Emerging Ethnic Leaders

Emerging Ethnic Leaders Institute

EEL Class IV

EEL Class IV Retreat

Emerging Ethnic Leaders Leadership Institute

The Mission of Emerging Ethnic Leaders (EEL) is to increase, retain, and support student of color leadership development that promotes social justice and sustainable change through: Mentorship, Leadership Development, Service, and Collaboration.

EEL's Values include: Leadership Development, Identity Development, Social Justice, Finding your Voice, and Cultural Awareness. 

Program and Registration Information

EEL is free and open to all first and second year students. This year the institute will take place January 19-21, 2018.  

Register by 10/26 (on Campus LINK under EEL>Forms)

Students who participate in the program will take part in the following:

  • Welcome Event! (11/7/16 in Steger Student Life Center on the 6th Floor from 4:30-6pm)
  • Three day leadership institute
  • Celebration Banquet
  • *There is also the option for a group service project

Upon completion of the program participants will receive:

Register by October 26, 2017.

Upcoming Recruitment Events:

Ice Cream Social
  • Steger Student Life Center 6th floor open space
  • October 17, 2017
  • 4:30p-6:00p

Contact Us!

If you have questions, please contact Jimmy McLeod or Ms. Portia Watkins for additional information at 513-556-6115.

EEL panel 2015

β€œTo be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”

― Ralph Waldo Emerson