Through engagement in the wider community, this multi-disciplinary minor assists students from any major in developing the knowledge and skills to enhance performance in current and future leadership roles. Students develop competencies in three areas:
- Setting direction
- Aligning and motivating people
- Managing complex challenges
Through the applications of these competencies, students address important life issues and develop a deeper commitment to using knowledge and skills in the service of the public good. Speakers, faculty and students discuss what leadership is and what it looks like in today’s global community.
To enroll or to learn more about the Leadership Development through Civic Engagement minor, please email Dr. Jennifer Bragger.