WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP ~ TRACK III
Capstone leaders put what they’ve learned into action by
serving as leadership mentors and student facilitators. This track
is designed for students who have completed 2 of our Leadership
Development Certificate 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 and create leadership workshops, and participate in a
weekend service plunge.
at Campus Activities Fair or Leadership Open
What better way to help recruit future leaders than to promote the
Women In Leadership Program at the Campus Activities Fair or
Leadership Open House!! Come share your experiences, express
the importance of getting involved in WIL, and speak about how WIL
has helped in your development as a Student Leader on campus!!
To sign up, please email WIL@stjohns.edu.
o Campus Activities
Monday, September 10, 2012 12:00pm – 3:00pm, Great
o Leadership Open
Thursday, September 13, 2012 1:50pm – 2:30pm (common hour),
o Conversations that Inspire: Women In Action (with
WIL 1 participants)
Thursday, October 25, 2012
1:50pm – 3:00pm (common hour), D’Angelo
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.
Money: Young Adults
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
of a L.E.A.D. and/or DCTC workshop
Using your presentation skills, co-facilitate a minimum of 2
L.E.A.D and/or WIL workshops throughout the year (preferably 1 each
semester). Evaluation Summaries of your workshop will be
provided after your session. Contact Natalie Maio at x2103 or
schedule these workshops.
Plunge – Romero Center (fall semester)
Join Leadership Development on a Service Immersion Experience that
will focus on social and poverty issues as well as Servant
Leadership. Registration Forms will be sent out in
Leadership Presentation (spring semester)
You have participated in various Leadership workshops and learned
how to do a successful presentation. Now is your chance to
get creative and create your own leadership workshop. Once
complete, you will present it to the Leadership Development Staff.
(It is possible that your presentation will be used during
future leadership training sessions). Topics must be
submitted for approval in January 2013 and presentations will be
scheduled during March 2013.
For more information, please contact
Natalie Maio, Associate Director of Leadership Development at
(718) 990-2103 or WIL@stjohns.edu