Introducing the Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellows Program
The Staley School of Leadership Studies, in partnership with K-State Athletics, is excited to announce the inaugural Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellows Program. The program will initially include a class of up to 50 outstanding K-State students who will be entering their final year at K-State during the 2015-2016 school year. Our hope is that through the Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellows, students have the opportunity to grow as leaders and prepare for their future after leaving Kansas State University. Prospective fellows must apply by Friday, February 20, 2015.
Leadership Studies in Ecuador: Experience Development, Social Change, and Cross-Cultural Leadership
Early this summer spend one month learning and serving with Ecuadorian university students in Quito, Ecuador. Through an innovative partnership with the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Kansas State University students may earn three leadership studies credits while supporting English language learning in Ecuadorian K-12 classrooms. In addition to learning and serving across cultures, students will have the opportunity to experience market day in the historic indigenous community of Otavalo, visit base camp at Mt. Chimborazo (the farthest point from the center of the earth), tour the world famous cloud forest, and take in Quito's breathtaking and historic Old City. Contact Dr. Eric Hartman with any question, or learn more and apply.
Travel Dates: May 25 - June 25, 2015.
Faculty Director: Dr. Eric Hartman, Assistant Professor in Leadership Studies
Be a LEAD 212 Class Leader
Applications for 212 Class Leaders are currently being accepted for Fall 2015. Applications are due by 5 PM on Friday, January 30, 2015.
Steps to becoming a class leader:
- Read the LEAD 212 Class Leader Application Packet
- Apply to be a LEAD 212 Class Leader and turn packet into room 103 Leadership Studies Building
- See the LEAD 212 webpage for more information
Apply to be an Alternative Breaks Site Leader and Participant for Spring Break 2015
Every year our Alternative Breaks program sends teams across the nation to work on different social issues such as AIDS/HIV & Healthcare, Healthcare Access/Low Income Healthcare, Urban Youth Development, Education in Low Income Populations, and Backyard Break. Locations have included Denver, Co, Dallas, Tx, Kansas City, Mo, and more. Applications for all positions can be accessed now. Applications are currently being accepted until further notice.
Certificate in Community-Engaged Leadership
The Staley School of Leadership Studies is very excited to announce, in partnership with Points of Light, the certificate in Community-Engaged Leadership! The certificate is available to anyone across the country with a passion for creating positive community impact, and is ideal for undergraduate students or national service members. Click the banner below to see the details!
Academic Mentoring is Seeking New Mentors
Apply to be an Academic Mentor and you could be part of the dedicated group of students committed to helping children in the Manhattan community!