FSW Leadership Academy will provide students with an interactive and comprehensive leadership experience that facilitates leadership, awareness, and action on the individual, local, and global level.
FSW Leadership Academy seeks to develop student leaders through programming that integrates the framework of the Social Change Model of Leadership Development.
This program will have two tracks. Year one will be called “Emerging Leaders,” and the workshops will focus on the individual values. Year two will be called “Engaged Leaders,” and the workshops will focus on the group process and community values.
Foster self-knowledge and understanding of one’s leadership role
Improve leadership competence
Develop the skills necessary to be a productive citizen
Facilitate positive social change at FSW or in the community
Friday, October 13 (Lee campus - transportation provided for Collier & Charlotte)
Friday, November 17 (Lee campus - transportation provided for Collier & Charlotte)
Friday, January 19 (Lee campus - transportation provided for Collier & Charlotte)
Friday, February 16(Lee campus - transportation provided for Collier & Charlotte)
15 hours volunteering on campus (includes assisting with events, activities, orientations, etc)
Second year students in the program will break up into teams. Each team will select a local organization/non-profit organization. The team will collaborate with the organization to discover how they can design and implement a meaningful project.
Programs for Students with Disabilities
Florida SouthWestern State College, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the College’s guiding principles, offers student with documented disabilities programs to equalize access to the educational process. Students needing to request an accommodations for this program due to a disability or who suspect that their participation may be affected by a disability are encouraged to contact the facilitator of the program or the Office of Adaptive Services. The office locations and telephone numbers for the Office of Adaptive Services at each campus can be found at the Adaptive Services website.
Reporting Title IX Violations
Florida SouthWestern State College, in accordance with Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act, has established a set of procedures for reporting and investigating Title IX violations including sexual misconduct. Student who need to report an incident or need to receive support regarding an incident should contact the Equity Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Incoming students are encouraged to participate in the Sexual Violence Prevention training offered online. Additional information and resources can be found on the College’s website here.