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What is the Tate Leadership Scholars Program?
The Tate Leadership Scholars Program, comprised of current and future student leaders from student organizations that are not departmentally advised, is seeking undergraduate (second and third year students) to participate in a new and unique extended leadership experience. Participants will be selected prior to the end of spring semester 2014, and will participate in the Tate Leadership Scholars Program during the fall semester 2014 and spring semester 2015.
Eligible students must complete an application and submit a letter of support from their organization's chief officer or faculty/staff advisor. Twenty students will be selected to participate in the program each academic year. A committee composed of at least three members of the Tate Student Center staff reviews applications and schedules interviews with qualified individuals.
Call for Nominations
The program is seeking undergraduate (second and third year students) to participate in this new and unique extended leadership experience. Participants will be selected prior to the end of spring semester 2014, and will participate in the Tate Leadership Scholars Program during the fall semester 2014 and spring semester 2015.
Purpose of the Program
The University of Georgia currently has more than 650 registered student organizations. The Tate Leadership Scholars Program is an initiative created to:
Tate Leadership Scholars are advocates for all student organizations registered within the Center for Student Organizations. These students strive to enhance awareness of the Tate Student Center and the Center for Student Organizations throughout the campus, building interest, pride and enthusiasm for future generations of student leaders and alumni.
The Tate Leadership Scholars are selected based upon their organizational involvement, interpersonal skills and commitment to program goals. Applicants should be:
Scholars are expected to:
The elite cohort of student leaders will have opportunities to engage with faculty, administrative leaders at the University, successful alumni and members of the Athens-Clarke County community. Members of the cohort will be provided discounted/free participation in the Georgia Collegiate Leadership Conference (GCLC) and other leadership opportunities as set by the curriculum. Participants will also become active members of a network of peer leaders across the UGA campus.
Applications are invited from individuals who are currently active members of registered student organizations at UGA who do not currently receive professional advising support. Additionally, each applicant must submit a one-page letter of support from the leadership of organization. A committee composed of at least three members of the Tate Student Center staff will review applications and schedule interviews with qualified individuals.
Applications/nominations will be accepted through Monday, April 14, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. Interviews will be scheduled for the week of April 21st. Applicants will be notified prior to the end of spring semester if they have been selected. Service on the Pioneer Cohort of the Tate Leadership Scholars Program will begin fall semester 2014.