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The SRJC Center for Student Leadership
Schedule for 2013-14

This year the CSL is exploring a unique theme about leadership, using the TED talks online.

(www.ted.com)

These talks are approx. 20 minutes long and will allow participants to engage in stimulating conversations afterwards.

Our intention is to create a supportive, inspiring and engaging exploration around leadership development using projected talks.

Wednesdays, Noon-1pm, FREE and open to the entire community

Center for Student Leadership-First Floor Bertolini Building

August 28, 2013, Listen, learn - then lead, Stanley McChrystal (16 mins.)

September 25, 2013, Dare to Disagree, Margaret Hefferman, (13 mins.), & Everyday Leadership, Drew Dudley, (7 mins.)

October 23, 2013, How to Start a Movement, Derek Sivers, (4mins.) & Learning From Leaderships Missing Manual, Fields Wicker Miurin, (16 mins.)

November 20, 2013, How Great Leaders Inspire Action, Simon Sinek, (18 mins.)

December 18, 2013, The Transformational Power of Classical Music, Benjamin Zander, (20 mins. )

January 29, 2014, A Life of Purpose, Rick Warren, (20 mins.)

February 26, 2014, Lead Like the Great Conductors, Itay Talgam, (20 mins.)

March 26, 2014, Why We Have Too Few Women Leaders, Sheryl Sandberg, (15 mins)

April 23, 2014, The Power of Vulnerability, Brene Brown, (20 mins.)

May 14, 2014, Bring On The Learning Environment, Ken Robinson, (17 min.)

 

The SRJC Center for Student Leadership is a component of Student Affairs

"Student learning and development are the cornerstones for attending college. Learning and development occur both inside and outside the classroom settings. The courses a student take helps him or her acquire knowledge and skills, think analytically and logically, and acquire specialized learning applicable to a specific job or vocation. Other important facets of learning and development occur outside the classroom. One that is of particular importance is the development of leadership skills. The Center for Student Leadership is a laboratory for the study and contemplation of leadership development. The hearthstone of the Centers' vision is the focus on preparing students to become principled students and citizens. Through its programs and services, the Center seeks to help the college not merely graduate students prepared for the complex world, but graduate leaders prepared to change the complex world".

 

Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges