Lawrence Tech University is distinguished for its integration of leadership principles into the curriculum and the development of the next generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, and global thinkers, starting with students in their first year. The Office of Leadership Programs oversees all academic and extra-curricular programs that are dedicated to leadership education and development, and community service and involvement. Lawrence Tech is the first university of its kind to commit to leadership education for all of its undergraduates. We work to ensure all students develop their leadership skills with an emphasis on character, integrity, and professionalism.
On Campus Screening of 'HOME' and Scholarship Competition for Engineering Students
'HOME', a Yann Arthus-Bertrand documentary, shows various parts of the Earth, what the world is composed of, and focuses on the effects humanity has on the Earth. 'HOME' will be shown on Thursday, November 14 at 7:00 p.m. in A200. Following the showing of the documentary, engineering students will be broken into teams of three. Each team will present a business plan connecting KEEN outcomes to the environmental and humanitarian issues presented in the film. The presentations will be judged by faculty members and the winners will be awarded with a $500 scholarship. Not only do participating students have the opportunity to win a scholarship, but pizza and drinks will also be provided for all attendees!
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LDR 2001 Veteran Teaching Assistants Applications
Due by December 10th
This role will allow LTU Veterans to share their experiences while gaining a new leadership perspective within the classroom. Teaching assistants will be responsible for working with the course instructor to develop lesson plans, class discussions, and leadership activities while completing their own academic course assignments at the direction of the course instructor. Teaching assistants will receive a tuition waiver for LDR 2001 and course credit upon successful completion of all responsibilities and objectives.
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Teaching English in China Applications- July 2014
Due by January 15, 2014
This program brings native English speakers to China to teach English and American culture to Chinese students, ranging from elementary through high school. Program partcipantes team teach for five 50 min periods, five days a week for 3 weeks. Host schools provide two weekend tours and excursions for visiting teachers. Curriculum topics are provided, but curriculum modification and development are done by the program participants before the trip. Students live in hotels near the school sites, in developed areas of China. Meals are provided by the host schools.
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SERVICE SATURDAY with Vista Maria
Saturday, December 7, 10am-2pm
with Vista Maria- www.vistamaria.org
Volunteers must register here: http://tinyurl.com/
Space is limited.
Contact: Brandon Schwandt firstname.lastname@example.org
Leadership Seminar Series presents:
Michael Burton, Director of Interior Design, General Motors
Monday, November 18, 12-1pm in M218
Please welcome Michael Burton, who is the director of interior design, front-wheel drive platforms at General Motors Corp. (GM). Burton grew up in Lansing, Michigan. Burton led the design team that created the interior of the Buck Enclave, a three-row, large crossover vehicle that is receiving critical acclaim. Burton has been an automotive designer for almost 30 years and he is one of the few car designers who has worked at all three domestic automakers including Ford, Chrysler and GM. This will be a dynamic and informative seminar that you won't want to miss!