The College Leadership, Understanding, and Education or CLUE, Program will develop, train and empower participants for the opportunities available for academic and professional excellence, while taking control of one’s own personal development as a student leader within the College of Engineering.
About the program
The primary outcome is to provide the best possible experience for the individuals participating in the CLUE Program in order to foster and develop future leaders within the College of Engineering at K-State.The CLUE Program also serves as a prerequisite to the Engineering Ambassador program, so if you are interested in being involved in the campus visit experience, participating in the CLUE Program is the first step to being considered for membership.
The CLUE Program consists of weekly one-hour sessions for eight weeks throughout the fall semester. Don’t worry, it’s not for credit, so it’s free and it won’t affect your GPA. Each session will feature a guest speaker, as well as small and large group breakout sessions that focus on a topic pertaining to academic, personal and professional development. CLUE participants will be able to interact and converse with current leaders within the College of Engineering and K-State as a whole.
If you have any questions or concerns about the CLUE Program, please contact the Office of Recruitment at 785-532-5514 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you in a CLUE session soon!