Leadership

About Us 

Leadership @TAMUCC is a program provided by Student Activities. Our leadership programs are engaging and accessible to all students and organizations. These programs are offered to students with the intent to improve leadership skills and to become more marketable and global leaders. 

Programs 

National Society of Leadership & Success (NSLS) 

NSLS builds leaders who make a better world! NSLS is an organization that helps students discover and achieve their goals. The Society offers life-changing lectures from the nation's leading presenters and a community where like-minded, success-oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed. The Society also serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world. 

Islander Leadership Conference (ILC) 

The Islander Leadership Conference is a free, day-long opportunity for students to attend a variety of breakout sessions on general leadership topics, as well as an impactful keynote address by a featured speaker. Each year the conference focuses on a different theme. Past conferences have highlighted communication, decision making, ethical leadership, and inclusion, and how these topics relate to effective leadership. 

Emerging Leaders Program 

The Emerging Leaders Program is geared towards first year and transfer students looking to make their Islander Impact. The Emerging Leaders Program inspires participants to take an active role in the TAMU-CC and local community.  

Leadership Excursions 

Leadership Excursions are one-day comprehensive strength and critical thinking experiences for students and organizations. They provide leadership training for personal development which consists of fun indoor and outdoor activities. These activities help increase students' self-awareness and confidence to support decision making and team building.

Workshops to Go 

Leadership @ TAMU-CC provides workshops for any entity on campus including, but not limited to, student organization meetings, department meetings, and classes. Requests for workshops must be made at least two weeks prior to the requested presentation date in order for the Student Activities and Leadership staff to prepare.