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1110 Adele H. Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742



MLEAD Facilitators lead experiential learning activities, guide conversations and synthesize group ideas, effectively shaping experiences for participants. For the Spring 2018 semester we are looking for facilitators to join our Terrapin Leadership Institute (TLI) and Leadership Conferences teams.

Applications are now available on OrgSync.

Due by 11:59 pm on Nov. 3rd.

What it means

1 + 2 = 3. It is easy to teach someone why this is true, and to instruct them of the steps it takes to 3. But have you ever thought about what it might mean to facilitate someone’s journey of understanding as to how and why 1+2 does in fact equal 3? How can you get someone to arrive at this realization on their own?

Rather than arithmetic, our dedicated facilitators lead participants through a journey of leadership development. By facilitating activities and reflective group dialogues, facilitators help participants understand leadership concepts ranging from the benefits of collaboration, to the dynamics of power across identity groups in the workplace. We believe the best learning happenings when participants do it themselves, with merely a guiding hand from the facilitators!


What does the role entail? Being a facilitator with the M-LEAD Program is a commitment, and we do expect you to work to uphold that commitment! Review the full description of the facilitation positions available here. Major requirements include:

  • New Facilitator Orientation: Choose from sessions on Nov. 29th or Dec. 1st

  • New Facilitator Training: Friday, Feb. 2nd, 4:00 pm-8:00 pm

  • Weekly, 2-hour Learning Communities: Every Monday 5:30-7:30 pm starting Feb. 5th

  • Specific TLI or Conference program dates (You can find more info about those programs here!)


As a Maryland LEADer, you will serve others, while also bettering yourself! Some potential benefits include…

  • Being accepted in a cohort of like-minded, socially-conscious and action-oriented peers.

  • Entering into a safe space where you can practice your facilitation skills in order to lead highly effective deep, meaningful dialogues among peers.

  • The chance to catalyze your own personal development journey as you learn about yourself as a social changemaker and the ways you can lead change in any community you belong to.

  • Fun, friends and family!!!