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Marvin Center for Student Leadership

The Global Leadership Certificate

The Global Leadership Certificate (GLC) was started Fall 2015. This program helps you with your versatility in leadership and communication style that is respectful of cultural context and implications. Register for the GLC.

Social Justice Leadership Certificate

The Social Justice Leadership Certificate (SJLC) was started in the Spring of 2019.  The SJLC, offered by the C. Raymond Marvin Center for Student Leadership and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, is a space created to allow students to share their experience and learn from the experiences of others. It is designed to be a movement to challenge the cultural climate at Bowling Green State University and to understand how each individual plays a unique role in that cultural shift. Register for The Social Justice Leadership Certificate.

The Ray Marvin Leadership Award

The Ray Marvin Leadership Award recognizes leadership contributions of BGSU students. Special consideration will be given to those students who are enrolled in or have completed the BGSU Leadership Certificate. There will be three awards given and recipients will receive monetary gifts of $3000, $4000, or $5000. The $5000 award also comes with an exclusive trip to Washington D.C.

Applications are being accepted from January 30 through March 1, 2019. Must be an undergraduate student with 30 or more credits and a minimum overall GPA of 2.75. Apply for the Ray Marvin Leadership Award.

Inclusive Leadership Certificate

The Inclusive Leadership Certificate is a program that will help you develop the attitudes, knowledge, and skills for inclusive leadership in an increasingly diverse world. Register for the Inclusive Leadership Certificate.

The Marvin Center for Student Leadership: Be the Change, Lead the Change

Leadership is learned. The Marvin Center for Student Leadership guides, engages, and teaches students to achieve true leadership abilities.

We use mentors, teachers, and community leaders to help students develop this lifelong skill. It is a skill our students use today in their classrooms, in student organizations, and in the community. It is a skill that becomes a part of who they are and who they will become.

Learn more about who we are and what we believe.