Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program
The Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program is a leadership development program for Georgia Southern University – Armstrong Campus students. The program will be highly interactive and will give 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 will provide hands-on training for the participants to develop as an individual and a leader.
This program meets on the first Friday of each month during the semester from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.
There is no cost to students who are chosen to participate in the program.
Benefits to being an Emerging Leader
Connections: Students will have multiple opportunities to meet and create relationships with current student leaders and community leaders.
Mentorship: Students will receive 1:1 mentorship and support for the achievement of their personal goals for campus and community leadership.
Immersion: Students will have opportunities to participate in various service projects on campus and in the community.
Experience: Each student will have opportunities to lead other students.
Exploration: Each student will be able to 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: 7/23/2018