Service Leadership at Foothill College
Meet Eman Magzoub
Eman Magzoub was awarded the first ever Foothill College Presidential Service Leadership Award at the 2019 commencement ceremony.
Also she received the Newman Civic Fellowship, upon nomination by President Thuy Nguyen. This award recognizes and supports community-committed students who are changemakers and public problem-solvers at Campus Compact member institutions. Fellows are nominated by their president or chancellor on the basis of their potential for public leadership.
- Read why President Nguyen nominated Eman for the fellowship.
- Watch Eman's acceptance speech for the Presidential Service Leadership award.
Service leadership is Foothill College's unique vision for educating students while preparing them to be community and global leaders. Service leadership happens in and outside of the classroom, allowing students to feel more engaged in the college community, and to give back to our neighbors.
Projects are shared at venues throughout the year, culminating in the Research & Service Leadership Symposium where students, faculty and staff share their work with a broader audience.
For the 17-18 academic year, Foothill College began the #60for60 Initiative, which coincided with the college's 60th anniversary.
Service leadership at Foothill College is built with these concepts:
Service Learning • Leadership Courses • Civic Engagement • Scholarship Research and Publication • 21st Century Skills (CTE) • Community Service • Equity
60 for 60 Service Leadership Projects
Take SOSC 79: Community & Civic Engagement
Jan. 20–March 27
Gain skills in advocacy, leadership and civic engagement through community service experiences, research and reflection.
Lead and design service learning projects.
Make a difference in your community.
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