The Franz Center is seeking 20 faculty and 20 staff members who want to learn more about becoming a Dexheimer Leadership Fellow as part of leader development at UP, according to Pete Rooks, Franz Center. Dexheimer Leadership Fellows are intended to encourage, develop, and help prepare students for tomorrow by serving as coaches and teachers to students throughout their developmental leadership journey in the Leader Certificate Program and the Faith-Based Leadership Program.
Candidates must be either full-time staff members or faculty members appointed as an adjunct or higher level. After training, coaches and teachers will be recruited from the student affairs division, all five schools and colleges, the library, admissions, athletics, and the Shepard Freshman Resource Center. Dexheimer Leadership Fellows will be selected based on alignment of the goals of the Franz Center with individual interests and capacity. The Franz Center will appoint Dexheimer Leadership Fellows for a 12-month term. Leadership teachers and coaches will receive a stipend of $2,500.
To learn more about becoming a Dexheimer Leadership Fellow please send your notice of interest to your dean or director by May 15, 2015. To nominate a colleague to become a Dexheimer Leadership Fellow, contact Pete Rooks at 8914 or firstname.lastname@example.org by May 15.