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The Center for Student Leadership 2014-2015
The SRJC Center for Student Leadership is a component of Student Affairs

During the academic year, 2014-2015, the SRJC, CSL will explore the many facets of leadership through interactive workshops and seminars. This year all workshops will be sponsored by one of our many diverse campus clubs. Student leaders will have the opportunity to share their personal and club's goals and objectives.

One of our Inter Club Council members/leaders will be the presenters!

The CSL events and presentations aim to provide engagement, information and the resources necessary to develop personal integrity, organizational understanding, communication skills, and an ethic of service.

When: Thursdays, 12noon-1pm

Where: Center For Student Leadership, Bertolini Student Center, 1st Floor, east end.

Cost: Free and open to the entire campus community

Bring your lunch!

August 28, September 25, October 30, November 20, December 18,

January 29, February 26, March 26, April 30, May 14,

For more information or questions, please contact Sahara Chaldean, SRJC, Student Affairs, Student Center Coordinator, 707-527-4460,

"Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other." - John Fitzgerald Kennedy


Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges