CSUDH Passport to Leadership Spring 2014

Are You Looking to Further Develop Your Leadership Skills?

Why Get Involved with Passport to Leadership?

Passport to Leadership is a worthwhile experience for students both looking to get involved and current student leaders! With each workshop lasting approximately 60 to 75 minutes, Passport to Leadership is ideal for students juggling school, work, and numerous extra-curricular activities. Participants may attend one of the 27 skill-building workshops or choose to complete on of the four Leadership Certificate tracks. Upon completion of a certificate track, participant will be granted a certificate of completion signed by the Cal State Dominguez Hills President and the Vice-President of Student Affairs!
Passport to Leadership participants gain access to many campus resources not offered through any other single program. In addition to the various topics discussed throughout the program, participants have greater ability to network directly with California State University, Dominguez Hills faculty and staff through a myriad of year-round leadership events.

Who can Participate?

Only fully enrolled matriculated students at Cal Sate Dominguez Hills may participate in Passport to Leadership.

Requirements

To earn Certificate, Student must complete sections A, B, C and D (5-hour Experimental Component).

Section A: Program Core Workshops- required of all Passport to Leadership participants & can be completed in any order.
• Intro to Leadership
• Ethical Leadership
• Understanding Diversity, Leadership and Your Role

Section B: Track Core Workshops- Select your leadership track and attend any three workshops in that track
Leadership Development Tracks:
• Personal Development
• Organizational Development
• Diversity
• Career Development

Section C: Elective Workshops
Attend any two workshops from our pool of elective workshops, or through other conferences, symposiums trainings, etc.

Section D: Experiential Component
Participants are required to complete a minimum of 5 hours of applied leadership. This can be any activity that participants are involved outside the classroom or workshop setting that allows them to utilize the skills they have gained from their track. Five hours are required for each track the participant is involved in. Please see the Experiential Component Policy for more information.

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