Governor's Minority Management Trainee Program (GMMTP)

The Governor's Minority Management Trainee Program (GMMTP) is a flagship program designed in 1995 to provide guidance and leadership development opportunities for minority employees within our state government enterprise. GMMTP has garnered respect and attention from benchmark states, as a model for retaining and promoting minorities within government. This program will aide in developing individual potential to solve emerging workforce issues as they pertain to state government. GMMTP is a two year transformational leadership development program.

GMMTP is designed to:

              • Recruit exceptional minority employees interested in furthering their career in state government.
              • Enhance the skills and leadership potential of those enrolled.
              • Engage participants in an exploration of leadership in state government
              • Provide participants with opportunities to network
              • Receive additional career mentoring and coaching from public and private sector professionals
              • Perform community service, and
              • Develop a professional portfolio.

 

GMMTP Eligibility

GMMTP Program is open to employees in all Executive Branch Cabinets and Constitutional Offices. Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:

              • Be an ethnic minority of African, Hispanic, Asian, Indian or Native American descent
              • Have one (1) year of state government service
              • Qualify for a grade 10 job classification or higher
              • Receive recommendation from their Cabinet Secretary
              • Aspire to be a manager and demonstrate exceptional management potential


GMMTP Forms

2017-2019 GMMTP participants 

Information Packet

Application

Letter of Recommendation Form

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