Emerging Leaders Program (ASCI 21)
ELP (ASCI 21)
The Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) is designed to introduce you to concepts and skills supporting the Social Change Model (Astin & Astin, 2000) of leadership development. The course integrates group discussion, experiential learning, group initiatives, and reflective engagement experiences in preparation for leadership within your multiple communities.
To register during course registration, search for "Emerging Leaders" under course listing ASCI 21.
Eligibility to Participate
Freshmen undergraduate students, including transfers.
To foster change in a global community where prominent trends such as globalization (Allen et al., 1998) continue to impact our relationships and way of life, requires tenacity and innovative ways of understanding and practicing leadership. ELP is one venue to explore your development as a competent, conscious, and compassionate leader (Strategic Plan, 2002) who works for positive change. Explore leadership through class discussions, leadership inventories, readings, reflection papers, and experiential activities. The class culminates in a group project focused on the tenants of the Social Change Model.
Fall Quarter 2014
Not being offered this quarter
Winter Quarter 2015
@ Locatelli Activity Center, 2nd Floor, Room 209
For More Information
Lori Durako, Assistant Director for Student Leadership, Center for Student Leadership