Loyola University Maryland

Student Engagement

Student Leadership Corps

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Student Leadership Corps (SLC) is comprised of sophomores and juniors who commit to develop personal and relational leadership skills. Participants gain a deeper knowledge of themselves and others which informs how they will positively contribute to leadership in the organizations and communities in which they serve. Through weekly group meetings, mentorship, and reflection, participants will be better able to demonstrate leadership and followership at Loyola and beyond graduation.

2017-2018 Application Timeline

January: Online Applications Available

March 13: Nominations DUE via the Leadership Nomination Form

March 30: Applications Due

April 3- 12: Interviews will be scheduled with each candidate

April 7: Reference Forms Due

September: Begin weekly meetings

*It is the applicant's responsibility to the share the Reference Form link and the deadline with their references.

Qualifications

  • Must be a full-time undergraduate sophomore or junior from September 2017 to April 2018;
  • Must be in good academic and judicial standing with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA;
  • Must be available for Friday afternoon meetings from 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.**;
  • Possess a strong interest in developing your own and others’ leadership potential and abilities;
  • Have a sense of individual and social responsibility; 
  • Possess organization skills, including the ability to meet assigned deadlines;
  • Have an ability to work with others as a team in the completion of tasks; and
  • Make a personal commitment to excellence and constant challenge to improve.

**Due to scheduling conflicts, eligible applicant's cannot also participate as an Evergreen, Resident Assistant, Sellinger Scholar or in Ad Infinitum.

If you have questions regarding your eligibility, please contact Ben Cowman in the Office of Student Engagement at 410-617-2032.

Past Meeting Topics & Experiences

  • Strengths Quest;
  • Authentic Leadership;
  • Group Facilitation and Communication;
  • Conflict Resolution;
  • Community Service and Civility;
  • Diversity and Social Justice;
  • Self-Care: Stress & Time Management; 
  • Leadership Fair; and 
  • Values Auction