Each month Leadership Café features a special guest to speak about their journey and experiences which have informed their worldview about the meaning of leadership. Guests share their stories and insights about the defining challenges and opportunities that have shaped who they are and how they lead across different contexts. By sharing their stories, our students will gain perspective that broadens their view of leadership and how they aspire to lead.
Leadership Cafés are open to all students (free of charge) and serve complimentary coffee, tea, and dessert. Co-sponsored by Loyola's Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa.
Join us at 7pm on Tuesday, 1/28, Monday, 2/10, and Wednesday, 3/18 in the 4th Floor Program Room, Student Center.
Through Greyhound Opportunities for Leadership Development (GOLD) events, any Loyola student can take advantage of a range of activities and workshops geared toward leadership and personal growth. Students are highly encouraged to register before attending.
For more information on the upcoming workshops, please visit the GOLD website.
Any Loyola student can register for the Greyhound Leadership Summit (GLS). This one-day conference features workshops, presentations and discussions among faculty, staff, and students with varied levels of leadership experience and knowledge. Emerging and current student leaders are highly encouraged to register to improve their leadership and the communities around them.
Through the Greyhound Leadership Challenge (GLC), first year students explore leadership as personal choice and navigate opportunities available to develop and practice your leadership at Loyola. When you accept the challenge, you commit to exploring your leadership at a deeper level through a series of programs in the fall semester including the Leadership Fair, Challenge Workshop, and the Greyhound Leadership Summit.
Check back for more information for Fall 2020.
Through Student Leadership Corps (SLC), commit to develop leadership skills and potential. Gain a deeper knowledge of yourself and others, and learn how to positively contribute to leadership in the organizations and communities to which you belong. Through weekly group meetings, mentorship, and reflection, learn how to develop and practice leadership. First-year students or sophomores are eligible to apply in March to be considered for participation in the fall semester of their sophomore or junior year.
Questions about Leadership Programs? Contact Sara Scalzo