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Leadership Positions

opportunities with the center for student formation

AHANA SummitAn AHANA Summit Lead prepares over a five week period to give a themed talk, facilitate a small group and help to build community. AHANA Summit Leads are upperclassmen AHANA students. You do not need previous AHANA Summit experience to lead the AHANA Summit!

Ascend Lead: Ascend Leads are Junior or Senior women who will guide first-year women in weekly small group conversations and group activities throughout the spring semester. Ascend Leads will help first-year women build a great BC experience through community, conversations, and mentorship.

Freshmen League Captain: A League Captain is a Junior or Senior male who is interested in leading and mentoring a small group of first year men.  Through regular meetings and monthly outings, League Captains will help first year students learn how to navigate and succeed at Boston College.

Halftime Lead: All rising juniors and seniors are eligible to apply to lead a Halftime. Selected students work with a team of leads and Center for Student Formation staff to prepare for their assigned retreat. Applications open in March/April for Fall Halftimes and in September/October for Spring Halftimes.

POD Leader: A POD Leader is a junior or senior interested in being an academic and social mentor for first year students in the Fall 2017 Core Course Global Implications of Climate Change. POD leaders attend course lectures and labs and run a weekly discussion for 15 first year students in the course

Compass Mentor: A Compass Mentor is a junior or senior leader interested in offering guidance to first-year AHANA+ students in their first semester at BC. Mentors facilitate small group meetings focusing on topics such as BC culture, identity, and transition.

Stride Lead: A Stride Lead is a junior or senior leader interested in helping sophomore students "find their stride" and feel established at BC. Leads will join their small group of co-ed sophomores in a lecture series by prominent faculty and engage in weekly small group discussions.