Leadership Programs

Leadership Programs

College Leadership Programs for Students.

Why You Should Take Advantage

For many college students, what happens outside the classroom is just as impactful as what they learn from their professors inside. A number of important life lessons and soft skills cannot easily be “taught,” but are instead learned through experience.

College leadership programs for students are one way that some colleges and universities foster leadership through structured experiences. These offerings often extend beyond the classroom and provide one of the most important life skills; something students should take advantage of.

Multiple Opportunities to Lead and Grow

CTM knows the benefits of different on-campus leadership opportunities and encourages students to find ways to get involved. While working toward a diploma or degree, college students are provided the chance to lead others through a number of extracurricular and co-curricular experiences, which can help create more well-rounded graduates for better in our society.

For instance, students can hold important leadership positions by serving as a advisor, on the student government, or through service leadership. At CTM specifically, students can also make a difference through one of the school’s Action Teams Outreach, (ATO) as well as through local nonprofits or churches. Our college students have incredible heart and desire to love others through these opportunities and they learn what it means to value people, see others importancy, and become Jesus’ hands and feet wherever they find themselves.

Leadership Programs at CTM

College of Theology and Missions offers structured opportunities that encourage servant leadership and provide access to experiences that many students have never encountered before. We encourage our students to engage with others and learn to invest in their community as well. Whether these engagements are on or off-campus, it is important for our students to be in community with others and put their leadership skills into action. Our college is committed to student leadership opportunities both on campus, in the community and look forward to developing and continuing to grow and mentor future leaders

Through the college Program, students are prepared to become good and godly leaders to serve the church and the community they live and work. As future leaders, they are trained to nurture incoming freshmen during orientation as well as throughout the school year. College program emphasizes servant leadership, which focuses more on humility than power. Additionally, the wilderness training program is design to prepare them for the varied and unpredictable challenges associated with the responsibility of leadership.

Having the privilege of leading college student for some years now into different mission field, we have seen our students learn to become selfless, value others, trust one another, and build authentic relationships with each other. It is important for our students to learn what it can look like to live in an authentic community, where people practice serving one another and loving one another.

The Benefits of Leadership

Leadership is a timeless virtue that employers value deeply. It can often be difficult to convey leadership experience on paper, as it is a quality that is typically earned and conveyed through experience. However, college leadership programs for students are a great way to hone this important skill and to convey their experiences to future employers.

As leaders, our students learn to work with a diverse group of people and live out their faith through relationships with others. So, no matter what setting they are placed in, they can learn to integrate their faith into their lives by working well with others and by putting their faith into action. We are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus, and we have seen our students and alumni serve and represent Jesus well in various contexts.”

Are you interested in honoring your leadership skills and working toward a certificate, diploma or degree in College of Theology and Missions, we are here to help you explore your options and chart a career path. Yes together we can.

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