Stevens is committed to providing opportunities for students to develop and sharpen their leadership capacities.
Leaders Impacting Technology (L.I.T.)
The Stevens Leadership Impacting Technology (L.I.T.) program empowers students to become involved in various facets of campus and community life, from individual leadership development to positional leadership roles in student organizations, as well as participation in community service programs. For more information on getting involved, please contact Student Life.
• Emerging Leaders Impacting Technology: aids students in developing the confidence, knowledge, and interpersonal skills needed to be impactful and responsible leaders. Through discussion and interactive exercises, students will have the opportunity to examine their own leadership potential as well as to apply newly acquired skills.
• Advancing Leaders Impacting Technology: focuses on community-based leadership theories. Specifically, they are designed to help students build upon their leadership experience and present methods that can be utilized to maximize the student’s impact on an organization and the community. The relationship leadership model will frame the content through five components—being purposeful, empowering, process-oriented, ethical, and inclusive. Students will learn how the components inform their own processes of decision-making regarding organizational leadership.
• Leaders Impacting Technology Retreat: is a one-day program at an off-site camp that provides students the opportunity to develop leadership skills, practice team building, and create a community here at Stevens in an effort to inspire new and current leaders to get involved and foster a holistic student experience here on campus.
Leadership Paths Series
Members of Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) will receive officer training each semester through the Leadership Paths Series to help develop their leadership skills, learn best practices for organizational management and provide opportunities for rising RSO leaders and members to contribute to their organizations. The workshops focus on varying topics relevant to RSO leaders, such as communication styles, motivating the middle, program planning, and leveraging club members' strengths in order to be successful RSOs. Available workshops for the semester can be found on DuckLink.
Peer Leaders are a team of dedicated students who want to mentor and guide new students through summer engagement programs, Pre-Orientation, Orientation Week, and the first year of college. Applications and information sessions are held at the beginning of the spring semester. For more information, email us at [email protected].