WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP ~ TRACK I
In leadership, understanding “why” is as important as
knowing “how.” Track I focuses on establishing students’
perspectives on women leadership. Workshops are provided to
strengthen students’ knowledge of cognitive conception of modern
women leadership and to exercise their critical thinking
Stereotypes, expectations, and reality all contribute to
discussions of the importance of gender in the leadership arena.
Discuss issues concerning how gender affects your decisions and
interactions, and what impact it has on your values as a student
Understanding yourself and what motivates you is essential to being
an effective leader both in your career and personal life. Do you
value solving challenging problems? Creative expression?
Affiliation? Adventure? Giving back to the community? Participants
will explore the values that are important and prioritize them in
Women and Wellness
Students will be able to recognize how they can improve their own
wellness, become familiar with all of the factors that encompass
personal wellness, and have to tools to set and achieve realistic,
Who Are Vincent and Louise?
"God Wants First the Heart and Then the Work." This session focuses
on St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac and their
Leadership in the Vincentian Tradition.
Inspire: Women In Action
Students can network, engage with, and learn from inspirational
women and share successful work and life stories. Lunch will be
Women In Sports Day
Speaker (spring semester)
Leadership Conference (spring
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.