Leadership Certificate Program
Students who pursue a Leadership Certificate through Student Leadership & Involvement will gain knowledge, skills, and awareness in:
- Individual Leadership Development,
- Group Dynamics & Development, and
- Community Building
The experience of earning a Leadership Certificate allows students to make meaning of what it means to act as a leader for themselves and for others, with the support of a mentor. Plus, it helps prepare students for their graduate school or job interviews after college, and it looks great on a resume!
For more information, contact Sarah Fuller, the Leadership Development Graduate Assistant, to learn more about the program. In the meantime, download the Leadership Certificate Program Requirements and Learning Outcomes.
Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship
The OSU Alumni Association and the Department of Student Leadership & Involvement are excited to accept nominations and applications for the Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship. This fund was dedicated in order to provide scholarships for students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year who are actively involved with activities beyond class work, demonstrating they are well-rounded, contributing members of the OSU community.
Application Due Date
February 2 at 5 pm
Award Notification Date
The Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship will be awarded to the most outstanding students based on the review and scoring of their application. All applications should be turned in by 5:00 pm on February 2, 2017, to Melissa Yamamoto by dropping off at the Student Experience Center Welcome Desk or submitted electronically to Melissa.Yamamoto@oregonstate.edu. Please provide the following:
- A letter (no more than 1 page) offering your response to the following question: “In what ways have you contributed as a well-rounded member of the OSU community?” Be sure to describe the impact your involvement has made on the community.
- A brief description, 1 page, (include roles and highlights of accomplishments) of all of your involvement on campus to include (but not limited to) volunteerism in the OSU community, leadership in the OSU community, campus-based involvement, employment, involvement in student government, clubs/organizations, student leadership programs, community service programs, living group involvement, etc. Think of this as creating a resume of all your activities/experiences beyond the classroom.
- Letters of reference from 2 individuals who have direct knowledge of your work/involvement experience outside the classroom. At least one reference must be an OSU staff or faculty member (no family). These letters should address the above criteria as well as describe your leadership attributes.
- Contact information. Please include your name, student ID number, phone number and email address, so we can contact you.
Your application will be scored based on the breadth and depth of involvement, as well as impact of the contributions you have made to the OSU community.
The Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship Fund will award four (4) students a onetime scholarship in the amount of $1,000.00.
Peer Leadership Consultants
The Peer Leadership Consultants (PLCs) are student staff members in the Center for Leadership Development who support fellow students and the OSU community in involvement, organizational and leadership development. The PLCs are available to facilitate leadership and group development workshops, assist with leadership development events, and consult with individuals and teams about how to be more effective.
To schedule a one-on-one or group consultation meeting with a Peer Leadership Consultant, email email@example.com or stop by the Leadership Development office in SEC 108 to set up an appointment.
To schedule a workshop facilitated by a Peer Leadership Consultant, fill out the on-line workshop request form at least 2 weeks in advance.
Emerging Leaders, UEXP 499
In this interactive course that serves as an introduction to leadership theory and practice, you will
- Explore personal communication styles, values, talents, strengths, and leadership identity;
- Build a foundation for group development, collaboration and communication;
- Become a more effective leader and community member
The Last Year Experience, ALS 295
TLYE is intended to provide you with the skills and knowledge that will enhance your level of success after graduating from OSU. There are two parallel themes: What do I need to know as I prepare for life after college? What do I need to understand about myself as I prepare to flourish in the world?
OSU Leadership Conference 2017
The OSU Leadership Conference is a day dedicated to the development of student leaders on campus, and is designed to: aide students in comprehending their own and various other leadership styles; provide opportunities for students to gain an understanding of identities different than their own; and to develop new skills and awareness of best practices to help students become more effective leaders.
Saturday, February 18, 2017 | 10:00AM – 3:30PM | Memorial Union
Registration is now open!
Whether it’s landing your dream job, starting a business, volunteering in your community or organizing a family, a minor in leadership from Oregon State University will help you make the most of your personal and professional life.
These students, learn in the wildest and most remote classrooms in the Pacific Northwest — from the forest, to the high desert, to rugged cascade peaks and glaciers. Graduates are active leaders with lifelong leadership-oriented and environmental ethics and outdoor skills.
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