Maintaining a Great Organization
Rochester Center for Community Leadership
The Rochester Center for Community Leadership (RCCL) educates students to become engaged citizens and leaders capable of effecting positive social change in their communities. Through sustainable university and community partnerships, the Center develops initiatives that cultivate the skills, experiences and resources necessary to achieve innovative solutions to complex societal issues.
To achieve this mission, the Center coordinates initiatives in the areas of leadership development, civic engagement and community service. It employs a unique model of community leadership that supports the interest-driven nature of the curriculum.
Located in the 5th floor of Wilson Commons, the Center offers many resources, including a leadership library and skills workshops for student organizations. Stop by and speak with staff or call at x5-4085.
The leadership library includes a variety of resources, such as books, pamphlets, binders; National Clearing House for Leadership Programs, Leadership Insights and Applications; articles; and videos. The library is available to students, faculty, and staff free of charge. Come to Wilson Commons 510 during regular office hours to sign out materials, or call (585) 275-4085 for more information.
The skills workshops provides an opportunity to create campus connections, reflect on and enhance your leadership capabilities, foster your personal development, and inspires you to translate your skills into practice. These workshops are free and available to all students. Please request workshops via our website – http://www.rochester.edu/college/rccl/leadership/skills/ or call (585) 276-3277 for more information.
RCCL is involved in the following: