Become a Leadership Fellow

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Stacey Doremus
Division of Student Life

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Fellows serve as coaches for Georgia Tech students and also have the chance to strengthen their own leadership skills.

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Fellows serve as coaches for Georgia Tech students and also have the chance to strengthen their own leadership skills.

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The Office of Leadership Education and Development in the Division of Student Life is recruiting faculty and staff to serve as Leadership Fellows. 

Fellows serve as coaches for Georgia Tech students and also have the chance to strengthen their own leadership skills.

“My sessions with students are extremely rewarding in that, every time we meet, I am able to share in their accomplishments as leaders,” said Michelle Cohen Segall, health educator in Health Promotion and a Leadership Fellow. “Witnessing students’ personal growth and enhanced self-awareness is a unique opportunity. Leadership is typically seen as positional; this program has shown me that I can be a leader regardless of my position in an organization.”

Coaches are matched with students who are also eager to develop their leadership abilities. Coaches should be able to commit about four to five hours per week to the program,  and ongoing training is provided.

The application deadline is Friday, March 18. To learn more or apply, visit www.leadership.gatech.edu.

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  • Created On: Mar 14, 2016 - 12:22pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:21pm