If you're looking for opportunities to develop your leadership skills, Century College offers several opportunities for you to shine!
Leadership Development Programs
Throughout the semester, D.U.C.K.S. (Dream, Utilize, Connect, Knowledge, Succeed) Leadership sponsors workshops as a part of the GPS LifePlan. While the workshops vary each semester, past topics have included role modeling, body language, leadership philosophies, and many other subjects.
A variety of leadership workshops are offered this semester. Consult the GPS LifePlan for more details.
Century College's Leadership Institute is designed to help explore your leadership skills and direct your future! Through this 8 week institute, students will be able to explore their leadership styles, engage with other student leaders across Century College, and navigate ways to creating cohesive dialogue across difference. This institute is an opportunity to dive deeper into understanding civic engagement and preparing for your future.
For further questions, including spring 2018 dates, contact Maxwell Poessnecker (651-779-3452) or stop by the Club Center.
Experiential & Outdoor Education
An engaging and exciting program, our outdoor initiatives program provides experiential learning opportunities for our students and employees.
A trained facilitator tailors specific activities to your group, which may include icebreakers, problem solving, communication, low-ropes challenges and conflict resolution.
This program also utilizes the woods on the south side of West Campus. Some of the activities are permanent; others will be set up using the natural surroundings.
D.U.C.K.S. Leadership is offered for classes, departments, clubs, and programs for an hour time frame for a whole day. We will create opportunities to develop student and employee leadership.
Wood Ducks in the Wild
Wood Ducks in the Wild is a Student Life programming effort, in collaboration with Campus Recreation and DUCKS Leadership. The program aims to help students explore leadership skills, personal growth, and social awareness. Students will better develop a sense of self-confidence while fostering sensitivity toward the environment, and grow into sustainable citizens. Visit the Summer Recreation page for more information!
D.U.C.K.S. Leadership has developed a library for students to utilize/ develop their leadership skills individually or in group situations, and include many icebreakers and activities to help initiate group interaction.
The D.U.C.K.S. Leadership library is located in the Club Center, W1210.