“The myriad situations that I have experienced while leading and participating in student organizations have provided me with many friendships and fostered a deeper understanding of the complexities of effective communication. As a leader, I have facilitated the diffusion of ideas by catalyzing activities for diverse populations.”
Each spring semester SALD hosts an annual student leadership conference. The conference this year focuses on four KEY target areas:
Registration will open on Mon., Jan. 6th, 2014.
Student Leaders please join us for the 29th Annual Student Leadership Conference on Sat., Feb. 22rd from 8:30am-4pm at Kingsgate Marriott on UC's Medical Campus. Cost is free to UC students.
The conference focuses on individual and group development to provide tools to students as they lead others and as we all look to improve personally and professionally.
This year's conference will have sessions geared toward Executive Boards and Future Leaders. Additionally, there will also be a Kingian Nonviolence track option for the conference to learn more about the philosophy and history of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
We have a dynamic keynote speaker for the conference, The Ripples Guy, Paul Wesselman. Learn more about Paul on his website.
Call for Programs. We need dynamic presenters - Faculty/Staff and Student leaders interested in submitting a proposal to lead a session. Please review the Call for Programs below. Submissions are due by Nov. 27th.
An annual event since 1985, this one-day leadership conference focuses on building individual student leader skills and connections. This year will include energetic opening and closing sessions, lunch, a keynote, and nearly three dozen educational programs about community service, philanthropy, student organization funding, public speaking, campus scheduling, and professional development.
Are you interested in learning how to write learning outcomes for your student group? Fill out our workshop/retreat request form!