Emerging Leaders Program
What is the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP)?
ELP is a leadership development program that provides a space for students who are a newer to the leadership process at Loyola University Chicago to have in depth conversations about the foundations of leadership, justice, and campus involvement. ELP uses a cohort-based model to develop community among participants who meet seven times throughout the fall semester. By participating in the program students will have the opportunity to engage in the leadership process through experiential learning activities and group discussions.
Who is an Emerging Leader?
- Any Loyola student who wishes to explore their personal philosophy of leadership
- Students wanting to develop skills to more effectively work in teams and/or organizations
- Students wanting to gain knowledge and tools to aid their ability to create positive social change on campus and in the global community.
As a result of participating in the Emerging Leaders Program, students will be able to:
- Describe the knowledge and skills they have gained that relate to values of the Social Change Model of Leadership
- Develop and articulate a higher level of self-efficacy in their ability to engage in opportunities for leadership development
- Build and sustain relationships with peers and/or staff in order to gain resources and support towards their involvement opportunities at Loyola and the surrounding community
- Articulate what they have learned about themselves, others, and systems that contributes to the development of multicultural competence
How do you register for the program?
ELP is currently a one semester (fall 2015) program that begins September 3rd, 2015. ELP will meet bi-weekly every Thursday from 5-6:30PM. You can register for the program here. For more information, please contact Cecilia Macias at email@example.com