The LEAD program at UVU was just named in the top 10 percent of leadership development programs at institutions of higher education in the world at the annual 2015 Global Leadership Excellence Forum. Because the Women's Success Center wants women to develop these important leadership skills, this semester the WSC teamed up with CAL and piloted a Women's LEAD Program, "Women Helping Women." All LEAD students received mentoring from business and/or civic leaders from the local community. They also volunteered working with the community with various organizations.
The LEAD Program focuses on four key areas of personal development: Learn, Engage, Acquire and Discover.
LEAD Program Benefits
For more information on the LEAD Program, visit uvu.edu/leadership.