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Leadership Opportunities & Programs

Looking to build your leadership skills? There are several student leadership opportunities & programs offered through Student Life. Get a deeper understanding of leadership by attending speakers or seminars offered throughout the year. Gain leadership experience by being part of student leadership organizations while having a direct impact on the lives of your fellow students by helping to create policy, affect change, plan events and publish campus-wide communications.

Student Life Leadership Development Model

 

Academic SuccessACADEMIC SUCCESS
Great connections to FVTC and its resources 
Improved organization & time management strategies 
Emphasis on academic excellence 
Involved students are more likely to graduate 

Personal GrowthPERSONAL GROWTH
Identity exploration, realization and development
Greater self-confidence
Resume builder 
Discovery of passions and strengths 

Enhanced Group DynamicsENHANCED GROUP DYNAMICS
Connections with others that have similar interests 
Improved conflict resolution skills
Ability to function in groups of all kinds of people
Deeper awareness & appreciation of cross-cultural differences
 

CAMPUS LEADERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS

Student Government Association

Student Government Association (SGA) is the voice of the FVTC student body. SGA discusses student-related items with the college leadership and work together to make your college experience better.

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Oshkosh Student Board

Oshkosh Student Board (OSB) promotes the interests of our students at the Oshkosh campuses. We promote positive relationships between faculty and students.

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CEO - Campus Engagement Organization

Build leadership skills by helping to plan events and activities for the campus community, including the Speaker Series, movies, family events, musicians and more.

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Student Leadership Collaboration

BizSquad is a grant-funded initiative that utilizes the skills of FVTC business students in supplemental, hands-on learning projects above their regular coursework. The added learning experience provides opportunities for students to help local organizations reach their business goals. 

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Student Life Center

Visit:
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 
Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Student Life Center is located in Room E137, on the Appleton Campus, next to the Commons.

Call: 920-735-2545

email: Student Life

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