Leadership Programs

Warrior Leadership Program

Student Leadership & Development is excited to announce the brand-new leadership program open to all Stan State students, the Warrior Leadership Program.  Students can attend workshops and experiences in two different pathways, Emerging Leaders or Advanced Leaders, to become a Stan State Certified Student Leader.  Workshops are designed to help students learn new and refine leadership skills in six different leadership themed areas:

Leadership Development
Diversity and Inclusion
Warrior Spirit
Career Development

The Emerging Leaders pathway includes:
Attend four (4) workshops
Complete ten (10) hours of community service
Submit a written Reflection

The Advanced Leaders pathway includes:
Attend six (6) workshops, one from each leadership theme
Complete twenty (20) hours of community service
Submit a written Reflection
Complete a Career Portfolio

All workshops and experiences will be documented through STANSync and Portfolium, which will help you build a Co-Curricular Transcript and make you more marketable when you are looking for employment.

Students who complete either pathway will be recognized at the Annual Student Leadership Awards.  Students who complete the Advanced Leaders pathway will also earn a graduation cord.  

For more information about the Warrior Leadership Program, contact Student Leadership & Development at (209) 667-3778. | SLD@csustan.edu

Student Leadership Retreat

The Student Leadership Retreat (SLR) includes a variety of workshops, team building exercises and outdoor leadership activities. The retreat occurs on campus for three days and it is designed to allow participants the opportunity to effectively collaborate with other students, build interpersonal skills,  utilize effective communication skills, leadership development and multiculturalism.  SLR helps students realize their leadership potential and skill set. Students are given the opportunity to meet staff, faculty and administrators from the university. These introductions help students learn to build relationships that can be leveraged into effective collaborations. The Student Leadership Retreat will be held next summer. More infomation about SLR will be posted during the Spring 2018 semester.