With delegations from each of the 15 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) colleges and universities in attendance, the annual ACC Student Leadership Symposium is designed to develop a community of ACC undergraduate students who understand the relationship between global and local issues and work collaboratively to create innovative initiatives that advance students' capacity of global leadership. Students from each participating university will be grouped with peers from their fellow ACC schools for the duration of the conference.
Carolina United is a 4-day summer program that takes place the week before classes start in August. The purpose of the program is to create a safe environment for students to candidly discuss issues of diversity and multiculturalism, and some of the issues that inhere in society. Carolina United also addresses the broader definitions of diversity–the “diversity of viewpoints,” determined by students’ unique experiences, personalities, and perspectives. For more information check out Carolina United and/or Contact Us.
The LeaderShape Institute is a six-day experience that will be offered during spring break. Students will focus on leading with integrity and solidifying a vision and passion for the future while maintaining a healthy disregard for the impossible. If you have any questions or would like more information about LeaderShape please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions or would like more information about LeaderShape please contact us.
The North Carolina Fellows Program is a three-year, cohort-based program designed to motivate undergraduate students to maximize their leadership potential. The mission of the program is to build a small community of students who are motivated, service-oriented, creative, and ethical. Program highlights include a three-credit sophomore seminar, monthly seminars facilitated by campus and community leaders, and annual retreats.