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LeaderShape Conference

Saturday, February 5th, 9:30 a.m.

LeaderShape Conference

Catalyst™ is a great entry into the LeaderShape® community. It is a one-day program focused on learning to develop your own authentic path, connect to groups and causes you care about, and commit to a plan to be a catalyst for yourself and the groups you’re part of.

You’ll consider powerful questions that move you towards action:

Am I on the right path? Who do I want to be? How can I connect with other like-minded individuals? In small-group dialogue, large group interaction, and personal reflection, you’ll learn alongside others who also want to start something extraordinary.

This year's Leadershape event will happen on February 5th, 2022 from 9:30 am - 4 pm. Leadershape at UMN is looking for 60 student participants with various backgrounds to develop their leadership skills and define what leadership means to them. It is an opportunity for you to connect to your groups and communities as well as learn from others. We highly encourage student groups to bring their group and participate in this connection building experience! 

Who: All University of Minnesota Twin Cities Students

When: Saturday, February 5 - 9:30am-4:00pm

Where: Coffman Memorial Union, Mississippi Room 

(contact Aavni Varadhan varad037@umn.edu with questions about accommodations for participation)

Register Here ASAP

(space is limited so will close if capacity is reached or by 1/28/22)

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To request disability accommodations contact suaprograms@umn.edu or call 612-626-6919 at least ten business days in advance of event date. We will do our best to accommodate requests made after this date.

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

Keeping our campus safe continues to be a community effort, and we appreciate your willingness to contribute. Stay home when you're sick, and wash your hands. Until the mask mandate ends March 21, please wear a mask when indoors.

Continue to check for symptoms of COVID-19 before attending events. If you are experiencing symptoms or have recently been exposed do not enter, go home, and contact your doctor.

Learn more about the University of Minnesota's COVID-19 response.