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Yavapai Students of Leadership

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Leaders are made, they are not born.

As a member you will participate in monthly retreats, conferences, team building and leadership activities that will teach you to develop your leadership skills and apply them into each facet of your personal and future professional life.

If you are open and eager to learn, have a positive and energetic attitude, and have the desire to serve others apply and learn the requirements of SOL membership

SOL develops you in these areas of:

  • Individual strengths
  • Team-building
  • Self-evaluation and reflection
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem solving
  • Service leadership and community engagement

SOL exposes students to a variety of education and experiences, mediums, and challenges students in a variety of way including:

  • Challenge Course
  • Collaborative team exercises
  • Self-Exploration and Skills Development Retreats
  • Service & Leadership Community Outreach
  • Student Development Course
  • Mentoring
  • Campus Engagement
  • Leadership Institutes
  • Leadership Conferences

SOL requires that students commit to the following:

  • Attendance of all mandatory activities
  • Project a positive and energetic attitude about college and program involvement
  • Demonstrate an eagerness to learn and an openness to growth
  • Desire to serve others through leadership and civic responsibility
  • Demonstrate an appreciation of diversity and difference
  • Maintain at least a 2.5 GPA