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Leadership Opportunities

Become a leader in your community by joining one of our Student Activities-sponsored leadership programs.

Northeast Campus

Peer Leader

The Peer Leader Program is a great opportunity for you to assist the Student Activities Office with the implementation of orientation programs for all new students entering TCC. As a Peer Leader, you play a vital role in helping new students adjust to the campus community. The Peer Leader Program is also intentional in developing leadership skills, not only through leading New Student Orientation sessions, but also through the year-round Leadership Development Series designed specifically for Peer Leaders.

Contact: Cara Walker, cara.walker@tccd.edu

LEADER-CON

LEADER-CON is a bi-annual leadership development opportunity open to all students.

The fall semester features a full-day conference with a keynote speaker, workshops, activities, and more.

The spring semester features LEADER-CON II, with a half-day experience that includes a keynote luncheon.

Each semester's experience also brings useful giveaways, including leadership development tools that can be used in your day-to-day. Make sure you don't miss the next LEADER-CON!

Contact: Cara Walker, cara.walker@tccd.edu

Northwest Campus

Northwest Campus offers many opportunities for leadership, volunteerism and individual growth.

Peer Leader

A great opportunity for you to guide incoming freshmen during their first year experience. Peer leaders serve as co-facilitators for New Student Orientation and participate in campus tours, group discussions and other events throughout the semester.

Contact: Rachael McCloskey rachael.mccloskey@tccd.edu

Student Leadership Academy

The Student Leadership Academy helps you develop skills for leadership roles, and transitioning to four-year institutions and into the work force. You earn Community Engagement & Education (CEE) credit and receive a certificate for completing the program.

Contact: Rachael McCloskey, rachael.mccloskey@tccd.edu

Northwest Ambassadors

This is a great opportunity to start making a difference in your community. Northwest Ambassadors is a great program if you're interested in volunteer activities on Northwest Campus throughout the year.

Contact: Alicia Coleman, alicia.coleman@tccd.edu

South Campus

Peer Leader

Peer Leaders are well-informed students who assist the Coordinator of Student Activities in the implementation of orientation programs for all new students entering TCC. As a Peer Leader, you'd play a vital role in helping new students adjust to the campus community. The Peer Leader program is a great opportunity for you to develop leadership skills.

Contact: Ana Contreras, ana.contreras@tccd.edu

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors is a group of elite student volunteers who act as liaisons between South Campus and current or prospective students, their families, guest, alumni, business partners and friends of the South Campus community.

You'll expand current leadership skills, sharpen communication and public speaking skills, participate in event planning and execution, and share your TCC pride with other students, faculty, staff and community members.

For more information and eligibility requirements, contact Naomi Felton.

Contact: Naomi Felton, naomi.felton@tccd.edu

Southeast Campus

Student Leadership Academy

The Student Leadership Academy is open to all students who want to grow as leaders on campus and in the community. Passionate faculty and experienced staff volunteer to teach topics on leadership, self-awareness, time and money management, etiquette, public speaking, leadership and service, and more.

The program is flexible and schedule-friendly—you may take one or all the classes each semester. A special graduation lunch and certificate is provided each semester for students that complete program requirements.

Contact: Carla Hernandez, carla.hernandez@tccd.edu

Leadership Enrichment

The Leadership Enrichment program is year-two of the Student Leadership Academy. You can continue your development after graduating from the Student Leadership Academy. Year-two Leadership Enrichment classes offer a deeper understanding of leadership issues and qualities. You'll receive Community Engagement and Education (CEE) credit for each class.

Contact: Natalie Gamble, natalie.gamble@tccd.edu

Campus Ambassadors

Upon completion of two semesters in the Student Leadership Academy, you're invited to apply to become a Campus Ambassador. Once selected, you participate in a pinning ceremony and receive a special blazer to wear at campus and community functions. You are the face of TCC Southeast and will work alongside the president of the campus. You have an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of your peers and the Early College High School students you mentor.

Contact: Natalie Gamble, natalie.gamble@tccd.edu

Peer Leader

A great opportunity for you to guide incoming freshmen during their first year experience. Peer leaders serve as co-facilitators for New Student Orientation and participate in campus tours, group discussions and other events throughout the semester.

Contact: Natalie Gamble, natalie.gamble@tccd.edu

Trinity River Campus

Trailblazer Leadership Academy

New in Fall 2020, the Trailblazer Leadership Academy provides students with weekly online leadership sessions.

Topics include:

  • Emotional intelligence
  • Conflict resolution
  • Critical thinking
  • Goal setting
  • and more!

Understanding these topics will help you develop skills for your leadership roles, transfer to a four-year institution, and transition to the work force.

You will receive a leadership certificate upon completion of the program.

For program details, visit the Trailblazer Leadership Academy Blackboard page.

P3: Power of the Peer

Pride, Purpose, Possibilities: P3 Student Leaders facilitate intentional and meaningful peer-to-peer support through new student orientation.

As a P3 Student Leader, you will develop a diverse skill set to provide the best peer service possible to Trinity River Campus students. P3 Student Leaders serve as co-facilitators for New Student Orientation, lead campus tours, and assist with a variety of campus programs and activities throughout the academic year.

Applications for the upcoming academic year will be available in January.

Contact: Kelsey Bratcher, kelsey.bratcher@tccd.edu

Updated August 21, 2020