Leadership Learning in the Outdoors for Group and Individual Change, better known as Leadership LOGIC, is a two-day overnight leadership development program at no cost to students. Specifically, LOGIC caters to FSU students who have not participated in a leadership development program before. It is a great way to explore leadership knowledge and skills through individual, small group and large group interactions.
Not only do participants learn about leadership development, but they also meet fellow FSU students and participate in engaging activities. Weather permitting, the group will spend most of the weekend outside in hands-on exercises that apply leadership theories.
In partnership with Campus Recreation, the overnight program is held at the Rez and makes use of the FSU Challenge Course. Students stay overnight in the cabins on site, all of which are equipped with air conditioning and multiple bathrooms.
Spring 2017 sessions:
Friday, March 31 – Saturday, April 1
Please submit your intent to participate by March 24 at 5 p.m. for priority consideration for this session.
Join the team
If you are looking for a way to further your personal leadership development, we encourage you to apply to be a Leadership LOGIC coordinator or facilitator for the 2017-2018 school year. As a coordinator or facilitator, you have the opportunity to create a meaningful experience for future participants through collaboration with the LOGIC team to build curriculum, plan the weekend retreats, and facilitate leadership learning.
Further role descriptions, responsibilities, and benefits can be found on the first page of the application, which is due by April 9 at 11:59 p.m.
If you have any questions feel free to email email@example.com or call Erica Wiborg at 850-645-6856.