The Leadership Fellows Program prioritizes the need for dynamic student development at East Stroudsburg University. To mold distinguished male leaders that are invested in the growth and development of the university, the Men of Color Alliance selects four undergraduate student leaders to take part in the Leadership Fellows Program. The LFP is a customized learning and development experience that immerses students in the study and practice of leadership through culture, policies, and decision-making processes within and outside of the ESU community.
Leadership Fellows play a significant role in ensuring the success of MOCA, serving as members of the program's administration team program, serving as program facilitators, and small group mentors for new and returning members.
In addition, Leadership Fellows:
- Observe and participate in key meetings and events with university stakeholders.
- Take on special projects and assignments while under the mentorship of an experienced campus leader.
- Participate in leadership seminars, engage in team projects and case studies, visits other campuses, and attend regional and national conferences.
- Develop a student and professional network in preparation for post-graduate success.
This unique program condenses years of campus leadership experiences and skills development into a single year. After completing an application through ESU WarriorLink and interviewing with the MOCA advisory team, four (4) successful applicants will be selected. Leadership Fellows are required to remain in good academic (minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA) and behavioral (no active conduct holds) standing with the university.