The LeaderShape Institute is an intensive six-day educational experience is held in a remote environment with no Internet or cell-phone access. Sixty Berkeley participants come from all engineering majors, as well as from diverse ethnic and personal backgrounds. Making such cross-disciplinary connections has a life-changing impact on the students and leads to the possibility of new engineering solutions. Sessions include such exercises as team-building, a ropes course, charting visions for a brighter future and exploring ethical issues. Panel discussions feature business and community leaders. If you’re looking to make a global impact with groundbreaking innovations, this is an excellent place to start.
This week’s podcast we have our two On-Site Coordinators, Tanisha Randhawa & Emmanuel Bonsu, telling us about their experiences as participants and why they think Berkeley Engineers should participate.
The LeaderShape Institute is open to any second, third or fourth-year undergraduate student who is either in the College of Engineering, chemical engineering major or an active member of an engineering student organization is welcome to apply by Wednesday, November 1. If you are interested in applying or need more information visit the webpage.
- Apply! Applications due November 1
- More information available online
- Learn more about LeaderShape
- Ask Tanisha and Emmanuel questions via email