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Freshman Leadership Connection

The Freshman Leadership Connection (FLC) is a unique opportunity for first year KU undergraduate students to get involved on campus and learn the basics of leadership in an exciting and innovative way. Over 10 weeks in the spring semester, FLC participants will engage in a series of leadership workshops that revolve around small and large group discussions, team building activities, and campus/community engagement. Topics covered include group dynamics, diversity, leadership theory and practice, ethics and values, conflict management, and the development of your leadership identity.

Each FLC participant will be paired with an upperclassman peer leadership mentor. These mentors operate as a campus and community resource for their mentees, as well as being an observable example of the qualities, character and actions of a student leader.

Participant Qualifications
Membership is limited to first year KU undergraduate students.  Students must have a minimum GPA of 2.50 to participate.

For more information, contact kulead@ku.edu.


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