Pathways to Inclusive Leadership (Pathways) is a program designed to assist Binghamton University students in their leadership development, through a comprehensive and inclusive approach focused on diversity, career readiness and civic engagement. The Pathways program is a collaborative effort between the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the Division of Student Affairs.
- Students will be able to reconstruct their view of leadership to include diversity, career readiness, and community engagement.
- Students will increase their cultural competency and awareness while continuing their intellectual growth.
- Students will be able to articulate their career goals and connect their skills and interests to their goals.
- Students will be able to identify best practices to strengthen civic and community engagement practice and outcomes.
The Pathways program will allow students to build leadership skills through participation in various specialized workshops, trainings and activities in four categories:
- Foundations of Leadership
- Leadership in a Diverse World
- Leadership in Your Career
- Leadership in Civic Engagement
All participants will be required to complete one core workshop and one elective workshop/activity from each category throughout the academic year. During completion of the program, students will learn how to apply their leadership skills to their college career and create a final digital portfolio via LinkedIn.
Please take note of the following required program events:
- Orientation Event and Foundational Core Workshop: Sunday, Feb. 6, 2022
- Diversity Core Workshop: Sunday, Feb. 20, 2022
- Civic Engagement Core Workshop: Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022
The Pathways program will pilot during the spring 2022 semester and the application is open now. Interested students can apply by Jan. 24, 2022 via UConnect.
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The Multicultural Resource Center, the Q Center, the UDiversity Educational Institute, the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development, the Center for Civic Engagement, Residential Life and the School of Management.