TRACK 1 ~ EMERGING
Emerging into a student leader through discover of self,
networking with others, and giving back to the community.
This track focuses on the fundamentals of leadership and providing
students with opportunities for personal growth and development
through interactive workshops, direct community service, and
7 Habits of Highly Effective
The 7 Habits apply at all 4 levels of leadership (personal,
interpersonal, managerial, and organizational). This workshop will
help you explore these different levels, build personal trust, and
confidently empower others to be successful and achieve your
Leadership and Diversity
Contemporary leaders need to possess the ability to work
effectively in diverse environments. This workshop will
explore the ways in which diversity skills play a key role in your
potency as a leader.
Visioning from Within: Spiritual
Life and Leadership
Examine the strength of leadership that comes from within through
prayer, meditation and reflective sharing.
Get the most out of your St. John’s experience! Learn how to
effectively communicate and work with others, manage time and
stress effectively, create your Co-Curricular Transcript, and so
much more while networking with other St. John’s student
leaders! Space is extremely limited, so register early!
As part of the Vincentian mission of St. John’s University, a
component would be to participate in 5 hours of direct community
service throughout the academic year (You can choose any type of
community service that you want). You must submit the
“Individual Student Community Service Verification Form” for the
service you participated in. Submit to Natalie Maio (in D’Angelo
124B) upon completion of the service project.
ELECTIVES (choose 2)
Setting Goals for the Future
Not sure what the future holds for you? Always questioning
what your next step should be? Know exactly what you want to
do, but aren’t sure how to get there? Come and find out what
steps you can take now to make a difference tomorrow!
Study Skills for College
Learn how to organize notes, readings and extra material. Make the
most of your study time.
Plagiarism – Giving Credit Where Credit if
Plagiarism is one of the greatest concerns for students when they
first come to university. The focus of this workshop is to provide
students with a comprehensive understanding of what plagiarism
actually is and why referencing is so important in the academic
Values, Ethics, and Morals in
Sometimes leaders must ethically question their leadership ability
when faced with difficult decisions. Learn how to enhance
your skills in creating a sound and principled leadership