Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

SOPHOMORE LEADERSHIP SEMINAR College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "SOPHOMORE LEADERSHIP SEMINAR College of Liberal Arts and Sciences."— Presentation transcript:

1 SOPHOMORE LEADERSHIP SEMINAR College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

2 What is the seminar?  Two hour per week program designed to instruct our sophomore Liberal Arts and Sciences students on the critical thinking and leadership skills needed to excel in a rapidly changing world  Will combine experiential and class based learning to develop leadership skill sets  Pilot program

3 Origins of the Leadership Seminar  Desire to implement cross discipline leadership education for sophomore students  Opportunity to provide sophomores with more connection to the College of Liberal Arts and Science  Opportunity to develop mentoring opportunities with upper division ambassadors

4 Leadership Curriculum  Developed and tested with the CLAS Ambassadors  Theoretical instruction combined with experiential opportunities that allow theory to be put into practice  Mentoring based with teams matched up with upper division CLAS leaders

5 First Semester Modules  Theoretical Leadership  Personal Values  Leadership Skills and Team Building  Goal Setting

6 Second Semester Modules  Vision Building  Establishing Credibility and Commitment  Vision Implementation  Reflections on Success and Failure

7 Expectations  Seminar students must be Liberal Arts and Sciences Sophomores  Seminar students must maintain a 3.0 UF GPA  Attendance at the Thursday 3-4 th period seminar is mandatory  Some outside commitments (limited though)

8 Application Timeline  First class of 25  Paper Applications due April 19 th at 5pm to 100 Farrior Hall  advising.ufl.edu/information/leadership.html  Final selection by the end of the semester

9 Contact Information Nick Mrozinske Mandi Santos Questions?


Download ppt "SOPHOMORE LEADERSHIP SEMINAR College of Liberal Arts and Sciences."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google