Join us on Tuesday February 27th from 5:00 - 6:30pm in Damen MPR to talk with staff and students to gain tips and tools to help you stay well and effectively manage time when schedules are full. Balancing busy lives takes work, but it doesn't need to mean self-sacrifice.
Woke Meals are designed to offer students an informal space to discuss topics related to leadership, and build community. Due to unanticipated circumstances, our February event has been cancelled. More information about the Woke Meal in March will be posted soon. For questions please contact Christina Mendiola at email@example.com LEARN MORE
The TPI staff and student-facilitators are excited to host a Story Slam event during the Spring semester on Thursday, March 15th, from 6:30-8:00PM in the Damen Den. This event explores leadership through storytelling, which allows fabulous students share their stories of who they are. LEARN MORE
Upon request, SLD staff are available to facilitate leadership development workshops for student organizations, departments, residence hall communities, and other campus groups. Workshops typically consist of an experiential activity and a discussion tailored to fit the group's needs. LEARN MORE
Applications are open until February 26th for an opportunity to serve as a board member on The Student Community Board (SCB), a group of undergraduate students who hear cases of alleged misconduct for their peers. The Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution is looking for 7 to 10 dynamic students with an interest in serving and supporting their peers for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are interested in expanding your leadership toolbox with uniquely transferable skills relating to restorative justice, active listening, policy work/interpretation and accountability, please contact Maddie Creutz (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
A Special Conversation with Ric Estrada
The Baumhart Center is hosting a conversation with visionary social impact leader and LUC alumnus Ric Estrada. Estrada is President and CEO of Metropolitan Family Services, one of Chicago’s largest and highest performing nonprofits, providing services to more than 72,000 individuals and families annually. Join us on Monday, February 26th, from 5 to 5:50 p.m. in room 220 of the Quinlan School’s Schreiber Center (16 E. Pearson). The conversation will be intimate and interactive and allow you to ask questions and to share your insights.
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Life Skills Training for 1st-year students includes online modules and in-person activities that teach skills necessary to cope with the transition to college, building healthy relationships, and wellness. Sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/R179K0Bf5Ta3NGj43
Supported Mindful Learning (SMiLe)
Supported Mindful Learning (SMiLe) is for students who are feeling sad, down, or distressed. The program entails 8 weeks of using an online/mobile application delivering brief mindfulness activities, and connecting with a small group online for encouragement and support. To see if you are eligible visit: https://surveys.luc.edu/opinio6/s?s=68328
Honest, Open, Proud (HOP)
Honest, Open, Proud (HOP) is a peer-led group for students who identify as living with mental illness. To sign up, visit: https://goo.gl/forms/RSoqHSFPhCfCfp8y2