The Inclusive Leadership Certificate (ILC), offered by the C. Raymond Marvin Center for Student Leadership and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, is a foundational program that will help you develop the attitudes, knowledge, and skills for inclusive leadership in an increasingly diverse world. Employers are looking for leaders who value & develop inclusive leadership skills. This is a perfect way to incorporate that competency into your leadership toolkit, meet people who share your interests, and contribute to making BGSU a more inclusive community. These sessions are foundational and aimed at providing introductory context to the multiple aspects of being an inclusive leader. All voices, experiences, and perspectives are appreciated and welcome in our conversations.
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The Ethical Leadership Certificate (ELC), facilitated by the staff from the C. Raymond Marvin Center for Student Leadership, is a program that helps you develop integrity and purpose as a leader. With sessions focusing on personal values, ethical decision-making, and making change in your community, this certificate helps you develop self-awareness as an ethical and intentional leader. This certificate incorporates foundational elements of the Social Change Model of Leadership and builds upon the CFSL’s values of integrity and purpose. Join us for the ELC and gain the knowledge and skills to be an ethical leader. This year the sessions will take place on Tuesdays 6-7:30pm starting on September 10th.
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The Marvin Center for Student Leadership offers a wide variety of leadership experiences for student organizations, Greek Life chapters, university departments and offices, along with off-campus partners, and many more. Most programs are facilitated by our Student Leadership Assistants. 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 through researching, developing, administering, and assessing a broad array of student leadership development and educational programs. SLAs can also offer 1:1 consultations and event planning committee work. Please use the link below to request an Experience.
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