TCU’s Professional Leadership Rotation Program Offers a Unique Experience for Current Employees.
Want to try something new at TCU? Would you like to learn more about other departments or roles at TCU? TCU’s PLR Program offers a unique professional development experience for current employees.
What is the TCU Professional Leadership Rotation (PLR) Program?
The PLR program is designed to provide current TCU employees the opportunity for career exploration and skill development through a professional intern placement in a partnering campus office. Participants in this program will have a holistic professional development experience that will feature 3-5 hours of work per week in a different functional area, monthly educational sessions, and guided networking and leadership opportunities. The PLR program is a six- month program (May-October) including a designated three-month internship placement.
Visit our PLR page to learn more.
What is the role of a PLR Sponsor?
Sponsoring partner offices in the TCU Professional Leadership Rotation (PLR) program are expected to support a holistic professional development experience for a current TCU employee for a three-month summer placement beginning June 1, 2022.
As a sponsor, the engagement expectation from you includes:
- managing the intern working in your functional area for 3-5 hours per week
- providing mentorship and developmental feedback
- general oversight during this exploration of a new professional area for 8-12 weeks
How can I apply?
Sponsors and employees can apply by visiting the PLR page and completing an application.
- Sponsor applications are due by April 15.
- Participant applications open April 1.
What about the cost?
Free to TCU employees.
Want to learn more? Attend a virtual information session.
Sponsor Info Sessions Dates:
Participant Info Session Dates:
Wednesday, March 30, 2022 - 9:00 AM
Meeting ID: 936 6146 1530
Wednesday, April 6, 2022 - 9:00 AM
Meeting ID: 987 6408 2052
Here’s what some former sponsors are saying about the program:
“This was a fantastic experience! It was beneficial to have an “outside” perspective to contribute to our marketing plans. It gave me the opportunity to gain supervisory experience. I really enjoyed sponsoring an intern this summer and appreciate the contributions she made to our team.”
- Amanda Schram, Neeley Graduate Programs
“It was so great to develop a professional relationship with a faculty member! [It provided] a great bridge between Student Affairs and Academic Affairs and what that could mean for our university as a whole.”
- Leaders 4 Life Program, Student Affairs
Here’s what some former participants are saying about the program:
“Participating in the program allowed me to grow my network both outside and inside the TCU campus community.”
– Erin Wilson, Sr Director First Year Experience
“The Professional Leadership rotation gave me space to flex professional muscles I hadn’t had the opportunity to use since graduate school. [As a result] I’ve gained confidence in how my professional skillset can be transferred and used in different capacities.”
- Justine Grace, Academic Advisor