Frequently Asked Questions – Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program
Who is Nick Mamalakis?
Nick Mamalakis was a Savannah, GA native and active leader in his local community. Mr. Mamalakis was active in many civic organizations including the Johnny Mercer Foundation, Lions Club of Savannah, Rotary Club, Victor B. Jenkins Memorial Boy’s Club and was a founding trustee of the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame. Mr. Mamalakis was an excellent example of a servant leader, and is the namesake for the emerging leaders program on the Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern University.
What are the requirements for the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program?
Students that are accepted into the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders program will be required to participate in monthly leadership trainings. In addition, students will have the opportunity to attend leadership & service events throughout the year.
What topics will be covered in the leadership meetings?
We will be going through the Student Leadership Challenge over the course of the year. Topics will include: Personal values, Leadership ethics, Leadership styles, Collaborative leadership, how to lead positive change, and much more!
Is there a cost associated with participating in the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program?
There is no cost associated with participating in the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program.
Are scholarships available?
Students who complete the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program are eligible to apply for a leadership scholarship at the completion of the program. The scholarship process will be available to all students who graduate from the program.
How do I apply?
To apply please follow this link!
I loved the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders program! How can I stay involved in the leadership program?
Graduates of the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program can continue their journey in leadership and community engagement through the Office of Leadership and Community Engagement.
Who do I contact with questions?
The Office of Leadership & Community Engagement
Last updated: 6/8/2022