|By PR Newswire||
|February 4, 2014 10:42 AM EST||
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The National Center for Student Leadership (NCSL) will host its 76th Conference Assembly April 3-6, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia. Registration is now open.
The annual spring National Center for Student Leadership Conference is a four-day conference dedicated to providing an excellent learning opportunity for all attendees. It brings together hundreds of students and student affairs professionals from campuses nationally and internationally to:
- Explore essential leadership topics in an interactive setting
- Hear from experts with real-world leadership experience from academia and business
- Experience activities that encourage collaboration and communication
- Network with like-minded individuals who are passionate about leadership
The conference program will consist of more than 35 interactive workshops, networking events, special events, and the following keynote presentations:
- Are You the World's Next Top Leader?
Presented by: Joshua Fredenburg, Vision XY
- Dance Floor Theory
Presented by: Tom Krieglstein, Student Launcher
- More Action, Less Title: Empowering Students to do More
Presented by: James Robilotta, CAMPUSPEAK
- Serve to be Great: Leadership Insights from My Journey as a Prisoner, Monk and Social Entrepreneur
Presented by: Matt Tenney, Speaker and Author
- Be the Change
Presented by: Troy Stende, Speaker and Author
Certified Student Leader® Program
The Certified Student Leader® Program has been an optional part of the National Center for Student Leadership conference since 1994. More than 5,000 student leaders have become Certified Student Leaders and many are now established leaders in their professional life. The programs mission is to strengthen students' leadership foundation by developing your skills in three areas – self, group, and campus leadership.
To learn more about the spring 2014 conference program, schedule, location and registration information, please visit our website: http://bit.ly/Wiw4jT
NCSL was founded in 1978 with a mission of educating, inspiring and empowering today's collegiate leaders. This conference does not focus on one specific leadership model. Instead, it focuses on attributes that are essential to being a successful leader including: individual growth, group development, and civic-mindedness. NCSL also offers specific workshops that help leaders leverage leadership roles as they transition from campus to a professional career. The content is hands-on, practical and applicable, so that you can implement what you learn right away.
Learn more at www.NCSLCollege.com
Media Contact: Tarah Harms, National Center for Student Leadership, 608-227-8184, email@example.com
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SOURCE National Center for Student Leadership