The LEAD Fellows Program focuses on student leadership development through off-campus, community-strengthening work in which they are working to address social issues such as education inequity, food insecurity, housing instability, etc. Students attend regular cohort meetings to reflect together on their work, cultivate critical analysis of the issues they’re working to address, and develop leadership skills.
Expectations of LEAD Fellows:
- Passionate about building community, seeking social justice, and working on public issues.
- Eligible for work-study funds through awarded financial aid or comparable financial need demonstrated.
- Able to make a 2-4 year commitment to participating in the Augsburg LEAD program.
- Work 8-20 hours per week with a community partner or a community-focused program (totaling ~140 hours a semester).
- Attend all LEAD meetings, retreats, and workshops (Two meetings each month on Wednesdays 4:30-5:40pm, One retreat each semester).
- Be an active participant in and contributor to the cohort.
- Use email to communicate on a regular basis.
Applying to the LEAD Fellows Program:
Applications from rising second year and incoming transfer students are due April 1st, 2019 – Apply here!
Recommending a student for the program? Submit this form by April 1st.
(Applications for incoming first years will be due in August, 2019)