Fall 2013 LEAD 212 Class Leaders

Lindsay Albracht
Ross Allen
Brady Armstrong
Brooke Bengel
Chance Berndt
Sage Berry
Cameron Butterfield
Kara Cavalli
Jessica Conwell
Kayla Day
Molly DeBusk
Mitchell DeHoff
Carly Dickter
Erin Ebeling
Hope Faflick
Zuleica Gerardo
Chelsea Gerber
Teryn Greer
Kate Haddock
Sarah Hendrix
Sarah Henning
Collin Huerter
Heidi Hurtig
Dennis Jilka
Kendra Kinter
Kenton Kloster
Rachel Ladenburger
Landon Leiker
April Lewis
Mattie Loder
Faith Loepp
Alexis Lundy
Jared Marcuson
Allison Miller
Trenton Modean
Merideth Muller
Alex Newell
Katie Noll
Jack O'Neil
Paige Passafaro
Mallory Patten
Ryan Patterson
Tyler Pemble
Lizzi Petite
Laurel Pierson
Thomas Pledge
Erin Poppe
Sydney Pugh
Kylie Rethman
Jodi Roberts
Christine Rogers
Tanner Rohrer
Bethany Roy
Emily Ruder
Jena Sauber
Heather Smith
Sara Smith
Autumn Snesrud
Theo Stavropoulos
Jill Teeter
Macy Warburton
Erika Williams
Kevin Wissman
Magen Witcher
Jarrod Zaborac

LEAD 212 Class Leaders

LEAD 212 Class Leaders are students minoring in leadership studies who are of junior or senior standing, and 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, and grade papers. 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.

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 103 Leadership Studies Building by 5 p.m.  on Friday, January 31, 2014.
  •  Applications will be reviewed by SLS faculty and staff
  •  See below for the position criteria and selection timeline.

Position Criteria:

  • Good academic (minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA) and disciplinary standing.
  • Will be in at least their third year of college by Fall 2014 (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 weekly training seminars March – May (1 hour per week plus additional observations), the Spring Retreat (approximately 4 hours), individual summer prep work, Fall Retreat (approximately 8 hours).  
  • Able to commit 8-10 hours per week Fall 2014 for class time, class prep, grading, and individual meetings, etc.

Selection Timeline:

Friday, January 31
Applications are due in 103 Leadership Studies by 5 p.m.
Sunday, February 2 from 1-3:30 p.m.


Monday, February 3 from 5:30-8 p.m.

Round 1 Interviews, Town Hall, School of Leadership Studies

All applicant must attend ONE of these sessions and be able to stay for the entire time. During the selection workshop, you will be involved in several activities that will help us get to know your strengths and personality.

Tuesday, February 4
Invitations to second round of interviews issued via e-mail.

Sunday, February 9 from 5-6 p.m., 6-7 p.m. or 7-8 p.m.


Monday, February 10 from 5-6 p.m., 6-7 p.m. or 7-8 p.m.

Round 2 Interviews, Town Hall, School of Leadership Studies

Wednesday, February 12
Notice of selection/class leader position offers made.

Friday, February 21
Confirmation of position must be made by class leader. 

For questions about LEAD 212 Class Leaders, please contact:

Tamara Bauer