The Leadership Programs office will be open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. Visit us in 475 Student Center West.
While the pandemic has resulted in a number of changes over the last year, we are looking forward to returning to more normal operations. To accommodate the diverse needs of our student population, we will continue to offer programs in the virtual format, while transitioning many of our programs back to in-person settings.
We are excited to announce that Leadership Programs and Student Civic Engagement will be working more closely together under the leadership of Dr. Kristina Clement, Assistant Dean for Leadership and Service. Civic engagement is a high-impact practice for leadership and we encourage students to browse Paws for a Cause to learn more about opportunities for service in the greater Atlanta community.
We look forward to serving you this semester. Join the Leadership Programs page on the Panther Involvement Network for the latest information on programs, trainings and events offered by the office.
Students interested in accessing the StrengthFinder assessment can email Kristina Clement and she will provide you with the instructions to complete the online assessment and schedule a followup coaching session.
Yes! Students interested in leadership coaching can schedule online appointments this fall with one of our Leadership Programs staff. To schedule an appointment, please contact the Leadership Programs office at 404-413-1582.
In an effort to provide students with access to our training programs, we will be offering many of our fall programs both in-person and online. Some training will take place online in synchronous settings, while other programs will be made available at your convenience. So, even if you are taking classes online this semester, you can still complete many of the requirements for the Student Leadership Certificate. Check out our schedule on the Leadership Programs portal in the Panther Involvement Network for our latest offerings.
Progress is tracked through the Panther Involvement Network (PIN). Student can check their progress by logging into the Panther Involvement Network, clicking the icon at the top right corner and selecting Paths. If students are enrolled in multiple pathways, make sure the Student Leadership Certificate path is selected. Students can click each domain to see the items they have completed in the domain as well as the overall percentage of the total certificate completed.
This summer, Leadership Programs introduced Lead on Wheels, an interactive bicycle tour of downtown Atlanta highlighting important civil rights locations. Experienced tour guides led the group through the city and shared historical information about a variety of locations from the Martin Luther King Jr. Center to the Krog Street Tunnel. After the tour, students participated in a lunch and learn conversation about students' rights and responsibilities in advocacy.
Lead on Wheels will return again this fall for those who missed the opportunity to participate this summer. Register on the Panther Involvement Network to reserve your space.
Georgia State University
PO Box 3972
Atlanta, GA 30302-3972
Georgia State University
Student Center West, Suite 475
66 Courtland Street SE
Atlanta, GA 30303