Contact Jennifer Sweeney, Director of LEAD
Want to know how to help in a community? Having trouble imaging where you will be after graduation? How much of your loans, job benefits and credit do you really understand?
LEAD's programs will help you answer these questions and many others with its workshops, seminars and activities—all designed to prepare you to meet life head on.
LEAD (Life Experience and Action Dimension) is a four-year program designed to help you develop life skills that are practical, meaningful and useful and that will serve you throughout your entire lifetime.
The skills and understanding you develop through LEAD will strengthen your ability to adapt your career to changing market conditions, help you make good decisions in difficult situations and teach you how to set and pursue short and long-term goals successfully.
All students participate in LEAD, and you will have your choice of events, workshops, activities and community service opportunities throughout the year from which to choose to meet your required LEAD objectives each semester.
Students gain knowledge and put it to work in three areas:
To learn more about the LEAD program, read our FAQs.