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The following websites provide examples of the many curricular leadership opportunities available to USC students:
  • The Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs provides students with exceptional opportunities to reflect on their college experiences with the goal of preparing for advanced scholarly work.  This Office also coordinates the McNair and Carolina Scholars programs, which provide guidance to academically outstanding students.
  • USC’s TRIO Programs works with students who do not have a family history of college attendance and who have limited financial resources.  It offers a number of programs to help students receive a university education and pursue graduate training.  
  • The ROTC program provides leadership training through Military Science courses and other activities.
  • The Moore School of Business offers a number of degree programs that provide preparation for corporate leadership.
  • The Political Science Department’s MPA program provides training in public administration.
  • The Green Quad provides numerous opportunities to lead projects for advancing sustainability on campus.
  • The South Carolina Honors College provides leadership training in a number of venues, ranging from the Drop Everything and Lead Retreat for incoming students to the Honors projects pursued by seniors.
  • The College of Education provides training in educational leadership and policies.
  • The College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management prepares students for a wide range of corporate leadership opportunities.
  • The USC School of Law has a center dedicated to the promotion of professionalism.
  • The School of Journalism and Mass Communication offers internship opportunities that connect curricular experiences with work environments. 
  • The College of Music’s Institute for Leadership and Engagement in Music prepares Carolina graduates to become creative and innovative members of their musical communities.
  • The College of Nursing’s Center for Nursing Leadership seeks to develop leadership competencies in nurses at all levels, ranging from students to executives.
  • The Arnold School of Public Health has a number of institutes and programs dedicated to leadership in the public health field.
  • The College of Social Work’s I. Dequincey Newman Institute for Peace and Social Justice is dedicated toward promoting positive change in our communities.


Questions?
For more information, contact:

Ryan Day
Graduate Assistant, Carolina Leadership Initiative
Phone: 803-777-1673
Email: rday@email.sc.edu
Office: Preston Residential College, Room 104

Last Updated: August 30, 2012.

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