Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program
- Program Requirements
- Application (Current GSU Students)
- Application (Incoming Students)
The Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program is a leadership development program for Georgia Southern University – Armstrong Campus students. The program is highly interactive and gives participants an opportunity to be an on-campus leader while also engaging with the local Savannah community. Leadership speakers, skill building workshops, and leadership assessments provide hands-on training for the participants to develop as an individual and a leader.
There is no cost to students who are chosen to participate in the program.
Students that complete the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program can continue their journey in leadership and community engagement through the Southern Leaders Program.
Benefits to being an Emerging Leader
Connections: Students have multiple opportunities to meet and create relationships with current student leaders and community leaders.
Mentorship: Students receive 1:1 mentorship and support for the achievement of their personal goals for campus and community leadership.
Immersion: Students have opportunities to participate in various service projects on campus and in the community.
Experience: Students have opportunities to lead other students.
Exploration: Students explore various leadership styles and student leadership positions currently available on campus.
Topics Covered in Program
- Personal Values
- Leadership Ethics
- Leadership Styles
- Collaborative Leadership
- Community Leadership
- Student Leadership Challenge
Last updated: 3/24/2020