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Office of Multicultural and Leadership Development

Emerging Leaders

 
 

Programs:

Emerging Eagles

Leadership Summit

For more information, contact the Office of Multicultural and Leadership Development at leadership@fgcu.edu or 239-590-7990.


Emerging Eagles

 Emerging Eagles Spring 2014 Registration on EagleLink

The Emerging Eagles Program is a leadership development program designed for first year students and others seeking to develop their leadership skills. The program focuses on experiential activities, small group discussions and personal development in order to prepare student leaders for more advanced leadership roles in the university community. Throughout Emerging Eagles, students will get a chance to meet new people, explore new ideas, and become more involved in university-wide leadership opportunities, including student government, student organization officer positions, orientation leaders, and much more.

A unique component of the Emerging Leaders Program is the small group facilitators and small group processing that accompanies the program. The small group facilitators are current FGCU students who completed Emerging Eagles and are current leaders on campus.

For more information, contact: Office of Multicultural and Leadership Development at leadership@fgcu.edu or 239-590-7990

Emerging Eagles 2013

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Leadership Summit

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The Student Leadership Summit is a daylong leadership development program that is intended to network student leaders with one another in order to promote collaborative efforts, help develop leadership skills, and build lasting relationships. The Summit is open to all students and student organizations on campus on a first come, first served basis.
Program highlights include:
  • Inspirational and dynamic keynote speakers.
  • A large variety of leadership workshops, to help participants understand the fundamental underpinnings of student leadership and how to better implement leadership skills into their activities on campus.
  • Exceptional opportunities for students to network with one another. Leaders from all around campus will interact with individuals with less experience to allow personal reflection on campus involvement and student leadership opportunities.

Summit 2013 Spring

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