Mon - Fri
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Student Activities Center
2014 Student Leadership Conference
Friday, April 4 - Sunday, April 6, 2014
For a printable application, click here.
The Student Leadership Conference is designed to help students develop an understanding of leadership theory and application. Students participate in a series of activities, workshops and discussions that challenge their understanding of leadership, team/group dynamics and diversity. The conference is a great way for students, both residential and non-residential, to network, interact with peers and engage in a number of fun and educational activities.
During this weekend of intense leadership study, some of Clayton State's best and brightest will be able to:
2012 Student Leadership Conference
Quotes Team Building Activity
“The boat building activity gave us a chance to get to know each other very quickly and work as a team.”
The Importance of Mentoring |
Mr. Matthew Bland
“Mr. Bland was a great speaker. Touched on a very important and under recognized topic in mentoring.”
Overall Confernce Experience
“Everyone that considers themselves a leader should attend the conference in order to gain valuable information from other student leaders.”
Why attend the Leadership Conference?
The Leadership Conference provides student leaders the opportunity to address the leadership needs and challenges of our very own Clayton State University students, as this conference is customized for our students and not designed to be a leadership conference for student leaders from other institutions to attend. Because it is uniquely designed for our student population, the conference is free to all attendees and hosted off-campus to promote growth, networking, and abstract thinking about future opportunities in leadership.
View Student Leadership Conference Promotional Video Here.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. Lakiesa Cantey-Rawlinson, Associate Director for Campus Life at LakiesaCanteyRawlinson@clayton.edu.
Want to view pictures from the 2012 Student Leadership Conference? Click Here.