Programs to Suit Your Needs
The Center for Student Involvement and Inclusion hosts several Leadership Programs throughout the year. Visit our Leadership Program WolfConnect for a live view of our upcoming programs and events. Visit our Leadership To Go page for information on Leadership Workshops and Tracks.
Each month, leadership programs hosts student leaders from various organizations to discuss relevant leadership topics and participate in interactive activities. During this free luncheon, student have the opportunity to also engage with university leadership and community leaders to form networking relationships and provide input about student engagement on campus.
This semester’s book is Daring Greatly by Brene Brown. WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING PARTICIPANTS!
The leadership book club, Lead Read, is a weekly gathering for students who enjoy engaging conversation about books. Each semester, participants will read leadership-centered books and learn how to apply themes and ideas to their own leadership journey. Review the Lead Read Meeting Outline!
Lead Week includes engaging workshops and programs hosted by CSII and campus partners. These programs are based on the five themes of the Leadership Challenge as well as Leadership Programs values, encouraging students to become engaged, ethical citizens committed to positive change at UWG and in the community.
Lead Day is a one-day conference designed for students to enhance their leadership knowledge and application. Students engage in discussion and educational sessions in order to develop their own leadership philosophy while learning how to effectively channel their attributes in order to contribute to a robust UWG community.