A few examples of successful signature leadership programs from 2021-22 are included below. If you would like to get in touch with circle leadership for more information on these programs, click on the institution name to be taken to their circle contact page.
Spring Leadership Panel | University of South Carolina – Columbia
The USC-Columbia Circle hosts an event consisting of a networking hour, followed by a panel of speakers featuring accomplished faculty members representing each O∆K pillar.
Pizza 4 the Peayple | Austin Peay State University
The APSU Circle provides leadership tips for students and promotes awareness of Omicron Delta Kappa both locally and nationally. The event draws students from every classification as well as faculty and staff. Pizza is provided, and the event is held near lunchtime to encourage attendance.
Cultures Communicate Day | Cumberland University
The Cumberland Circle partners with its Office of Diversity and Inclusion to host an event where leaders of specific student organizations come together to share their unique cultures, backgrounds, and personal stories. Each discussion concluded with techniques student leaders could use to bridge gaps between organizations, the university, and the community.
Freshman Leadership Awards | Georgia Institute of Technology
The Alpha Eta Circle recognizes up to ten first-year students, nominated by their peers and selected by the circle, who have distinguished themselves as leaders in their first year at the university.
Spring Leadership Discussion | University of Georgia
The Alpha Upsilon Circle hosts an annual Leadership Discussion in which a campus or community leader with significant experience is interviewed. The event is open to the public. The speaker(s) is asked about their leadership experiences, growth as a leader, challenges, skills, and advice, amongst other topics. Following the interview, attendees participate in a question and answer session with the speaker.
Stone Ethical Leadership Challenge
The Stone Ethical Leadership Challenge offers O∆K circles the opportunity to present a leadership program that has been developed and tested by O∆K leadership educators. O∆K can also provide funding support to implement the program. Read more about the program here.