Start the Program
Click here to get on our interest list for Leadership Challenge. Within a few days after you sign up, you will receive information on how to start on your Bronze Medallion.
Current Bronze Participants
Click here to view our current schedule and register for session.
Silver & Gold
If you have achieved your Bronze medallion and are interested in continuing to your Silver medallion, please indicate your interest online at the Silver Interest Form.
Three Levels to Pursue
Leadership Challenge: Engage Self, Others, and the Future!
Leadership Challenge Program is an institution-wide commitment to offer all UNCG students leadership education, training,
and development through curricular and co-curricular experiences that assist students in the development of leadership skills,
gaining varied leadership experiences, prepare students to serve as citizen-leaders in a global community, and engage in the
process of leadership through leadership-service-learning.
The program is designed out of the Leadership Framework. The framework is a format
which guides UNCG students in their personal and professional development for life-long leadership.
The Bronze level is a road map which promotes life-long and self-directed leadership development. You will learn to develop and refine your personal leadership philosophy through participation in workshops, service initiatives, learning resources, and group leadership coaching.
Participating students have the opportunity to practice their leadership philosophy, reflect and refine their understanding of leadership as it relates to working with others. Silver participants receive one-on-one coaching, work on personal growth initiatives,and will learn how their actions impact themselves and the community surrounding them. The Silver level culminates with a presentation of a developing leadership portfolio.
Participating students “Engage the Future” through the creation of a leadership service-learning project that integrates personal and professional interests, the community, and developing leadership in others. Students select an organization, group, or “cause” for which they can apply the leadership concepts and skills learned through the Leadership Challenge program to improve a real situation in a particular community. Participants are responsible for identifying a need (with the assistance of the organization), developing alternative solutions to meet the need, selecting an alternative to implement, implementing the solution, and evaluating the result.