Leaders of Tomorrow... and Today
Leadership is a complex combination of experiences, lessons, challenges, and self exploration that occur throughout a lifetime.
Leaders are not defined by the title they hold or the role they play, but rather by the process by which they engage with others when working toward a common purpose.
Trinity University supports, guides, encourages, and empowers students to become leaders both on campus and around the globe.
The Trinity University CliftonStrengths team offers 1:1 strengths mentoring, student leader development, student organization training, online resources, all-campus events, and so much more!
The mission of the Trinity University Strengths Team is to contribute to student success by creating opportunities for students to build awareness of their individual strengths, develop them, and integrate them personally and professionally.
The Strengths Team believes in a strength-based approach. We believe your talents make you who you are. They can help you in the classroom, in your role as a student leader, and even in applications for jobs and internships. CliftonStrengths is an initiative that helps you identify your talents and develop them into strengths.
The CliftonStrengths team is here to help you unleash your strengths through our programs and initiatives. We are excited for you to start your strengths journey, and we hope that you will work with us and participate in our events throughout the academic year.
Curious About Your Strengths?
Stay in the Loop
Interested in keeping up with CliftonStrengths initiatives on campus? Follow @tucliftonstrengths on Instagram for updates on programming, fun facts about strengths, and more.
Student Leadership and Service Awards
The Office of Student Involvement organizes programs, trainings, and ceremonies to encourage and recognize student leadership and service within campus student organizations.
ODK Leadership Society
Founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee University, ODK was the first national college honor society to recognize and honor meritorious leadership and service in extracurricular activities and to encourage development of general campus citizenship.
ODK differs from other honors societies in that membership includes students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The organization's structure offers a unique opportunity for collaboration, mentoring, and extensive interactions between faculty, staff, and students.