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Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement
Nova Southeastern University
Rosenthal Student Center 2nd Floor
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314

Main Office:
(954) 262-7195
slce@nova.edu

Razor's Edge Leadership
Scholarship Program:
(954) 262-7179
razorsedgelead@nova.edu

Emerging Leaders Experience

"A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way." — John Maxwell

The NSU Emerging Leaders Experience (ELE) is a ten week program designed to prepare students to be effective leaders.  We encourage students to participate that are interested in getting involved in the NSU community, want to learn more about themselves, and gain valuable skills to grow their leadership repertoire!  ELE meets once a week – student participants can choose the day that works for them, but must consistently attend that day of the program through the entire 10 weeks. Throughout your ten week experience, students will:

Increase self-awareness regarding their unique strengths, leadership style, conflict style, and values while learning those of their peers.

ELE is offered during both the fall and winter semesters.  Students wishing to participate must complete an online application; participate in the ELE Mandatory Meeting and ELE Service Day, typically held on the Saturday before classes begin!

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Applying to the Program

Emerging Leaders Experience 2

Once leaders have completed the ELE experience, they can move on to the second leadership program for Emerging Leaders – ELE 2. ELE 2 provides students with an opportunity to dive further into leadership, specifically focusing on team work. Student participants spend six weeks reading the text The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencione. Additionally, student participants will:

Applying to the Program

  • Eligible applicants must have completed ELE.
  • Deadlines vary each semester. Check Orgsync for more details.
  • Click here to sign up for the Emerging Leadership Experience.
  • ELE sessions are held on two different sessions Monday or Thursday 4:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. in the Carl DeSantis Building, Room 2071