Are you ready to take your leadership skills to the next level? Indiana University has seminars, retreats, and courses, that prepare you for leadership roles in any type of setting.
Leadership programs that are tailored to your strengths and goals
Hoosier Leadership Program
The Hoosier Leadership Program recognizes that leadership isn’t a position, but a process: exploring values, honing leadership skills, and becoming an inclusive leader are the secrets to success in your career and in life.
Two high-impact leadership experiences offer you experiential learning that parallels your academic coursework.
The Institute is a four-day leadership institute held at a camp located off campus. You won’t learn how to run better meetings—you’ll learn to change the world, whatever that might mean to you.
The next Institute will take place in January 2022.
The Institute Application will be open and available here from Monday, October 4th to Friday, November 5.
Resiliense, a fall semester program offered through LeaderShape®, is a three-part series designed to help students learn the skills needed to take life events in stride and grow from those experiences.
Leadership courses are offered through the School of Education and are open to all IU Bloomington students. Classes are offered during the fall and spring semesters. If you are interested in being an instructor for a LEAD IU course, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leadership Training is a course focused on preparing student leaders to address current issues on campus and in their communities. Discover your own individual strengths and personal values, examine communication skills and group dynamics, and discuss theories in leadership to enact positive social change in themselves, in their community, and beyond.
The “FIP” gives students an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills while increasing their knowledge of Indiana University Student Government through experiential learning. Students will be paired with an IUSG mentor and work toward implementing a project with real impact on the IU Campus. Learn more on the IUSG website.
Understand the socioeconomic context of the founding of the American fraternity and sorority movement. Reflect and evaluate how the values of these organizations have been maintained over time, and demonstrate the relevance of fraternities and sororities in the twenty-first century.
Custom Program Facilitations
Student Involvement and Leadership Center Staff are available to facilitate programs for student organizations, departments, or visiting groups. Whether your group needs assistance with group dynamics, teamwork, leadership development, our a unique group adventure outdoors, contact us to see how we might be able to help. To submit a request, complete our online request form.Request Form
Meet with a leadership advisor
Overwhelmed with choices? Meet with a leadership advisor to get started. You can connect with one of our advisors by email at email@example.com, by phone at 812-855-4682, or in person at the Indiana Memorial Union, Suite 270 of the Student Involvement Tower.