It’s that time of year again! Time to start talking LeaderShape!
The LeaderShape Institute is an intensive, energizing, six-day educational experience designed to equip young adults to become extraordinary leaders. We believe integrity is at the heart of leadership. As a result, the Institute creates space to identify core values and explore how individual choices have an impact on congruence and how we are perceived as leaders. While at the institute, students learn how to become engaged citizens through active leadership and see it as their responsibility to make a positive impact in the world. The curriculum challenges students to think critically and reflect on how they can lead with a “healthy disregard for the impossible”.
To date we have graduated 180 individuals who “lead with integrity and have a healthy disregard for the impossible”. We want even more people to join this active community of leaders!
In order to REACH (see what I did there?) our goals of graduating more individuals that will discover not just what they want to do, but who they want to be, we need to get the word out!
Please encourage undergraduate students you meet to visit our website or come by our offices for more information about this life-changing (how past participants describe it!) experience. We are also happy to come and speak to meetings, organizations, and classrooms.
Applications and more information are available at our website. The deadline for students to apply is the earlier of March 31st, or once we reach 100 applications.
LeaderShape also represents an amazing professional and personal development opportunity for YOU, as UTSA staff and faculty, built right in! If you would like more information on how or why to apply as a Family Cluster Facilitator please email us or call us at 210-458-7967. This application is also available on our website. Deadline to apply is March 31st.
Thank you for supporting UTSA student leaders and joining us in the goal to create “a just, caring, and thriving world where we all lead with integrity and a healthy disregard for the impossible”.
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Student Leadership Center