The primary purpose of the MCC LEAD program is to foster student learning and personal development. With the creation of powerful learning environments, students are offered experiential learning opportunities that will allow them to apply knowledge obtained in the classroom, develop leadership skills and reflect on their learning experiences and desired outcomes. Through collaborative learning that is fused with activities, students are able to continuously improve themselves in response to evaluation and feedback. The Leadership Institute provides the curriculum for learning, and co-curricular programs provide the venue for educationally purposeful experiences.
A variety of experiences are offered through the LEAD program. These experiences include:
Credit Bearing Classes:
The Model UN recruitment process begins each Fall semester and the course is offered each Spring. The 2017/2018 class is currently closed, but check back in to the PRISM Multicultural Center, in Building 1, and speak with Shirley Batista-Provost to learn more for Fall 2018/Spring 2019. The Leadership Development Seminar course (LDS 101) is offered as a late start class in the Fall and Spring. For more information, contact the Office of Student Life and Leadership Development by e-mailing Jodi Oriel, at email@example.com. These classes fill quickly - Sign up TODAY!
LEAD Certificate Program:
The Leadership Certificate program is designed to help you enhance and explore your leadership potential through a series of workshops, courses and community service opportunities. Your personalized Leadership Certificate will verify your leadership education and training to future transfer colleges and employers. Email our office, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information!