L.E.A.D. Application 2012 Nov. .pdf
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BECOME A CATALYST IN ENDING A CYCLE OF VIOLENCE AND
CREATING A CYCLE OF LEADERSHIP
L.E.A.D. is a ten-week youth mentorship and leadership
program for students from grades 5, 8, and 11. The mentors will be
select students from Dickinson College.
The mission of L.E.A.D. is to create a safe space where students
can LEARN about social justice and diversity issues, to EMPOWER
bystander intervention and to encourage students to ACT with selfrespect and respect for others, and to DEFINE their passion in
today’s culture. The curriculum will be based on pre-existing
prevention and education models that include race, gender, culture,
safety, media, and cyber-bullying.
During the end of L.E.A.D., a celebration will be hosted to
honor the graduates as L.E.A.D.ers. The graduates will have an
opportunity to present their personal work (speeches, poetry, etc.) to
all graduates, family, and friends.
L.E.A.D. aspires to cultivate beacons of leadership and to create
a sustainable cycle of leadership that will impact our community.
Looking for an individual who:
Has a sense of humor, is relatable and personable.
Has a passion for working with children and young teens.
Is flexible and thrives in an atmosphere of teamwork.
Requirements for being a L.E.A.Der:
Maintain at minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and be in good social
standing with the College.
Attend two weekly meetings in December before winter break.
Attend a two-day orientation on January 25 to 26, 2013.
Available once a week for an hour, days and times TBD, during spring semester.
Biweekly meetings with Program Advisors.
Resume (optional, but preferable)
4 Short Answers
If selected, you will be notified for an interview on November 26, 2012.
Many thanks for your interest! We look forward to reading your application.
HUB Box #:
Local Phone #:
Year of Graduation:
Current cumulative G.P.A:
Academic & Leadership Involvement:
Do you have plans to study abroad?
If yes, please indicate semester(s):
Please list all activities/organizations that you plan to participate in and/or leadership
positions you plan to hold during the upcoming academic year (both volunteer and paid)
Please list any relevant work/volunteer experience you have held on and off campus.
Description of Duties
Please answer the following questions in 250 words or less:
1. Briefly explain an experience of being mentored, and the impact it had on
2. Briefly explain an experience of mentoring, and the impact it had on you.
3. Describe your leadership style.
4. Why do you want to become a L.E.A.D.er?
Please complete the following questions and return all application materials to
email@example.com or to the Women’s Center at 101 S. College Street
Applications are due by 5:00pm on Friday, November 16th 2012.
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