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Who will you impact as a leader?

Who Will You Impact?

Leaders are forged through time, experience and ambition. You are a leader, even if you don’t know it yet. The Leadership Center at The University of Texas at Arlington can help you become the type of person who affects and guides change in every facet of life, no matter what you set your mind to achieve. Developing leadership skills not only makes you a more attractive potential employee, but makes you a better citizen for our community. When you discover how to unlock your true potential, epic things await. The Center offers a wide range of ways to get involved whether through leadership development or community engagement. Make an impact, feed your ambition and push your limits through your involvement with The Leadership Center.

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Upcoming Events:

Dr.Seuss' Birthday Party

Saturday, February 18th 11am - 1pm

University Center, Palo Duro Lounge (300 W. 1st St. Arlington, TX 76019)

Join the Universities Read Across America event that celebrates the works of the beloved Dr.Seuss. Participate in Suess themed arts& crafts, enjoy reading with a buddy, create your own "build-a-book" and enjoy live puppet shows. Free children's books will be available while supplies last. This event is fee and open to the community.

Sponsored by Freshman Leaders on Campus, UTA Volunteers, The UTA Central Library and the Arlington Public Library


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earn a minor in leadership Studies

Want to be a relational, ethical, and global leader armed with the knowledge and skills to make positive contributions to society? You can begin by earning a Minor in Leadership Studies with the Leadership Center and Educational Leadership and Policy Studies through the College of Education. Learn more about it here.

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Be the change!

UTA Volunteers is a student group that plans and implements service programs for UTA and the community, including the annual Big Event.

UTA Volunteers

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