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Semester Schedule Overview

Throughout the fall, ELP students meet weekly within their KC, participate in a "Leadership and Life Skills" workshop series and special-topic programs (see below). As part of putting leadership into practice, new student participants initiate, develop and implement a service-learning project centered on their KC theme - much of the planning and implementation for the project takes place outside of the weekly one-hour KC meeting.  There are special opportunities for all ELP participants to come together at selected times through the fall semester for both community building and program-wide professional development events.  The fall 2015 schedule includes:

New student participant attendance is required at all six of the programs listed above, and is applied toward the ELP leadership certificate (described below)

Expected Time Commitment and Activities

In order to maximize the ELP experience, new students need to commit to being actively involved in the various ELP program meetings, events and projects. ELP new student participants should expect to spend approximately TWO HOURS/WEEK involved with the program.

The following highlights anticipated new student time commitments and requirements for attainment of the ELP leadership certificate:


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Last Updated: 1/4/16