SUCCEED as Leaders
Although the corps is on Summer Furlough, The Citadel's Krause Center for Leadership & Ethics is still filled with activity. This summer, the center is hosting the SUCCEED as Leaders (Summer Undergraduate Community-based Civic Engagement Experience for Development as Leaders) summer service learning intensive program.
As part of strategic objective 1.4 to promote college-wide participation in service learning and civic engagement (see The LEAD Plan 2018), six SUCCEED as Leaders Fellows are serving 200 hours at eight approved community partner sites including Charleston Development Academy, Charleston County School District, Little Bulldogs Camp at Burke Middle and High School, Gadsden Green at the Charleston Housing Authority, Healing Farms, HealthyPlay! Wiffle Ball, Camp Rise Above, and the Salvation Army.
2013 Succeed as Leaders fellows are:
Liz Waggoner (Citadel Graduate College)
In addition to serving children and individuals with disabilities, SUCCEED Fellows also help with scholarly research and data collection, develop training materials on social issues, journal about their experiences, and present in a public forum in the upcoming school year.
The Citadel was recently named one of five colleges
and universities across the country to receive the
Washington Center 2013 Higher Education Civic Engagement Award,
sponsored by the New York Life Foundation.
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