Visions Leadership

EMAIL US:visions@asuci.uci.edu

Commissioners

Richard Huynh
Richard Huynh3rd Year | Biological Sciences Major
OFFICE HOURS:
TBD
Rebecca Mindel
Rebecca Mindel4th Year | Business Information Management Major
OFFICE HOURS:
TBD

MISSION STATEMENT

Visions Leadership is a two-quarter leadership and professional development program with the goal of planning and implementing advocacy projects to enhance the student experience on campus. Our two-quarter program involves a weekly class that uses a broad range of speakers and engaging professional and student-led workshops. Throughout the program, students are provided with support and opportunities for personal growth through interpersonal mentorship groups. Through the advocacy projects created by accepted mentees, students will improve their leadership skills in effective communication, presentation, public speaking, and conflict resolution. By the end of both quarters, mentors and mentees alike will build connections to a network of peers and be knowledgeable of available resources on campus.

Visions Leadership Program

Visions Leadership is a 1.3 unit class that uses a broad range of speakers and engaging workshops as a foundation to aim to educate our students on topics such as communication, presentation, and conflict resolution skills. We intend to serve as a resource to our students through interpersonal mentorship. Each student will be placed in a mentorship group that will guide and support them throughout the quarter. Visions also provide an environment for students to exercise their full potential by practicing what they learned through an advocacy project, shadowing project, and reinforcement activities. The various workshops, presentations, and activities held in Visions are what builds our students into leaders.

Course Overview:

Visions Leadership is an ASUCI-led course designed to educate and act as a resource for students who want to further develop their leadership skills through a class. At the end of the course, students will enhance their leadership abilities in an environment where they build the confidence through achieving the personal goal that they set for themselves at the beginning of the quarter.

In the Winter Quarter, students will choose and develop their advocacy project for final presentation in the Spring Quarter. The Winter Quarter will focus heavily on various workshops and project preparation. In the Spring Quarter, students will prepare to present their final project, present the project to a panel, and thus implement the project for the remaining time

Richard Huynh

Year: 3rd Year

Major: Biological Sciences

Description: Hi! My name is Richard and I’m from San Jose. I am excited to be one of the co-commisioners for Visions Leadership. As an incoming third year, I want to use my experiences from my previous leadership involvements to continue building the Visions brand.

Rebecca Mindel

Year: 4th Year

Major: Business Information Management (BIM)

Description: Hello! My name is