The Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement (OLCE) manages three vehicles that can be reserved and used for university related transport of students for service and service-learning purposes. These vehicles can only be driven by paid student, staff, or faculty employees who are University van trained by OLCE staff, the Office of Environmental Health & Safety, or another authorized UNCG van safety trainer. Drivers will also be required to have a valid driver’s license and provide a driving record.
GivePulse is our online service platform containing information about community organizations in Greensboro and beyond. It allows students to record and track service hours and allows community organization to post service opportunities! Information includes everything from contact information, volunteer positions, community-based research questions and more. Visit uncg.givepulse.com to explore your opportunities!
Gender Diversity Toolkit
This toolkit is intended to be an accessible document for gender diverse students (this is inclusive of transgender, gender non-binary, gender non-conforming, and queer) students, and all who support them within and beyond the university. Our goal is to provide a platform that connects all members of our university community to campus, local, and national resources around supporting and advocating for gender diverse students. View it at intercultural.uncg.edu/transgender-and-non-binary-resource-toolkit.
OLCE staff members can create tailored workshops for classes, groups, departments, etc. based on identified needs including effective communication, self-awareness, goal setting, and conflict management. View our training workshops here.
BECOME A SILVER LEADERSHIP COACH
Program Background– UNCG is committed to providing students with leadership education, training, and development. The three-tiered Leadership Challenge program helps students work on personal growth initiatives, identify behavioral tendencies, and learn how their actions impact the process of leadership.
What is leadership development coaching?-Coaching is “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.” (from the International Coach Federation)
What does a leadership development coach do?– You’ll support students through the process of achieving specific personal or professional results within their leadership development through individualized coaching sessions.
Through these sessions, you will assist participants in developing personal, professional, and academic goals, and challenge them to find answers from within based on their values, preferences, experiences, and unique perspectives.
What kind of training will I receive?
The initial training will cover coaching vs. counseling, facilitation tools, helping students identify goals, leadership skills assessment and more. You also have the opportunity to attend monthly educational sessions. These sessions will provide you with the tools you need to become an effective coach.
Benefits of becoming a coach:
There are many benefits to becoming a leadership development coach! You will prepare students for a lifetime of active citizenship and ethical leadership – so these students may become the next leaders in their community. In addition, you will develop your own skills in areas such as active listening, guided discovery, and reflective practices.
Program commitments and expectations:
As a Leadership Development Coach, you will accept a coaching term of one academic year.
Sessions are typically 30-45 minutes long and will involve 20-30 minutes of planning/preparation per session.
- Attend training to become a Leadership Development Coach
- When possible, attend the monthly professional development sessions
- Facilitate six individual coaching sessions with each student assigned to you (ideally 3 in the fall, 3 in the spring)
- Champion participants through the creation and development of goals
- Keep and maintain coaching notes
- Maintain open and consistent communication with OLCE
About the Client/Coach Relationship:
The program expects that students can count on their coach to support their personal aspirations and leadership growth by asking questions, making observations, and providing a safe, supportive space in which these topics can be discussed.
The coach can count on the student to be committed to the program and follow through with requirements. Students may also need to work outside of the coaching sessions so that they arrive prepared to engage, be open to feedback and challenge current beliefs.
Both will be committed to the Client/Coach relationship. The Client and Coach may choose to discontinue the coaching relationship at any point in the program.
Interested in becoming a coach?
We are currently accepting candidates who are interested in becoming Leadership Development Coaches! Please email Jarrod Rudd at [email protected] for more details.