USD Hosts Emerging Leaders Institute
The two-day event will showcase different student organizations and teach leadership skills through small and large group sessions and interactive learning activities. The program is also designed to motivate student leaders to initiate change in their community while creating a spirit of camaraderie and teamwork among USD’s emerging leaders.
The institute costs $10 which covers the strengthsfinder assessment. Food, housing and transportation is provided.
To learn more information, visit the institute page.
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