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Although you will have most likely listed your leadership experiences on your resume, this is your chance to explain your leadership experiences in more detail. This includes experiences both inside and outside of the university, such as: coursework at the university that relates to leadership, Leadership LIVE workshops, any involvement with on-campus or off-campus organizations, community service, conferences, and workshops or seminars you may have attended. You could also detail any presentations you made, such as in class, or public speaking experiences, such as making a speech to a student organization.
The compilation of Leadership Experiences should, in some ways, be organized like a resume. You will include basic details about each of these experiences, including the name of the experience, the date or time frame, and a brief summary of the experience.
Course: Health Service Administration and Professional Development
Date: Fall, 2014
Description: Issues addressed in this course include: supervision, staffing patterns, structure of organizations, management of programs, program development and evaluation, policies impacting practice, and ethical practice.
Community Service Activity: MANNA
Date: September 21, 2013
Description: Each month, MANNA prepares and home-delivers more than 70,000 nutritious meals to individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS, cancer or other life-threatening illnesses. Volunteers are required to
Leadership LIVE Workshop: Branding your Leadership: Your Job Search and Beyond
Date: October 31, 2013
Description: This workshop helped students prepare how to best market their leadership skills to prospective employers and in the workplace.
Student Organization: Vice President, Colleges Against Cancer at TJU
Description: Colleges Against Cancer at Thomas Jefferson University is a chapter of the national collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to fighting cancer and volunteering for the American Cancer Society. As Vice President I scheduled all meetings, organized a volunteer event for twenty people, and ran the meetings when the President was not available.