Helping Emerging Leaders Progress (H.E.L.P) is a six-week interactive workshop sponsored by the Student Activities Office. It is designed to expose students, who have been identified as having leadership potential to a variety of different topics that will assist them both in and out of the classroom.
This spring has been the most successful year of H.E.L.P to date. With over 130 nominations submitted by various faculty and staff members, there were 37 students who successfully completed the program. Sarah Forti, assistant director of Student Activities and the coordinator of this program, attributes the success to the new track system that was implemented this year. The track system works by offering the program on both Wednesdays and Thursdays so that the students have a little more flexibility with their schedules.
The workshop also received a lot of positive feedback with comments such as, this was very useful and important to have in the work world. The Student Activities Office looks forward to another successful workshop next spring.
Written by Dana Lyford ’08.
Worcester State Named to President's Community Service Honor Roll
The Corporation for National and Community Service has named Worcester State College to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts and service to . . .