Students can explore their leadership skills
The way Matt Jarrell sees it, some of the best leaders on campus may not yet know their own leadership potential.
They’ll get a chance next month, when the Associated Students puts on a series of events to get students thinking about leadership.
“Everyone is a leader in some capacity, whether they know it or not,” said Jarrell, Associated Students vice president for activities.
“Project Leadership: Discover Your Style” begins with a “Leadership Lock-In” at the Wade King Student Recreation Center Feb. 6 and 7, an all-nighter of networking, food and team-building activities.
Then Feb. 9 to 12, the AS will offer daily doubles of free leadership activities, including workshops, panel discussions and movie screenings. Jarrell hopes the events offer practical advice to established student leaders – and he hopes to inspire some leaders-in-the-making.