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Why Called to Lead?

Why Called to Lead?

Called to Lead is a flexible leadership development program open to all students

Called to Lead Student Spotlight

Called to Lead Student Spotlight

Every month, a Called to Lead student will be featured on our website and on Facebook so that we can celebrate our student leaders.

What do students say?

What do students say?

See what our students say about the Called to Lead program.

Mentoring program

Mentoring Program

Find a mentor who will help guide you, develop your passions, and invest in your goals by participating in a mentoring partnership through Called to Lead.

What Matters & Why

What Matters & Why

Every semester, Called to Lead hosts the What Matters to Me and Why dinner that features a faculty or staff member who shares what really matters to them and why it matters.

Undergraduate Fellows in
Ethical Leadership

What will I do as an Undergraduate Fellow?

Four-Year Overview

Students with exceptional academic success and demonstrated commitment to both service and leadership are selected to be one of our Undergraduate Fellows in Ethical Leadership.  A select group of students, our Undergraduate Fellows in Ethical Leadership have the unique opportunity to join with other high-achieving students who are passionate about discovering ways to lead and positively impact the College and the bigger world around us.

Undergraduate fellows in ethical leadership will develop their leadership in a self-selected focus area, and over the four years at Elizabethtown, they will discover why ethical leadership in these four areas is integral to the identity and mission of Elizabethtown College. 

Undergraduate Fellows in Interfaith Leadership

Gain the knowledge you need to succeed in the many careers and positions of leadership in the 21st century in which it is imperative to understand the diverse religious and non-religious beliefs and practices of not only Americans but also the cultures and nations around the world.  Each year, you will be challenged to develop knowledge and practice skills to enhance your ability to engage religious and non-religious diversity effectively in settings ranging from local politics to international business to diverse elementary school classrooms.  You will participate in the nation-wide Better Together program and have an opportunity to apply to participate in an Interfaith Leadership Spring Break Trip. 

UG Fellows in Interfaith Leadership can be of any academic major, and it is relevant particularly for majors in Anthropology, Economics, Education, Engineering, History, International Business, Math, Modern Languages, Occupational Therapy, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Work, and Sociology.  

Undergraduate Fellows in Justice and Peace Leadership

Develop peer support and peer challenge relationships with other undergraduate fellows and network with faculty, staff, and alumni leaders for justice and peace, as well as leaders from the community, the region, and the nation in the areas of justice and peace.  Apply to participate in trips in the region and internationally to meet with leaders for justice and peace.  Over your four years at Elizabethtown College, you will discover with other student leader change agents why leadership for justice and peace is integral to the identity and mission of Elizabethtown College.  Each year, you will set goals for developing as a leader for justice and peace, problem solve on justice and peace issues on and off campus, and learn how to begin to create a track record both academically and in co-curricular experiences that could make you highly competitive in applying for an internationally recognized prestigious scholarship. 

UG Fellows in Leadership for Justice and Peace can be of any academic major, and it is relevant particularly for majors in Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Economics, Education, English, History, Math, Modern Languages, Occupational Therapy, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Work, Sociology, and Theater.  

Undergraduate Fellows in Servant Leadership

Discover the deep meaning of the Elizabethtown College motto Educate for Service as you explore with other committed and ethical undergraduate fellows what it means to find purposeful life work as a servant leader for a better world.  Each year, you will have the option to be mentored by a peer undergraduate fellow and/or a faculty or staff servant leader as you find worthy places where you can make contributions as a servant leader.  You will learn more about yourself and your leadership by taking personal style and leadership skill inventories, and over your four years at Elizabethtown College, you will be able to participate in the undergraduate fellows servant leadership book group.  You also may have the opportunity to attend the Greenleaf International Servant Leadership Conference. 

UG Fellows in Servant Leadership can be of any academic major, and it is relevant particularly for majors in Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communications, Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Music Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Work, and Sociology.

Undergraduate Fellows in Social Entrepreneurship Leadership

Explore the concepts of social entrepreneurship and social business, and learn how you can use virtually any academic major to lead in ways that work toward solving social problems.  Discover how you can use your academic major to do good in a sustainable, long-term, high-impact way.  Hear presentations by upperclass students who have begun social entrepreneurship ventures.  Collaborate with other students to learn more about foundations and other entities that grant funding to new projects to solve the world’s problems.  Create a proposal to compete for the Elizabethtown College Entrepreneurship Scholarship.  Learn how to begin to create a track record both academically and in co-curricular experiences that could make you highly competitive in applying for an internationally recognized prestigious scholarship. 

UG Fellows in Social Entrepreneurship Leadership can be of any academic major, and it is relevant particularly for majors in Anthropology, Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Communications, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, English, History, Math, Modern Languages, Music, Occupational Therapy, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Religious Studies, and Theater. 

Major and Minors at Elizabethtown College

50+ majors, 80+ minors & concentrations

Our core curriculum emphasizes creative thinking, decision–making and problem-solving skills.
About Elizabethtown College

About Elizabethtown College

Our commitment is to Educate for Service, discover how that has/and will continue to shape our history.
Elizabethtown College Admissions

Admissions

At Elizabethtown College, your ideas matter. We encourage you to speak your mind and share your thoughts.
Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Our students received about $26.2 million in institutional scholarships and grants during the 2010-2011 academic year.
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