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CLL Certificate Programs

Students showcasing their SLDP certificates
2017-18 students showcasing their SLDP certificates


Create your personal leadership journey and engage with other leaders!

Each certificate program has its own set of requirements and completion timeframe. Students who successfully complete program requirements are eligible for a certificate of completion which is signed by Chancellor Gary S. May and the Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education.

  • Build peer and mentor connections
  • Boost resume and professional portfolio with demonstrated leadership
  • Prepare for seminars and reflect weekly with brief articles, videos and writing prompts
  • Earn 2 academic units (1 per quarter, pass/no pass, optional)
  • Share your accomplishments through a final presentation
  • Celebrate at the Certificate Award Ceremony
  • Registration is open through November 20, 2020 (complete prerequisites by end of Fall Quarter)
  • Programs run January 4 through June 1, 2021 (2-quarter commitment)
Student Leadership Development Program (SLDP)
Diversity Leadership Development Program (DLDP)

Put theory into action, test your communication and group work skills, and develop a deeper understanding of your personal leadership style!

DLDP

 

Gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of differences, and learn how to cultivate an inclusive environment in an organization or workplace!

SLDP

 

SLDP

DLDP

  • How to Preparepencil
  • Complete prerequisite of 9 specifically-selected workshops (listed on the SLDP webpage linked below) from the Leadership Essentials Workshop Series (LEWS). Meet with CLL staff for consultation.
  • How to Preparepencil
  • Complete prerequisite of 9 specifically-selected workshops (listed on the DLDP webpage linked below) from the Leadership Essentials Workshop Series (LEWS). Meet with CLL staff for consultation.
  • What you'll Learnlearn
  • Learn group work skills and understand your personal leadership.

    Topics you'll explore include: Personal contributions, planning, ethics, conflict management, group development, resiliency, service, feedback, inclusion, and collaboration.
  • What you'll Learnlearn
  • Engage in group dialogue and understand and appreciate differences.
     

    Topics you'll explore include: Inclusive leadership, personal identity, intersectionality, privilege, systemic oppression, allyship, conflict management, emotional self-control, humility, and self-care.

  • What to Expectseminar
  • Meet with your cohort in 2-hour class sessions one afternoon per week. Read articles, watch videos, and write reflections.
  • What to Expectseminar
  • Meet twice weekly: once with the full cohort to participate in a 1-hour class session, and again to participate in a 1-hour sustained dialogue section. Read articles, watch videos, and write reflections.
  • Apply what you've learnedapply leadership
  • Conduct a campus-focused group project.

    Check out more information about SLDP service projects: Past SLDP Student Projects
     
  • Apply what you've learnedapply leadership
  • Complete a relevant project or internship.

    Check out more information about DLDP community projects: Past DLDP Student Projects 
     
  • Plan your scheduletime
  • Options for Cohorts:
    * Wednesday seminars, 4:10-6:00 pm (in person if possible)
    * Thursday seminars, 5:10-7:00 pm (online)

    Seminars run weekly through both Winter and Spring Quarters. Each cohort has a minimum enrollment of 8
  • Plan your scheduletime
  • One Cohort:
    *
    Tuesday seminars, 4:10-5:00 pm (in person if possible, with options for students wishing to participate remotely)

    Options for Weekly Dialogue Sections: 
    * Wednesdays 4:10-5 (Zoom)
    * Wednesdays 5:10-6 (In person if possible)
    * Thursdays 4:10-5 (in person if possible)

    Seminars and Dialogue Sections run weekly through both Winter and Spring Quarters. Each dialogue section has a minimum enrollment of 5
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