Debuting in 2001, the Beta Gamma Sigma Student Leadership Forum
brings together student members from colleges and universities
across the country for a chance to improve their leadership skills.
A hands-on experience, the Student Leadership Forum challenges the
chosen participants to examine questions such as, "What Kind of
Leader Will I Be," Team-building exercises, social activities,
networking and other activities make the Student Leadership Forum a
very positive step forward in the professional lives of those
Some comments from past participants of previous Beta Gamma Sigma
Student Leadership Forums:
"This was one of the best weekends Iíve had in a while. It was an
eye-opening, challenging, self-discovery that will leave a lasting
impression on my professional as well as personal life. It allowed
me to clarify questions about myself and what I want for my future.
I learned about life, its challenges, and its beauty. Donít regret
anything, and stand strong as a leader."
-Yvonne Lee, St. John's University Fall 2010 LSF
"The Beta Gamma Sigma Student Leadership Forum, in San Antonio,
Texas, was one of the most unique and rewarding experiences of my
life. The Forum helped me to understand how to best utilize and
develop my skill sets in order to become an effective leader, and
also allowed me to create life-long connections with other students
with similar goals and ambition."
- Danielle Connelly, St. John's University Spring 2009 LSF
"Now I know what I want and my career route is much clearer than
before. I feel very lucky to have had a chance to attend the Forum
and make friends with students from all parts of the U.S. and even
- Thang Dao, St. John's University Fall 2009 LSF