TLI Introductory Track (5 weeks): Intro engages with concepts like leadership styles, ethics, identity, collaboration and communication to develop increased understanding of the sequential nature of leadership -- self-leadership, effective teamwork, and ultimately practicing socially responsible leadership in one’s community. Perfect for emerging leaders! No prior formal leadership experience necessary! Choose from ONE of three weekly meeting times:
Tuesdays from 5:30-7:00pm (Oct. 1st to Oct. 29th)
Wednesdays from 4:30-6:00pm (Oct. 2nd to Oct. 30th)
Thursdays from 5:30-7:00pm (Oct. 3rd to Oct. 31st)
TLI for College Park Scholars Track (5 weeks): Uniquely for the College Park Scholars Living-Learning Program, this introduction to leadership will allow students to develop their personal leadership styles amidst a Scholars-specific context. Students will explore concepts like leadership styles, ethics, identity, collaboration and communication to develop increased understanding of the sequential nature of leadership -- self-leadership, effective teamwork, and ultimately practicing socially responsible leadership in one’s community. This track is held in the Cambridge Community Center and shapes dialogue around the shared goals/mission of TLI and Scholars.
Wednesdays 6:30-8:00pm (Oct. 2nd to Oct. 30th)
TLI Plus Track (5 weeks): Designed for those who have previous exposure to leadership theory, styles, and experiences, the TLI Plus track examines advanced leadership topics. Activities and dialogue center on authority and power, conflict management, personal and group responsibility, and sustainability. This is beneficial for students who are currently in leadership roles, or who are seeking to take on roles in the future.
***NOTE: Participants MUST have completed a previous Maryland LEAD program (TLI Intro, Maryland Leadership Conference, Summit, or Turtle Camp) or hold a leadership role on campus to register for this track.
Tuesdays 7:00-8:30pm (Oct. 1st to Oct. 29th)
TLI Student Organization Track (NEW!) (5 weeks): Having trouble motivating your members? Not sure how to translate your leadership skills to your organization? This track is designed specifically for you! Over five weeks, you will participate in hands-on activities and critical dialogue with a small group of peers. This track focuses on organizational dynamics and development centered around structural, relational, and cultural aspects of student organizations. Perfect for student organization leaders looking to lead and develop their organization.
Thursdays 6:00-7:30pm (Oct. 3rd to Oct. 31st)