The primary responsibilities of the Leadership Development program participants will include serving, guiding, and directing dignitaries and special guests as well as hosting prospective and new students on campus. This group of ambassadors will also assist in promoting and publicizing Wallace Community College and its programs to high schools, industries, businesses, and other service and professional organizations.
Participants are required to attend all meetings and functions unless prior approval for the absence is granted by the advisor(s). If a participant is unable to attend a meeting or function, he/she is responsible for finding a replacement. Wallace Community College Leadership Development program participants with two unexcused absences will be removed from the program with the scholarship being revoked and tuition being reimbursed to the College. Required functions include, but are not limited to the following: President’s receptions, banquets, etc.; organizational events (as requested); graduation exercises; preview days; Leadership Wallace (information to be provided at informational session); SOAR (Student Orientation, Registration, & Advisement) sessions; and LDR101 – Introduction to Leadership class and corresponding Service-Learning component with FocusFirst.
Participants are expected to adhere to a strict dress code exemplifying the professionalism of the group. Wallace Community College will cover the cost of blazer, Polo, and jacket, while participants will be required to supply all other clothing in accordance with the dress code. Clothing purchased by the College will become the property of the participants upon completion of service to the College. However, if a participant is removed from his/her position for disciplinary or academic reasons, that student will be required to reimburse the College for purchased clothing.