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HESA Leadership Course

HESA 2191 examines leadership and builds personal competencies using the lens of personal identity combined with three-pillar Student Affairs philosophy of:

  • Student Leadership
  • Community Living
  • Student Learning

The course is required for those pursuing a Community Mentor position

 

HESA Timeline:

  • November 9: Registration begins
  • January 15: Registration end
  • January 18-22: Classes commence
  • March 8-12: Classes end
  • March 18-19: Interviews for student positions commence

Testimonials

“My favorite part of the job is being able to establish a bond among a multitude of unique individuals while putting them in successful situations that they are passionate about.” Brenden, Village D Community Mentor

 

“Being a CM is a great leadership opportunity and a great way to help students stay motivated by getting them connected to campus.” Roneisha, Booker-Stinchcomb  Community Mentor

 

"Now more than ever, we are seeing the importance of community and connection between individuals. That's why being a CM is so fulfilling, you get to witness and be a part of a community forming." Jensen, Village A, C and D Community Mentor

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