The Student Medallion Leadership Institute: Inspiring Holistic Learning and Leadership by Shirley Jennings, Mark McCabe, and Constance Strickland
The Student Medallion Leadership Institute: Inspiring Holistic Learning and Leadership – Research and experience indicate that many student leadership programs are conducted in isolation of other programs on campus. Pima Community College (AZ) took a fresher approach. Read about how this college’s Student Medallion Leadership Institute provides a holistic and learning-centered framework for leadership development in the April Leadership Abstracts.
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The development of student leaders has long been an important goal of the community college movement. Teaching faculty and student development staff offer a range of credit courses, noncredit experiences, and other initiatives designed to prepare students for leadership positions in our respective communities. Unfortunately, research and experience indicate that many leadership programs are conducted in isolation of other programs on campus, often consisting of stand-alone credit courses or one-shot student life activities. This silo approach can be bolstered significantly by engaging a more holistic and learning-centered strategy.
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Dr. Susan Salvador
Office for Student Services