Do you know a student leader that aims to listen to, trust and empower others?
If so, nominate them for the 2016 ASU MLK Jr. Student Servant-Leadership Award.
Servant-leadership, as practiced by Martin Luther King, Jr., is a leadership style that promotes a service first mindset in one’s attempt to improve the well-being of individuals, communities and institutions. While traditional leadership generally involves the accumulation and exercise of power by one at the “top of the pyramid,” servant leadership is different. Servant leaders may or may not hold formal leadership positions, but rather share their power, put the needs of others first and help people develop and perform as highly as possible.
If you know an undergraduate or graduate student who exhibits these attributes of servant-leadership nominate them for this award. The ASU MLK Jr. Committee will provide a $1,000 scholarship to the awardee to be used towards his or her educational costs. Nominations are due Thursday, October 1, 2015 by close of business through campus mail to Michelle Johnson at MC 0205, fax 480-965-7663 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Must be an ASU student (undergraduate or graduate)
- Must be currently enrolled full-time
- Must exemplify the ideals of servant-leadership and have a track record of commitment through volunteer service
- Must be able to attend the MLK breakfast (details below)
Candidates may submit a resume and letter of recommendation (no more than two) along with the nomination form. You may also encourage a student to submit a self-nomination. Finalists will be contacted for a 30-minute interview with the ASU MLK Jr. committee.
The Servant-Leadership Award will be presented at the MLK Breakfast on Thursday, January 21, 2016 at ASU’s West campus. This year’s theme is #REFLECTMLK.
“Not everybody can be famous. But everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.