Save the Date for the Student Leaders Forum
September 8th and 12th, 2016 | 7-10pm, SOCH
In the past, the OSL offered leadership development workshops to help student leaders build leadership and management skills. This year, we are working to transition workshops online to ensure student leaders can access the resources when needed.
Based on your feedback, in place of workshops, the Office of Student Life has begun hosting a Student Leaders Forum where student leaders can come together and engage in meaningful conversation. This year, we will hold two sessions. Sessions will be held on Thursday, September 8th and Monday, September 12th from 7-10pm in the SOCH. We are thrilled to announce that Rakesh Khurana, Dean of Harvard College, will deliver the keynote address at each session. Following the address, there will be peer-led small-group discussions where student leaders will discuss socially responsible leadership.
One executive officer (e.g. president, vice president) is expected to participate in one of the two offered Student Leaders Forum sessions to satisfy the requirement. The participant must be listed as an officer on theHub in order for a group's attendance to count. Please note that each student leader is only allowed to represent one organization at each session and that all attendees should be filling out their own RSVP forms. Note: The maximum capacity of each session is 300 and we will close a session once it reaches 300 RSVPs.
Failure to send a listed officer to one of the forums will result in your group potentially losing its recognition with the College. This means that your group would not be eligible to receive college funding, reserve space, or use the Harvard College name.
Additionally, please contact Jatnna Amador, Manager of the SOCH, at email@example.com by Thursday, September 1st if you are interested in learning more about leading a small group discussion.
Individuals requiring accommodations or information requiring accessibility should contact the Accessible Education Office at 617-496-8707 or firstname.lastname@example.org.