The undergraduate Community Leadership Certificate Program is a class-based, 18-credit program where students from any major can explore leadership theory, community organizing, the role of civic life and identity, and gain practical experience. For more information, contact Aaron at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Leadership Certificate Program website for details.
The CCBLLR provides leadership development and team-building opportunities for student organizations, campus departments, and Milwaukee non-profit agencies through the LEAD MKE Mini-Retreats Program. LEAD MKE Mini-Retreats are half-day experiences that empower teams to explore leadership development and group dynamics through three interactive sessions. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Are you looking for a work-study job with an impact? The Center for Community-Based Learning, Leadership, and Research has open positions at various off-campus non-profit agencies. Agency missions range from youth mentoring/tutoring, disability resources, older adult services, and environmental justice. These work-study positions are not on- campus, but at non-profit agencies in the community. Students should email Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
New freshman who are majoring in education can consider living in the Education and Leadership LLC. Students in this LLC will engage in service-learning at a local public school, attend an overnight retreat, and explore leadership in the context of community change. For more information contact Laurie at email@example.com.