Hone your leadership skills as a member of a student organization, by taking on a position in student government, or by managing one of several student-run departments or businesses. Or you can develop new skills through various trainings or programs.
Emerging Leaders Program
The deadline to apply is September 11, 2013.
The Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) combines a weekend retreat with weekly workshops to provide first year students with the building blocks to become successful, active campus and community leaders. The focus of the program is to help students explore the values, emotions, and motivations that will guide them as campus leaders.
In ELP, students will:
- Meet other students with similar interests
- Learn about leadership opportunities at Oxy
- Make connections to Oxy
- Develop leadership skills
Skills Workshop for Activists
Debating for Democracy on the Road is your chance to receive activist training on campus for free. November 16 from 9am to 5pm come develop your skills as an activist and learn from representatives from Camp Wellstone. You will also have the chance to interact with activists from other local campuses and organizations. Register online before November 1. A partnership with the Office of Community Engagement and Project Pericles
Leadership & Greek Awards
Each year Oxy Elements hosts a celebration of the accomplishments of individual students, student organizations and their advisors. We are also proud to assist in the selection and announcement of the recipients of the Charles W. List (1908) Award, the Cynthia Cox (1972) Memorial Award, and the Daniel Stewart Hammack (1935) Memorial Award.
Senior Week Leadership Retreat
Begun as a way to develop the student leaders working in positions like RAs, Programming Assistants, Student Mangers, and O-Core, the Senior Week Leadership retreat is a two and a half day retreat structured to build relationships building across student leadership spheres. With a focus on shaping the campus culture particularly around issues of bias, the experience combines conversations in large and small groups with activities to help make the experience as interactive as possible.
- On Campus: Johnson Student Center 102
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Voice: (323) 259-2918
- Facebook: OxyOSL