Collegiate Leadership Vanderbilt
Collegiate Leadership Vanderbilt (CLV) is a year-long program which meets once a month with leaders from the campus and local community. These interactions help students define, articulate, and apply a personal definition of leadership in the following ways:
1. Introduces students to real world leaders from diverse segments of the community: business, religion, art, non-profit, political, etc.
2. Allows students to hear insights from these leaders and apply them to their everyday leadership roles.
3. Asks students to choose the insights that work best for them.
By the end of the program students should be able to incorporate what they learn into a personal definition of leadership.
This program is available to rising sophomore through senior students who are interested and meet the eligibility requirements. Students must have a grade point average of 2.8 or higher. CLV takes place during the fall and spring semesters (seven months).