Based on the Social Change Model of Leadership Development and utilizes StrengthsQuest
Register to be a part of Emerging Leaders this academic year!
Spring 2016 Emerging Leader Sessions start the week of February 1st and meet each week until March 24th. In addition participants are required to attend a Saturday service event on March 5th and a celebration on March 30th from 7-9pm. Spring session options are:
To register click this link and fill out the form
If you have any questions contact Kathryn Wolf, Leadership Graduate Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Emerging Leaders program is a free leadership development program available to all students. Each group meets once a week for one hour for eight weeks. It aims to help MSUM students develop the leadership skills they will need to become active and engaged members of MSUM and the community. The program is based on the Social Change Model which is a widely used leadership theory that emphasizes how individual, group, and societal values work together to create change. There are 7 ‘Cs’ or core tenets that complete the Social Change Model that fall under the three different value groups:
We will prepare future MSUM leaders by providing educational experiences related to the Social Change Model, including: consciousness of self, congruence, commitment, collaboration, common purpose, controversy with civility and citizenship. Students will learn more about themselves through taking StrengthsQuest. Students will leave Emerging Leaders with the abilities, skills and knowledge needed to be truly effective leaders on campus.
The activities in the Emerging Leaders program will help students meet the StrengthsQuest requirement and some of the community service hours requirement in the Dragon Leadership Program.
For more information contact:The Office of Student Activities218.email@example.com