Developmental outcomes

Student leaders at Furman are challenged to: 

  • Have integrity
  • Demonstrate care and concern for others
  • Evoke thoughtful self-evaluation
  • Respect differences
  • Make responsible decisions
  • Hold themselves and others accountable
  • Collaborate
  • Communicate effectively
  • Exhibit ethical leadership
  • Develop personal and professional identity

New Fellows (First Year)

Start by finding out about yourself. What motivates you? What are your strengths as an individual and as a leader? What strategies do you rely on to get the job done? What is your role in a group setting? Participate in activities that will build confidence and self-awareness as well help you focus on your passions. These sessions include topics such as: Junior Achievement, Expectations of Great Leaders, Professionalism and Etiquette, Strengths Quest, and Finding/Following your passion(s).

Sophomore Fellows (Second Year)

Immerse yourself in the student experience. Forge ties with other members of the university and Greenville community to complete a Passion Project. Implement constructive programs and events for organizations, schools, community groups/members, and/or causes that connect with your passion(s). Sophomore Fellows participate in activities and sessions that include topics such as: Event Planning, Personal Finance/Budgeting, Advocacy/Public Speaking, Sponsorship, Advertising/Publicity, and Grant Proposal Writing.

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