Common Good Leadership Program
For Students Returning to the LCSP and/or Current Loomis Chaffee Students
Worldwide, young people strive to lead within their school and local communities, but so few have been taught how.
Loomis Chaffee Summer Program Director
Transform your ideas into action in the Common Good Leadership (CGL) program! Deepen your understanding of your talents and passions, and experience numerous opportunities to impact the LCSP and local communities. As an aspiring leader, you will return home prepared to partner with members of your community to identify problems worth solving and collaboratively develop solutions.
Prepare to make a difference:
- LEARN: In our 5-week CGL course, learn how leaders identify problems worth solving and empower their teams to act. Develop a common definition of leadership and discuss, debate, and discern the capacities of effective leaders. (Participants must choose this course as one of their two electives in the Enrichment Program.)
- REFLECT & SHARE: Written reflection on leadership experiences and sharing with cohort peers and mentors will be critical to the development of your Personal Leadership Philosophy.
- REVISE: There’s no one way to lead! Leaders invite feedback and iterate plans with the intention of executing a shared vision. Try, share, invite feedback, and revise as you seek to discover your own leadership style. Develop a Common Good Action Plan, so you are prepared to make an impact when you return home.
- LEAD: Through learning and application, you will practice leadership in group activities in class, the coordinate and plan an LCSP student event, and participate in a 5-week service-learning engagement at a local community organization wherein you will seek to understand the challenges and complexities of the organization and collaborate with representatives to develop solutions.
Leadership development is a lifelong pursuit. The learning starts here in the LCSP… come back to “The Island” and prepare to make a difference!
To enroll in the Common Good Leadership program, contact the Summer Program Office at email@example.com.
Summer Proctor Application
Boarding students in the CGL cohort can apply to be Summer Proctors. Applicants for this role will mentor peers in the dorm, assist with student activities planning, and emcee Morning Meetings.