ICL 2021: Sunday, August 22 - Tuesday, August 24
**Please note this year ICL will be held in-person. **
The Institute for Citizen Leaders (ICL) is a 2.5-day institute hosted by units across GW’s Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE) that explores the intersections of community engagement and diversity, preparing students for their roles as leaders in community and civic engagement both on campus and in the D.C. community.
Students have the opportunity to interact and work with GW administrators, faculty, staff and expert facilitators to understand the core values and vision of cultural intelligence, inclusive excellence, social responsibility, and innovative thinking that is a hallmark of the GW educational experience. We are thrilled to have Dr. Eve L. Ewing join us as our keynote speaker for ICL and New Student Orientation! Learn more about Dr. Eve L. Ewing here.
ICL attendees are a mix of first-year students and upper-class civic and community engagement leaders from the Nashman Center and the Multicultural Student Services Center. ICL is open to any first-year student but please note there are certain first-year programs and scholar cohorts that are required to attend ICL. If you are a student in any of the following programs and scholar cohorts, please be sure to sign-up for ICL:
- POSSE Scholars
- Say Yes to Education Scholars
- Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute Scholars
- Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholars (SJT) Scholars
- District Scholars
- Chicago Scholars
- IMPACT / Yes Prep Scholars
- Civic House Academic Residential Community
- Politics & Values Living and Learning Community
Upperclass student leaders in the Nashman Center do not need to register for ICL.
Questions about ICL? Reach out to us at [email protected].