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The Leadership Initiative (LI) is a campus-wide program at Sacramento State designed to help students develop their leadership skills and get involved in campus life.
The Leadership Initiative is a certificate program designed to develop students’ leadership and professional skills, serve as a foundation for involvement in campus life, and promote retention, academic success, and graduation. The foundation of the LI is based on the Social Change Model of Leadership Development, which encompasses three sets of values individuals build upon to become social change agents — individual values, group values, and societal/community values. In conjunction with this model, there are four possible certificates to complete in sequential order: Green, Gold, Hornet Pride, and Leadership Initiative.
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NEW WORKSHOPS THIS WEEK!!! NEW GREEN WORKSHOP 2 Tuesday, Apr 29, at 2 pm Auburn Room, Union 3rd Floor NEW GOLD WORKSHOP 6 Monday, Apr 28, 4:30 pm Folsom, Union 3rd floor
Happy Tuesday! Happy New Year and welcome back to the spring semester! Workshops and some events have been added to the LI Calendar. Get a head start and attend events that are fast approaching. View the calendar on OrgSync or at lead.orgsync.com/Calendar Good Luck! - The Leadership Initiative Team
We want to hear from you! If you have not already done so, please take a few moments to complete the survey that was sent to you at the end of December regarding your experience with the Leadership Initiative. Otherwise, access the survey on OrgSync through "Forms." We use feedback that we receive from you to make sure we are providing you with the best experience that we can. The survey is short and should take no longer than 3 minutes. -The Leadership Initiative Team
The Spring 2014 Diversity Leadership Conference registration is now open!!! This conference will be held on Friday, January 24, 2014 from 9am-4pm in the University Union. We will be offering workshops covering both club-specific topics (i.e. DOC Funding, Risk Management, etc.) as well as topics covering social justice, multiculturalism, and multicultural competencies in regards to leadership. This will also be the first opportunity of the semester for Nuts & Bolts. **You must attend the entire conference to be eligible for Nuts & Bolts credit.** Register here: https://orgsync.com/1983/forms/89125
LI Participants: This semester’s cut-off date is November 30. And cut-off meaning the date we stop accepting certificate requirement items to be awarded for the given semester. However, all credit rolls over.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: If you attended a Green, Gold or Hornet Pride Workshop between the dates of September 16-September 30 and have NOT completed the written reflection, the form has been fixed. Please complete the reflection at your soonest convenience. Please let us know if you have any questions, comments or concerns - firstname.lastname@example.org
California is a place of opportunity, challenges and continual change. Join the President’s Committee to Build Campus Unity for a lunchtime discussion of how California’s evolving demographics will impact how we learn, how we vote, and how we build and care for our communities. Featured speakers: Kevin Kumashiro, Dean of the School of Education, University of San Francisco Pat Fong-Kushida, President and CEO, California Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce Kimberly L. Nalder, Associate Professor and Director, Project for an Informed Electorate Alice Perez, President and CEO, Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Daniel Zingale, Senior Vice President, The California Endowment Lunch will be available for the first 300 attendees. RSVP is encouraged: email@example.com.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: If you attended a Green, Gold or Hornet Pride Workshop between the dates of September 16-September 30 and have NOT completed the written reflection, please disregard it at this time. Currently, the forms are not accessible to students credited during that date range. This is being resolved with OrgSync. Once fixed, we will send out another message. Please let us know if you have any questions, comments or concerns - firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the Post Secret U: HOPE Revealed event on the 2nd floor balcony of The WELL! The event is today, October 8, from 4pm-7pm. This collaborative event will display over 300 Post Secrets written by Sac State students and the winners of the HOPE campaign’s art contest. Join us for light food and refreshments at this gallery viewing and contribute your own Post Secret.