Leadership Fellows Program

The Leadership Fellows Program facilitates leadership development throughout a participant's tenure at Randolph-Macon College by blending theory with practical experiences.

The program is guided by and instructs participants on the predominant theories of leadership including the Great Man Theory, behavioral theories, reciprocal theories, and many others.

Leadership Fellows have the opportunity to progress through a guided leadership development program that will prepare them for future leadership and employment opportunities.  The program culminates in the Certificate in Leadership Studies.

Who Can Apply?

The Leadership Fellows Program is designed to begin in the first-year of college; however, students in their sophomore year, and junior year may, also, apply and can complete the program.

What Are the Qualifications Needed to be Accepted?

Leadership is demonstrated in many ways.  In general, Leadership Fellows have a desire to make the world a better place, and they can articulate their commitment to relationships, service, and ethical behavior.

What is the Process for Applying?

Potential Leadership Fellows should complete the application by clicking on the link below.  After completing the application, candidates will be contacted for a brief interview.  Interviews can be conducted by phone, Skype, or in person.  The type of interview has no effect on acceptance, so the type a candidate selects is a matter of personal preference and convenience.

Leadership Fellows Program Overview

The Leadership Fellows Program is divided into eight key types of experiences.  Select the links below to learn about each type of experiences and the program requirements to complete that experience.