The College of William & Mary recognizes leadership as a vital component of a well-rounded college education, and through the Office of Student Leadership Development currently offers four specific programs for you to further develop your leadership skills, network with fellow campus leaders, and learn life-long success strategies.
The diversity and range of programs cater to a wide array of needs and experiences. If you are looking for ways to develop personal leadership skills, the Office of Student Leadership Development has programs and resources to offer!
Student Leadership Foundation (SLF) is an eight week program for Freshmen and Sophomore students. This program is designed to support rising campus leaders as they build a strong network with fellow leaders on campus that they will use for years to come. Participants are selected through an application process.
Women in Leadership: Explorations of Self and Society - 1 Credit Course: is offered during the Fall semester. (GSWS CRN 12901) The goal of this course is to provide a forum for women to learn more about themselves as leaders, and to discuss individual and social issues faced by women as they seek to lead lives of meaning and purpose. Students meet with speakers from the College, its alumni, and the community to address these topics. This course requires instructor approval.
TRAIN Leadership is broad selection of leadership/organizational development workshops available to student clubs and organizations. Each of these workshops is facilitated by fellow student leaders who have been trained to lead these workshops.