Leadership Development Program & Proud Eagles Seeking Faculty and Staff Involvement: The College at Brockport

Main Page Content

Leadership Development Program & Proud Eagles Seeking Faculty and Staff Involvement

The Leadership Development Program is currently looking for faculty and staff volunteers to become mentors, advisors, or presenters. Becoming involved in the Leadership Development Program is a great way to increase your impact at the College.

The Leadership Development Program is currently looking for faculty and staff involvement. This award-winning program has around 300 participants each year and engages nearly 150 faculty and staff volunteers. We have several different roles in which you could get involved:

1. Mentoring a student in the Green Leadership Certificate (approximately three meetings per semester, six meetings total)

2. Presenting a workshop to the Green Leadership Students

3. Presenting at the annual Leadership Conference (February 23)

4. Serving on an awards selection committee (varied times, approximately two month commitment)

Proud Eagles is an exciting new opportunity, within the Leadership Development Program, to directly support marginalized students on our campus. Proud Eagles serves LGBTQIA+ and ally students who wish to learn more about their orientation identity development, intersectionality, resources/community service, social justice, the LGBTQIA+ rights movement, and empowerment. This will be accomplished through mentorship, workshops, and community service.

Proud Eagles is currently seeking mentors who are passionate about creating and sustaining an inclusive community, a positive campus climate, building a better Brockport, and ensuring that we are a great college at which to learn. You will be a Leadership Development Program mentor responsible for working with a student through their certificate obligations, as well as the above mentioned focus areas. Mentors should be “out” LGBTQIA+ or ally faculty and staff members; feel comfortable and confident in their identities; be knowledgeable about the LGBTQIA+ community, social justice, and intersectionality; and possess the ability to effectively educate, empower, and influence mentees.

If you are interested in learning more about Proud Eagles, or have any additional questions, please contact Jess Cherry at jcherry@brockport.edu.

Volunteers have reported feeling a stronger connection to the College community as a result.

Links:

Contact:

Chaynna Colon, ccolon@brockport.edu or Jess Cherry, jcherry@brockport.edu

Campus News

Faculty/Staff News

Close mobile navigation