Collegiate Leadership Competition
With practice, leadership is available to all.
Leadership skills can be learned, developed, and improved. As technology advances and global markets continue to evolve, well-developed soft-skills become increasingly important. The top attributes that employers seek on a candidates resume align with skills learned through the CLC experience.
Faculty, staff, or graduate assistants coach undergraduate and graduate student teams. Any freshmen, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student interested in practicing leadership is welcome!
When and Where?
The practice season will run on each participating institution’s campus. Learn more about the locations of the 2019 competition sites towards the bottom of this page. Practices are held on each college/university’s respective campus. The competitions are held at one of six regional host institutions in both the United States and Canada.
Teams of six learn and practice the CLC curriculum which culminates in a two day leadership competition consisting of a series of 45-minute challenges. Each team member will have an opportunity to lead one challenge and receives extensive feedback based on their performance.
Students build skills that are critical for the next generation of leaders. Coaches use CLC’s experiential curriculum to provide real-time coaching and feedback to students on the following topics: attributes of effective leaders, leadership/followership styles, creative problem solving, influencing others, navigating difficult conversations, conflict resolution, ethical decision-making, stressors, and effective team building. At the end of the four month program, students, coaches, employers, and community leaders meet for a high-energy, action-filled competition where participants put their knowledge and training to use.
Register a team
For the 2018 – 2019 Collegiate Leadership Competition season
Regular Registration Ends: October 31, 2018 – $2,195 (1 team)
Second Team: $1,495