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L.E.A.D.

Purpose

Assist young women within the Residential Communities while developing skills to become prominent leaders within their classes and communities. Young women will develop leadership of critical, moral and courageous thinking, along with public and communal responsibility and vision, which commends the value of democracy.

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Qualifications

 Mentees
  • Must be enrolled at the University full-time.
  • Must obtain a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.75, however not falling below a 2.5.
  • Must be in good standing with the University and surrounding community.
Leading Ladies
  • Must be enrolled at the University full-time.
  • Must have been enrolled at the University for two (2) consecutive regular semesters preceding her candidacy for interview.
  • Must possess a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 at the time of filing; however not falling below a 2.8 throughout her term.
  • Mentors who have a GPA of 2.8 will become a General Council Member.
  • Must have earned a minimum of thirty-six (36) credit hours.
  • Must be in good standing with the University and surrounding community
  • Must be able to serve the term of that position.
  • Leading Ladies will be chosen based upon application, presentation, & interview.

Contact

Donyell Baba
Advisor & Renaissance Hall Community Director
910-672-2295 | leadingladymentors@gmail.com

Barbara Cohen
Co-Advisor & Hood Hall Community Director 
910-672-2334 | leadingladymentors@gmail.com

Take The L.E.A.D.

If you are interested in participating in this mentoring program, please complete one of the applications below. Please provide descriptive information in order to match each mentee with a suitable mentor. Upon completion, email the application to one of the L.E.A.D. team members above.


 

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