360 Leadership Institute


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Good leaders need a strong foundation. What does it mean to be a Christian leader? How can I lead at school, church, or among my peers? If these are questions you think about, then Trinity’s 360 Leadership Institute is for you. During the two weeks at 360LI, you’ll expand your Christian view of the world, build a community of friends, shape your unique voice, and embrace the call to influence the world for Christ.

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QUICK FACTS

For students aged 15–18
3 hours of college credit
2 weeks over the summer
Full room and board
3 fantastic field experiences
Preparation for college life
TIU scholarship available

PROGRAM COMPONENTS

Activities | Explore your limits through field trips and team challenges
Innovative Projects | Apply concepts to your leadership context
Seminar Discussions|Examine your faith with like-minded peers
Small Groups|Develop your leadership identity through mentorship
Habits | Grow closer to God through teaching and daily practice

PROGRAM TRACKS

Track #1 | Foundations of Christian Thinking and Living
Track #2 | Ethics

 

Dates & Info

When:
1- In person Institute: from June 19 to July 1, 2021

2- Synchronous Online Option:

  • from June 14 to June 20, 2021 pre-course work
  • from June 19 to July 1, 2021 synchronous morning classes
  • from July 2 to July 23, 2021 post-course project

Where: Trinity College in Deerfield, IL

Cost includes food, room, transportation to field locations, and 360LI merchandise

EARLY BIRD DEADLINE EXTENDED!
Registration before April 19: $800
Registration after April 19: $900

Registration deadline: June 14

Stay in Trinity’s residence halls with 360LI undergraduate coaches, RAs, and other 360LI students.

What to bring: Once accepted, students will receive a packing list from the Institute.



FAQs:

  • What are the activities that 360LI students experience? The Institute begins at Camp-Timber-lee, where students complete team challenges to explore foundational leadership principles. The Institute itself includes a field trip to the Art Institute of Chicago and the Illinois Holocaust museum, along with a day of service.
  • What credits are earned through the Institute? First-year 360LI students complete the 3-credit Trinity general ed course titled Christian Thinking and Living; second- and third-year students complete 3 credits of Introduction to Philosophy or Ethics.
  • Do students interact much with professors and college students? Absolutely. 360LI is a community, and professors have lunch with students and conduct 1:1 meetings. Our coaching staff is made up of Trinity students and 360LI alum, and they are engaged with students day and night throughout the two weeks.
  • What kind of scholarship is available? The Institute grants attendees a $1,000 scholarship that is issued to students over four years at Trinity College.
  • Does 360LI stand on its own, or is it connected to other Trinity programs? Not all 360LI students end up at Trinity, but for those who do, 360LI serves as preparation Trinity’s Emerging Leaders (EL) Program. Freshman EL students arrive early on campus, meet in small groups throughout freshman year, take a course on leadership, and work together on leadership projects while at the College.
  • Can high school graduates attend 360LI? Absolutely. Many of our students have been high school grads, and 360LI is a great way to prepare for your first year of college.

Discounts:
$150 missionary kid discount
$150 returning 360LI student discount
$150 sibling discount
$100 TIU faculty recommendation discount
$100 National School Project (NSP) leader discount
Need-based and TIU/TEDS student/faculty discounts available upon application

COVID Backup Plan:“What if COVID hinders our plans in June?”

We’ve got you covered!

Same 360LI quality, different format:
• 6-week online seminar meeting every Monday morning
• weekly community groups with undergraduate mentors
• weekly extension activities for your context
• 1:1 check-ins with professors
• $200 off in-person pricing

Faculty

Chris Firestone. Dr. Firestone is currently professor and chair of the Philosophy department. He worked to develop the “Trinity Debates” and leads annual outreach trips to Eastern Europe. He is a member of the American Academy of Religion, the Society of Christian Philosophers, and the American Philosophy Association.

Kristin Lindholm. Dr. Lindholm teaches human communication in a variety of contexts. She has co-authored several papers and book chapters, and received four awards for her achievements in education. She is a member of the National Communication Association.

Taylor Worley. Dr. Worley serves as both a faculty member and administrator of spiritual life for students, focusing on enabling students to see how their gifts and passions can be leveraged for greater impact in the kingdom of God.

Joe Torgerson. Joe Torgerson directs 360LI and works at Trinity as the Director of Student Engagement and Leadership. A former school principal and current doctoral student at TEDS, Joe is passionate about seeing high schoolers successfully grow in faith and leadership through the transition to college.


Questions?

Contact us: [email protected]

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