What is the Emerging Leaders Program?

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What is the Emerging Leaders Program?

     The Emerging Leaders (EL) program began in 1987 as a student leadership-training program. Graduating over 1000 student leaders since its start, the program has grown extensively and continues to facilitate a wide array of workshops, seminars and retreats, while still maintaining a fun and challenging atmosphere for future leaders. The main purpose of the program is enabling students to become actively involved at California State University Northridge while better preparing them to assume student leadership positions on campus (i.e. Associated Students, Inc., University Student Union, Clubs and Organizations, Orientation programs, community service, etc.) and through out their lives.

Emerging Leaders meets every Wednesday from 2:00 - 4:00 in the Thousand Oaks room of the University Student Union -- Located above the Associated Students offices (Mercantile Courtyard Area) across the hall from the USU computer lab and United Campus Ministries offices.

To register, complete a registration form and submit with $25* program fee. The registration deadline is Friday, September 14th. You can download a registration form or contact the Office of Student Development & International Programs at (818) 677-2393 and have a form mailed.

Everyone is welcome!

*Scholarships are available

 

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