Lead the Way

Interested in being among or inspiring the next generation of leaders? Register to present at the 7th Annual Student Leadership Conference to grow, learn, and develop as a leader.

In the world we live in, the only constant is change. The leader of today must be versatile, possessing a wide range of skills to meet all of their responsibilities in our evolving world.

The 7th Annual Student Leadership Conference, being held on February 15, 2014 on the NYC Campus, is an opportunity for students to grow, learn, and develop as leaders. Students will listen to speakers, participate in workshops, and network with professionals in fields relevant to their courses of study.

And we need your help to make it happen! Each year, the conference showcases a range of presenters who specialize in various areas of leadership while representing reputable organizations. The Student Development and Campus Activities office invites interested presenters, such as faculty, staff, and students, to participate and submit a program proposal. Program proposals will be reviewed by the Leadership Committee and participants will be selected based on the needs of the Leadership Conference. Presenting at the Conference is a great way to build your resume. It allows you to show off your creative ability, and to discuss your ideas and share your expertise with others.

Submit your program proposal here by November 15. Please contact Carmela Oniszko at coniszko@pace.edu or Priya Shamsundar at ps02001n@pace.edu with any questions.

Opportunity Knocks

One opportunity can change your life. Find out how you can seize it at the 6th Annual Student Leadership Conference on February 2.

Interested in being among the next generation of leaders? On February 2, students from the NYC and PLV campuses are invited to attend the 6th Annual Student Leadership Conference, sponsored by Student Development and Campus Activities (SDACA).

Student Union/Multipurpose Room
One Pace Plaza, NYC
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

How often do you find there is an opportunity, but how much more often do you find there was an opportunity?  Learn to know what is opportunity, when to find it, in what way to find it, and ultimately how to use it. Leaders, seize an opportunity to establish self-development, as well as organization growth at this year’s conference.

The day-long conference includes keynote addresses, who will share their experiences and helpful tips,  break-out sessions, breakfast, lunch, and a closing segment.

The conference is open to the public and free for all students, faculty, and staff in NYC and PLV. Outside guests pay $20. Register here.