Student Leadership Council
The Student Leadership Council (SLC) serves as a foundation for unity, school, spirit, and a sense of community among students and groups at GateWay Community College.
Join virtually Wednesdays from 2 - 3 p.m.
March 10 & 24
April 4 & 28
Join Google Meet: http://meet.google.com/qba-wevr-mke
Join by phone: (US)+1 650-761-2751 | PIN: 538 340 786#
Recognize an Outstanding Student
- Student Employee Award Nomination
- Student Volunteer Service Award Nomination
- Service-Learning Nomination
- Scholarships, Awards & Special Recognitions
- Academic Achievement Certificate Nomination
- Student Leadership Award Nomination
The GateWay Center for Student Life & Leadership provides numerous student leadership programs and opportunities throughout the year. These opportunities include local, regional and national student leadership conferences, workshops and seminars. We encourage our student leaders to keep abreast of new programs, services and changes within the campus and the community.
The following is list of student leadership opportunities is currently available:
GateWay Leadership Retreat
The GateWay Leadership Retreat is held in the summer for all new executive officers and the Student Life & Leadership staff.
Club Training Day
In the fall, a student organization and club training workshop is held for all officers and advisors. A luncheon training session is held for club advisors prior to the start of fall classes.
Sky-Y Leadership Camp
Each year a retreat is designed to strengthen the leadership, life and wellness skills of students. We encourage any current or future student leader to apply. Visit the Center for Student Life or call (602) 286-8141 for more info.
MCCD Student Leadership Workshops
A Maricopa Community College District student leadership retreat is held each fall for all student leaders. For more information contact the Center for Student Life at (602) 286-8141.
The LeaderShape Institute is a week-long program designed to inspire, develop and support people committed to lead with integrity.
Student Public Policy Forum