Leadership and Service Programs
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Leadership Development Workshops
Enhance and nurture your leadership skills. Attend workshops to learn more about developing leadership and how to apply those skills in the various clubs and organizations on campus.
Engaging in a service opportunity is a rewarding experience. You can gain leadership skills, build confidence, take on new challenges, and make a difference while being a part of a community that cares. Some opportunities to give back to your campus and community include:
- Project Backpack
- Make a Difference Week
- Alternative Spring Break
- ECC’s Big Event
Become a Spartan Orientation Leader and help new students feel welcomed at ECC! Spartan Leaders get paid to work with fun people, develop leadership and communication skills, lead college tours, and make new connections.
Students Educationally Receiving Volunteer Experience (SERVE)
Students earn elective college credit at no cost in exchange for community service and volunteering. Acquire new learning experiences while working to improve the quality of life within area communities. Student interests and time availabilities are matched with agencies seeking volunteers. Learn more about SERVE
Students can be recognized for their academic success and co-curricular participation in various programs on campus. These programs include:
- Trustee Scholars
- Leadership Banquet
Are you interested in practicing public speaking, improving your communication, and building leadership skills? When you join our Toastmasters chapter at ECC, you will be a part of a non-profit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs. Toastmasters is an international organization with membership exceeding 358,000 in more than 16,800 clubs in 143 countries.