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Each year, hundreds of UH Mānoa students serve in student leadership positions or as student staff members within the Campus Center Complex implementing programs and services to benefit their fellow students and the campus community.
All of these students are servant leaders helping to create student life experiences for their fellow students while developing practical leadership skills they can use during and after college. These leadership skills include critical thinking, problem solving, decision making, communicating, advocating on behalf of themselves and their fellow students, managing organizations, budgeting, planning, implementing short and long range goals, and engaging in democratic processes.
Our alumni leaders have taken these skills with them to pursue graduate degrees or to go directly to the workforce where they continue to serve, making contributions for the betterment of humanity and the improvement of our communities locally, nationally, and globally.
“Take a chance. Keep an open mind. Don’t be afraid to experiment and try things. UH is a learning lab”