Leadership Institute Class
The Leadership Institute is an opportunity for student leaders to study the dynamics of leadership in a structured and focused learning environment. Participants will attend a variety of seminars focused on leadership skills. By exploring the Social Change Model, students will be able to examine their own skills and leadership style. In past institutes, sessions ranged from time management, ethical decision making, diversity issues, leadership styles, how to market one self, and many more!
In order to successfully complete the institute, students must attend a minimum of five sessions. Students can take the institute as a one credit course. It is listed as IDS 299 Topics in Student Affairs. The institute is offered during the fall and spring semesters.
Any questions can be directed to Melissa Arroyo, Associate Director, Student Involvement and Acitivites at firstname.lastname@example.org, or bring it to the Ellison Campus Center, room 218.