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Leadership Development

    Leadership Development

    Becoming a leader on campus is another way to continue your experiential education outside of the classroom. These opportunities will not only add to your experience on campus, but will prepare you for your next steps after graduation by enhancing your resume. These valuable opportunities include: leadership workshops, Student Government Association, or taking a leadership role in a club or organization. These opportunities will demonstrate to future employers your ability to time manage, your level of responsibility, and your ability to be a team player! If you choose to participate in all the listed leadership trainings, you will be eligible to receive the Ringling College Leadership Certification.

     

    2013-14 Leadership Workshops (topics will be announced soon)

    Sunday, September 15 @ 7pm, Goldstein Hall SSR 

    Topic - TBD

    Sunday, October 13 @ 7pm, Goldstein Hall SSR 

    Topic - TBD

    Sunday, November 10 @ 5:30pm, Diane Roskamp Exhibition Hall

    Topic - Etiquette Dinner

    Sunday, January 26 @ 7pm, Goldstein Hall SSR

    Topic - TBD

    Sunday, February 23 @ 7pm, Goldstein Hall SSR

    Topic - TBD

    Sunday, March 23 @ 7pm, Goldstein Hall SSR

    Topic - TBD

    Sunday, April 13 @ 7pm, Goldstein Hall SSR

    Topic - TBD

     

    If you have any idea for future leadership workshop topics, please contact studentactivities@ringling.edu

     

     

     

    Student Conferences

    In the past, students have attended the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA). NACA is dedicated to providing leadership training and programming opportunities to students and staff from colleges and universities around the country. Five Ringling students were chosen from a field of candidates to represent the college at this year’s convention. The students took on the task to choose programs for the academic year and attend various workshops to enhance their leadership potential. 

    Students will once again be attending the national conference in Spring 2014 to bring the campus new programming! The NACA National Convention will be held from February 15-19 in Boston, MA.

    For more information about NACA, please visit their website HERE

    Students at the NACA Convention
    Top: With the stars from Bolt