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LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS & DEVELOPMENT
Hiram College and the Office of Campus Involvement provide a variety of opportunities for students to enhance their leadership skills and to empower them to assume roles in all forms of leadership on campus and beyond.
Our mission at Hiram College is to enable students of all ages to develop as intellectually alive, socially responsible, ethical citizens ready for leadership and for continuous personal and professional growth.
Do you want to make an impact at Hiram College through leadership and dedication? We select and guide Hiram’s leaders through a process called LAP (Leadership Application Process) to fill many leadership positions on campus.
Positions available include:
- International Peer Assistant
- Orientation Leader
- Out of State Peer Assistant
- Peer Mentor
- Resident Assistant
- Service Leader
- Terrier Welcome Team
- Welcome Center Staff Member
The LAP process happens in the spring semester and is coordinated through the Office of Campus Involvement. The process includes an online application, individual interviews, and group process.
STUDENT LEADERSHIP AWARDS
Each spring semester, the Office of Campus Involvement coordinates the annual Student Leadership Awards. The Student Leadership Awards honor and celebrate the achievements of our student leaders, organizations, and advisors in the categories of Individual Leadership, Organization Awards, and Program Awards. Honorees may self-apply or be nominated and are selected through a committee of staff members.
STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT LUNCHEONS
Student leadership development luncheons are offered and hosted by various staff at Hiram College. These luncheons compliment a students co-curricular experience and help students develop invaluable skills such as communication, teamwork, awareness of self and others, ethical decision making, and many more life skills.