The IFPTI Fellowship Program is a unique, year-long program for food protection professionals who want to make a positive impact on the profession through association membership, advocacy, and applied leadership.
This Program takes a multifaceted approach incorporating three on-location weeklong sessions, periodic webinars, and a mentor-guided research project. This program is guided by recognized leaders in food protection and focuses on the areas of Advanced Communication, Program Management, and Applied Leadership.
The Fellowship has over 60 alumni from federal, state, and local regulatory food protection agencies, and we are now welcoming applications for Cohort VII until March 1, 2018. Click here to create an account and apply online.
IFPTI Fellowship Reception 2017.
Fellows who complete the IFPTI Fellowship program represent the next generation of leaders ready to meet new challenges in a climate of dynamic and continuous change. The following statistics offer some key insights into the program’s immediate and lasting value to the Fellows:
Cohort VI at the 2017 AFDO Conference in Houston, TX.
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