An AHANA Summit Lead prepares over a four-week period to give a themed talk, facilitate a small group, and help to build community. AHANA Summit Leads are upperclassmen AHANA students. No previous AHANA Summit experience required.
The application for the 2019-2020 AHANA Summit Lead position is now closed. Check back in the spring for our 2020-2021 application.
*Juniors and Seniors are eligible to apply
Ascend Leads are junior or senior women who will guide first-year women in weekly small group conversations and group activities throughout the spring semester. Ascend Leads will help first-year women build a great BC experience through community, conversations, and mentorship.
A Freshmen League Captain is a junior or senior male who is interested in leading and mentoring a small group of first-year men. Through regular meetings and monthly outings, League Captains will help first-year students learn how to navigate and succeed at Boston College.
Halftime Leads help participants understand the themes of Halftime and talk about how to implement these themes into daily life at BC and beyond. If you enjoyed your Halftime experience or would like the opportunity to lead a retreat, you should apply to lead Halftime!
The application for the 2019-2020 Halftime Leads is now closed. Check back in the spring for our 2020-2021 application.
POD Leaders are juniors or seniors interested in being academic and social mentors for first-year students. POD Leaders attend course lectures and run a weekly discussion for 15 first-year students in the course.
Open Fall 2020 POD positions:
Open Spring 2021 POD positions:
BIOL1706/ENVS1075 POD Leadership Application
Our Ocean: Understanding & Protecting the Seas in the Wake of Climate Change – BIOL1706/ENVS1075
UNAS1711/THEO1711 POD Leadership Application
Neuroscience and Religion: Conflict, Coexistence or Collaboration- UNAS1711/THEO1711
A Stride Lead is a junior or senior leader interested in helping sophomore students "find their stride" and feel established at BC. Leads will join their small group of co-ed sophomores in a lecture series by prominent faculty and engage in weekly small group discussions.
Stride is a program specifically designed to help sophomores feel established at BC.
The program introduces second-year students to some of the most popular and respected faculty on campus through a lecture series, builds social connections through regular co-ed small groups, and helps students grow as leaders through a formational retreat experience.
The purpose of the sophomore formation program is to help students begin to ask bigger questions about who they are and who they want to be as a person. In order to be a leader, you first have to know yourself. Stride combines an academic, social, and spiritual approach to help second-year students integrate different aspects of their lives on campus.
Applications for the 2020-2021 academic year are now closed.