Leadership

Explore leadership + acquire new knowledge

Leadership development is an important value at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. The student leadership development program seeks to support this institutional value by providing a variety of experiential learning opportunities in which students may participate. Program initiatives are intentionally designed to help students explore leadership, acquire new knowledge, and engage in skill development.

Students participating in the student leadership development program initiatives may expect to:

  • Understand the historical and theoretical evolution of leadership theory.
  • Understand a variety of leadership styles and preferences.
  • Determine individual areas of strength and areas for improvement.
  • Identify and articulate personal and professional values.
  • Explain the benefits and challenges of working in groups and teams.
  • Develop a personal leadership definition or philosophy.

Student Leadership Events

Over the course of each academic year, AIL and other campus departments sponsor a series of events aimed at increasing interest and skills in student leadership. Below you will see the signature events in this series and you can find out more about each, as well as registration or application information.

Leadership Seminar

Leadership Seminar Series

Discover your personal leadership style through activities and discussion. You may just find your true path to life-long passion in leadership development.

Discover Your Leadership Style
Advanced Leadership Seminar

Advanced Leadership Seminar

Already mastered the Leadership Seminar Series? Try the Advanced Seminar and put your leadership style into action!

Learn More
Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break

The Alternative Spring Break trip is an opportunity for students to explore the concepts of servant leadership and social justice — specifically around issues of poverty, homelessness and socioeconomic status.

Get Involved
Blugolds for Better

Blugolds for Better

Students and non-profit organizations have always had much to offer each other, and AIL aims to make the most of those connections through Blugolds for Better.

Volunteer and Get Involved
Female students getting packets at start of Leaderhsip Conference

Leadership Impact Scholarships

The Leadership Impact Scholarships are intended to help student leaders fund meaningful experiences that will enhance their leadership skills and knowledge.

Discover Opportunities
University Student Excellence Awards

University Student Excellence Awards

The students honored reflect the university’s living vision to be the premier undergraduate learning community in the Upper Midwest. Award recipients are recognized at the annual University Student Excellence Awards reception.

Apply for Awards
Leadership Library

Leadership Library

The Leadership Library hosts a variety of texts, CD presentations and team building equipment to meet any leadership development need.

Discover Resources
We Lead

Leadership Workshops

Design your own workshop that suits your leadership development needs.

Request a Workshop
FSAPP

Future Student Affairs Program

The Future Student Affairs Professionals Program is an intentional opportunity that connects students to various areas of Student Affairs through mentorship, professional and leadership development, and working collaboratively to improve campus life.

Get Connected
Happiness Project

The Happiness Project

The Happiness Project is a collaborative effort between the University Activities Commission and the Activities, Involvement, and Leadership Office to promote a campus community filled with happiness.

Spread Happiness

For more information about student leadership contact:

Katy Rand


Coordinator of Student Leadership
Activities, Involvement and Leadership
Davies Center 222
phone: 715-836-4803
fax: 715-836-2521
e-mail: randka@uwec.edu

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