PLP Weekly Update!
Welcome to the one stop for all your PLP need-to-knows!
LAMS to Host Renowned Leadership Scholar, Richard Couto!
Interested in pursuing a graduate degree in leadership studies? Want to learn more about the field and those who have influenced it? Join Leadership faculty and fellow students for a conversation with Dr. Richard Couto, esteemed scholar of leadership and an influential contributor to the field.
Hunger & Housing
High School Honor & Academic Integrity Conference at CNU
Newport News Public Schools; Youth Development
NRHH Annual Pancake Breakfast!
Any Service Track!
REACH is an Alternative Spring Break organization, our mission is to provide the opportunity for all CNU students to serve. Are you ready to REACH out a helping hand?
Spring break is 2/28/13 thru 3/10/13. You must be completely available for the duration of the trip as well as weekly meetings during the second semester of the academic year leading up to the trip.
Questions? Contact Cate Graney Caitlin.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply Here: http://tiny.cc/REACHstudentApp
Donate to a local charity through your grocery cards
PLP IMPACT Updates
If you would like to know more about us, attend our meetings! They are every Wednesday at 12pm in the Crow's Nest!
Contact Sarah Sullivan Cross or Kayleigh Wagner if you have any questions about how to get involved!
Study Abroad Opportunities:
Apply to be a Coffeehouse Speaker!
We are now accepting applications for the Spring 2014 Coffeehouse Speaker Series! This is an opportunity for you to share significant experiences and insights about leadership from unique and diverse perspectives with members of the CNU community. Did you study abroad this summer? Have an amazing internship? Accomplish something you're proud of? Come share your story and apply to be a Coffeehouse Speaker Today! Coffeehouse Speaker Application. Priority Deadline: Monday, December 2nd. Contact Kate Sheridan with questions or for more information
Upcoming PASSPORT EVENTS:
Passport Destination: Habitat for Humanity Homeowner Speaker
Thursday, Nov. 14th, 7-8pm
The purpose of this event is to educate our CNU community about Habitat for Humanity's mission by hearing a story of personal experience from a local Habitat homeowner. The speaker will inform us on the process that a potential Habitat homeowner goes through. This event illustrates how volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, either at the ReStore or on local builds, personally affects the life of a homeowner and their family. http://www.habitat.org/ Reflection Question: What is the mission of Habitat for Humanity and how am I able to personally help with this cause in my own community?
Passport Destination Calendar
Senior Circle Updates:
Planning on graduating in December 2013??
Congratulations!! Please notify Bridget Resetco (email@example.com) by Friday, November 15th to make sure you've fulfilled all your PLP requirements for graduation!