L.E.A.D. Certificate Program


The L.E.A.D. certificate is a non-credit, co-curricular series designed to develop students’ leadership skills with varied opportunities to discover and enhance their leadership competencies. This program allows students to build their own intentional pathway through the program to facilitate a commitment to their own unique leadership journey.  The L.E.A.D. certificate is intended to help students become change agents by identifying their strengths and leadership style while preparing students for leadership roles and responsibilities on campus, in careers, and in the community.

Scholars who earn a lead certificate will:

  • increase their self-awareness of leadership skills
  • add an impressive certification to their resumes
  • develop skills and define their values to help guide them throughout their time at Morehouse and future endeavors

Scholars must complete eight (8) leadership workshops and write a 2-page (maximum) reflection paper and submit it to the writing center for review.  Reflection papers are due on annually March 15th. Certificates are awarded at the end of the academic year.

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When is the paper due? I don't see a due date.
It's open for the entire year, but once you have completed your required sessions go ahead and submit your reflection. — Joshua Troutman Joshua Troutman on April 22, 2024
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