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  • Two grants started the administrator leadership program, but with no clue to when the student leadership program was born. Only 1 cc in 1900, and only 50 by 1920, but with no precise configuration of the CCStudent leadership was positional for “offices” and great man theory justified traditional studentsCC mission remained focused on vocational, technical, and transfer function so student leadership may have started to vary with CC’s scope, format and foci.
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    • 1. Community College Student Leadership
      Alex Templeton
    • 2. Origins of a Paradox
      Kellogg Foundation
      Truman Commission Report and G.I. Bill
      Variance
      Paradox
    • 3. Rationale
      CC student population
      Future generations of leadership
      Leadership Reconsidered
      Community College Student Leadership Programs (CCSLP): vast or prominent?
    • 4. Research Questions
      Why is the community college leadership program less numerous and developed comparatively to four year colleges?
      Why are they understudied and less visible in research and practice?
      What are the barriers, obstacles, strengths, and weaknesses of the community college leadership program?
      What components of them will evolve along the continuum to prepare community college students whether they earn an Associates, earn a Community College baccalaureate, or transfer to a 4-year institution?
      Why is such a hot topic such as 'student engagement' and 'student leadership' not synergized?
    • 5. Investigation and Corresponding Organization of Grounded Theory Model
      Figure 1. Grounded Theory of High Quality Leadership Programs (Eich, 2008, pg. 178)
      Investigating the program “black box” (Astin, 1993; Haworth & Conrad, 1997; Pascarella & Terenzini, 2005) to determine and describe what contributes most to learning and leadership development
    • 6. Attributes
      Student Ambassador – Valencia CC
      Peer Recruiter/Tutor – Muskegon CC
      Personnel Orientation – Walters State CC
      Community Outreach – William Rainey Harper CC
      Ongoing Orientation – Fullerton College
      Leadership Retreat – Various CC’s
      Leadership Course – Various CC’s
      Service Learning – Various CC’s
    • 7. Grounded Theory Model of High-Quality Leadership Programs (Eich, 2008)
      Cluster I: Participants Engaged in Building and Sustaining a Learning Community
      Cluster III: Research-Grounded Continuous Program Development
      Cluster II: Student-Centered Experiential Learning Experiences