Throughout the year, you will receive emails about leadership opportunities well suited for engineering students. In addition, you can request to have staff from the Office of International & Leadership Programs tailor a leadership workshop for your group. The staff is trained in MBTI (personality indicator), True Colors (leadership assessment tool), and StrengthsQuest (leadership assessment tool) and have expertise in group and organizational development. Contact Ramsey Jabaji at email@example.com to set up a meeting to discuss possibilities.
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Engineering Leadership Experiences
In a recent study of employers and what skills they are most looking for in college student, the following landed in the top 10:
- Communication skills
- Teamwork skills
- Problem solving skills
- Interpersonal skills
Engineering leadership opportunities are designed to promote student leadership development and enhance the skills employers are most looking for. The following leadership opportunities are an excellent way of enhancing your leadership skills.
One of the best ways to enhance your leadership skills is to practice engaging in leadership. Student led organizations are a perfect way of practicing leadership. Explore the following:
Engineering Student Organizations
- Engineers Without Borders
- Engineering Student Council
- Engineering Alternative Breaks
- Engineering Student Society Officers for 2016/2017
The A. James Clark School of Engineering offers a Minor in Engineering Leadership Development. In addition, students not enrolled in the Minor may take advantage of several courses in engineering leadership. Visit the coursework page for more information.
Engineering Alternative Spring Break Program
Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trips have been gaining popularity the past few years. But what exactly is an alternative spring break trip? By participating in ASB, students forego traditional spring break trips to engage in a week of community service-learning. Groups travel to different locations and work on a variety of projects, typically related to a social or civic issue. Working in teams enables students to learn more about themselves, develop valuable leadership skills, and gain awareness about social and civic issues and the communities that are affected.
Recent E-ASB trips have traveled to North Carolina, Florida, and Mississippi to work with Habitat For Humanity.
Engineers Without Borders
Engineers Without Borders is a non-profit organization that partners with communities to improve their quality of life through implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects, while developing internationally responsible engineering students. Find out more!