"The Undergraduate Leadership Program provided me with the knowledge and tools to become a successful leader in today’s business world. By putting into practice the skills learned in the program, I am able to continue growing as a student, as a leader, and as a woman."
"The Undergraduate Leadership Program gave me the tools to unlock my full potential as a leader who encourages success on the pool deck, in the classroom, and in my greater campus community. The skills I developed from the program have helped me make an impact at Seattle U, and I’m eager to apply these skills to my professional career."
"UGL helped me develop vital skills and the mindset to be an aspiring business leader, and it gave me a supportive space to grow. The course showed me how to embrace my own style of leadership, fuel it with a passion to bring about positive change, and apply it in the classroom, at work, and in student organizations."
"UGL pushed me to be a better version of myself. The course challenged me to think about leadership in different ways, and now I feel more prepared to lead on and off the field."
"One of the most important aspects of being a great leader is being able to bring out the best in others. Through the Albers Undergraduate Leadership Program, I have learned about the skills and mindset needed to be a strong leader. Through the course’s hands-on approach, I have learned to better understand myself, as well as the strengths and needs of my peers."
The Albers Undergraduate Leadership Program is a unique opportunity for Albers first and second years to explore theory, analyze cases, and propose solutions.
The program consists of two courses:
Winter Quarter, 3 credits
A five-week intensive course for Albers students to explore leadership theories and cases and identify opportunities for personal leadership development
Spring Quarter, 2 credits
A five-week intensive course for Albers students to craft a proposal for real change and to present it to stakeholders and decision-makers
Both courses must be taken for credit to be earned. Admission is competitive and enrollment is by invitation only.
After completing the series, you’ll enjoy further benefits:
Applications are due on Friday, October 23.