Leadership Development

Leadership Development

Emerging Leaders Retreat Registration Forms Now Available

Looking for opportunities that will help your organizational members take their leadership to the next level?

The DSA Leadership Ambassadors are proud to host the Southeastern Emerging Leaders Retreat February 27-28, 2015. The Emerging Leaders Retreat provides opportunities for students looking to get involved as well as current student leaders who want to enhance their leadership development. The skills learned and friendships gained from this weekend not only help students to become better individual leaders, but most of these leaders return to campus and make a difference on the Southeastern campus through their involvement in organizations.
The retreat consists of large group and small group leadership sessions that teach leadership styles, conflict and stress management, team building, and include a plethora of leadership skill development opportunities.

Registration is $20 per student; however, if an organization sends two representatives, the cost of registration will only be $15 per student. The Registration Form must be submitted to the Office for Student Engagement by Friday, February 13th; however, registration will close when we reach capacity.

Emerging Leaders Registration Packet

Questions? Contact Dr. Pam Rault, Director for Student Engagement at pam.rault@selu.edu.



Leadership Development is designed to help students discover and develop their leadership abilities. The Office for Student Engagement offers unique opportunities for students on all levels of leadership training. Among these opportunities are ExCel Scholarships which are awarded to twenty high school seniors who demonstrate excellence in both their academic and extracurricular activities during their high school careers, DSA Ambassadors who volunteer to promote spirit and unity among Southeastern students and provide diligent service to the Southeastern community , and Emerging Leaders Retreat which is open to any Southeastern students who are looking to become involved on campus as student leaders.