Thank you to everyone who applied! Check out the "Program Structure" tab on the side for more information, and keep an eye on your emails for more details and instructions pertaining to the selection process.
Lead provides University of Windsor students with an opportunity to make a difference on and off campus, provide support to their peers, influence their surroundings and gain valuable experience.
Volunteers accepted into the program can choose from any of the opportunities listed within the Lead Program Structure.
As a Lead Volunteer, you will
- Develop a stronger sense of student identity and pride
- Graduate with more work readiness skills
- Become aware of campus services and resources, and use them to maximize your unique university experience
- Develop a sense of respect and interest for those who are different from you
- Create connections and networks
Our purpose is to provide experiential learning opportunities to students, that stimulate their personal growth and development throughout their university career by utilizing the Five Fundamentals of Lead.
Our Five Fundamentals
To guide and support a peer throughout their transition to the UWindsor campus culture.
2. Critical Thinking
To self-reflect and consider perspectives different from their own and use these judgments in real-world applications.
To work effectively and respectively as part of a group towards a common goal.
To exhibit conduct that meets the goals, and qualities that demonstrate a superior customer service experience.
5. Campus Spirit
To positively represent and take pride in UWindsor.