President's Leadership Development Society (PLDS)
The Leadership Society is a free leadership training program that focuses on helping students develop and apply their unique leadership skills. During the course of the program students will attend a retreat, enjoy exposure to the arts, participate in workshops and campus life, develop civic understanding and give back to the community through service.
One of the great things about the program is that students do it at your own pace. Most workshops last about one hour. Involvement in the program is spread over the time of enrolled as a student until graduation.
A total of 12 stamps are required for completion of the leadership program with 9 of those required from the areas as set forth in the program guidelines and the remaining 3 to be in the area of the student’s choice.
To participate in the program you must:
- Be currently enrolled in at least one credit hour (co-op students will be considered enrolled while on their job)
- Be in good standing with the college. Maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA.
- Complete a leadership program application
- Have completed not more than 18 credit hours