We offer both in-person and virtual presentations. For in-person sessions, physical distancing guidelines must be followed; this includes leaving at least 6 feet of physical distance between all participants. All Leadership and Service Center presenters will wear face coverings to in-person sessions and will also follow physical distancing guidelines by leaving at least 6 feet of space between the presenter and the audience. If physical distancing is not possible, a virtual presentation must be requested. We reserve the right to reschedule an in-person presentation if when we arrive physical distancing guidelines are not able to be met. If you have any questions about a presentation or training, or guidelines for in-person vs virtual sessions, please call us at 803-777-7130 and we will work with you to fulfill your request while abiding by the guidelines mentioned above.
Complete your online request at least two weeks before you would like the presentation. We will contact you via email within three business days to confirm details.
- Feeding Minds
- Food insecurity is a lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable nutritious food. The Feeding Minds training raises awareness about food insecurity among college students and features on-and-off-campus resources available for food insecurity relief. It is a 45-minute to an hour training that is delivered by LSC staff in person or virtually.
- Overview of the Leadership and Service Center
- This 20-minute presentation provides a brief overview of the programs and opportunities offered through the LSC for students to participate in. It can be delivered in-person or virtually and is offered by professional and student staff in the LSC.
- Public Deliberation Program
- Public deliberations are forums centered on local and/or national social issues to help students engage in meaningful dialogue to unpack the complexities of social issues, discuss possible outcomes and trade-offs of different options, and reflect on multiple viewpoints. Trained Civic Leadership Education Action Team members, alongside staff, work with you to select a social issue to discuss and facilitate the deliberations. This program can be tailored to fit a 50-75 minute time block either virtually or in-person.
- Voter 101
- To help provide clarity around the voter engagement process, trained Civic Leadership Education Action Team members, alongside staff, will cover the importance of voting, current voter registration requirements and logistics as well as ways to stay informed about current candidates, elections, and issues, as well as some fact-checking resources. Participants will have the opportunity to register to vote or update their voter registration information during this workshop. This program can be tailored to fit a 15-45 minute time block either virtually or in-person.