During the academic year, students are invited to opt-in to a series of monthly online workshops that will take place after MS Community Meetings, on Fridays at 8:20 a.m. Through these workshops, students will build skills and deepen their understanding of leadership, civic engagement, and social justice. The workshops are flexible so students may sign up for a single workshop that interests them or engage in the entire series. Participation in 6 or more workshops will award students with a Hiatt Leadership Institute Certificate of completion.


Workshop #1: Everybody Can Lead

Integrate the top 5 leadership skills into your own life in this introduction to leadership skills + styles
October 15


Workshop #2: Mapping your Individual Skills

Take an inventory of your unique character traits + set goals around developing opportunities for growth
November 13


Workshop #3: We All have Blindspots

We all have bias. Learn how to become more aware of your biases and practice how to unlearn them
December 11


Workshop #4: The Social Justice Retreat

Engage in conversations about identity + privilege as they relate to topics such as race + gender while implementing tools for your own self-care during this full day of programming with guest workshops + a keynote speaker
January 29


Workshop #5: The Meaning of a March

Why do people gather for a protest or march or rally?
February 19


Workshop #6: Environmental Justice + Indigenous Voices

Guest speaker, Jorge Estévez, Head Chief of the Higuayagua Taíno people of the Caribbean, will join us to share how indigenous rights activism intersects with environmental justice while highlighting some specific efforts to protect + utilize sacred waters and lands.
March 5, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.


Workshop #7: Bias in Social Media

How do TikTok + Snapchat influence our health + well-being? How we can use a critical lens to disallow negative bias or messages to influence us? How can we empower social media to transform the world, build confidence and promote positivity?
April 16


Workshop #8: Connecting with your Community

Develop skills + habits to interact with community mentors + managers; required for Hiatt Summer Fellows
May 13


Dates and times are subject to change

Questions? Email The Hiatt Center.

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