The following courses are eligible for Called to Lead points. Please email email@example.com to let us know if you are in one of the courses below.
If you think that a course you are taking relates to the themes of Called to Lead (life calling, leadership, ethical commitments, or purposeful life work), then email firstname.lastname@example.org with the course syllabus and a written reflection essay on how the course relates to Called to Lead. We will review your submission and let you know if the course qualifies for points.
FYS 100 on selected topics - 50 points
Big Theological Questions
Contemporary Women and World Religion
Disability as a Social, Political, and Cultural Construct
Discovery: America Now
Ethics in the Field of Information Technology
Free Speech and Student Rights
Global Perspectives of Health
Identity, Diversity, and Social Justice
The Bible as Literature
Water, Water, Everywhere?
You, the Economy, and Wealth Accumulation
Introduction to Coaching: A Servant Leadership Approach (PE 172) - 150 points
In this course, students will gain an understanding of a servant leadership approach to coaching. Exploring principles and strategies of coaching that can be utilized at several different levels of sport, students will study topics such as leadership development; team conditioning, including weight training, speed training, and nutrition; practice planning, sport skill development, motivation techniques, budget planning, and fundraising.
Leadership Theory and Practice (HON 305) - 150 points
This course examines a wide variety of both theory and examples of leadership. Students will identify what types of leadership skills they have and wish to develop through self-assessment and reflection. Students will implement a variety of leadership practices and skills through planning and implementing group service or other types of projects in the community and on campus.
Life Meaning and Purposeful Life Work (REL 151) - 150 points
This course will explore what it means to live purposefully in terms of traditional and contemporary understandings of vocation and life calling. Emphasis will be placed on the nexus between theological and philosophical understandings of the meaning of life, the moral life, and vocation. Students will be invited to think about career choices as part of a larger field of play which includes things to which one dedicates one’s life (whether that be music, business, religion, or social work).
Social Justice (SO 370) - 150 points
Here at Elizabethtown College, and at colleges and universities nationwide, social justice plays a significant role in the school's mission. And yet, the term social justice is itself often contested and goes undefined. What exactly is social justice and how do we achieve it, especially at the college level? This course will help address these questions by providing a space to discuss and analyze theories of social justice, areas in which social justice activists attempt to make a difference, and critiques of the idea of social justice. We will then turn our focus to the Occupy Movement, which purports to be a modern-day social justice movement. Throughout the semester, the class as a whole will work on a project in which it develops ways in which to incorporate social justice more fully into the Elizabethtown College curriculum.
Spirituality and Servant Leadership Across Cultures (REL 170) - 150 points
This course will explore the theory and practice of servant leadership across cultures. Special attention will be given to the spiritual and religious roots of both service and servant leadership within many of the world’s religious traditions, as well as in Native American, Latino, and African-American communities. Students will review case studies of successful servant leadership in different sectors of the economy, including for-profit, non-profit, government, education, health care, and policing. Throughout the course, students will carry out an applied interreligious action or servant leadership project.