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The mission of Eastfield College is to provide excellence in teaching and learning.

Eastfield College Student Leadership Development Program

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“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.”
-- John Fitzgerald Kennedy

E-LEAD is a comprehensive leadership training program for currently enrolled students designed to encourage students to see themselves as leaders and give them practical and adaptable skills for future opportunities.

E-LEAD students learn to lead on campus through membership in clubs and organizations, Student Government Association, Campus Activity Board, HarveSTARS, and Student Ambassadors.  E-LEAD students have the knowledge and training to make a difference in the lives of students on campus as well as in the community. 

E-LEAD Students will…

  • Develop their personal leadership philosophy
  • Identify their core values and beliefs
  • Understand difference in leadership styles
  • Grow communications skills and manage conflict more effectively
  • Learn strategies for decision making
  • Build relationships
  • Understand diverse cultures

Fall & Spring (2015-2016) Schedule is currently under construction.  Workshops and training sessions will be offered on Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m.  E-mail 4StudentLife@dcccd.edu for more information. 

Reward and recognition await those willing to accept the challenge and become a

Recognized E-LEADER!

Core Components

What is leadership? (Introduction to leadership)
Knowledge Basics: Competence & Confidence

Leadership Concentrations

Leading Self: Self-Awareness, Leadership Styles and Theory, Communication, Financial Literacy, Time Management, Using Parliamentary Procedure
Leading Others: Creating & Sharing Your Vision, The Art of Delegation, TRUE Teamwork-Building Strong Teams, Advocacy, Building Trusting Relationships, Diversity and Inclusion
Leading by Serving: Join a club, SGA, HarveSTARS, Student Ambassadors, Service Learning or participate in community service.

 

Sponsored by Student Life

4StudentLife@dcccd.edu

Room C-141   -   972-860-7185