What is the Emerging Leaders Program?

Frequently Asked Questions

Annual Highlights:
2000-2001
2001-2002

Where are they now?

 


Here are our 10 most frequently asked questions. If you don't see your questions below, ask us! [ Email Emerging Leaders ]

When does Emerging Leaders meet?
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Every Wednesday from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Where does Emerging Leaders meet?
2
In the Thousand Oaks room in the University Student Union.
How much does Emerging Leaders cost?
3
There is a one time registration fee of $25. This fee cover most programs and socials. Small nominal fees are charged for other events (see EL Informer). Fundraising can help cover some or all of these additional fees.
What is an Emerging Leaders Mentor?
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Emerging Leaders mentors are continuing students who have held or currently hold leadership position at CSUN. They are experienced student leaders and are there to help you be successful at CSUN.
When do I get my mentor?
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Mentors are assigned as soon as you register for the program. The registration deadline is Friday, September 14th.
How long is the program?
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The program is the first 14 weeks of the fall semester. The spring semester is optional. Students who participate in spring will coordinate a major campus program to be unveiled at the November 28th meeting.
What do I get if I complete the program?
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Every student that completes the Emerging Leaders program receives a certificate of completion that will be documented on your Student Development Transcript.
What is the Student Development Transcript?
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The Student Development Transcript Program (SDTP) validates extra-curricular experiences in the form of a developmental transcript which may be presented as a compliment to the academic transcript and resume.
Where can I go to get additional questions answered?
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You can call the Office of Student Development & International Programs at (818) 677-2393 and ask for Vicki Allen or you can email her at vicki.allen@csun.edu
Why should I become an Emerging Leader?
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Whether you're a new student or a continuing student you will or have start(ed) a new chapter in your life! It will be filled with many questions, uncertainties and life-long memories. The Emerging Leaders program will help improve academic excellence, promote a healthy lifestyle, instill the importance of community service, teach valuable leadership skills and provide many social opportunities to help you get the most out of your collegiate experience.

 

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