Open Enrollment Programs

Are you a resident of Redwood City? Do you work for a Redwood City Business? Do you own a Redwood City Business?

Through this partnership between The City of Redwood City and Stanford University, Redwood City residents, employees and business owners in Redwood City are eligible to receive a $11,000 subsidy toward a Stanford Graduate School of Business Executive Education program.

See below for application process details for eligible programs. Don’t miss out on this opportunity! 

Application Process

Step 1: Complete Application for Specific Program

When applying to the program please check the box that indicates you are a resident of Redwood City. This field is required to receive the subsidy. Please complete all fields in the application.

Step: 2: Admission Committee Reviews Your Application

Your application will be submitted to the program’s admissions committee, and it can often take up to six weeks to receive a notification of your admission status. The criteria for each program may be different.

Step 3: Pay Your Tuition

Once you are accepted into the program, it is each participant’s responsibility to pay the balance of the invoice less $11,000. Your place in the program cannot be guaranteed until payment is received.

Eligible Open Enrollment Programs

General Management
Executive Leadership Development: Analysis to Action
Executive Program for Growing Companies
Stanford Executive Program
Finance Management
Directors’ Consortium
Finance and Accounting for the Non-Financial Executive
Mergers and Acquisitions
The Emerging CFO: Strategic Financial Leadership Program
Innovation
Big Data, Strategic Decisions: Analysis to Action
Customer-Focused Innovation
The Corporate Entrepreneur: Driving Innovation and New Ventures
The Emerging COO: Driving Innovation and Operational Excellence
The Innovative Health Care Leader: From Design Thinking to Personal Leadership
The Innovative Technology Leader
Marketing
Innovative Marketing for Strategic Advantage
Negotiation
Influence and Negotiation Strategies Program
Non-Profit
Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders
Executive Program in Social Entrepreneurship
Organizational Leadership
Advanced Leadership Program for Asian-American Executives
Executive Program for Women Leaders
Executive Program in Leadership: The Effective Use of Power
Interpersonal Dynamics for High-Performance Executives
Leading Change and Organizational Renewal
LGBTQ Executive Leadership Program
Managing Teams for Innovation and Success
People, Culture, and Performance: Strategies from Silicon Valley
Strategy
Executive Program in Strategy and Organization
Supply Chain Management: Strategies and Innovations
Strategy Beyond Markets: Building Competitive Advantage Through Government Relations and Public Affairs
Online
Stanford LEAD: Corporate Innovation Certificate
Stanford LEAD: Personal Leadership Certificate