The Global Leadership Track is for students who are interested in learning the differences between international cultures and how they view and articulate leadership. This is an ideal track for students entering into international fields of study as well as students who are studying abroad or come from a international background themselves.
Students completing the track will receive a certificate of completion and will be recognized at the SLI Annual Recognition Ceremony.
- To assist students in formulating Global Leadership skills to move from a American setting to a International Setting .
- To assist students in developing skills necessary to secure a job or internship involved in international relations
- To assist in the decision of studying abroad or working abroad
- Develop skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the global market
- Help students gain confidence in their leadership abilities and learn to communicate/market their skills to a global audience.
- Meet presenters and fellow students that are involved in international programs
The Global Leadership Certificate Track may be completed within 2 semesters. Section D may be completed in either Fall or Spring semester. Total number of workshops: 9Section A: Program Core Workshops (complete all 3)
- Introduction to Leadership
- Leading and Managing a Diverse Group
- Ethical Decision-Making
- What is Culture?
- Exploring ethnicity (elective from EMBRACE Track)
- Are You A Global Leader?
- Becoming A Global Communicator
- Culture and Gender Roles
- Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues
- Understanding “Isms”
- Dealing with Difficult People
- Public Speaking
- Participate in a minimum of 5 hours (within one semester) in at least one of the following programs:
- Volunteer International Peers program (may require more than 5 hours)
- International Education Week / International Women's Day
- Phi Beta Delta Student Board member
- Community volunteering activity with an international component
- International Coffee Break
- Cross-Cultural Conversation activities
- Panel discussions organized by the Office of International Education & Exchange or other campus departments e.g. International Education Week, Phi Beta Delta, Women’s Center, Career Center, etc.
- Submit a 2-3 page reflective paper that reflects on how you have APPLIED the concepts learned from the Global Leadership Track workshops in your experiential component? You must respond to the following:
- What do the following terms mean personally to you: Culture, or diversity, or global leadership?
- Describe your communication style or leadership style in your activity
LAST UPDATED 01/28/2010