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We're working on opportunities for students to take on leadership roles this summer through leading and advising new students. Check back soon for more information.
Sometimes leadership is positional—that means you might have the opportunity to step into a more traditional leader role where you are expected to manage, motivate, and inspire others in a more official capacity.
In Student Life, we often look to MoCrew to take on those roles.
Who are MoCrew? They are student leaders who started out like anyone else—looking for ways to connect with others and get more involved at Mohawk. They likely volunteered a few times, maybe joined a club, or an outreach team.
Then, they attended the Mohawk Student Leadership Academy. When you attend the academy you receive specialized teamwork and leadership training from Mohawk’s Student Life staff that helps to prepare you to take on leadership in a more official capacity.
Before the Mohawk Student Leadership Academy
- You might attend Orientation
- You might sign up as a peer mentee
- You might volunteer to clean up the Cootes Paradise Watershed
- You might apply to attend the Mohawk Student Leadership Academy to become MoCrew
*There are lots of things you might do to get involved on campus. For more ideas check out Mohawk's Get Involved web page
- Apply for a paid position that interests you through the Campus Student Employment Program (CSEP)
- Become a Campus to Community Student Lead
- Apply to be an Orientation Leader
- Return to camp as an MSLA Leader
*MoCrew will receive notifications when high-level student leader roles become available through Student Life
There are many opportunities to take on leadership roles for MoCrew and non-MoCrew alike. Check out the other meaningful leadership experiences on the Practice Your Leadership Skills page.