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Lions Leadership Institute

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The Lions Leadership Institute is a co-curricular leadership program offered to first year and sophomore students. The program is designed to engage participants in recognizing and developing their leadership potential. Participants will engage in interactive and reflective activities to develop leadership skills that they can utilize to help them become more effective citizens in their community by demonstrating how they can affect groups of people and providing opportunities to explore their own personal growth.

Why participate?IMG_1197

By participating in the Lions Leadership Institute you will:

  • Meet new students
  • Engage in interactive leadership activities with a group of peer mentors
  • Meet and network with staff on campus
  • HAVE FUN!

Who can participate?

Any first year or sophomore students interested in developing their leadership skills.  You do not need to be a current student leader or a past student leader. NO experience necessary!

What time is the program? What do I need to do?

Lions Leadership Institute (LLI) will meet for the first 10 Wednesdays of the semester from 10:00am – 11:30am.

There will also be a MANDATORY Overnight Retreat on Friday, January 27  to Saturday, January 28th.  All students participating in the program will need to attend.

How do I apply?

Apply online here. Applications are due by October 21, 2016

I am a junior/senior! How can I get involved?

Apply to LLI Retreat Spring 2014 - 29be a Peer Mentor! You will get to work with a small group of first year and sophomore students and get experience in facilitating different areas of leadership! Peer Mentors also need to be available to meet during the class time and one other additional meeting time.

Apply to be a mentor! Mentor applications are due by October 21, 2016. Mentor applications are available here.

Contact

Please contact the office  at leadership@tcnj.edu  with any questions or concerns.

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