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Sophomore/Senior Opportunities

 Leadership Day Opportunities for Sophomores and Seniors

 

 

Every sophomore and senior is required to participate in at least one of the following Leadership Day activities.

 

LEADERSHIP DAY 2013 SIGNUPS WILL OPEN in the Fall 2014 semester. 

 

Seniors must register for their chosen Senior Seminar (LDRS411) through Banner.


Activities that are approved for Sophomore Service (LDRS211) credit are in RED boxes.

Activities that are approved for Senior Seminar (LDRS411) credit are in BLUE boxes.

Activities that are approved for Leadership Day (but not LDRS211 or LDRS411) are in GREEN.

 

 

APPROVED ACTIVITIES FOR SENIOR SEMINAR (LDRS411) CREDIT

Note: ALL Seniors must complete an SLIS. Most Senior Seminars will be held on Leadership Day (October 22, 2014).

Lunch will be provided at all SLIS (LDRS411) Locations.

Business (Supply Chain Management)

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by the SC Ports Authority. Includes tour of facilities.sc ports

Slots available: 25
Eligibility: Senior Business Administration majors
Location:
SC Ports Authority Terminal 400 Long Point Road, Mount Pleasant

Banking

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by Wells Fargo Bank.

Slots available: 25wells fargo
Eligibility:
Senior Business Administration majors
Location:
Wells Fargo Bank, 177 Meeting Street, second floor

Computer Technology

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by Google.

Slots available: 20google
Eligibility:
Senior Mathematics and Computer Science majors
Location:
Google

Medical/Research

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by MUSC.

Slots available: 25musc
Eligibility:
Senior Biology/chemistry, selected HESS, and selected Psychology majors*
Location:
Medical University of South Carolina

*requires Department Head recommendation

Sales

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by Hendricks Automotive Group.

Slots available: 20hendrick auto
Eligibility:
Senior Business Administration majors and others majors interested in this profession
Location:
Hendricks Automotive, Savannah Highway

General Business

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed in various professional areas including: accounting, advertising, marketing, insurance, small business entrepreneurs, and sales.

Slots available: 50
Eligibility:
Seniors in business administration and other majors interested in this profession
Location:
Club Level, Johnson Hagood Stadium

Government, Defense, and Private Consulting

Seminar will focus on consulting jobs with major clients including global corporations in health, energy, and financial services sectors as well as nearly all departments and agencies across the US federal government. All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by Booz, Allen, and Hamilton.

Slots available: 20booz
Eligibility:
Senior STEM majors, Business Administration majors, and other majors
Location:
Booz, Allen, & Hamilton 1141 Remount Road, North Charleston

Manufacturing, Defense, Contracting, and Science & Technology

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by General Dynamics Land Systems- Force Protection, Inc. Includes tour of facilities.gen dynam

Slots available: 25
Eligibility:
Senior STEM majors, business majors, and other majors interested in working in the manufacturing industry
Location:
General Dynamics, Land Systems- Force Protection

Manufacturing and Aerospace Industry

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by Boeing. Includes tour of facilities.boeing

Slots available: 20
Eligibility:
Senior STEM majors, business majors, and other majors interested in working in the manufacturing industry
Location:
Boeing Plant

Military (Air Force)

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by the US Air Force.air force

Slots available: 15
Eligibility:
Senior Air Force contract cadets
Location:
Joint Base Charleston

Military (Army)

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by the US Army.army

Slots available: 100
Eligibility:
Senior US Army contract cadets
Location:
Altman Center

Engineering

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by Life Cycle Engineering.

Slots available: 25life cycle
Eligibility:
Senior Engineering majors
Location:
Life Cycle Engineering 4360 Corporate Road, North Charleston

Law

All career professional attorneys represent multiple Charleston law firms and specialize in various area of the practice of law.

Slots available: 25barnwell whaley
Eligibility: Seniors interested in the legal profession
Location:
Barnwell Whaley Patterson & Helms 288 Meeting Street

Engineering

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by Lindbergh & Associates.

Slots available: 25lindbergh
Eligibility:
Senior Engineering majors
Location:
Lindbergh & Associates 2170 Ashley Phosphate Road

Engineering

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by SCANA/SCE&G.

Slots available: 25scana
Eligibility:
Senior Engineering majors
Location:
SCE&G

Education

All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by Dorchester County School District.

Slots available: 5
Eligibility:
Senior Education majors
Location:
Dorchester County

Law Enforcement & Homeland Security

All career professionals involved in the seminar have served or are serving within the City of Charleston PD, Charleston County Sherriff's office, FBI, or Homeland Security.chl pd

Slots available: 60
Eligibility:
Seniors interested in the law enforcement profession
Location:
Holliday Alumni Center

International & Domestic Public Service

All career professionals involved in the seminar have served or are serving as either international or domestic public service professionals.

Slots available: 40
Eligibility:
Senior Political Science majors
Location:
Holliday Alumni Center

Health & Sports Science

All career professionals involved in the seminar have served or are serving as Health Exercise or Sports Science professionals.

Slots available: 40
Eligibility:
Senior HESS majors
Location:
Joe Reilly Park

Military (US Navy and Marines)

 All career professionals involved in the seminar are serving professionals employed by the US Navy.

Slots available: 80
Elibility:
Senior US Navy contract cadets
Location:
Riverview Room

Psychology

*This seminar is offered in the Spring sememster. While this SLIS will complete your requirements for LDRS411, it is NOT an approved Leadership Day activity. If you register for the Psychology seminar, you will also need to select an activity for Leadership Day (October 22).

Slots available: 50
Location:
Riverview Room


Additional information TBA

 

 

APPROVED ACTIVITIES FOR SOPHOMORE SERVICE (LDRS211) CREDIT

Note: actual LDRS211 credit will be calculated by actual hours served

Krause Center Service Teams

Students will get the opportunity to serve an agency in need in the Charleston area, such as Habitat for Humanity, The Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, Cannon St YMCA, Salvation Army, and the Charleston Animal Society.

Time: 0800-1600
Slots available:
250
Eligibility:
Open to anyone
Uniform:
ACU/BDU
Location:
Cadets will meet in Buyer Auditorium in Mark Clark Hall at 0800 for a kick off session, and will then disperse to their service site.
Transportation:
POV and Citadel vehicles
Populations served:
Individuals with disabilities
POC: Caleb Fair; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SHARE Project Leader

In its third year, the SHARE (School Heroism Activity for Remembrance and Engagement) Project will send 60-70 teams of freshman students, led by trained upperclassmen, into 10-15 innovation zone schools in Charleston County. Each team will include two upperclassmen leaders. Cadets will speak with students, many of whom are at Title I schools, about heroism and service to others.

Cadet Leaders will be responsible for assembling and training teams on Leadership Day, and making sure that their team meets their objectives.

Leaders must complete SHARE training prior to Leadership Day. This training will take place on ___ October in Mark Clark Hall.

Time: 0800-1400
Slots available:
Eligibility:
Open to all sophomores and seniors
Uniform:
Duty
Location:
Charleston County Schools
Transportation:
N/A
Populations served:
Students of the Charleston County School District, many of which are Title I schools
POC: Dr. Lori Fernald; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Therapeutic Horseback Farm (Blissful Dreams)

The goal of this project is to provide a service opportunity for cadets in which they will perform tasks for the maintenance of a therapeutic horseback farm which serves children with disabilities. In providing this valuable service, the cadets will learn about the opportunities this organization provides to an underserved population in and around the Charleston area.

Time: 0900-1300
Slots available:
Eligibility:
Open to all sophomores and seniors
Uniform:
PT
Location:
935 Blissful Lane; Huger, SC 29450
Transportation:
POV
Populations served:
Individuals with disabilities
POC: Dr. Dena Garner; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

FIRST Lego League Service Project

Sophomore Electrical Engineering students will assemble complex game pieces to be used in the regional FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Lego League competition that is sponsored by the Charleston Engineers Joint Council. Assembly will take place on the third floor of Grimsley Hall under IEEE student chapter leadership.

Time: 0900-1400
Slots available:
20
Eligibility:
Open to Electrical and Computer Engineering sophomores. Priority will be given to IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) student chapter members.
Uniform:
Duty
Location:
Grimsley Hall- Third floor
Populations served:
regional middle school students
POC:
Ron Hayne; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SHARE Card Distribution Team

Cadets will gather SHARE cards and team surveys as the SHARE cadet teams report back to campus. They will then distribute the cards to local agencies (Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, police stations, etc).

Time: 1300-1700
Slots available:
15
Eligibility:
Open to all sophomores and seniors
Location:
On campus and at various card delivery sites
Transportation:
POV
POC: Dr. Conway Saylor; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Engineering Outreach to Middle School Students—Civil Engineering

Middle school students will visit The Citadel school of Engineering to learn about civil and electrical engineering and to participate in laboratory demonstrations to team middle school students about fundamental concepts of civil engineering from Civil Engineering cadets.

Time: 0800-1600
Slots available:
10
Eligibility:
Civil Engineering Freshman in Victor Company
Uniform:
Duty
Location:
On Campus
Populations served:
Middle school students
POC: William Davis; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 
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APPROVED ACTIVITIES FOR LEADERSHIP DAY

Note: the options below are not approved for Sophomore Service or Senior Seminar credit

American Red Cross Volunteer Orientation and Training

The Red Cross is always in need of disaster trained volunteers to help them help the community in the event of a large scale disaster. As more than 90 percent of their total work force is composed of volunteers, they rely on altruistic people to carry out their humanitarian work. The first step to volunteering with the American Red Cross is to attend the new Volunteer Orientation and Disaster Service Overview class where students will learn exactly how they can assist individuals affected by disasters. Red Cross training is the same throughout the United States. This class will allow you to volunteer for the Red Cross anywhere in the United States. These classes will also enable students to take additional classes depending on his or her are of interest.

Time: 0900-1300
Slots available:
200
Eligibility:
Open to anyone (student or employee) interested in serving the American Red Cross during a disaster
Uniform:
Duty
Location:
Buyer Auditorium
Populations served:
Individuals affected by disaster
POC: Hillary Boyd; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Non-Partisan Poll Manager Training for Charleston County Board of Elections

Attend 3 hour non-partisan poll manager training session and facility tour on 8/23 at the Charleston Board of Elections headquarters. Cadets completing training are eligible to be poll managers at one of 108 precincts for the November 5 election. $120.00 pay for completing both training and working on election day.

Time: 10:30-2:30
Slots available:
60
Eligibility:
Open to all sophomores, seniors, or graduate student
Location:
Charleston Board of Elections headquarters 4367 Headquarters Rd, North Charleston
Transportation:
Citadel vehicle
Populations served:
Registered voters in Charleston County
POC:
Brian Norris; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Leadership Day Site Photographers

Students will be assigned to cover one or more Leadership Day activities and photograph the activity and its participants in a documentary style for use in various media. This is only open to students who are enrolled in or have completed FNAR250.

Time: Dependent on site assignment
Slots available:
20
Eligibility:
Open to students who are enrolled in or have completed FNAR250 Photography
Location:
Various LD sites
Transportation:
POV
POC:
Tiffany Silverman; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Citadel Safe Zone Workshop

In partnership with the South Carolina Gay-Straight Alliance Network, students have the option to attend this training that incorporates cultural copetencies for LGBT communities within the framework of the Citadel's Core Volues: Honor, Duty and Respect.

Time: 1300-1600
Eligibility:
Open to all sophomores and seniors
Location:
On Campus
POC:
Jen Bennett; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SHARE On Campus Staging Support

Faculty and staff members who sign up for this option will be given maps of the SHARE bus routes, and will help the cadet leaders communicate locations to the Freshman.

Time: 0800-0930
Slots available:
15
Eligibility:
Open to all faculty and staff
Location:
On Campus
POC: Dr. Lori Fernald; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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