L.E.A.D. at a Glance
Leadership through Experience, Awareness, and Development is a comprehensive leadership program that promotes leadership, teamwork, engagement and skill development.
What it means to be a L.E.A.D.er at NHCC
Being an NHCC L.E.A.D.er means that you are an engaged part of the NHCC involvement community. L.E.A.D.ers may be asked to assist with the L.E.A.D. program, conduct outreach to increase awareness and assist Student Life with other program-related tasks. This opportunity is a great way to get involved and make an impact with minimal time commitment.
All students who meet the four- session requirement will:
- Have solid leadership experience to include on a resume
- Be invited to attend the annual Student Life Awards Banquet
- Receive a L.E.A.D. certificate of completion
- Receive an involvement pin that can be worn at commencement to showcase their involvement at the college
How to Become an Official L.E.A.D.er
L.E.A.D.ers are an important part of the North Hennepin community. They are the students who exhibit leadership in various capacities and have committed to furthering their leadership through the three tracks offered through the L.E.A.D. Program. Students who attend four L.E.A.D. program workshops or three L.E.A.D. In The Wild experiences are eligible to become a L.E.A.D.er.
Work-study students attending to meet the work-study requirement must attend at least two L.E.A.D. sessions, one in the fall and one in the spring. If schedule conflicts interfere with attending sessions, work-study students may request permission from their supervisor to attend a similar session in its place.
Club & Org leaders are required to attend or review two sessions "How to Host an Event" and one other session.
Questions about the L.E.A.D. Program can be directed to Lisa Fetter.