The Center prides itself on providing many leadership development opportunities to our students, and our list of programs keeps growing each year! Below is a short synopsis of each leadership program offered as a part of the Center – click on the link to learn more about each program and how you can sign up!
The Leadership and Service Fellows program strives to instill leadership skills and civic responsibility in its members through a comprehensive college experience. Each year, 15 freshman are selected as Fellows.
A fun, energizing group that facilitates the FISH! Philosophy of leadership in local community agencies and non profit organizations as well as on campus.
LINCS is a capstone leadership program for Bradley seniors. LINCS facilitates various leadership workshops on campus and organizes and leads TEAM Bradley.
A great opportunity to read a leadership focus text, and challange yourself to grow as a leader.
We offer a great resource for you and your organization, offering leadership development and leisure reading materials available for check out.
The LLF is a floor for freshmen women within University Hall focused on providing floor programs focused on leadership, service, and social development.
A partnership with the College of Education and Health Sciences, this minor complements every major on campus and provides students with the skills necessary to be a leader in your profession.
Team Bradley is a weekend leadership retreat held in January of each year. It’s available to all students interested in developing their leadership skills and networking with other student leaders.