WELCOME TO THE LEAD360 PAGE!
Please see below for information on our programs, and be sure to register by Thursday September 15, 2016 by 11:59 EST!
BLUEPRINT: BLUEPRINT is a group mentoring program designed for first-year & new transfer students who are interested in developing their leadership capacity through 8 weekly interactive sessions. BLUEPRINT participants receive two mentors—an upper-class student leader, and a staff member. By joining our program, you’ll make new connections on campus, develop skills across 12 essential leadership competencies, and create an action plan for your legacy at Northeastern! To register to participate in BLUEPRINT click here.
BLUEPRINT 2: BLUEPRINT 2 is the next step in continual leadership development for BLUEPRINT graduates. Participants in this innovative workshop series will collaborate to plan and execute innovative leadership or community service initiatives with their peers. The core leadership competencies developed in BLUEPRINT 2 are initiative, innovation, integrity, building relationships, and social consciousness/global awareness. Ultimately, BLUEPRINT 2 will facilitate your ability to apply leadership skills in the classroom, co-op, and other “real life” environments. To register to participate in BLUEPRINT 2 click here.
VOICES FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: Join us for this engaging, interactive program that brings diverse students together to discuss leadership through the lens of social justice and identity. This 8-week program allows students to reflect on the relationships between identity and leadership within the United States and across the globe. Preference is given to students who have completed at least one year of college. To register to participate in Voices for Social Change click here.
WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP: Women's Leadership is designed to provide a supportive space for undergraduate women further their leadership skills, learn about their strengths, and provide a forum for discussion on issues affecting women. The core leadership competencies developed in Women's Leadership are critical thinking, self knowledge, integrity, self-directed learner, building relationships, empowerment, and social consciousness/global awareness. Preference is given to students who are 3rd years and above. To register to participate in Women's Leadership click here.
GRADUATE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE (GLI): The GLI is a flexible leadership experience exclusively for full-time graduate students enrolled at Northeastern. Students select workshops based upon individual goals for development, connecting with peers across industries and learning transferable leadership skills that will catalyze their professional development. Click here to register for GLI.
LEAD360 builds on the idea that everyone has the capacity to lead. Lead360 is a collection of programs that provide students with the skills and knowledge to succeed as global leaders. Each program serves a unique purpose and will provide you with an interactive, fun-filled experience. LEAD360 offers something for everyone. Whether you are interested in exploring leadership as a first-year student, discussing social justice issues, or building your own leadership skills – we are here to support you!
Why Should I get Involved? Leadership opportunities allow you to:
-Expand your horizons
-Build the skills that will enable you to be successful in your co-ops, student leader positions, and future careers
-Improve your time management skills
-Develop relationships with peers + mentors
-Enhance your ability to work as part of a team
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