Collegiate Leadership Development Program
About the Program
The Collegiate Leadership Development Program (CLDP) aims to cultivate the next generation of Latino leaders by promoting community and activism. The CLDP is designed to promote and facilitate constructive dialogue and interaction between Latino students and key university officials. Latino students will gain a better understanding of the university’s organizational structure and how students can play a more effective role in influencing and formulating university policy. Simultaneously, students will help university officials, including administrators, faculty, and staff, gain a better understanding of the needs and concerns of Latino students, and a greater appreciation for Latino interest in campus life and university affairs.
- Participants: College Students and University Officials
- Program Length: 7 Weeks
- Program Culmination: USHLI National Conference
- Scholarship: To receive a USHLI National Conference scholarship, participants must attend all seven sessions of the CLDP. Scholarships are non-transferable and for first-time graduates only.
- Records: Agendas, sign-in and sign-out sheets, copies of all materials provided in each session (budget summary, table of organization, etc.) should be forwarded to USHLI.
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