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  1. Annual SOURCE Symposium Reveals Community Impact and Internal growth

    Photo of SOURCE students interacting with guests at the Annual SOURCE Symposium  By: Sofia Trigo ‘20 In its last event of the year, SOURCE, Claremont McKenna’s student run non-profit consulting group, gathered in the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum to host its second annual symposium. Professors, students and SOURCE clientele were among those in attendance. Opening […]

    Posted June 11, 2017 in News, Student Happenings
  2. Exciting Summer Opportunity in Tanzania

    CMCers, check out this exciting summer opportunity in Tanzania with Young Global Pioneers! Apply by March 26th 2017. Read more about this opportunity and apply here.

    Posted February 16, 2017 in News, Student Happenings
  3. Last Day to Register for StoryTelling for Fun and Profit!

    Storytelling is an essential component of leadership. Leaders inspire communities of people and drive change through the narratives they share. Storytelling for Fun and Profit is a half-day workshop designed to empower your skills in communication and storytelling. Storytelling is an essential way to connect with others, the world around you, and your authentic self. This program […]

    Posted February 6, 2017 in News, Student Happenings
  4. Team KLI Presents at International Leadership Association Conference in Atlanta, GA

    By Brian Chmelik ’18 From November 1st to November 5th, students and administrators from KLI attended the annual International Leadership Association Global Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference’s theme was “The Dynamics of Inclusive Leadership”. With the support of KLI, staff and students presented research and competed in a leadership case competition. Attendees learned more […]

  5. KLI Sponsored Internship Gives Tierra Patmavanu ’18 the Opportunity to Be at The Forefront in Sustainability Efforts in Las Vegas

    A photo of Tierra at the Urban Seed Ground Breaking ceremony on behalf of Green Chips.

    By Tierra Patmavanu ’18 As a native from Las Vegas, combined with my interest in public service, I was excited to work at an organization that is integral in creating a culture of sustainability in Southern Nevada. From my previous work as a law clerk at the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, I was […]

    Posted October 6, 2016 in Focus on Students, News, Student Happenings
  6. Changemaking in Action

    Jeremy Anderson ’19 “We often throw around these big words-changemaker, design thinking, social entrepreneur. At the end of the day, for me, it all comes down to this: using bright ideas and business to make the world a better place and improve the lives of those who live in it.” As CMC student Connor Bloom […]

  7. Candid Conversations: Women Leaders Speak Openly with Claremont Students at the Women and Leadership Workshop

    By Jessica Azerad ‘17 On Friday, February 19, 2016, the Claremont Colleges Women and Leadership Alliance held the sixth annual Women and Leadership Workshop. This event was designed to support students during their time of preparation for post-graduation opportunities and employment, allowing them to connect with each other and successful women leaders representing various fields […]

  8. KLI Student Spotlight: A Behind the Scenes Look at KLI Programming

    By Austin Gosch ‘18 To me, leadership is the act of being able to stand at the head of a group, make educated decisions about the future, and listen to and effectively communicate all of the people you represent. Although the idea of leadership seems simple, it is difficult to fully exemplify. There are a […]

    Posted February 29, 2016 in Focus on Students, News, Student Happenings
  9. My Summer Adventure in Paradise: Reflecting on My ThinkImpact Internship

    By Sara-Rose Bockian ’17 When people ask me about my experience in Panama I respond with one word, magical. It’s something that I’m still struggling to put into words and I find myself inviting friends, family and even total strangers to return to Piedras Gordas with me so they can see and understand for themselves. […]

    Posted January 22, 2016 in Focus on Students, News, Student Happenings
  10. KLI Sponsored Summers: Part 4

    By Issy Kelly ‘18 The final installment in our series highlighting KLI and Kravis Prize sponsored internships features KLI Social Sector Sponsored student Issy Kelly ’18. Issy served as the Fundraising and Events Intern at Right to Play UK located in her native London. She shared with us the insights she gained regarding her leadership […]

    Posted November 23, 2015 in News, Program Corner, Student Happenings