STUDENTS COMPLETE NMU LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

            MARQUETTE, Mich.--Northern Michigan University students were recently recognized for completing the Student Leader Fellowship Program (SLFP).

            The SLFP is a two-year experience that focuses on both leadership skill development and a commitment to community service. The program includes a two-credit leadership theory and practice course, a year-long mentoring relationship with a local community leader, an annual overnight fall retreat, frequent Skill Builder! Workshops, and a year-long community service internship.

            The following students completed the program (Listed by city, starting with Michigan):

            Michigan

            Almont: Jolie Wycinski; Bay City: Megan Forrest; Boyne City: Allison Aown; Calumet: Amy Helminen; Summer Kanniainen-Hadden; Caro: Hannah Kratz; Freeland: Renee Smith; Christopher Windy; Gladstone: Brittany Wise; Grand Rapids: Morton Harwood; Thomas Lilly; Chelsea Oberlin; George Peterman; Amanda Race; Hancock: Samantha Massoglia; Ishpeming: Lindsay Haukkala; Kalamazoo: Thomas Carter; Marquette: Carrie Johnson; Melissa LaPointe; Sarah Morrison; Erin Sikkema; Danielle Thoune; Mt. Pleasant: Lexi Wagner; Negaunee: Riley Torreano; Onaway: Benjamin Ellenberger; Scottville: Adrienne Garlick; Sparta: Courtney Porter; Wayne: Ashton Hay; Westland: Amber Morneau;

            Wisconsin

            Green Bay: Caitlin Glendenning; Juneau: Sarah Leissring; Madison: Alex Wolfe; Park Falls: Kelsey Christianson; Peshtigo: Nikolas Krawczyk; Barrington: Caitlyn Barone; Chicago: Laura Putwen; Orland Park: John Barkowski;

            Colorado

            Parker: Stefane Preston.





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