Whether you choose to organize a club or participate in a workshop, pursue student employment or engage in student government, or perhaps all of the above, you'll find opportunities here that will enrich your academic experience and prepare you to become a leader who will make decisions with integrity and motivate others to serve the common good.
Through these formal leadership experiences, you will develop practical leadership skills (effective communication, critical thinking, and ethical decision making) and enhance a theoretical understanding of leadership (ethical leadership, servant leadership, and interfaith leadership). You will explore how their personal values and understanding of the Benedictine themes and values influence their individual leadership philosophy.
At Saint Martin’s, you'll be surrounded my peers working for a fairer, more equitable world through several campus initiatives. The value we place on living in community highlights the importance of social justice. And working towards the common good includes supporting initiatives around sustainability and taking care of our common home, earth.
Campus leadership opportunities
Working on campus helps develop a sense of community and belonging. As a student employee, you will establish a work record and learn fundamental skills of employment such as punctuality, time management, communication and cooperation. At Saint Martin's, you will also have opportunities to make a direct impact on your community. Depending on your interest, you can be involved with University admissions, advising, fundraising and campus life programming.