What is the cost?

The DC and Monterey program fee is $2,500. 

Monterey Institute and Middlebury students and alumni can participate at the internal rate of $1,500.

The program fee covers the cost of instruction, materials, and supplies for the course as well as Monday breakfast and receptions. 

Other costs to consider include room and board, transportation to and from Monterey or DC, and access to a laptop during the training. 

What types of tools will be covered?

Deliverables*

*Subject to variation

Module One

-Problem Tree

-Results Framework

-Project Design Summary

-Indicator Worksheet with baseline and target values

Module Two

-Core Competency Map

-Strategic Partnership Matrix

-Developing an Alliance and Industry Innovation

Module Three

-Participatory Development Facilitation Plan

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What are the application requirements? Am I eligible?

If you are an enrolled Monterey Institute student, you may simply fill out the online application and submit it electronically. Additional materials are required of non Monterey Institute students, including a personal statement, resume or CV, and an unofficial transcript.

Participants who have completed at least two years of undergraduate work, and have a demonstrated interest in international development are welcomed to apply to the DPMI training. This program is for junior professionals, career-changers, advanced undergraduates, and graduate students.

When is the application deadline?

Summer Session Application Deadlines:

Applications reviewed on a rolling basis through May 2. Apply early to guarantee your spot!


Winter Session Application Deadlines: 

Early Review: October 1 (Decision by October 15)

Regular Admission: October 31 (Decision by November 5)