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Community and Organization Fair

Sign-Up for the 2nd Annual Community and Organization Fair
September 5, 5pm-7pm

Outside of Reeves Library/Behind Comenius Hall
Club Registration Link
All clubs/organizations must register their organization with the director of leadership development by
September 13 at 4pm.

Want to find out more about leadership opportunities on campus?

Leadership@ Moravian go to


Facebook for Center for Leadership and Service

Student Leader Guide (PDF)


Community Service go to

Or contact the Director of Leadership Development, Katie Dantsin at

(610) 861-1498 or 

Philosophy and Goals

We believe that leadership is the capacity to mobilize oneself and others to work collaboratively to bring about change for the betterment of society.  Leadership is everyone’s option and everyone’s responsibility; leadership is action, not position.  Leadership requires ethical and socially responsible behavior as well as the complex cognitive and personal abilities fostered in the liberal arts.  We believe that all students have the potential to engage in acts of leadership.

The academic and co-curricular programs of Moravian’s Leadership Center share six specific goals:

  • Teach diverse forms of leadership
  • Increase civic engagement
  • Promote global awareness
  • Explore leadership through cooperative and interdisciplinary learning
  • Provide faculty development opportunities related to leadership
  • Encourage student scholarship as leadership

Leadership Center

The Center for Leadership and Service, the Moravian leadership initiative, is led by Katie Dantsin from the Student Affairs Division and Dr. Michelle Schmidt of the Psychology Department.
Moravian College encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation regarding physical accessibility, please contact Katie Dantsin, director of leadership development, at 610 861-1498 or .
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Feel free to explore the leadership opportunities listed.
Upcoming Leadership Events and Opportunities for 2013-2014 Academic Year   

o.s. Earth
 (date and location TBD)

The Global Simulation workshop is an innovative 3 hour program that lets students become world leaders responsible for running the world. As the future leaders of our dynamic and unpredictable world, it is important to develop a global perspective. The workshop builds leadership and teamwork skills and inspires students to explore the political, economic, and social challenges facing the world today. RSVP is required. Contact Katie Dantsin for more information.

Community Day 
(September 5, 2013 from 5pm-7pm in front of Reeves Library)

 Come out to learn about the happenings of the Moravian College community. Student club and organizational leaders will sign-up members, local businesses and non-profits will share their stories, and President Grigsby and his greyhound will be there--the greyhound needs a name. Clubs can sign-up for a table by following this link. Sponsored by IMPACT and the Center for Leadership and Service. Contact  Katie Dantsin for more information.

Emerging Leaders

Each year, incoming freshmen are invited to apply for an Emerging Leaders Scholarship. The eighteen students who receive the scholarship take part in a learning community, which allows students to enroll in a common course with other Emerging Leaders. Emerging Leaders also receive priority consideration for the LeaderShape Institute.


To transform the world by increasing the number of people who lead with integrityTM and a healthy disregard for the impossible. Applications available in January 2014 for the summer institute.

      Clubs and Organizations

Moravian offers a wide variety of clubs and organizations for students to get involved with and become leaders within the organization. Students can also form new clubs on campus.

Leadership Workshops and Speakers

The Center for Leadership and Service frequently brings in speakers to conduct workshops on leadership topics and skills. These workshops and speakers are engaging and always very informative.

The 1742 Experience

The 1742 Experience at Moravian College offers an opportunity prior to first-year orientation focused on service in the community. This hands-on learning program will bring students to campus one week early to build relationships with classmates and to develop a commitment to service and leadership for the common good. Applications will be available on for the 2014program in May 2014. Check back for a link to the application.