Students reflect on engaged experiences, leadership
By Daniel Aloi

Twenty students recently completed a leadership program that gave them a chance to reflect and build on their community-engaged learning experiences.

The Certificate in Engaged Leadership program, administered by the Office of Engagement Initiatives (OEI), aims to foster change and build continuity in leadership with a public purpose among group participants, on campus and beyond.

Through a weekly series of interactive capstone dialogues this semester, meeting first at the Engaged Cornell Hub in Kennedy Hall and continuing online, two student cohorts shared transformational experiences in contributing to local and global communities for the public good. They discussed their commitments and models of change, what they learned, and their plans and goals for future engagement with communities.

Read the full article in the Cornell Chronicle