Leadership Development Courses & Opportunities

Sophomore Leadership Learning Community

Sophomore students can choose to live in this residence hall community that focuses on leadership as social change.  Students live and learn together through coursework, community service and other engaging opportunities outside of the classroom.  LLC students attend the EMV Leadership Retreat and take a Social Change City Trip to see leadership in action.

  • Ready to apply? Apply today at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZPCK6HS
  • Questions? The FAQs sheet is a great place to start.
  • Still need more information? E-mail jesusromero@purdue.edu and we’ll connect you to past participants so you can get the insider information.
  • Applications are due on Friday, December 4.

Foundations of Leadership Course

EDPS 30000-11 (CRN: 18290) is a 3-credit course that will be offered Spring 2016 and satisfies graduation requirements for many programs (see flyer). The class is an opportunity to develop your leadership potential through personal inventories and exploration of personal and social identities. You will also learn how to apply leadership for the common good with hands on experience in the community. Please contact Jesus Romero at jesusromero@purdue.edu or 765-496-2452 with any questions.