Sport Club Wednesday Workshops
Each semester, the Sport Club Office hosts a series of workshops geared toward developing the leadership competencies of our Sport Club Officers. The workshops often feature guest speakers from various departments on campus.
Sport Club Leadership Team
The Sport Club Leadership Team will be comprised of 10-15 students selected from all Sport Clubs. Team members will serve either a 2 year or 1 year term (based on their desire). Any Sport Club participant may apply, but only be one person will be selected from each club. The Sport Club Leadership Board was established in order to enhance cooperation, create leadership opportunities, promote sportsmanship, and establish a sense of community between the 43 Sport Clubs.
The mission of the Sport Club Leadership Team is to provide avenues for clubs to learn from each other, to act as a liaison between the clubs and the Sport Club Office, and to promote the Sport Club program throughout the University.
Interested in joining? We are currently accepting applications! Please email [[dwgardner, Daniel Gardner]], for an application.
Contact the Leadership Board with your thoughts, suggestions, concerns, and questions at [[rsclub, firstname.lastname@example.org]]
Student Leadership Development Resources
As recognized student organizations, Sport Clubs have opportunities to participate in leadership training programs offered through Student Leadership Development.