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organizations help you make friends and get involved with your campus and your
community. Some organizations also give you the opportunity to network with
other students who share your career goals nationwide. Enrich your college
experience and develop leadership skills by becoming active in campus life.
naturally from the good rapport between the faculty and students, the Department
of Leadership Studies created a student organization to benefit students like
to show the rest of campus what a group passionate about leadership can do? Get
to know other people who share your interest in making a positive impact on the
world. This group puts leadership in practice, determining the year’s
activities based on its members’ interests. Bring your ideas to a meeting and
see what a highly motivated group can do! For more information, contact Dr. Justin Greenleaf, the faculty sponsor.
Studies majors are a valuable part of many campus-wide organizations, like the
University Activities Board and the Student Government Association. For more
information about over one hundred organizations you could belong to at FHSU, visit
the Center for Student Involvement.
Keep up with the current developments in
organizational leadership. Check out these national organizations and journals
that may interest you.
The Journal of Leadership EducationThe Journal of Leadership Education
provides a forum for new developments in leadership education. If you look
closely, you’ll recognize some names---Dr. Brent Goertzen is the associate editor of the journal.
Association of Leadership EducatorsThis national organization sponsors the
Journal of Leadership Education and offers many opportunities for professional
International Leadership AssociationReady
to learn about leadership at the international level? This organization acts as
a global network for leadership professional, keeping everyone up-to-date with
new developments in the field.
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