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Serve to Lead, Lead to Serve

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The University of Denver's Pioneer Leadership Program (PLP) seeks to link formal leadership learning with experience-based applications through involvement in the community.  Students in their first year of PLP will spend roughly 40 hours, and many times more, of engaged service in a community agency that is focused on a social issue for which they are passionate.  In exchange for this service, community partners are asked to provide students with access to leaders in the organization in order to learn from their experience and knowledge.  

Get more information on PLP's Serve to Lead/Lead to Serve Program.

PLP students are currently serving in the following Denver-based organizations:

  • The Bridge Project
  • Cafe 180
  • The Children's Hospital
  • Colorado "I Have a Dream" Foundation
  • The Future Center (SHS)
  • The Gathering Place
  • Gold Crown Foundation
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • High Point Academy
  • Immigrant Resources Center
  • Platte Forum
  • Porter Hospital
  • Project C.U.R.E
  • Reading Partners
  • RedLine
  • Share Our Strength: Cooking Matters
  • Somali Community Center
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