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Emerging Leaders Retreat

Emerging Leaders Retreat

Each year the Haas Center hosts an Emerging Leaders Retreat for freshmen who are starting to take on public service leadership roles at Stanford and in communities.

Planned by student leaders from the Frosh Service Liaison Program and the Public Service Leadership Program, this 24-hour retreat includes service skill building, community building, personal reflection and goal setting.

Learning outcomes for the Emerging Leaders Retreat:

  • Develop a community of emerging service leaders and connect them to upperclassmen mentors.
  • Deepen students' understanding of the complexities of public service and connect this learning to their own service story.
  • Expose students to models of ethical and effective service and Haas Center resources and support.
  • Help new students to feel more confident about stepping up as public service leaders at Stanford.

The Fall 2019 retreat will take place at Golden Gate National Park. We will depart from the Haas Center at 3pm Friday, November 8, and return to the Haas Center at 3pm Saturday, November 9. 

Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Register here.

For more information about the retreat, contact Reza Rezvani.