Begins: October 2, 2018
The UBC Community Leadership Program (CLP) is an opportunity for UBC staff and graduate students to explore their leadership skills and gain insights into how communities thrive.
CLP gives participants the opportunity to:
- Gain experience in dealing with uncertainty and changing environments
- Be involved in a unique learning opportunity where theories of leadership can be tested in real-life situations
- Practice project management in a community setting with a team of UBC students
- Enhance your leadership capacity
The UBC Community Leadership Program (CLP) is an innovative leadership development opportunity designed for emerging staff leaders and provides an opportunity for learners to explore leadership concepts and principles in a cohort learning environment through a series of interactive, participatory workshops and experiential learning.
Participants learn and apply new leadership skills over the course of the fall, culminating in leading a group of UBC undergraduate students during the February UBC Reading Week with a three-day community-service learning project in a school or non-profit organization. In addition to developing their own leadership skills, project leaders support UBC students to cultivate their own leadership capacity and reflect on some of the real issues in community.
Visit www.clp.ubc.ca for more information and to learn about the impact of last year's program.
Join us for one of our two information sessions on:
July 12, 2018 from 12-1pm
July 23, 2018 from 12-1pm
To register for one of these dates, please click on the options underneath Available Sessions on the right side of this page.
If you are a graduate student, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.