Student Government Leaders Discuss the Power of NCLC's Training Events
October 15, 2019
Story by Jordan Baker
The National Campus Leadership Council (NCLC) cultivates, strengthens, and advances student leadership in higher education. Our two main annual events, Campus Con (fall) and Presidential Leadership Summit (spring/summer), have empowered thousands of student body leaders at more than 500 colleges and universities around the country to develop the tools, networks, and skills necessary to be effective leaders. We invite you to view several videos where SGA leaders and student advocates discuss the power and value of these events.
Payton Head, former Missouri Student Association President, discusses how NCLC’s conferences made him a better leader and taught him how to empower other students
Laura Post Home, Chief Program Officer at Active Minds, highlights how these events to connect students to a network of other leaders to help them collectively become more effective leaders faster.
Emily Sackett discusses how NCLC’s Campus Con and Presidential leadership helped to accelerate her ability to engage and activate students for the benefit of The University of the Pacific’s student body and administration.
NCLC continuously strives to deliver programming that strengthens student voice in higher education. Whether you’re an incoming member of a student government association passionate about elevating student voices on campus or student affairs professional guiding today’s student leaders, we want to provide you with new training and resources to make your school year a success.
That is why we are bringing student leaders and student affairs professionals together for personalized group training sessions at this year’s CampusCon event. Register for CampusCon Central by visiting our event website at www.campuscon.org.
Tickets are still available for all group sizes, including new day passes starting at $50!
© 2020 National Campus Leadership Council