What do teamwork and leadership have to do with your ELEVATE experience at Moravian? In a word: everything.
That’s why regardless of your area of study, teamwork and leadership will be part of your core curriculum. Courses, such as your First-Year Seminar, will incorporate collaborative work and leadership skill development in order to explore teamwork in a liberal arts context and reflect the nature of the work you’ll be asked to do in real-world settings.
Take your teamwork and leadership skills to the next level through RISE, an optional add-on to your ELEVATE experience that focuses on realizing your potential to transform communities and the world. This four-phase experience begins as you get involved in campus organizations during your first year and continues with three partial unit courses (adding up to a full elective unit) that explore your own teamwork and leadership experiences. Through RISE, you will learn to Reflect on your leadership experience and to approach teamwork and leadership with Integrity, while you work on Skill-building through ELEVATE. Interested in finding out more? Your Career Development Strategist can get you started!
To find out more about Moravian’s ELEVATE experience, contact your admission counselor at (610) 861-1320 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to hear from you!
During your time at Moravian, your faculty advisor, student success advisor, and career development strategist will work with you to develop your teamwork and leadership skills even further. Our programs assess and develop your emotional intelligence, your capacity to make judgments, and your relationship management skills. By the end of ELEVATE, you should be able to include the following competencies on your resume:
Offered to incoming first-year students who are academically inclined, service-oriented, and leadership-minded.
The goal of the Student Opportunities for Academic Research program is to facilitate undergraduate student research in collaboration with a faculty mentor.
The Moravian University Peace Corps Preparation Program (PCPP) is designed to help students acquire the knowledge, skills, and experience needed to serve in the Peace Corps.
The teamwork and leadership opportunities at Moravian University extend far beyond our classrooms. There are co-curricular activities for every student! You can participate in a student-run club or organization, find a volunteer or internship opportunity through the Center for Career and Civic Engagement, lead your own summer research project on campus, participate in ROTC, and more. Every activity is a chance to develop your skills while enriching your college experience.