The Office of Student Life proudly announces that Randolph-Macon College will be,
again, host the Student Leadership Conference for all student leaders, which will
be held on Saturday, March 8, 2014 from 9:00am - 3:00pm. The theme of the conference
is "1 Year to Make It Happen."
The 2014 Student Leadership Conference will provide both new and experienced leaders
with helpful information, strategies, and best practices to take your organizations
and leadership skills to the next level. Participants will have the opportunity
to participate in a keynote and three break out sessions presented by highly trained
professionals who want to help you become more successful in your personal leadership
journey, as well as, help your organization move to the next level. All of us search
for ways to move from good to great! The 2014 Student Leadership Conference can
be the catalyst to get you and your members moving forward and taking your organziation
to the next level.
Conference Registration is simple. It takes only a few moments to complete. If you
are a Randolph-Macon College student, the Office of Student Life and the Student
Government Association will cover your registration cost. Registration for the conference
for students from other institutions is $20.00. Checks should be made payable to
Randolph-Macon College and mailed to:
You may also pay at registration. Please note that if you register and do not attend,
you will still be billed for the cost of the registration.
Pete Mockaitis (Muh-KITE-iss) is an author and coach who’s served clients in over
30 countries. Pete’s work has enhanced Fortune 100 corporations, high-growth startups,
major nonprofits and an assortment of student groups.
Having led nine student organizations, he believes students make tremendous impact
right now—rather than waiting for “when they become leaders.” This conviction led
him to write The Student Leader’s Field Guide and Team Up while a student at the
University of Illinois.
Pete began his “real-world” career at The Bridgespan Group and Bain & Company,
a firm CNN has called the “the elite in the already elite field of management consultants.”
His work with students has earned him recognition from the Jaycees as 1 of 10 outstanding
young people of Illinois, alongside professional athletes and other notables.
You’ve got a new, energetic group of officers and big plans to dominate this year.
But few years result in legendary leaps. Most only maintain the organization’s status
quo. How do you make sure that THIS year—your year—amazing things happen? How do
you make this year the one where membership multiplies, events rock, finances flourish
and you emerge a hero on the other side?
In this transformational keynote, Pete illustrates practical approaches to catapult
your organization to the next level. Pete reveals proven strategies for students
Pete’s hilarious, passionate delivery provides enough laughs and real-world examples
to kick your organization into high gear. You can make this a legendary year, and
Pete will show you how.
Randolph-Macon College invites anyone interested in sharing their leadership knowelge
with students at Randolph-Macon College to submit a program proposal to be considered
for presentation during the breakout sessions at the Student Leadership Conference
to be held on Saturday, March 8, 2014 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at Randolph-Macon
College in Ashland, VA.
How Do I Submit a Proposal?
Submitting a program proposal is incredibly easy. You will be contacted by a member
of the conference committee to confirm receipt of your proposal and to arrange any
special needs you may have for your presentation.
If you have further questions, please feel free to contact James McGhee, Assistant
Dean of Students, at 804-752-7266 or email@example.com.
You may also contact the Office of Student Life at 804-752-7318 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for giving of your time to share your skills
and knowledge with our leaders!