Whether it's finding your collegiate niche or developing your future leadership potential, Cabrini's leadership opportunities produce effective leaders, capable of affecting positive changes on society. Students looking to develop strong leadership abilities can join any of the following leadership opportunities.
LEADStrong ProgramStudents in this campus-wide leadership certificate program discover leadership abilities, hone special skills, and gain an edge on the competition in the workplace.
Campus Activities and Programming (CAP) Board
CAP Board is the main programming board on campus, bringing social, cultural, and educational programs to Cabrini College through a number of events.
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) Ambassadors
CRS, one of the world's largest humanitarian organizations, partners with Cabrini College to train student leaders interested in raising campus awareness about issues that impact the poor around the world.
The Office of Student Diversity Initiatives trains students as Diversity Leaders, learning about diversity issues, increasing public-speaking proficiency, and regularly engaging the student body.
During New Student Orientation, Orientation Leaders welcome incoming students to campus through group discussions and programs that share important information about Cabrini.
Peer MentorsThrough the Peer Mentor Program, upperclass students work with faculty to lead a College Success Seminar for first-year students.
Students can share their academic expertise with other students as peer tutors.
Peer Wellness Educators
Students who want to help create a community of healthier living and educate classmates about healthy and responsible-decision making can become Peer Educators in the Office of Health and Wellness Education.
A position as a Resident Assistant (RA) is designed for the leader who wants to make a contribution to the community in which they live. RAs are responsible for directing the programming and community enhancement of a wing, floor, area, or house on campus.
When prospective students and their families first arrive on campus, the first person they meet is a Cabrini Student Ambassador. Students in this leadership role give campus tours and assist Admissions staff with a number of projects.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the official voice of the student body, representing issues of concern and importance to Cabrini students with faculty and administration, as well as overseeing student organizations.