Emerging Leaders Program
The Emerging Leaders Program produces engaged and competent leaders for our local, national, and global communities. Students engage in six activities over the course of two years such as workshops, retreats, internships, classroom learning and a mentoring program that helps to facilitate the personal development of leaders. Apply to be a part of the Emerging Leaders Program.
Student Leadership Retreat
The next Annual UWM Student Leadership Retreat is scheduled for Saturday September 15-16, 2013. Each year this overnight retreat at Camp Minikani brings together 200 students to hone their leadership skills through ROPES courses, teambuilding exercises, and other activities. The retreat is free to students, but space is limited! To register online, fill out the Leadership Retreat Registration Form.
Community Leadership Certificate Program
The undergraduate Community Leadership Certificate Program is a class-based, 18 credit program where students from any major can explore leadership theory, community organizing, the role of civic life and identity, and gain practical experience. For more information, contact Laurie at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Leadership Certificate Program website for details.
Leadership Living Learning Community
New freshman can consider living in the Community Leadership LLC in the Cambridge Commons Residence Hall. Students will take a course in leadership theory and development and another in community organizing as a way to learn how to be effective, active citizens in a community. For more information contact Laurie at email@example.com or visit the LLC website.
Bonner Leaders Scholarship Program
The Bonner Leaders Program awards 25 first- or second-year students a $1,100 scholarship after they complete 260 hours of paid or unpaid community service and complete a 3-credit leadership development course. For more information and to apply for the 2013 cohort, visit the Bonner Leaders Application page.