The Rodin Leadership Program encourages students to assess their present leadership abilities, actively pursue personal leadership development and build meaningful relationships with other floor members through events, dinners, workshops, and social activities. The Rodin Leadership Program offers students the chance to shape their Rodin experience by taking on leadership roles and planning events for the floor and the house.
Program Objectives and Intended Outcomes
- Gain a sense of self by experiencing a safe, supportive, and respectful environment in which to explore aspects of their own identity and the diversity of others.
- Gain a sense of academic purpose by interact with students and faculty from a variety of academic disciplines.
- Gain a sense of community by engaging in Rodin College House and other campus life.
- Gain a sense of ownership in creating their own University and House experience.
- Identify individual strengths to utilize throughout their Penn experience and beyond.
Members of the Rodin Leadership Program floor should expect to attend floor meetings and events. RLP students should expect to create opportunities for students throughout the Rodin community to experience and learn about leadership. Additionally, RLP students should be active members of the Rodin College House community. This includes participation in Rodin House Council, the Rodin 24 program series, and other house traditions.
The Program Community GRAs and Rodin Senior Staff will review all applications. If additional information is needed by the committee, your suite / apartment will be contacted.