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Leadership Programs

Helping to shape and improve the college experience


Programs (2016-2017)

IMPACT Student Leadership Conference

The IMPACT Student Leadership Conference is an annual student leadership conference at the LMC campus. Our theme this year is student activism. Through speakers, workshops, and activities, students will gain insight on how to be effective activists at LMC and in their community, meet and connect with other LMC student leaders, and gain essential tools to be leaders in their clubs, organizations, and programs.


RSVP by October 10th, 2016

For more information, please contact John Nguyen at knguyen@losmedanos.edu


Stephanie HinnershitzDate: Thursday, October 13th, 2016
Time: 1:00pm-2:30pm
Location: LMC Community Room 109

Professor Hinnershitz of Cleveland State University is the author of Race, Religion and Civil Rights: Asian Students on the West Coast 1900-1968, a fascinating study of the little known story of the distinctive legacy of civil rights activism among foreign and American-born Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino students. Hailed by the American Historical Review as “an engaging narrative” which ”includes subjects and themes that often have been overlooked,” Professor Hinnershitz’s interactive talk will inform and inspire today’s students who envision a better society. A reception and book signing will follow. The book Race, Religion and Civil Rights: Asian American on the West Coast 1900-1968 will be provided to the first 50 who RSVP.

Date: Friday, October 14th, 2016
Time: 11:00am-3:00pm
Location: LMC Community Room 109

This all-day event begins with a panel of local activists whose mission encompasses a wide range of issues. Students will hear their stories and learn from them in small-group workshops later in the afternoon focused on specific skills needed to enact change. The conference culminates in planning sessions for students who want to participate in the Change Agent Competition to be awarded seed-money to begin enacting their vision for change this semester at Los Medanos College. Lunch will be provided to all those who RSVP.


Student Life Ambassador Program

Are you interested in developing your leadership abilities? Meeting new people and helping plan exciting

campus events? If so, apply to become a Student Life Ambassador. Student Life Ambassadors have the opportunty to express their passion through leadership development opportunities that support students in becoming agents of social change. Student Life Ambassadors will be required to commit to working a year-long schedule including trainings/meetings, regular office hours each week, and additional hours for scheduled events/activities.


Applications currently closed for Fall 2016. Please check back in April.
Download the application: Student Life Ambassador Application