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Requirements for Completing Student Leadership Institute

July 21, 2009

Requirements of Cal State Fullerton’s Student Leadership Institute include completing three core workshops and one of the eight certificate “tracks” during the two-semester program.

This fall, the following tracks, including one new one, will be offered:

  • Career Leadership, a collaboration with the Career Center to help students develop skills for the professional world;
  • EMBRACE (Educating Myself For Better Racial Awareness and Cultural Enrichment), a collaboration with the Multicultural Leadership Center, provides training as it relates to cultural sensitivity, diversity and multicultural understanding;
  • Emerging Leaders, which offers students with little or no leadership skills the chance to develop leadership qualities;
  • Global Leadership, new this fall, developed in collaboration with International Education & Exchange, focuses on global awareness and responsibility.
  • Leadership through Social Justice Activism, a collaboration with the Volunteer & Service Center, gives students the tools to become effective change agents in their community;
  • Organizational Leadership, which prepares active student leaders with advanced skills for leading, motivating and managing others;
  • Peer Tutoring, a collaboration with the University Learning Center, gives participants the chance hone tutoring skills;
  • Public Service and Nonprofit Leadership, which teaches skills needed to pursue public service or nonprofit careers.

As a result of their participation in the program, students get involved in a variety of activities, such as:

  • ASI, Inc. student government, including positions as president, board of directors members and Titan Student Union Governing Board executive leadership posts
  • Interclub councils, clubs and organizations, including serving as presidents, board members and other leadership positions
  • Peer mentors and tutors
  • Volunteer & Service Center volunteers
  • University Outreach, including serving as outreach ambassadors and tutors
  • Residence life leaders
  • University Leadership Conference planners and volunteers

For more information about the program and to register online, visit or call 657-278-5999.

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