L.E.A.P. Summit - Civic Commitment 2011
Leaders Engaging in Action through Passion L.E.A.P. Summit
November 11-12, 2011
University of Northern Colorado
Embassy Suites, Loveland, Colorado
The L.E.A.P. Summit is a summit designed by the Center for Honors, Scholars and Leadership in order to teach emerging leaders concepts of civic commitment. Through speakers, seminars, and interactive activities, students will develop action steps to become more involved as a leader in their community.
The Summit is available to undergraduate students affiliated with UNC.
There are four tracks from which students can select:
- Public Policy: Learn about how today’s issues often revolve around public order, legal measures at the state and national level, and how they affect the inner workings of government and community. You have a voice and can use it to bring about change. Bios of Speakers
- Humanitarianism: Explore efforts that have been made to improve the quality of life for all people. You can help develop and initiate new ideas regarding human welfare and social/environmental reform. Bios of Speakers
- Global Community: Discover the bigger picture: nations collaborating around varying causes, agendas, and interests. Learn more about how you can become an active citizen of the world and contribute to our global society. Bios of Speakers
- Local Involvement: Discuss the importance, impact, and opportunities of getting involved in your own backyard. You can immerse yourself in your community and make a positive difference. Bios of Speakers
- Biographies of Keynote Speakers
The L.E.A.P. Summit, 2011, is hosted by the University of Northern Colorado's Center for Honors, Scholars, and Leadership, with suport from Housing and Residential Education and the Office of Student Engagement.
This event is by students, for students, designed by the Summit Planning Committee and the Center for Honors, Scholars & Leadership