Students Explore Big Ideas at Leadershape Institute

Sixty-five students¬†participated in this year’s NC State LeaderShape Institute. The Institute is a national Leadershape program that challenges participants to lead with integrity while working towards a vision grounded in their deepest values. Participants explore not only what they want to do, but who they want to be.

“I’ve made sure to interact and connect with people I did not know before this week,” said Devin Van Pelt.¬†“This has been an extremely eye-opening experience. Just getting the opportunity to really get to know so many new people and growing an appreciation for different vantage points has been great.”

At the institute, students engaged in sessions that explored the intersections of personal values, integrity, service and leadership. Students were actively challenged to discover their role in positively impacting issues that matter to themselves and others.

The Leadershape Institute is an annual opportunity provided by the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service. The conference is made possible, in part, by the support of campus partners and CSLEPS supporters.

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