Professional Development

Passport to Leadership Program Fall 2017

August 08, 2017

Maximize your potential in Passport to Leadership! In this program, you will explore your own leadership style through building self-awareness, developing effective communication strategies, and recognizing what leadership means to you. 

Passport to Leadership 1: Foundations of Leadership

P2L 1 is the perfect first step in preparing for formal leadership roles on campus and beyond. Over the 6-week workshop, you will be introduced to a broad range of fundamental leadership skills. 

Registration closes Friday, September 15th

Passport to Leadership 2: Exploring the Leader in You

P2L 2 is designed for students who are interested in furthering their leadership development by learning effective communication strategies, identifying power and privilege, and understanding the importance of self-awareness and perception.

(Pre-requisite: P2L 1)

Registration closes Monday, September 11th

How to Register:

  1. Click on the "How to Register" link above and log onto myInvolvement
  2. On the left-hand menu, click on Opportunities>Career and Leadership Development
  3. Find the workshop you would like to sign up for and click "Register".

Students who successfully complete all requirements of P2L 1 & 2 will receive recognition on their Co-Curricular Record. Please contact with any questions about the program.

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