Student Involvement

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Now Accepting Workshop Proposals!

Want to present at the Pacific Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference (PNWCLC) on October 5? Proposals are due by 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16.

Submit a Workshop Proposal

The theme for this year’s conference will be Unify to Lead, which will focus on providing and improving skills for connecting people through our differences. By embracing our uniqueness, we can unite and lead together.

As a facilitator, your role is to develop participants’ leadership skills across the Pacific Northwest. This year we are offering three separate tracks for participants to focus on a their specific leadership goals:

  1. Personal Leadership: Conference participants will learn leadership skills geared toward personal growth and development.
  2. Group/Organizational Leadership: Conference participants will learn leadership skills geared toward group and/or organizational development. We highly encourage student leaders in Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) to participate in elements of this track.
  3. Community Leadership: Conference participants will learn leadership skills that help participants understand the impact of active engagement in the community.

With the development of this year’s three-track system, our goal is to have workshop facilitators present a topic that you are familiar with and fits within one (or more) of the tracks. The conference committee is looking for passionate and engaged individuals who wish to develop future leaders. We also encourage concepts that surround the theme of Unify to Lead.

Submissions will be reviewed by September 18th, 2019. Presenters will be notified shortly after. 

Contact Information:

Kaye Gill & Cassidy Crandall | (509) 335-2402 |

Rachael Spear | (509) 335-2402 |


About the Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference

The PNWCLC is the largest student leadership conference in the region. The conference brings together more than 500 WSU students across the campus system from a variety of majors, walks of life, and involvement experiences.

Learn more about the conference