Welcome to Leadership Development at ASU!
Participating in leadership development activities at ASU allows you to meet new people, gain valuable experience and leave your mark on ASU. We offer several opportunities to get involved and expand your leadership abilities. Browse through our website for more information, or e-mail Lindsay Boynton, coordinator for leadership development, at email@example.com.
The ASU LEAD program seeks to prepare students for college and community leadership roles and responsibilities.
This first year leadership experience is a series of introductory workshops offered in the fall semester. Any ASU student with fewer than 60 cumulative semester credit hours may apply.
This is a selective program that takes students on a journey to discover their personal leadership style. Living leadership takes place in the spring semester and any ASU student with 15 or more cumulative semester credit hours and a GPA of 2.0 or higher is welcome to apply.
This event serves as the orientation for those who are accepted into the Learning Leadership program and attendance for those students is required.
Once a year, an afternoon of workshops will be offered. The sessions will be geared toward those leading student organizations, but any ASU student may attend.
Every spring, campus departments and community organizations gather in the University Center to recruit for leadership positions.
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