As class president, I have had the opportunity to work with a group of individuals and learn what it takes to be successful as the leader of a cohesive unit. The public speaking, organizational and collaborative aspects of student government have given me the ability to excel in areas outside of my academic focus and helped me become a well-rounded leader. Being able to hone these skills while still in college will be invaluable as I embark upon my professional life." - Colin Hassell '15, mechanical engineering
Bucknell students do more than demonstrate command of classroom materials. They develop the leadership skills necessary to command teams, companies, government organizations - you name it. Here, students manage real stock portfolios, volunteer in impoverished countries, and excel in academic and athletic competitions — all through opportunities provided by Bucknell.
If you've been in the “real world” long enough, you know that success requires much more than knowledge. By giving students the chance to participate in programs that develop leadership, Bucknell endows them with traits like confidence and character. Gained through tangible experiences, these intangible elements help propel students to greater heights — further solidifying Bucknell's reputation as a top liberal arts university.
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