The collegiate environment is again connected to leadership development in the study conducted by Ewing, Bruce, and Ricketts. “Effective Leadership Development for Undergraduates: How Important is Active Participation in Collegiate Organizations” looks at the co-curricular environment of postsecondary education in the United States. The authors acknowledge the historic use of college clubs and sought further affirmation that clubs reinforce leadership development. Interesting results indicated that approximately 1/2 of the respondents reported club participation with 1/4 in leadership positions. The findings of this study can be used to further refine leadership enrichment found within college and university co-curricular activities.
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