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SERVICEWEEKLY NEWS]
LEADERSHIP & SERVICE UNIT OPPORTUNITIES


October 31, 2012







Trick-or-Treat for Change- Will take place on Wednesday, October 31st in the Bone Student Center, Brown Ballroom. You are encouraged to dress up in costume and “trick-or-treat” for monetary donations; all proceeds go to ISU/IWU Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Registration for the event NOW. Learn more at http://deanofstudents.illinoisstate.edu/students/get-involved/leadershipservice/events-programs/trick-or-treat.shtml Submit your "I'm a ___ leader" Campaign today: Tell us what kind of leader you are by creating your own leader poster. Use the poster template attached to create your unique document and submit it to Leadership.Service@ilstu.edu for us to share around campus. It’s a great way to showcase what makes you the great leader that you are! ISULeads Leadership Certificate Program is a co-curricular program comprised of three pillars designed to connect students to classes, involvement, work, and community service. This program includes a mentor and small group meetings and can help you to succeed in your goals as a leader as well as grow personally and professionally. Students may apply at anytime, but those registered by the 10th of each month will be contacted shortly thereafter to complete their orientation session and proceed with the program. Learn more about the ISUleads program at: http://deanofstudents.illinoisstate.edu/students/get-involved/leadership-service/eventsprograms/ISULeads.shtml. LeaderShops- free leadership development workshop for current student leaders and those interested in developing their leadership skills. The workshop will be held from 5:30pm-6:30pm in the Student Services Building, room 314. Space is limited so reserve your spot the Friday before the session. The theme of the final session is “Servant Leadership”...

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