February 25, 20136:00 p.m.Ohio Room, Hadley Union Building
IUP alumnus Tom Baker of Baker Leadership discusses the value of student engagement within the college community.
This program aims to empower and inspire students to extend their experiences/involvement to ensure that they leave a legacy on campus. This session focuses on strategies to enable students to organize projects, plan events, recruit students, and motivate their others. If students want to make a mark on campus and become effective servant leaders, this presentation will be a great fit.
Tom Baker, M.A., is the chief community affairs officer for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh. After serving as vice president of Programs for BBBS and leading a gold standard award-winning program staff for three years, Tom transitioned into his new role in September 2011. He is president of Baker Leadership and the author of three books: Get Involved! Making the Most of Your 20s and 30s (released 2008), Give Our Passion (released 2010), and Empowered in Pittsburgh (released 2012). Tom is a 2005 IUP Student Affairs in Higher Education alumnus.
Tom Baker of Baker Leadership can be reached on Facebook.
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