Who says you cannot have fun and intellectual conversation about global leadership at the same time?
What is the Global Engagement and Leadership Experience (GELE)
The Global Engagement and Leadership Experience (GELE) is a two-and-a-half day conference that brings together international and U.S. students to discuss and learn about aspects of global leadership. It is the perfect mix of serious conversations, engaging activities, and practical simulations.
There are two main purposes for GELE: It provides a space for diverse populations of international students and the diverse populations U.S. students to talk about cultures and think through leadership through the variety of global perspectives. Secondly, for GELE participants to positively impact the global climate at Penn State, inspiring fellow Penn Staters--future leaders--to transform themselves into globally-engaged and responsible citizens.
If that interests you, then apply for GELE in Spring 2015!
GELE is held twice a year, once in the fall semester and again in the spring semester.
February 27-March 1, 2015 Nature Inn at Bald Eagle State Park Apply Now (please consider your spring schedule)
Applications will be available for Spring GELE on December 1, 2014.
GELE Participant Selection Process and Deadlines
GELE participants include half international students and half U.S. students from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, races, ethnicities and more. Admittance to GELE is provided only to successful applicants in a competitive selection process.
GELE is collaboration between the University Office of Global Programs and Student Affairs.