From my first step into Wilber Hall my Freshman year, I knew I wanted to be involved on campus and to be a part of something bigger than myself. From Hall Government to becoming a Regional Director of an international organization I am so thankful for the
support I have had here on campus. Also, becoming the Leadership Intern has opened my eyes to the inner workings of the LEAD process and campus connection. I will share my story with you all about how beneficial this process has been for me and for my future
Monday, August 31 2015, 12:00 PM to Sunday, September 13 2015, 11:45 PM
ULead is a five week series that will examine social justice, identities, and co-curricular campus leadership. For many students their social identity or lived experience directly impacts their co-curricular involvement and leadership. Throughout ...
Are you a student? Are you interested in leadership? Attend this session hosted by Elise Cain and Angie Eichler to learn about the National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) "Competency Guide for College Student Leaders". This will be an in...
Leaders Lunch Series
Session 4: Thursday, November 19
Topic: Meaningful Interpersonal Relationships
LEAD Credit: Meaningful Interpersonal Relationships
Lunch: Soup Bar
RSVP on Campus Connection!