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Your personal leadership journey starts here! Our office hosts a number of opportunities for you to expand on your own capabilities like teamwork, communication, and organizational skills to help you to obtain successful careers and meaningful lives. Learn more below!
We believe that becoming a leader should be informative, meaningful, and exciting! Whether you're a first-year student who would like to start developing a foundation in leadership, someone who wants to gain expertise through leading a group, or a senior who wants to partner with a professional mentor, getting involved with Leadership Programs offers hands-on learning experiences that teach critical leadership skills.
Be one of the friendly faces who welcomes our brand new Griffins to campus and helps them transition to life at GMercyU. You'll take part in activities that share our culture, traditions, and expectations of the University.
Each year, GSLI holds a campus-wide leadership conference where the entire GMercyU community is invited to participate. All Griffins are encouraged to attend these leadership conferences, whether you're a member of GSLI or not.
Past presenters have included Pamela Rainey Lawler, founder of Philabundance and Dr. Tom Segar, Vice President for Student Affairs at Shepherd University.
All Griffins are encouraged to attend leadership conferences, whether you're a member of GSLI or not. In recent years, students have attended the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) Conference and the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) conference, among others.
Interested in a leadership conference? Contact us to see if we can help get you there.
This magazine was created to showcase the incredible final projects, presentations, and essays from the participants of the Griffin Student Leadership Institute, as well as to provide a venue for our faculty, staff, and students to present some of their leadership expertise for our community.
Alexandra Jabara Johnston, M.S. (she/her/hers)
Associate Director for Leadership Programs