Capstone Leaders put what they have learned into action by
serving as Leadership Mentors and student facilitators. This
Program is designed for students who have completed 2 of our
Leadership Development Programs, want to further their leadership
development, and serve as student mentors. Capstone Leaders
apply what they have learned and put it into practice,
co-facilitate leadership workshops, and reflect on their experience
within the Leadership Program.
Leadership Mentor at Leadership Meet
& Greet, Campus Activities Fair, or Leadership Open House
What better way to help recruit future leaders than to
promote L.E.A.D. at the Leadership Meet & Greet, Campus
Activities Fair, or Leadership Open House!! Come share your
experiences, express the importance of getting involved in
L.E.A.D., and speak about how L.E.A.D. has helped in your
development as a Student Leader on campus!! To sign up,
please email LEAD@stjohns.edu.
Let’s Talk Money
Teaches students how to navigate in the current economy, the
basics of money management and why it is so important to have a
spending plan. In addition, students can learn about debit cards,
credit, student loans and how to protect themselves from identity
Peace Building Leadership
This workshop is designed to explore leaders in history and
contemporary leaders who are known for their works on peace, social
issues and conflict resolution.
Co-Facilitation of a Leadership workshop
Using your presentation skills, co-facilitate a minimum of 2
Leadership workshops from the Leadership Development Calendar
throughout the year (preferably 1 each semester). Evaluation
Summaries of your workshop will be provided after your
session. Contact Natalie Maio at x2103 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule
Put what you have learned from the workshops into
action. Participate in the University Career/ Internship
Fair, Big East Career Fair, or Majors Fair and begin your search
for a future career.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and
1-on-1 Meeting with Leadership Development & Career Services
Administrators (fall semester)
Take the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI) by November 1st and
then meet 1-on-1 with Student Affairs administrators. Discuss
your Inventory results and highlight transferrable skills learned
from sessions when applying/interviewing for future internship/job
Capstone Self-Reflection Project
A way to highlight what you have learned about leadership and
yourself through this Program.
Choose 1 of the following:
- 2-3 Page Reflection Paper
- 8-10 minute YouTube Video*
- PowerPoint Presentation**
Please include detailed responses to the following in your
- Provide a brief definition of what the term “leadership” means
- What is your leadership philosophy (understanding of
leadership) and how did this Program Certificate and its workshops
contribute to your philosophy and personal leadership style?
- How can you use the information learned to be a more effective
leader? In what areas do you need to continue to grow?
- What did you learn about your personal strengths and values and
how they relate to leadership?
- Describe how you specifically apply what you have learned from
this Program in the future?
* YouTube video presentation may include music and graphics;
however actual content must comprise at least 6 minutes of
voice-over, graphs, etc.
** PowerPoint Presentation requires a minimum of 8 slides. It
may also include music and graphics.