The Office of Student Life and Cultural Centers hosted a Bronco lead student life and leadership summit.
Bronco LEAD stands for leadership, education, advocacy and development.
“The lead summit was a great experience and offered some unique workshops that allowed us to learn about leadership qualities, and how to put what we learned into action for when the real-life scenarios occur,” fifth-year civil engineering student Ryan Alvarez said.
The event was held Friday, Feb. 9 in the BSC, Ursa Major.
The Bronco LEAD Student Life and Leadership Summit is an annual event that consisted of various workshops including leadership development, interpersonal skills, problem solving, intersectionality, diversity and gender.
Zane Landin was one of the students in attendance.
Landin is a second-year science, technology, and society student who is an intern who worked alongside Marquisha Spencer, the Interim Coordinator of Leadership and Student Involvement.
“The event involves learning about how to use your identities to define your leadership,” Landin said.
The summit also featured the play “Defamation” that deals with social justice issues.
“We are trying to generate stronger leadership skills, and although we have strong leadership on campus, we hope to help students improve and raise awareness.” Landin said.
According to the Bronco LEAD program, “it nurtures leaders by developing and supporting a variety of student leadership opportunities.”
Bronco LEAD works alongside the Academic and Student Affairs departments to help bring out the leader in every student.
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