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(FL) National Conference on Student Leadership
March 30 - April 1
We all want to inspire positive change. We want to use our skills and talents to make the world a better place.
And while sharing ideas for change is one step forward, understanding how to put these ideas to work on campus and in our communities is something else entirely.
The bottom line is: change is hard. If challenging the status quo was easy, everyone would be doing it.
It takes a deep level of commitment and resilience to motivate others to make a change. It takes a lot of dedication and determination to make a real difference through the work you do.
This is why we’ve designed our leadership conference to not only identify change initiatives, but to teach students and advisors how to apply these ideas in the “real world.”
The Spring NCSL Conference is dedicated to helping students dig deeper than ever before in personal growth and career preparation.
We’re here to lay the groundwork student leaders need in order to ensure their values-based leadership skills actually create significant change in our working lives.
It’s time for students to answer the difficult questions:
How will you influence the groups you lead in your professional life?
How will you affect meaningful change around critical issues such as identity, diversity, and environmental and social justice?
How will you tap into a network of peers who share your focus and are committed to improving campuses and communities?
Spring 2017 NCSL will show you the way. Together, we will:
- Identify areas of personal leadership strength and opportunities for personal leadership growth
- Demonstrate effective, meaningful, and culturally competent communication and connection between individuals, organizations, and societies
- Connect collegiate learning with “real world” skills such as personal productivity, money management, interview prep, and personal brand, in preparation for the workforce
- Practice effective leadership and efficient administration of a student organization, such as student government, committees, clubs, or other student living/learning/working groups.