Ignatian Solidarity Network Seeks Emerging Leaders for Social Justice to attend University Leaders Summit

January 24, 2013
Contact: Christopher Kerr, Executive Director
O – 216-397-2088
[email protected]

“Ignatian Solidarity Network Seeks Emerging Leaders for Social Justice to attend University Leaders Summit”

sidebar2/19/13 – The Ignatian Solidarity Network is seeking emerging leaders for social justice to attend the annual University Leaders Summit from July 28-31, 2013, at John Carroll University Heights, Ohio.  The Summit brings together students from Jesuit & other Catholic universities who are passionate about driving change for more socially just local and global communities. The program provides formation in the areas of leadershipsocial justice, and Ignatian spirituality.

Throughout the Summit, students will:

  • Examine the witness of Ignatius and Jesuit leaders’ throughout history and their call to work for justice
  • Explore the Social Change Model of leadership
  • Build upon planning and leadership skills including (but not limited to): goal setting, fundraising, meeting facilitation, advanced social media
  • Deepen their commitment to working for justice through experiences rooted in Ignatian spirituality and engaging with Summit alums and college grads who have demonstrated significant leadership for social justice during their undergrad years
  • Network and brainstorm with other campus leaders who are passionate about working for social justice
  • Develop a personal action plan to translate your ideas and skills into programs on campus that tackle injustice on the local and global level

July 28-31, 2013  |  John Carroll University
University Heights, Ohio
5pm on Sunday, July 28 – 12pm on Wednesday, July 31st

Registration Fee Ranges from $325 to $400 depending on registration time and institution status.  Registration fee includes three nights lodging in a shared residence hall suite, all meals, free parking (if needed), ground transport to/from airport (if needed), all program materials.

To learn more visit: www.www.ignatiansolidarity.net/ULS