Student Leader Program & Catalyst Retreat

The Student Leader Program provides opportunities for students with some prior leadership experience to further develop as leaders both in and out of the classroom.  The fall Catalyst Student Leader Retreat will take place on Saturday, February 23 from 11am – 6pm.  Apply here

Important Dates: 

Applications Due: Friday, February 8th by 5:00 PM

Catalyst® Student Leader Retreat: February 23rd 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM (McNutt 208B Classroom)
Student Leader Program Seminar: Wednesday 2/27, 3/6, & 3/20 5:45-7:00 PM (TBD)

Program Details:


The Catalyst® Student Leader Retreat is a one day leadership development program conducted by the LeaderShape Institute®.  Catalyst will challenge attendees to engage in meaningful conversations, ask questions, and go to the next level as you develop yourself as a leader.  Catalyst is also a great opportunity to network with other student leaders.  There is no cost to attend the retreat and lunch will be provided.

Student Leader Program Seminar

Students will have the option to apply time spent at the retreat towards completing the 1- credit EDUC-U 495 Student Leader Program Seminar (Sect# 25034).  Students enrolled in this seminar will meet for three follow-up sessions of 90 minutes each to continue the conversations that began at the retreat and gain a greater understanding of themselves as student leaders.  This seminar counts as an elective credit toward any degree program on the Bloomington campus.  Please indicate below whether or not you are interested in enrolling; if you are interested in enrolling, the instructor will contact you with additional details.

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