February 14-16, 2014 – The University of Arizona: Tucson, Arizona
The National Collegiate Leadership Conference is a student-run annual conference that serves as the cornerstone of the
leadership experience and training for hundreds of college students across the nation. Each year, over 600 students
from schools in over 20 states come to NCLC to learn about leadership. The philosophy of NCLC is that service,
social justice, and leadership are all connected. Thus, the programming for this conference offers students a variety
of opportunities to learn, understand, interact with, experience, participate in, engage in, and reflect on service,
social justice, and leadership.
March 15-19, 2013 – Baltimore, Maryland
NASPA announces a fresh, innovative approach to the NASPA Annual Conference that will redefine and surpass expectations
from any previous conference experience! The event is a four-day gathering of student affairs professionals who come
together to learn, grow, and be inspired. Whether you’re presenting or an active participant, the NASPA Annual
Conference is the single best professional development and networking opportunity for you.
April 3-6, 2014 – Arlington, Virginia
NCSL's spring and fall conferences equip collegiate student leaders and their advisors with comprehensive tools to
achieve their leadership potential and positively impact their campuses and communities through practical, focused
training and opportunities to collaborate with other student leaders. Students from across the country have attended
NCSL conference for over 30 years, making it the premier event in student leadership training.
April 24-26, 2014 – Indianapolis, Indiana
The Conference brings together scholars and practitioners from the entire spectrum of leadership including corporate
leadership, not-for-profit leadership, religious leadership, educational leadership, medical leadership, and political
leadership. The Forum will feature papers and panels from all academic disciplines. A primary purpose of this
conference is to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and facilitate the exchange of ideas on the broad subject of
June 9-13, 2014 – Springfield, Massachusetts
The Social Justice Training Institute provides a forum for the professional and personal development of social justice educators and practitioners to enhance and refine their skills and competencies to create greater inclusion for all members of the campus community.
July 14-17, 2014 – University of Tampa: Tampa, Florida
The National Leadership Symposium is a professional development experience designed for faculty members, student affairs professionals, and other educators involved with promoting leadership education at colleges and universities. The program is coordinated by the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) and the National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs (NCLP). The Symposium includes a variety of formats, exercises and conversations to engage different learning styles and preferences, both introverted and extroverted. Given the immersive learning environment of the Symposium, it is advised that registrants have significant professional experience in leadership education. In order to fully engage in the Symposium learner community, participants are expected to have read several selected readings in advance of the arriving for the NLS experience. The National Leadership Symposium is designed for an intimate collegial learning environment of 50 participants. Your engagement will involve intense periods for learning in the large community, small group, and individual levels.
July 15-18, 2014 – Colorado State University: Fort Collins, Colorado
July 20-25, 2014 – Prague, Czech Republic
This week-long forum on world politics, international relations and justice will bring together prominent university students from across the globe for an open-minded exchange of ideas concerning the future of world leadership. The objective of the IYLC is to facilitate dialogue and cooperation across an ethnically diverse and socially responsible group of young international leaders. The conference is designed to encourage social interaction and networking in a cross-cultural learning environment by means of the following interrelated activities:
October 2-5, 2014 – Washngton, D.C.
This intensive four-day national summit will allow Student Government leaders and advisors at your college or university to share ideas and solutions, receive training and personal consultations from the acclaimed ASGA staff of SG experts, and to network with your peers from colleges and universities of all types nationwide.
Conscious Leading for Global Change: Emergence of our Collective Realities
October 30-November 2, 2014 – San Diego, California
Our desire in constructing this year’s conference and theme track was to explore
our interconnected world and how what we do in one place impacts, inspires, and
influences what happens elsewhere on the planet. In this 21st century, leaders have
an urgent need to reflect and act locally and globally, and with great resilience,
while dealing with myriad economic, social, and environmental crises and disasters.
December 2014 – Long Beach, California
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