Collegiate Leadership Competition
The Collegiate Leadership Competition (CLC) is offered every spring semester to a maximum of twelve students. This course provides students passionate about leadership with a practice field, actively applying concepts learned in the classroom and culminating with participation in the global leadership competition. This course makes leadership a tangible, high-impact learning experience for current and future leaders. You can learn more about the Collegiate Leadership Competition as an organization by watching the below video of visiting their website.
Search for UC 20250 or CRN #18232.
Revolution Leadership Course
The (R)evolution Leadership Course, taught by the Women's Center and Kent State Leadership Center, is an experiential, competency-based course designed to equip students with the tools and the introspection they need to be successful leaders and engaged community members in a complex and ever-changing landscape. Students are taken through a series of leadership modules and develop a capstone project that will utilize the skills they have gained and make a positive impact on the community. By the end of this course, students will be able to identify self-care techniques, passions, personal strengths, and their impact on leadership development; internalize concepts and develop personal agency of leadership; create and develop a Personal Leadership Toolkit, expand their leadership network and describe the value of a mentor; and develop a sense of civic responsibility and feel empowered to be an advocate for social change.
Search for UC 20260 or CRN #20318. This course will be offered in the fall and spring semesters.