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What is Emerge?
Emerge at Auburn is a dynamic leadership program aimed at helping Auburn students develop the skills to lead on campus, in the community, and in their future career field.
Applications for 2019-2020 student leadership positions are now available.
Emerge at Auburn will expand to serve as the umbrella organization for all student leadership programs consisting of leadership cohorts as well as a variety of initiatives, workshops and team building activities that support Auburn students in accomplishing their leadership goals.
Through our quality, meaningful and multiple access point leadership development opportunities, we aim to guide Auburn students in refining their profiles as successful, ethical and effective campus, community, industry and world leaders.
We envision Auburn students as socially conscious, ethical, thought leaders who are committed and prepared to engage and contribute positively to our local and global communities.
Our multi-tiered program structure is designed for students to engage in a comprehensive learning lab at their own pace and on their own time. Students will move through three phases of leadership curriculum, supplemented by various programs and initiatives. Additionally, an abundance of trained positional leadership opportunities and committee volunteer roles embedded within our programmatic structure provides students endless opportunities to experience leadership programs
**Each phase features one or more projects designed to engage students in learning the tenets associated with each phase, while still adaptive to their personal leadership journey.
PHASE 1 – EXPLORE SELF
Facilitates students’ self-awareness and discovery of identity, personal values and leadership styles.
- EXPLORE- Participants discuss core leadership concepts in weekly meetings led by two Team Leaders throughout the year.
- EXPLORE SPRING- Participants join spring semester and experience the curriculum at an accelerated pace.
PHASE 2 – SPARK CHANGE
Promotes a commitment to servant leadership, social consciousness and community engagement.
- SPARK- Participants meet weekly for one semester (fall or spring) in smaller groups and work to bring their vision for social change to reality by planning and executing a service project.
PHASE 3 – TRANSFORM LEADERS
Prepares students for positional leadership on campus, in the community and within their respective career fields.
- TRANSFORM- Participants meet monthly with a Campus Coach and an Industry Mentor to discuss application of leadership skills to opportunities on campus, in the community and throughout their career.
Last modified: January 16, 2019