Student Leadership

So…you’re interested in becoming a Student Leader at LFCC?

That’s fabulous news! We have opportunities for students to get involved in anything that motivates them.

Here are some ways to get involved:

Be a Student Ambassador and Serve the College

The Student Ambassadors serve as the face of the College. They develop and promote interest, pride, and participation in the growth of the College, and increase the feeling of loyalty, service-driven partnership, and fellowship between the institution, students, alumni, and the community. In doing so, the members represent the College in numerous events throughout the year.

Student Ambassadors help with all Student Life & Engagement events, leadership programming, outreach in the community, and so much more. Plus, it’s a great program to build on your leadership and communication skill set!

Represent the Students of LFCC on the Student Government Association

This group serves as the voice of the students. They sit on LFCC’s governing committees with faculty and staff and provide feedback and votes that represent what students want. They are in charge of approving and overseeing clubs and organizations. For more info, visit the Student Government Association page.

Join a Club or Organization or Start Your Own

After looking through the list, is there still something missing? Any student can start their own club or org. Building something from the ground up looks good on a resume and feels good because you are contributing to your community through engagement! Almost any club is possible! You only need 5 people to start a club and there are ways we can help you find those people. Please email [email protected] We are excited and happy to help you make this happen!

Apply to Serve on the Diversity & Inclusion Council

Come and join in the mission to foster an environment of acceptance and appreciation of fundamental differences in ideas, backgrounds, talents, beliefs, ways of living, and perspectives, and the full spectrum of racial, ethnic, cultural, religious backgrounds, sexual orientation, and gender identities.

Build on Your Leadership Skills

How (and Why) To Travel Around The World with Andy Stoll

Wednesday, November 10 @ 4pm-5pm

After college, social entrepreneur Andy Stoll set off on what would become a 4-year, 40-country trip around the world, to better understand how people live. He lived in a Buddhist Temple in Korea; worked in a dress factory in Bangkok; farmed in a mud hut village in Africa; lived the life of a cowboy in Australia; and played a 19th Century British soldier in a Bollywood movie. Andy delivers insightful and entertaining talks that artfully weave together themes of leadership, social entrepreneurship, travel and global perspective to help young people find answers to their most pressing (and often haunting) questions: “What do I want to do when I grow up?” “How can I find my place in the world?” “Can I change the world?” Andy’s message to students is clear: “The distance between who you are and what you want to become is closer than you think.”