Student Leadership

Promoting Inclusive Excellence

Students can strengthen their civic leadership and interpersonal skills through the Nashman Center’s leadership training and workshops.

Institute for Citizen Leaders

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The Institute for Citizen Leaders (ICL) is a two 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 inclusive excellence, social responsibility and innovative thinking that is a hallmark of the GW educational experience.

Student leaders from the Nashman Center, Disability Support Services, the Multicultural Student Services Center, the Title IX Office, along with student leaders from the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute, the Student Association and the Stephen Joel Trachtenberg (SJT) Scholars have attended the institute.

If you are interested in having your group participate in the institute please reach out to us at [email protected] or [email protected].

Civic Leadership Dialogues

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Civic Leadership Dialogues consist of workshops, informational sessions, and casual dialogues on various topics including active citizenship, advocacy, leadership, diversity, equity, and other related topics. We focus on the overarching theme of inclusive excellence. Three to four sessions will be offered each semester.

Tuesday, September, 25th at 4pm – Active Citizenship – District House B207

Amy Cohen, Executive Director, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

Wednesday, October 10th at 4pm – Building Social Change – Marvin Center 403

Jonathan Butler, Program Manager, Service and Social Innovation, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

November at 6th – Media and News Literacy – District House B207

Dr. Imani Cheers, Assistant Professor of Media and Public Affairs, School of Media and Public Affairs

Thursday, February 21st at 7pm – National Service – District House B118

Charity Eddleman, Program Manager, School and Community Partnerships, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

Tuesday, March 19th at 7pm – Social Change Model of Leadership – District House B118

Dr. Wendy Wagner, Program Manager, Community-Engaged Scholarship Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

Wednesday, April 10th at 7pm – Arts Based Advocacy – District House B118

Aselin Lands, Director, ArtReachGW, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

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Questions?

Contact [email protected].

 

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