The Office of Engagement and Inclusion hosts a variety of ongoing workshops, speakers, discussions and events focused on leadership development. Programs are crafted to engage students in self-exploration, reflection and critical thinking. These activities help students uncover their strengths, passions, and capabilities, and create pathways for positive action in their community.
The Cardoner Scholars leadership program is open to first or second-year students who want to deepen their leadership skills and elevate their transformative Marquette education. This experience will take a cohort of students through an Ignatian-centered leadership development curriculum with its namesake attributed to St. Ignatius of Loyola’s pivotal moments of reflection while on the bed of the River Cardoner in Spain.
Arrupe Ambassadors is a cohort-based program hosted primarily for juniors and seniors focusing specifically on social justice, vocation, and reflection with guest speakers and collaboration from across campus. This program will take students through a reflection-based leadership development curriculum and help them reflect on their purpose as they look beyond college to set the world on fire. Its namesake is attributed to Fr. Pedro Arrupe, a Jesuit leader whose words and legacy inspired the content of this program.
Below are some of the many leadership topics used to ground our programming:
- Community Engagement
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Effective Communication
- Leadership in Student Governance
- Leadership in Student Organizations
- Multicultural Leadership
- Non-positional Leadership
- Personal Strengths and Personal Leadership Style
- Self-Awareness and Identity
- Time Management
- Transformational Leadership
Are you interested in collaborating and creating a leadership program with the Office of Engagement and Inclusion? Email email@example.com for more information.