The Center for Leadership and Involvement offers a wide range of programs and activities to support leadership development and civic engagement. There are opportunities for students, staff, faculty, and community members, and new programs are always in the works.
Leadership Programs at Clarion University challenge students to increase their knowledge and contribute and support positive change in their environments.
This year's offerings include: Emerging Leaders Program, the Mary Walter Leadership Speakers Series, the Student Leader Empowerment Program, the National Conference on Student Leadership, the CU Leaders in Action Conference, the Low Ropes Course. RSOs, RUOs, and other campus groups are able to request uniquely designed workshops to help with organizational development as well as improving the skills of the individual group members.
Community service is the ultimate way to tie together the various pieces of your time at Clarion. Students who participate in service make connections between their classes and real life. They use what they learn to do what needs done in ways they love.
Service happens year-round, from right here on campus to points all over the world, Golden Eagles help people and the planet everywhere they go. This semester, members of the community and students will work together on many programs, projects and problems. Together We CAN Fight Hunger is coming back, and Spring Community Service Day is April 28. We will also host a spring party for local children and their families, and new programs will roll out all semester long.