Mentor Reflection

In my first year as a college student comes to an end, I am starting to look back at how blessed I truly was this year at CMU. I was blessed with the perfect mentor who truly became my 'mentor of the year.' If I hadn't had Liz Colvin as my mentor, I don't think [...]

Campus Ambassadors

As a prospective college student, I was forced to pick schools to travel to and tour. Many people don't believe me when I say "I made my college decision based off of the quality of my tours." There were two that stood out to me the most, and I think it's easy to say that [...]

DIS Lead team

Diversity. Inclusion. Service. Some may see these three words as the foundation of Leadership, but in my eyes it was only the foundation of my Lead team within Central Michigan University's Leadership Institute. The Diversity, Inclusion, and Service (DIS) Lead team was something that as a Leader Advancement Scholar, I was required to participate in. [...]

Post-Service Trip Reflection

  What? On February 10th, my Leader Advancement Scholarship Cohort and I, headed out of Mt. Pleasant and into the city of Detroit, Michigan for an intense and quick service trip. We took time to bond as a cohort and grow individually in knowledge, experience and understanding. While, on this trip we made multiple stops [...]

It’s Not What You Do, It’s Why You Do It

Simon Sinek is a "visionary thinker with a rare intellect" and is focusing his life on teaching other how to inspire people. In his TED Talk "How great leaders inspire action," Simon explains the golden circle and explains why people follow certain ideas over others. The process is called the Golden Circle. Working from the [...]

SPARK Leadership

As a student at Central Michigan University and an involved student in the Leadership Institute on campus, I had the opportunity to SPARK change with 100 CMU student leaders during the SPARK leadership experience. After spending 6 hours filled with motivation, inspiration, ice breakers and challenge courses I can successfully say that I learned so [...]