Leaders of Social Change (LOSC) is a great way for students to learn about effective leaders, historical events, and how to make a difference in the world. During the LOSC trip, students examine leadership through the lens of social justice movements. Movements that may be featured could relate to race, gender, sexuality, and/or disabilities.
The five-day trip includes touring museums or significant sites, participating in a community service project, and listening to guest speakers and activists. Students will also reflect with others in both small and large groups, giving individuals the opportunity to connect with others and discuss how they view different social issues.
LOSC challenges students to define what leadership and social justice means to them personally and get to know others with similar passions and values.
Interested in LOSC, but want to know more? Attend an information session held by a former trip leader and have all of your questions answered. Information sessions will be held:
|Monday, September 11th||12:30 - 1:30 pm|
|Thursday, September 14th||5:30 - 6:30 pm|
|Tuesday, September 19th||7:00 - 8:00 pm|
Seats are limited so sign up and reserve your seat today!
Student Participant Applications are open for the LOSC Trip. Applications are due October 1st, and all students are eligible for a free trip waiver.
Student Facilitator Applications are currently closed. Applications for the 2019 LOSC trip will open in the Spring Semester.
Discover what previous participants learned during their trip. Check out our Student Testimonials.