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2013 Leadership Retreat: Impact and Innovation
May 15-17, 2013
Registration Opens March 23
This 3-day interactive retreat will help you cultivate a set of skills that will be invaluable whether you are interested in starting a venture or you want to make a difference in an existing organization. Workshops and activities with your favorite Davidson staff, professors, and successful Davidson Alumni will teach you leadership strategies needed to navigate our rapidly changing world with Innovation and Impact.
Who should attend?
This retreat is open to all Davidson students who desire to develop innovative problem solving skills. Do you want to discover how to transform your vision for how things could be better (more effective, more just, or even more fun) into reality? If so, join us for the 2013 Annual Leadership Retreat: Innovation & Impact.
What should I expect?
Participants can expect to participate in workshops, role plays, games, self-assessment exercises, and group activities. End your semester by bonding with new friends, developing your leadership abilities, and relaxing in the NC Mountains!
Registration opens on March 23. You must complete the registration form and submit a fee of $25 to the Chidsey Center for Leadership Development to confirm your spot (contact us if money is an issue). You can pay by CAT Card (at the Alvarez College Union ticket desk) or bring cash or a check to the Chidsey Center (located on the ground floor of Phi Hall).
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Applications will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. Space is limited to the first 40 students who apply. The retreat has filled up in a matter of days for the last few years, so register early.
The retreat will be held at the beautiful Valle Crucis Conference Center near Boone, North Carolina. We will leave at 1:30 pm on Wednesday, May 15 and return by 3:00 pm on Friday, May 17. Please note that we leave during the last exam period, so schedule your exams accordingly. For more info contact Amber MacIntyre.