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Leadership Defined!

UPDATE (December 16, 2009): The Career Resource Center and the Career Advisory Council would like to collectively congratulate this year's participants! We would also like to thank our speakers and NYC hosts for making this year's conference a fantastic success. You can read all about this year's MLC kickoff event via the Wesleyan Connection or check out the photo gallery.


 

The Management Leadership Conference is an intense four-day experience for students who want to know what it takes to be an effective leader.  This program is a joint effort of the Career Advisory Council, Career Resource Center and Alumni & Parent Relations.

Who should attend MLC?

Small Student Gathering

The MLC is designed for Wesleyan University students who aspire to top management and leadership positions after graduation. If you are future oriented, ready to roll up your sleeves, and want to build a path to career success, join us October 23–26, 2009.

Why MLC?

Participants will have an opportunity to learn and practice skills critical to career success. Attendees will work with and learn from experts and executives from top companies, organizations and institutions. The conference is structured to provide maximum learning and skill building through lectures, hands-on workshops, and case studies, as well as 1-on-1 mentoring with top Wesleyan alumni and parents from a variety of career fields.

The MLC also provides a unique opportunity to spend a day in New York City, visiting high-profile industry leaders. This year’s conference includes exclusive, behind the scenes tours and conversations with Wesleyan alumni at Zelnick Media, JP Morgan, ABC/Disney, Bowery Residents' Committee, Human Rights Watch, Google, and Bloomberg.

As an MLC Fellow, the opportunities do not simply end after the conclusion of the conference. You will be able to take part in exclusive events on campus and beyond throughout the calendar year! Begin to formulate networking relationships that could last a lifetime.

Why MLC? Because your future isn’t something you can afford to put off for tomorrow.

We would like to thank Traveler's Insurance for their generosity in partially sponsoring this year's Management Leadership Conference and its related events.