The Alliance for Servant-Leadership (ASL) is a learning community that exists to provide opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and external public of Indiana State University to develop their servant-leadership potential and to apply that potential in the service of personal and organizational improvement.
The Center enhances the education of students for responsible citizenship and effective leadership.The Center is a comprehensive leadership development program, offering both curricular and noncurricular components. Multiple programs are designed to meet the needs of students and staff and the Center has numerous partnerships with community organizations.
The Center for Leadership at Northwestern University offers students an introductory Leadership Course and a Leadership Certificate. The Certificate coursework includes the opportunity to take on a major leadership project of particular interest to the student. The Center also offers a Fellowship in Leadership for Ph.D. students and for high potential staff who work with Northwestern students. Beyond the core program offerings, the Center provides custom services for all students, faculty, academic departments and programs, and student affairs programs at Northwestern.
“At TLU, we know that transformation happens through relationships. We grow the most when we learn and do with community partners, rather than for them. TLU faculty and staff design service and civic engagement projects to invigorate learning about community, personal civic identity, and the strengths of both academic and community knowledge. Learning boldly and living to inspire doesn’t wait until graduation – its an everyday experience at TLU.”
The Higdon Student Leadership Center at the College of Charleston focuses on developing leadership as a life skill. They believe that leadership is a process, and have many programs to engage and prepare students. The Center aligns its goals with the core values of the College to promote positive citizenship.
The iLEAD: Servant Leadership Experience empowers students throughout their college career to aspire to affect both immediate and long-term change in order to transform their community and the lives of the marginalized in our society.
The Illinois Leadership Center offers a variety of programs to develop the leadership skills of all University of Illinois students. In addition to a certificate program, the center also offers many leadership workshops and LeaderShape. The center also supports faculty and staff who are interested in pursuing teaching or research related to leadership.
The Leadership Center at Morehouse College, an academic center located on the campus of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, is training a new generation of leaders to address pressing contemporary ethical and social concerns, especially those affecting African American life and culture.
The mission of The Luckyday Foundation Citizenship Scholars Program is to provide Mississippi residents with the opportunity to pursue a higher education through intentional student engagement, structured personal development, and financial support.
The Office of Student Development sponsors a number of activities designed to help students reflect on experience and understand the process of leadership and how their contributions can make a positive impact on their community.
Milligan College’s goal is to help students explore their vocational choices from the perspective of a calling to ministry. This is built on a strong academic curriculum rooted in the liberal arts and a Christian worldview. The Milligan Institute for Servant Leadership, directed by Beth Anderson, serves to encourage and champion the college’s mission of servant leadership throughout the college’s activities — both in and out of the classroom.
The creation of the steering committee was inspired by recent discussions on campus — including in the pages of The Daily Princetonian — about whether women undergraduates are realizing their fullest academic potential and seeking opportunities for leadership at the same rate and in the same manner as their male colleagues.
In Servant Leadership: A Path to High Performance, individuals will learn how becoming accountable to those who typically account to you can deepen working relationships, strengthen employee and customer satisfaction, and re-engage the emotional drivers of success across your sphere of influence.
The course objective include: (1) draw connections between servant leadership, civic engagement, and what it means to be an engaged citizen, (2) increase awareness and understanding of social issues and needs of the Waco Community, (3) collaborate, design and implement a group project to address an identified need with a Waco ISD partner, (4) to engage in dialogues on social responsibility and on matters of leadership and social issues, and (5) to meaningfully engage in service, building relationships with a community agency and community members.
At TWC, students, faculty and staff are committed to learning, serving, leading and believing. A TWC Servant Leader exhibits a commitment to serving others, believes they can make a difference in the lives of others, and displays leadership skills of effective communication, information literacy, teamwork, critical thinking, and global awareness.