SLiCE has extended the deadline for accepting applications for the Praxis program through the end of the spring semester. Praxis is a program that provides resources to students interested in implementing ongoing projects in the community centered on positive change and social action. Project leaders must be students at CSU and their respective projects must benefit the community as a new program or a major improvement to an existing program. Examples of existing Praxis programs include Boys and Girls Club Youth Mentoring, Community Literacy Project, TGIF, and GED Graduation Ceremony.
Praxis is a three-semester commitment and requires that all project leaders schedule a one-hour training with the Praxis coordinator to go over the process. Approved projects receive financial resources, ongoing training, and support throughout the three-semester commitment. Projects are typically awarded between $500 and $1000, but funding up to $2000 is possible. Applications can be found online and addition questions should be directed to Brett Rundle.
We recognized our certificate earners for the past year last week at the REAL Awards Banquet. SLiCE is pleased to recognize the following people for their hard work this semester:
Level 1: Personal Foundation of Leadership Certificate
The Foundation of Leadership Certificate focuses on development of basic leadership definitions, ideas, theories. This certificate clarifies the various roles of leadership and interactions that occur between the leader, followers, and situation.
Dee Fernan Soliman
Level 2: Leadership Skills and Professional Enhancement Certificate
The Leadership Skills and Professional Enhancement area will focus on building upon the basic experience learned through the foundations level. This level will allow participants to gain a stronger understanding of their current skills and how to utilize them. In addition, this level will allow participants to expand upon their current skill level as well as gain new proficiencies for effective application.
Level 3 – Organizational Leadership Certificate
The Organizational Leadership area of development will allow individuals to learn how to effectively utilize their proficiencies gained from Level I and Level II to apply towards organizational, group, and team development.
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The Student Organization and Advisor Recognition (SOAR) Ceremony honors and recognizes all Registered Student Organizations, officers, members, and advisors at CSU. Awards were presented for outstanding achievement in the following five areas: organizational performance, marketing, programming, leadership and service, and advising. Within these five categories, both individuals and organizations were recognized.
SLiCE is pleased to congratulate the following award winners:
Advisor Gratitude Award
Tony Pang, LSC Governing Board
Advisor Gratitude Award
Clark Erwin-Billones, Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc.
Best Flyers and Posters
Pi Lambda Chi Latina Sorority, Inc.
Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, Inc.
International Interior Design Association (IIDA)
Best Social Networking Site
Alpha Phi Omega
Best Cultural Awareness Program
Chinese Student Scholars Association for Chinese New Year Celebration
Best Educational Program
National Council of Teachers of English for The Hunger Games
Best Collaborative Program
Shades of CSU for Annual Mixed Race Week
Best Outreach Program
Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. for Los Manos Youth Leadership Conference
Best Pre-Professional Program
Pre-Veterinary Club for Pre-Vet Day
Best Annual Program
Indian Student Association for India Nite 2010
Best Overall Program
United Men of Color for Black History Month Closing Concert
Most Improved Sport Club
Women’s Ice Hockey
The Carole Becker Officer of the Year Award
Emily Frost for Women’s Volleyball
New Officer of the Year
Steve Sandler for Men’s Lacrosse
Coach of the Year
Blake Stevens to Men’s Rugby
Bill Hill Club of the Year
Sophomore Leader Award
Junior Leader Award
Senior Leader Award
Graduate Student Leader Award
Outstanding Community Service Individual
Outstanding Collaboration Award
United Men of Color
Outstanding Mentoring Award
Outstanding Community Building Award
Student Veterans Organization
Outstanding New Organization Award
Outstanding Student Innovation Award
Young Producers Organization
Outstanding Scholarly Dialogue Award
Leaders in Free Thought
Outstanding Community Service Award
Collegiate Music Educators National Conference
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