The Center for Leadership and Service supports leadership and community service opportunities including the following programs:
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 2015 for the summer institute.
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 2015 program in May 2015. Check back for a link to the application.
The following community-based programs coordinated by student staff. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Bethlehem Area Emergency Homeless Shelter
New Bethany Ministries
Sharing Knowledge Program
America Reads federal work-study program
William Penn Elementary School
Lincoln Elementary School