The Taylor Leadership Institute is an initiative within the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, emphasizing the encouragement, promotion and rewarding of personal, civic and community engagement with a concentration on values and leadership constructs. The Community Leadership Minor offers an in-depth study of leadership from a theoretical perspective balanced with practical application. The credential was approved by the Academic Program Committee, and voted upon by the full Faculty Association.*
The Institute facilitates the education and development of students on how to become effective, ethical and value-based leaders with a commitment to excellence, accountability, and responsibility to the real world of the workplace and civic/community engagement. Several programs are now operational that demonstrate this:
To develop and promote global ethical leadership and character among our students and the UNF community through education, service, civic engagement and research.
Dalton Institute Presentation, February 2011, Tallahassee, FL; Produced by Chanel Stovall, Leadership Certificate Graduate.
The Institute for Values, Community and Leadership publishes a monthly newsletter that provides information on recent and upcoming events, ways to be a leader on campus and around the community, and updates on the Leadership Program!
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