Below is a collection of student and alumni testimonials that showcase the difference a Friends University education can make!
My definition of leadership would be motivating other people to do really hard things, while remaining joyful. I think that the joy piece to me, as I’ve grown in leadership, is the most important part. So, to me Leadership is being a joyful person that people want to follow and do difficult work.Damon Young, Organizational Leadership and Transformational Change graduate
For me at the heart of leadership is service. I don’t think you can lead without a heart for service. That theme runs through a lot of the leadership instruction that we have had at Friends. It starts with how do I serve other people and when you come at it from that angle; your motivation to lead is different.Jennifer White, Organizational Leadership and Transformational Change student