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


Welcome to the Maryland LEAD Program

The world needs people who are passionate, skilled, and community-driven. 

In Maryland LEAD, we believe that can be YOU. 


Through the Maryland Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program, you can discover your potential, develop your abilities to practice socially responsible leadership, and dive into a community of change makers. Join us and become the leader that the world needs.


Apply for the Maryland-Memphis Leadership Exchange

Through the new Maryland-Memphis Leadership Exchange program, you'll explore social justice and community-based leadership within the context of interconnected social issues and communities in Washington DC metro area, Memphis, nationally, and worldwide. Through two four-day immersion experiences, one in Memphis and one in Washington DC, students from both University of Memphis and University of Maryland will meet with community and campus leaders, engage with nonprofit agency staff, and are engaged in interactive leadership learning environments with peers. 

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Applications due November 27th!

Explore Leadership through the Baltimore Queer Community

Through an immersive, four-day civic engagement program, Collegetown Underground, you'll deepen your connection with the inspiring community of Baltimore in the backyard of where you live and study. Collegetown Underground 2019  will highlight the LGBTQ and ally community. Students will explore the history of the Queer community in Baltimore, learn about engagement opportunities with activism and creative placemaking, and connect with community and campus leaders around shared interests for the LGBTQ and ally community.

The program will take place January 18th-21st. Just 30 students from among 13 area colleges and universities will be selected to participate.

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Applications are due December 1st. 

Facilitate at the MOSAIC Leadership & Identity Retreat

Core group facilitators (CGFs) are a critical component of MOSAIC. As a CGF, you will have the opportunity to interact with and help shape the learning of current and future campus leaders and to think about complex issues relates to diversity and leadership. Through this event, you will have an opportunity to see students learn about themselves, better understand identity and social inequality, and how to engage in socially responsible leadership within their communities. Facilitators will  be in pairs and each pair should expect to co-facilitate learning for a small group of 7 to 10 students.

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Applications are due by 11:59 pm on December 4, 2018 

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