The purpose of the Student Leadership Corps (SLC) is to help prepare students to take the "next step" in their leadership development. The group is for sophomore students who are just beginning on their leadership journey, but it is also helpful for students who want to enhance their leadership abilities. Members of the SLC will spend the fall semester learning about various aspects of leadership.
Student Leadership Corps (SLC) is a small group of sophomore students who come together to further improve their individual and collective leadership skills through self-examination, open group communication, and trust. SLC members will develop a deeper knowledge of themselves as persons and as value-driven leaders while at the same time examining theoretical concepts of leadership. Through group meetings, individual meetings, and reflection, SLC members will be better prepared to assume leadership roles at Loyola and beyond.
- Students may NOT be a member of the Sellinger Scholars Program or the Ad Infinitum Community
- Minimum GPA of 2.5
- Full-time undergraduate status at Loyola University Maryland, from September 2013 to April 2014
- Must be available for Friday afternoon meetings during the fall semester (3 - 4:30 p.m.)
- Strong interest in developing your own and others’ leadership potential and abilities
- Sense of responsibility
- Effective organizational skills, including the ability to meet assigned deadlines
- Ability to work with others as a team in the completion of tasks
- Commitment to perform as a leader in your personal best interest and in the interest of Loyola University Maryland
- Sense of humor and creativity
Note: This program is not designed for students who will participate in intensive fall training programs through various offices on campus (RAs, Evergreens, etc.) If you have questions regarding your eligibility, please contact Matt Shannon in the office of student engagement at 410-617-2033.
The 2013 - 2014 Student Leadership Corps has been established. Thank you to all who applied. Members of the class of 2017 are encouraged to check back here next Spring for details about the 2014 - 2015 SLC application process.
For any additional questions, please contact our graduate assistant for SLC, Matthew Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org