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Project LEAD stands for Leadership Education And Development. This program is hosted by MJC’s Campus Life & Student Learning Office. The purpose of Project LEAD is to help teach general aspects of leadership as it applies to students participating in MJC student activities or thinking about participating in student activities.
Students will meet twice a month for one semester. The program will focuses on MJC History, Communication, Time Management, Conflict Resolution, Teamwork, Service Learning and Leadership. These sessions will run 90 minutes.
In addition to the meeting sessions, students will be paired with a campus mentor with whom they will be expected to meet at least once per month. The last component of the program is a community service project in which everyone participates as a group.
This is a great chance to be a better leader in your club, school activity, job, or personal life. In Project LEAD, you will be able to network with students and leadership professionals. This program is also a fantastic reference to have on your professional resume. Program participants will receive a t-shirt and binder. Students who graduate will receive a Project LEAD polo shirt, and a certificate and are recognized at the Campus Life Gala.
Any MJC student who is enrolled in courses is eligible. If you are a part of any MJC club, activity, sports, or student government it will enhance your skills. If you are not in any activities then this program will help you connect. The program will accept 15-20 students.
Amy Vickery Public Information Officer City of Modesto Project LEAD Session: Conflict Resolution Amy will help guide Project LEAD students through the various methods of how to best handle conflict situations. This session will help students to develop the tools to work through conflict situations.
Tim Harms Operations Manager Prime Shine Car Wash Cynthia Beilby Site Manager Manager Prime Shine Car Wash Project LEAD Session: Communication Tim and Cynthia will help guide Project LEAD students through the various communication methods of how to best handle make sure your message as a leader is understood by others. This session will help students to develop the tools to ensure communication is a two way street. Reggie Rucker Principal Engaged by Reggie Rucker Project LEAD Session: Time Management & Planning Reggie will help guide Project LEAD students through the various methods of time management and how to make planning a part of your everyday life. This session will help students to develop the necessary time management skills that are need to succeed in leadership. Project LEAD Session: Teamwork Students will get help guidance through the steps needed to form a working, functional, and effective team. Bryan Justin Marks Associate Dean Campus Life & Student Learning Modesto Junior College Project LEAD Session: MJC/ASMJC History & Leadership & Beyond Bryan will help guide Project LEAD students through the history of Modesto Junior College from 1921-present day as well as examine the history and achievements of the Associated Students of MJC. Bryan also teaches a session on leadership and how to tie together all the core concepts of Project LEAD. Kate Trompetter Development & Communication Director Center for Human Services Project LEAD Session: Service: The Need to Be Involved Kate will guide Project LEAD students through all the positive ways to be involved in the community and the importance of community service.
As part of the Project LEAD program students are paired with an on campus mentor who they meet with a minimum of three times during the semester.
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