The College of Liberal Arts & Science is proud to introduce LEADS (Leadership ● Entrepreneurship ● Applied ● Development ● Skills), an innovative transdisciplinary program designed to empower CLAS students to become leaders, innovators, and successful with their liberal arts degrees!
LEADS will provide students with specialized courses, an undergraduate certificate program, numerous opportunities for learning, flexible options for participation, internships and hands-on experiences, focused attention and support from LEADS Faculty Fellows, and so much more! The LEADS program will distinguish graduates on the job market and in their field. Power up your liberal arts degree now by learning more about LEADS and how you can get involved!
|The LEADS curriculum includes a variety of activities and entry points for CLAS students at any point in your education and provides you with internships and hands-on experiences!|
|LEADS has partnered with VenturePrise to provide opportunities for students to partner with community Startups and Entrepreneurs with an emphasis on innovation!|
For the first time, UNC Charlotte is offering Resist Racism, a Student Racial Equity Workshop. Forty students (undergraduate and graduate) will be selected to participate in a two-day learning experience designed to equip students with the history, tools, and resources to explore race and its impact on us today. Thanks to the UNC Charlotte Chancellor’s Diversity Grant and Race Matters for Juvenile Justice (RMJJ), the cost for your participation ($200 per person) will be covered fully. The workshop will take place Friday February 16 and Saturday February 17 from 10am to 6pm on the UNC Charlotte campus. For more information and the application, visit this form by January 26. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Claire Schuch (email@example.com).