ALI Fellows are not expected to have a fully developed idea of their post-Fellowship project when they enter the program. Through the Core Course and course audits, ALI Fellows define and develop their post- Fellowship project. Just before the June Field Experience, ALI Fellows are focused explicitly on the development of their projects through independent study, research, or work with student teams.
ALI Fellows will be responsible for the cost of any books or materials related to their specific course audits and any school or service-related fees such as parking. ALI Fellows also pay travel expenses associated with the Field Experience or Global Conference.
Following an invitation to join the ALI Fellowship, Fellows are connected with Harvard Real Estate Services who have worked closely with previous ALI Fellows to help them find appropriate housing. The cost of housing and living expenses will be borne by the ALI Fellow.
For ALI Fellows who may be commuting during periods of their Fellowship, the Advanced Leadership Initiative will provide information on parking options. The cost of parking will be paid by the ALI Fellow.
ALI Fellows will be provided with a Harvard identification card to access libraries and many of the resources of the Harvard community. ALI Partners will be provided with a Harvard-affiliated ID, as well.