The SORC, in partnership with other units from the Division of Student Affairs, offers a series of Leadership Development opportunities for students interested in evolving and maturing as leaders at ETSU.
We offer programs for emerging (new) leaders, current leaders,and advanced leaders! Each level of programming is designed to be beneficial to your level of leadership experience. If you are a freshman or have not held a leadership position, check out the Emerging Leaders tab to find opportunities to shape yourself into the leader you aspire to be! If you are a current student leader and want to continue developing your leadership skills, be sure to check out our leadership conference opportunities under the Current Leaders tab. We are presently working to bring programs for advanced leaders, check the Advanced Leaders tab for updates!
Students, want to give us input? Click here to tell us what leadership development programming you want to see at ETSU!
For more information about Leadership Programming at ETSU, email email@example.com.
The Emerging Leaders Academy is open to any first year student who is in "good academic standing" and has not held a position of leadership in a student organization. Applications will be available in the fall semester. The eight week program takes place each spring and students accepted must attend 100% of the scheduled dates in order to receive the certificate of completion.
Application is due no later than Wednesday, November 20th 2013
Click here for printable application form - Return to SORC Suite AImportant Dates for Spring 2014 Emerging Leaders Participants:
Weekly Meetings, 5:00 to 7:00pm:
About Dr. Brenda White Wright
Dr. Brenda White Wright is a motivational speaker, storyteller, and diversity consultant with over 40 years of experience in business management, servant leadership, board and organizational development, human resources, education, multicultural issues, race relations, youth initiatives, community relations, resource development, radio and television. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business and Communications, a Master's Degree in Reading and Storytelling, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from East Tennessee State University. For over twenty years she served as President and CEO of Girls Incorporated of Kingsport, a United Way agency that provides programs for at-risk youth ages 5-18. In that capacity, she was named by The Business Journal as one of the region's "Twenty-Five Powerful Female Executives."
For more information, visit www.wrightapproach.net
ETSU's new annual Student Leadership Conference: The Leading Edge
Registration for this event is FREE and open to all ETSU students. Check back for more details about next year's dates, theme, schedule of activities and to register to attend.
What's coming up?
This Spring we will have a one-day leadership retreat for student leaders! Check back for more details soon!
The Leading Edge 2013: "hardCORE" was a huge success! Thank you to all of our student leaders and guests who showed up, stayed engaged throughout the conference, and got some excellent leadership strength training! Special thanks to T.J. Sullivan and all of our expert facilitators!