Bell Student Leadership Symposium

Bell Student Leadership Symposium

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We would like to invite you to register for the 4th annual (virtual) Bell Student Leadership Symposium on Saturday October 24th from 8:30a-1:30p . This virtual retreat is the final event of SLL’s “Leadership Week 2020” and further connects to the “Leadership in a Digital Age” theme. 

The Bell Symposium is an event dedicated to the development of UNC leaders through a day long, conference-styled program. The goal is to encourage and empower students to be the change they would like to see in the world through leadership development and social innovation! The Symposium features a diverse line up of presenters and workshop topics, headlined by international speaker, Adobe Creative Residency alumna, and award-winning infographic designer, Jessica Bellamy, and a keynote address from Kat Downs Mulder, UNC alumna and Director of Product and Product Design at The Washington Post. 

Attendees at the Bell Student Leadership Symposium (and other parts of Leadership Week) are automatically entered into a raffle to win UNC gear as well as tech products such as a Google Home and a Carolina Mens Basketball Jersey! The more events you attend, the better your chances to win!

 

To register for the Bell Student Leadership Symposium, please visit go.unc.edu/bell2020 today! 

 

To register for the other leadership week events, please see the RSVP links below.

 

10/19 Creating Your Leadership Philosophy: Go.unc.edu/philsophy2020 

10/20 Wellness, Gone Viral: go.unc.edu/wellnessviral2020  

10/21 Spotting Fake News: Go.unc.edu/fakenews2020 

10/22 Understanding Diverse Digital Audiences in Communication: go.unc.edu/diversecomm2020 

10/23 High-Impact Social Media Outreach: Lessons From Black Lives Matter: go.unc.edu/blmsocial2020 

 

 

 

Students who participate in the Bell Leadership Symposium will:

  • Be engaged by several campus and community speakers on ways to develop their leadership skills.
  • Connect and engage with students that share similar interest to begin activating some of their individual ideas as a collective.
  • Have an opportunity to put their leadership into practice though real world examples that are impacting the community around them.
  • Gain strategies that will equip them to best tackle the challenges of tomorrow!