LEAD 212 Class Leaders
LEAD 212 Class Leaders are students who help teach the large lecture sections of LEAD 212 - Introduction to Leadership Concepts. LEAD 212 Class Leaders are asked to facilitate small group discussions, lead active-learning exercises, create a learning community with their students and perform administrative functions (such as grading, attendance, etc). These students serve as a bridge between students and instructors - they are motivated to help first semester freshmen learn the academic discipline of leadership and adjust to the K-State campus community.
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 by submitting the application packet online (via Qualtrics survey) by 5:00 PM on Friday, January 30, 2015.
- Applications will be reviewed by Staley School faculty and staff
- See below for the position criteria and selection timeline.
The minimum qualifications for LEAD 212 Class Leaders are:
- Good academic (minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA) and disciplinary standing.
- Will be in at least their third year of college by Fall 2015 (based on years in college, not credit hours).
- Understand and believe in the mission of the School of Leadership Studies.
- Have previously taken a LEAD 212 or equivalent introduction to leadership course; and have taken/currently enrolled in LEAD 350.
- Exhibit responsibility, positive attitude, confidence, flexibility, team orientation, high energy level, and strong communication skills.
- Relate well with students and faculty.
- Able to give and receive constructive feedback.
- Demonstrate a desire to learn about leadership.
- Demonstrate willingness to develop self-awareness and teamwork, planning, and facilitation skills.
- Available for 4 training seminars in the spring (2 hours per session), serving with the Flint Hills Breadbasket (approximately 2 hours), individual summer prep work (approximately 8-10 hours), Fall Retreat (approximately 8 hours).
- Able to commit 8-10 hours per week Fall 2015 for class time, class prep, grading, and individual meetings, etc.
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