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Bank of America Student LeadersStudent Leaders® has been part of our ongoing commitment to youth employment and economic mobility. We’re helping prepare a diverse pipeline of community-minded young students to be successful in the workforce through leadership training and work experience.https://about.bankofamerica.com/en/making-an-impact/student-leaders
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St. Jude Leadership SocietySt. Jude Leadership Society (SJLS) has been a distinguished membership of high-performing high school and young collegiates who share a passion for leadership, service and community since 2019. During a six-month period, members will have an opportunity to exercise their leadership skills while raising funds and awareness for the kids of St. Jude. SJLS application is the end of October. They plan to complete interviews in November.www.stjude.org/leadershipsociety
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Wake Tech Electric VehicleThe SIGN-UP NIGHT for the new Wake Tech Electric Vehicle(EV) and STEM Post is Thursday, October 27th at 6:30pm and will meet at the Hendrick Center for Automotive Excellence in Raleighhttps://tinyurl.com/EVSTEM-WakeTech.
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Student Engagement, Empowerment, & Development (SEED)This Co-Curricular Leadership Certificate Series will provide students with an asynchronous leadership learning experience that will enable students to explore leadership through the lens of the Social Change Model of Leadership Developmenthttps://carolinaunion.unc.edu/departments/student-life-leadership/leadership-development-programs/seed/
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Student Life and Leadership (SLL)Student Life and Leadership (SLL) centers non-partisan voter education, empowerment, and outreach through comprehensive civic engagement initiatives. All civic engagement initiatives coordinated by SLL are nonpartisan in order to be inclusive, approachable, and accessible to all students, faculty, and staff at UNC to align with UNC's strategic goals around Promoting Democracy. SLL employees help coordinate faculty, staff, and student-focused initiatives and collaborations in order to increase student education and civic engagement.https://carolinaunion.unc.edu/departments/student-life-leadership/leadership-development-programs/civic-engagement/
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TAR HEEL LEADERSHIP PLANWelcome to campus Tar Heels – we, Student Life & Leadership (SLL), are excited to provide you with a leadership guide that can help you navigate your fall semester at UNC! There are hundreds of ways that you can engage yourself in and with the dynamic UNC community and the Tar Heel Leadership Plan (THLP) is here to serve as a guide! In addition to the THLP we encourage you to explore several important learning and development concepts that can support a holistically healthy and intentional approach to your engagementhttps://www.tarheelleadership.com/
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ACC LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUMWith delegations from each of the 15 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) colleges and universities in attendance, the annual ACC Student Leadership Symposium is designed to develop a community of ACC undergraduate students who understand the relationship between global and local issues and work collaboratively to create innovative initiatives that advance students' capacity of global leadership. Student leaders from current ACC colleges and universities will have the opportunity to engage in educational sessions, hear keynote addresses, explore topical content, and participate in experiential application through their group project collaboration and presentations. This is an opportunity to connect with and learn from students across all affiliated institutions on student leadership development. Travel, lodging, and meals are completely paid for, so if you're excited about connecting with other college students across the country, this is an opportunity for you!https://carolinaunion.unc.edu/departments/student-life-leadership/leadership-development-programs/acc-leadership-symposium/
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The National Society of Leadership and SuccessA program that has several different opportunities, including things like lectures and other leadership building eventshttps://www.waketech.edu/student-life/office-volunteerism-and-leadership/student-leadership/national-society
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Governor's Page ProgramFounded in 1973, the Governor’s Page Program gives North Carolina high school students the opportunity for hands-on participation in state government. Hosted by VolunteerNC in Raleigh, pages will grow in four areas: history, civics, service, and professional development.https://governor.nc.gov/governors-page-program
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