Leadership Week aims to inform students of leadership opportunities; to involve them in conversation about what it means to be a leader at Loyola and beyond; and to inspire them to take on leadership roles in their personal, academic, and professional endeavors.
This week-long initiative celebrates and promotes leadership within the Loyola community through discussions, presentations, and information sessions.
Check back for more 2016 Leadership Week details soon!
Learn more about what leadership week is all about and past events below!
Watch the Loyola community "Shake It Off" to Taylor Swift's song letting everyone on campus know, we're all leaders in our own way!
Men’s Leadership Conference
Saturday, November 12, 2016
This conference is a unique opportunity for men from each class year to explore and develop their leadership potential under the guidance of professional men from the Loyola community.
Women’s Leadership Workshop
Sunday, November 13, 2016
This workshop is a unique opportunity for women from each class year to explore and develop their leadership potential with other women from the Loyola and Baltimore community. The day focuses on celebrating women as leaders at Loyola and how this may vary from general leadership. This is a workshop developed to inspire and motivate the participants in the hopes that they will positively lead their peers.
*If you have any questions regarding the Women's Leadership Workshop or the Men's Leadership Conference, please direct them to email@example.com
Past Leadership Week Events
What is Leadership? Tabling Event and Promotion of Leadership Week
Stop by Boulder and share what leadership means to you! How do you show your leadership? Write it out, take a picture, and be featured in our campus leadership video. Learn about all that leadership week has to offer and all of our leadership program opportunities!
Leadership Week Keynote Address: MG Linda Singh (Messina co-sponsor)
Former Commander of the Maryland Army National Guard and recipient of the Bronze Star Medal, Major General Linda L. Singh will discuss leadership lessons learned throughout her career.
Marketing Your Leadership (Career Center co-sponsor)
How do you describe on your resume the specific things you have learned through a leadership role? Come learn how you can put your experiences into words that count!
Would you like to take on a leadership position next year? Not sure which one? Or what position is right for you? How can you further develop your leadership skills? Hear current student leaders talk about their experience and benefits of leadership positions on campus and engage with supervisors and organizations looking for student leaders.