Student Leadership Assistants

The Student Leadership Assistants assist the C. Raymond Marvin Center for Student Leadership by researching, developing, administering and assessing a broad array of student leadership development and educational programs. 

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Learn about student leadership assistants in the Marvin Center for Student Leadership

The SLAs are a group of students passionate about leadership and social change. The various functions of the SLA position culminate in supporting the mission, vision, and values of the Marvin Center for Student Leadership. 

SLAs work in the Marvin Center as paraprofessional undergraduate student employees with tasks such as:
  • Leadership program development
  • Outreach to and consultation with other student organizations and university departments
  • Representing Marvin Center at various events and on various committees
  • Event planning for the Marvin Center for initiatives such as Leadership Academy and the Leadership Certificate Program

Request a presentation or retreat if your organization or club would like the Student Leadership Assistants to facilitate a workshop, retreat, or session.  They are able to plan individualized sessions for your group or present a standard session.  SLAs can also proive One-on-One (1:1) consultations.   One-on-Ones are 30 minute meetings with an SLA uniquely based on content requested by you.  SLAs are a resource for guiding you through leadership content and materials. One-on-One meetings are conversation based.