April 7, 2011
Since 1999, the Student Leadership Institute (SLI), sponsored by Santa Ana College and California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), has brought together students and professionals for two days of training focused on honing leadership skills in a select group of 70 college students.
SLI is non-credit, certificate-bearing leadership program that consists of nine one and two-hour workshops. Topics covered include: communications skills, the diverse community, effective leadership, public speaking, marketing your leadership abilities, time management, creating networks, ethical decision-making, and
Santa Ana College
R126 (Friday seminars) and R124 (Saturday seminars)
1530 W. 17th St., Santa Ana, California 92706
Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9
8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
70 Santa Ana College students have been selected as participants.
Keynote Speakers Alicia Maciel, Director of Strategic Initiatives, THINK Together and Dr. America Bracho, President and CEO, Latino Health Access
Roman Reyna, Santa Ana Unified School District Board Member, Time Management
Frank Dominguez, Leadership Consultant and Trainer, Effective Leadership
Tom Serafin, Santa Ana Police Department, Creating Networks
Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) Chancellor Raúl Rodríguez, Ph.D.,
The SLI helps students acquire solid leadership skills and benefit from experienced professionals and community leaders who take the time to share their expertise and real-world experiences.
For more information, contact Daniel Marquez at (714) 564-6214. An SLI Alumni Advisory Board that includes Frank Luna, SLI Class of 2010; Berizohar Padilla, SLI Class of 2010; Oscar Pilotzi, SLI Class of 2010;Victoria Rivera, SLI Class of 2010, and Kaylee Tran, SLI Class of 2010; provides support and ideas to the institute.
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