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Alfred State Leadership Program

Alfred State Leadership Program

We value student leadership development at Alfred State. Co-curricular leadership development is built around the five spheres of wellness which include: 

  1. career well-being
  2. social well-being
  3. financial well-being
  4. physical well-being
  5. community well-being.

Students who participate in this program may attend workshops and other events allowing them to learn more about maintaining wellness in these five categories. Here are some specific ways to engage:

Leadership micro-credential- earn a digital badge in leadership by taking this free online, self paced, nine hour learning module created by Alfred State faculty/staff.

Leadership Series- regular workshops focused on specific leadership topics are presented by employers, alumni, and faculty/staff.

National Society of Leadership and Successjoin our chapter of the nation's largest leadership honor society where top students come together to achieve their goals.

Regional Student Leadership Conferences- attend or present at conferences sponsored through the WNY Student Leadership and Engagement Consortium.

SUNY Student Leadership Academy- engage in virtual and in person opportunities alongside other SUNY students through this prestigious academy.

Leadership Suites- club/organization level opportunities to highlight your civic leadership and grow as an organization.

Presidential Aspiring Leaders Program (PAL)- this program is administered through the President's Office.

For more information, stop by the Center for Civic Engagement in Suite 204 of the Student Leadership Center or email civicengagement@alfredstate.edu.

Nine students sit around a square table watching a presentation by another student on "OCEAN  Five Factor Model of Personality". The students appear engaged in the presentation.

Student Rob Privatera presents at the Leadership Summit.