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2017 STUDENT LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

On Saturday, March 4th from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm at Cedar Valley College in Dallas for the 3rd Annual Leadership event designed specifically for Students in the Dallas / Ft. Worth metroplex.

With a host of motivational speakers and presenters, this unique event will provide a wealth of knowledge for students beginning their transition from high school to college.  Students will participate in hands-on student leadership sessions, engage in critical dialogue, establish and maintain relationships with like-minded student leaders, and connect with professionals from higher education, the public and private sector. Participation in the SLS will grow leader development and strengthen important skills such as: self-awareness, communication, team building, embracing diversity and more.

JOIN US

On Saturday, March 4th from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm at Cedar Valley College in Dallas for the 3rd Annual Leadership event designed specifically for Students in the Dallas / Ft. Worth metroplex.

With a host of motivational speakers and presenters, this unique event will provide a wealth of knowledge for students beginning their transition from high school to college.  Students will participate in hands-on student leadership sessions, engage in critical dialogue, establish and maintain relationships with like-minded student leaders, and connect with professionals from higher education, the public and private sector. Participation in the SLS will grow leader development and strengthen important skills such as: self-awareness, communication, team building, embracing diversity and more.

WHY SLS?

WHY SLS?

  • Empower student leaders with the skills necessary to make an impact on their campuses and in their career;

  • Establish networks and important connections to other student leaders and professionals;

  • Expose student leaders to various career and future opportunities;

  • Energize students to harness their leadership experiences to make real change on their campus, in their communities and beyond.

WHO'S INVITED?

ALL STUDENTS: 9th - 11th Grade