Tier 3 of the LEAD Program empowers students to apply lessons from Tiers 1 and 2, prepare for effective transitions, and critically examine the contributions of self and others.


leadership Education

Attend and reflect on three pre-selected core workshops.

  • Core Workshops:
    • Leadership and Ethics
    • Passing the Baton
    • Power as a Spectrum

facilitation & team Building

Attend and reflect upon two pre-selected core sessions.

  • Core Sessions:
    • Team Building 301: Participants will practice exercises and receive immediate feedback.
    • Schedule and facilitate (with a LEAD Program partner) a team building activity for a campus group.

Service Learning

Complete and reflect upon service experience.

  • Core Sessions:
    • Recruiting & Motivating Volunteers
    • Community Service Hours (complete 9.5 additional hours)
      • Within hours you must facilitate the planning and execution of a service event. Details will be provided during the fall term session on recruiting and motivating volunteers.
      • Remember to log your hours in the Community Engagement Log


Participants will self-select teams and work on a legacy project of their choice. Participants are encouraged to look for project opportunities in areas they are passionate about on or off-campus, and they should consider short-term and long-term impacts. Timeline and additional details are outlined by the LEAD Team and distributed internally.

  • Core Sessions:
    • Legacy Project proposal and completion
    • Legacy Project group presentation

End of year reflection

Prompt is provided by the LEAD Team and creative reflections are presented during Spring Term (or as scheduled for students going abroad during the spring).