National Collegiate Leadership Conference
February 14th-16th, 2014
The University of Arizona
What is NCLC?
The National Collegiate Leadership Conference is a student-run annual conference that serves as the cornerstone of the leadership experience and training for hundreds of college students across the nation. Each year, over 600 students from schools in over 20 states come to NCLC to learn about leadership. The philosophy of NCLC is that service, social justice, and leadership are all connected. Thus, the programming for this conference offers students a variety of opportunities to learn, understand, interact with, experience, participate in, engage in, and reflect on service, social justice, and leadership. The skills that students learn from this conference can be applicable in students' organizations, families, campuses, job settings, as well as local and global communities.
The National Collegiate Leadership Conference is a student run nonprofit organization that brings together students and leaders from diverse backgrounds to learn leadership skills, cultivate social responsibility, break down leadership barriers, and to adopt leadership as a way of life.
The conference extends beyond the conventional definitions of leadership. It is designed to help students tap into and expand their leadership potential, helping them grow personally and professionally.