The Stephen R. Covey Leadership Center's mission is to develop principle-centered leaders of character and competence, who elevate society. The Covey Leadership Fellows are mission-critical in the creation and delivery of leadership development opportunities that enable the growth and transformation of the Utah State University student body, members of the community, and beyond.
The Covey Leadership Program Coordinator is a highly innovative individual that is driven to dream big to make a lasting impact on USU and beyond. It is the responsibility of the Program Coordinator to oversee the creation of events and programs that are compelling and transformative. The Stephen R. Covey Leadership Center name is known throughout the world as a symbol of leadership excellence, and the Fellows are tasked with leveraging the brand equity we have with the world to make a positive difference.
Your roles as Program Coordinator will include:
Programs in Detail:
Covey Leadership Club
The Covey Leadership Club is a community of students who are interested in developing their leadership and helping others to do the same. Led by the Covey Leadership Fellows, this community provides support for many of the activities of the Covey Leadership Center and receives additional opportunities for their personal leadership development. You act as a club member and advisor.
The Covey Leadership Center is frequently hosting leadership workshops with different groups of students and professionals. These groups may include, Green Canyon High School Athletics, USU clubs, elementary student groups, CAPSA, and more. It is the Covey Fellows responsibility to discover the needs of their workshop participants, develop the content, and facilitate its delivery in a professional manor. You help coordinator, organize and create these and new opportunities.
These are events for K-12 students where 100-150 students from schools all around the valley travel to USU campus to learn more about principle-centered leadership. Our trainings revolve around our LEAD model.
Leadership Week is a one week period where leadership takes center stage on USU campus. The Covey Leadership Program Coordinator plan events each day of Leadership Week with the purpose of creating a more principle-centered culture at Utah State University.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities necessary for success:
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We believe that the best leaders dream big, prepare, take risks, create value, and give back. The Huntsman School provides unique learning experiences that develop these characteristics, preparing students to become leaders who leave the world better than they found it.
We started as the first business school in the West and have a proud legacy, but we’re not done yet. We strive each year to “Dare Mighty Things,” to honor the Huntsman name by putting our students first and developing programs that align with values such as ethical leadership and entrepreneurial spirit. We see successful outcomes of this approach in the lives of our students and alumni every day. We invite you to become a part of our aspirational journey.
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