Carnegie Leadership Consultants (CLCs)
The CLCs are a group of undergraduate and graduate students who have been trained in leadership development and facilitate peer-led leadership training to students across campus - both individual students and student organizations. Topics are based on the unique needs of student leaders and CLCs offer leadership consultation sessions for student organizations.
At this time, the Carnegie Leadership Consultants are not taking new requests. Check back in Fall 2020 for an update.
The Office of Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagement (SLICE) is invested in helping student leaders and organizations make their personal and group marks on their college experiences. Throughout the year the Office of SLICE and the CLCs organize a variety of free leadership trainings that any and all student leaders and organization members can attend.
Potential Leadership Topics
Organizational Leadership | How to Run Effective Meetings | Maximizing your Organization Structure | Effective Communication | Utilizing The Bridge | Recruitment and Retention | Identifying Transferrable Skills | Conducting a Strengths Analysis (SWOT) | Building a Cohesive Team