Eureka College Leadership Ambassadors
The Eureka College Leadership Ambassadors strive to promote leadership excellence on campus. Leadership Ambassadors remain informed and prepared, educating themselves on current leadership skills, theories, and models to best serve and prepare students to be ethical leaders of the world.
What is a Eureka College Leadership Ambassador?
Students selected to serve as a Leadership Ambassador will belong to a team of fellow students who believe that leadership development and education is essential to the Eureka College experience.
- Working collectively with other team members and program advisors to promote leadership education opportunities.
- Learning about our own leadership abilities and how to improve them,
- Teaching and fostering positive, healthy leadership skills to Eureka students through, but not limited to, facilitating workshops, helping organizations on a need-to-need basis, being models of active, positive leadership for our peers and making resources accessible such as literature on leadership development relevant to students at Eureka
- Utilization of the Eureka College Leadership Development Model as a framework for program planning.
As a Leadership Ambassador, your input is highly valued as to where not only leadership education on campus can improve, but also how the group Leadership Ambassadors can grow and transition, ensuring our relevance to students as well as growing as leaders ourselves. In order to do so, we ask that you commit to attending regular meetings held by Leadership Ambassadors, as well as actively help with Leadership Ambassador sponsored events.
The recruitment and selection process for the Leadership Ambassador team takes place during the middle part of the fall semester.
The Leadership Ambassador Team
Associate Dean of Students
Other Leadership Opportunities
March, Dine & Discuss, 3/21/17, 12:20pm
Owens Room, Commons.
“Practice Today, for Leadership Tomorrow, Part II” – Guest Speaker, Abigail Bradley, Coordinator of Student Life, will be sharing insight on the Leadership Challenge Model.
Questions or request for accommodations should be directed to Shari Rich, Associate Dean of Students, email@example.com.
The Leadership Ambassador Team meets weekly to plan the annual conference and other campus leadership offerings and to discuss leadership topics/issues relevant to their work in promoting leadership education on campus. Recruitment for new leadership ambassadors takes place early in the fall semester. Selection of our two representatives who attend the LeaderShape Institute, are selected in the spring among the group’s current membership.
Please contact any member of the Leadership Ambassador Team with questions about the conference, programming, and membership opportunities.
Learn more about becoming a Leadership Ambassador and LeaderShape.
Student & Alumni Annual Leadership Conference
Mark Your Calendars for Friday & Saturday, April 7-8, 2017
Held annually in the spring, this educational opportunity is open to all students. Last year’s theme is All Aboard the Leadership: Strengthening the Potential of you and your Crew. Our last conference featured guest speakers, Eileen Ruby-Setti and Harriett Steinbach, speaking about the StrengthsFinder assessment. This year our focus will be on the model, the Leadership Challenge, Five Practices for Exemplary Leaders and we look forward to working with our alumni as our theme is Generation Collaboration.
2017 Student Leadership Retreat
Student leaders of all organizations, athletic teams, and programs will be invited and expected to participate in the Student Leadership Retreat. Each recognized student organization, program, and athletic team is asked to have 1–2 representatives participate with the flexibility of each attendee representing up to two groups. Groups not represented will be contacted and asked to schedule follow-up meetings to discuss the information covered at the retreat.
The Student Leadership Retreat is designed to assist campus organizations and teams strive for success with all its future endeavors. Student leaders will be provided with opportunities for goal setting, collaboration, and most importantly outlets to make connections with other organization leaders to share leadership strategies, techniques, and game plans. The student leadership retreat will be held on campus, August 16-18th, right before the upcoming school year.
Dine & Discussion Sessions
The Leadership Ambassadors regularly plan and offer Dine & Discussion Leadership sessions throughout the semester. In the fall ’16 semester, the two sessions focused on Voter Engagement for a Leadership Lens and Time/Stress Management for the Involved Student.