The Office of Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagement (SLICE) offers many opportunities for Carnegie Mellon students to invest in their development as a leader. Throughout the year, we provide overnight retreats, workshops and trainings, one-on-one consulting with student leaders, and interactive experiences to spark conversation on leadership topics.
Additionally, our office recognizes and celebrates our students’ contributions to the Carnegie Mellon University community and beyond via the Greek Awards, Student Organization Awards and Recognition program (SOAR), and the Senior Leadership Recognition process.
Leadership Training & Opportunities
Peer-led leadership training for both individual students and student organizations by undergraduate and graduate students who have been trained in leadership development.
Emerging Leaders is a program for first-year students and strives to promote the development of leadership skills through collaborative civic engagement and service initiatives within the Pittsburgh community.
The conference balances networking opportunities with more focused discussions aimed at helping students thrive as organization leaders and CMU community members.
The Greek Team facilitates training for executive officers of the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, and Panhellenic Council, chapter presidents of each chapter, and rising stars in each chapter.
The Spring Leadership Workshop is a leadership opportunity that delves more deeply into a common leadership topic via a keynote presentation or panel discussion followed by small group discussions.
The Women’s’ Leadership program at Carnegie Mellon aims to provide leadership development, guided reflection, networking opportunities, and support for woman-identified students at Carnegie Mellon.