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K-State Today Student Edition

November 5, 2019

Applications open for Catalyst self-development program

Submitted by Clara Wicoff

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Catalyst is a semesterlong self-development program that provides freshmen and sophomore students with an opportunity to invest in their own success through personal habits and leadership lessons. The program is facilitated by members of the Blue Key Senior Honorary. 

Throughout the spring semester, Catalyst students will have the opportunity to interact with other campus leaders in their small group classes and hear from innovative and successful leaders during five large lecture events.

This program gives students the opportunity to have fun and build relationships while discovering their capabilities as individuals along the way. The students not only build relationships with their classmates, but with the Blue Key Senior Honorary members who teach the classes.

There is no cost to participate in Catalyst, and the lessons learned will remain with students long after they graduate from K-State.

More information about the program can be found on the Blue Key website

Apply for Catalyst online. Applications are due at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19. 

Contact Catalyst co-directors Kelly Wilkerson at kawilk@k-state.edu or Clara Wicoff at clarawicoff@k-state.edu with any additional questions.