Drop in on a Leadership Lab!
Class doesn’t cover everything you need to succeed. Learn how to network, handle difficult people, present more confidently, and other engineering life skills at our Leadership Labs.
Calling all student leaders!
The Summer Fellowship is designed for highly engaged engineering students who want to grow the impact of their student organization and themselves as leaders. Apply by April 2!
Come to a Club Leaders Roundtable!
Share your ideas and insights with other student club leaders through guided conversations designed to spark brilliant exchanges. Learn more!
Building a community of practice.
ILead is at the forefront of building a network of engineering leadership educators, researchers, and industry professionals. Find out more.
Engineering Leadership Project (ELP)
The ELP is a research study that seeks to understand how engineers lead in the workplace. Find out more.
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