The L.E.A.D. Series is NHCC's leadership program offering 3 different tracks for students to develop and hone leadership skills. Come join us for a session, or participate in at least 4 of the skills and/or action track sessions and be recognized as an official "NHCC L.E.A.D.er" at the end of the year!
... offers basic leadership skill building workshops throughout the semester, organized by Student Life.
Wednesday, Sept 16 from 2-3:30pm in CBT 211
“Leadership & Consciousness of Self” with Olamide Coker
Tuesday, Oct 13 from 2-3:30pm in CLA 123
“Leadership & Congruence” with Margie Campbell-Charlebois
Monday, Nov 9 from 2-3:30pm in CLA 123
“Leadership & Commitment” with Eric Pleiss
Wednesday, Dec 9 from 2-3:30pm in CBT 211
“Leadership & Collaboration” with Candice Bartelle & Katie Elsbernd
Wednesday, Feb 3 from 2-3:30pm in CBT 211
“Leadership & Common Purpose” with Todd Johnson
Thursday, March 3 from 2-3:30pm in CLA 125
“Leadership & Controversy with Civility” with Chad Henderson
Wednesday, April 6 from 2-3:30pm in CBT 211
“Leadership & Citizenship” with Jamie Randall & Michael Birchard
... focuses on service learning and community organizing, organized by the Diversity & Equity Center.
...for club/organization leaders on campus. If you are a member of a Student Senate-recognized club/org and hold a leadership position, this track is designed especially for you!
“A leader is not necessarily a person who holds some formal position of leadership or who is perceived as a leader by others. Rather, we regard a leader as one who is able to effect positive change for the betterment of others, the community and society. All people, in other words, are potential leaders. Moreover, the process of leadership cannot be described simply in terms of the behavior of an individual; rather, leadership involved collaborative relationships that lead to collective action grounded in the shared values of people who work together to effect positive change.”
-Helen S. Astin & Alexander W. Astin