Leadership Camp

Save the Date for The Best Week Ever 
March 13-17, 2019
Camp Merrowvista, Tuftonboro, NH
 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Leadership Camp is known by students as “The Best Week Ever”.  Leadership Camp is an intensive leadership development experience in which students explore the motto of “THINK.CARE.SERVE.” Participants are taught the process for creating a Leadership Action Plan (LAP) that can be used to create a lasting change at UNH or in the community.  The leadership challenge identifies five practices of exemplary leaders and one of the themes guides each day:

  • Encouraging the Heart
  • Inspiring a Shared Vision 
  • Challenging the Process
  • Enabling Others to Act
  • Modeling the Way

This program is in conjunction with the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership (OSIL).

For information on how to apply, contact Melissa Beecher at melissa.beecher@unh.edu
 

CONTACT
Melissa Beecher
Academic Counselor 
Email: melissa.beecher@unh.edu
Phone: (603) 862-3885

Leadership Camp
University of New Hampshire 
Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics
10 Garrison Avenue
Durham, NH 03824
University of New Hampshire

Did you know that Leadership Camp can help you complete the Paul College Leadership minor?

"I am beyond grateful to have attended UNH’s Leadership Camp. It was one of the most genuine experience I’ve had at college and it opened my eyes to a new side of leadership. Thanks to what I’ve learned and experienced here, I am beyond excited for my future."

-Annie Henry '20

 

Statement of goals

Leadership Camp is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills through participation in a carefully curated set of experiences. Throughout the week, participants will work in large groups, in small groups, and individually to explore a variety of leadership concepts.  As a result of attending Leadership Camp, students will: 

  1. Establish relationships with students dedicated to building a community of caring
  2. Understand that leadership requires service to others
  3. Be better and creative critical thinkers
  4. Cultivate passion to continue developing leadership skills