Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service provides unique learning opportunities that embody the value of leadership, service, responsible citizenship, and ethics. The Center offers leadership development opportunities and service initiatives focused on local and global social justice issues. Through our programming, support, and engagement with the community, we strive to help students become ethical and effective leaders and engaged citizens.
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service Summer Student Assistants will serve as members of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, & Public Service staff. The Summer Student Assistants will support the various programmatic efforts within CSLEPS and will serve as representatives at New Student Orientation and other programs/events as needed. The Student Assistants will also assist with program coordination and development within CSLEPS and in partnership with campus & community stakeholders.
NC State Student Leadership & Engagement is currently seeking four (4) marketing and communications interns. This unique learning opportunity will give successful candidates the opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment. The internship will help students sharpen their skills through application in various marketing and communications tasks. Some responsibilities of interns will include: providing communications support for assigned student organizations, providing assigned graphic design support to the Office of Student Leadership & Engagement, providing web and social media content and writing support to assigned Student Leadership & Engagement areas, assisting in executing promotional and marketing activities as assigned, and covering NC State student events and proving photography/written content.
Student L.E.A.D. Awards
Student Leadership, Engagement and Development Awards
We are excited to announce Student Leadership and Engagement's, Student L.E.A.D. Awards. This awards program was established to recognize students for their contributions to student organizations, community service and co-curricular excellence. The 2015 Awards program will be held on Wednesday, April 21st, at 5:00PM in the Talley Ballroom. This program will recognize students and student organizations for their outstanding achievements during the 2014-2015 academic year.
Our Committee's mission: The Student L.E.A.D. Awards identifies students who contribute to building NC State's diverse community. Rooted in University traditions and values, these awards enrich the experiences and recognize the achievements of our students, while stimulating their potential as informed and engaged leaders.
Awards will be presented in three categories: Service, Leadership and Outstanding Achievement.
We invite you to help us recognize our students and their programs. Nominations forms will be accepted through 5:00 PM March 25th ,2015. We look forward to celebrating our students and highlight some of their accomplishments from this year.
Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deborah S. Moore Service Awards, created in Spring 1977, is a memorial recognizing exemplary service by NC State students and organizations. Deborah S. Moore, a graduate of NC State, served as the first Volunteer Coordinator of the NC State Student Center. She made many contributions to society, including volunteer work, teaching English to retired Spanish-speaking people, working with people with disabilities and individuals who were under-resourced. A Beaufort County native, Mrs. Moore was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie R. Singleton.
Since 1987, The Leadership Challenge has provided individuals and organizations with a framework for exemplary leadership. Authors Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner believe that, despite our differences, leadership exists in five common categories composed of observable skills and abilities. These categories are the basis for the Leadership Challenge Awards.
Join Student Involvement in recognizing the amazing work of our student organization members and advisors. We are excited to introduce our inaugural Student Organization Outstanding Achievement Awards. The Outstanding Achievement Awards are presented to those student organizations, leaders, and advisors that have demonstrated excellence in on campus. Organizations can apply or be nominated to different categories that fit their achievement.
CSLEPS Drop-In Office Hours
Stop by to chat with one of our staff members in various locations around campus each week.
Nathan 10am-noon in 346 Harrelson
Adam 2-4pm in 348 Harrelson
Dawn 4:30-6:30pm in 345 Harrelson Hall
Melissa 3-5pm in 346 Harrelson
Do good things well.
The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics & Public Service (CSLEPS) provides unique learning opportunities that embody the value of leadership, service, responsible citizenship, and ethics. CSLEPS offers opportunities such as Alternative Service Break (ASB), leadership development workshops and programs, and service initiatives focusing on local, national and global social justice issues. We strive to help students become ethical and effective leaders, activists, volunteers, philanthropists, engaged citizens, researchers, and social innovators. Whether you are a seasoned student leader or just getting started on your service journey, make CSLEPS your home.