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What is the Eagle Leadership Program?

Eagle Leadership Program (ELP) is a self-directed leadership program that engages interested TAMUT students in personal growth and development over the course of their time at A&M-Texarkana. Through active participation, students are critically engaged in various co-curricular activities, allowing them to challenge the conventional norms about what it means to be a leader in our ever-evolving society. Over their time at TAMUT, students will develop a personal narrative that reflects their cumulative leadership experiences, allowing them to articulate their growth and development in their pursuits for life after A&M-Texarkana.

ELP is based on the Relationship Leadership Model developed by Susan R. Komives, Nance Lucas and Timothy R. McMahon in their book, "Exploring Leadership for College Students Who Want to Make a Difference."

How it Works

Leadership Coaches are faculty or staff members on campus in a variety of roles but are all committed to supporting and encouraging students along their journey of leadership development.  Coaches help students make meaning of their involvement at TAMUT and assist students in pursuing intentional growth opportunities.

Students participating in the ELP will periodically meet with a coach.  This will generally be whenever a student completes one of the four stages of the program.  The coach will help students reflect on their leadership development and provide guidance for their progress.

The Four Stages

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