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Leadership & Service

Explore, Engage, Evolve

At Tarleton , we believe that true leadership is a skill that can be learned by anyone. It's a process that helps you identify and understand your personal values, the importance of interdependence with others, and your responsibility to contribute to a greater society. Ultimately, leadership is the result of collaboration, empowerment, service and civic engagement.

Ready to go on the leadership journey? Here's the path we suggest you take:

Take time to learn about yourself and explore your interests. Here's a few ways to get started:

  • Attend Leadership 101. This is an interactive, 8-part workshop series held each fall that introduces the concepts of modern leadership.
  • Discover the community through Service Saturdays. Small service events are held throughout the fall and spring semester in partnership with various local non-profit and community agencies.
  • Take part in involvement and service fairs. These are offered throughout the academic year and are the perfect opportunity to discover how you can get involved.
  • Attend campus and community events. The Tarleton Activities Board (T.A.B.) offers a lot of free on-campus events that open the door to meeting new people and making connections.

Get involved with Leadership & Service

The Office of Leadership & Service Programs offers a variety of ways to develop your leadership skills and get involved in serving Tarleton and the community.


More Leadership Opportunities

Tarleton has plenty of ways to get involved, lead and serve. Here are some areas outside of the Office of Leadership & Service Programs that many interest you.