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As a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, you may participate in any (or all!) of our webinar series, ALD Leads. This new leadership series was designed based on our member’s feedback and desire for further personal development. To register, members should sign into the Member Benefits Access.


ALD Leads Webinars 2019

True Colors
Thursday, February 28 from 4-5pm (EST)
Presented by Bradley Taylor, High Point University
Are you curious about your unique personality type? Or perhaps how others see you? Is there someone you would like to understand or get along with better? If you want deeper insights, specific descriptions, fun facts, and to pinpoint your full spectrum of personality traits, then it’s time to discover your True Colors personality type.


Speaking Publicly with Purpose and Passion
Thursday, March 7 from 3-4pm (EST)
Presented by Tracy Hart, Northern Kentucky University
Speaking effectively in public requires purpose and passion. This session will teach you how to select a meaningful topic, engage your audience, and in the end, feel more confident about your presentation.


Applying for ALD Scholarships: Jo Anne J. Trow Undergraduate Scholarship
Wednesday, March 13 from 3:30-4:30pm (EST)
Presented by Dr. Sharon Emerson-Stonnell, Longwood University
This interactive session will focus on what comprises a winning Trow scholarship application. We will examine the scoring rubrics use them to analyze a variety of recent applications ranging from unsuccessful to top-rated. Attendees will identify the strengths and weaknesses of each one and leave the session knowing the most important attributes of a winning application.


Applying for ALD Scholarships: James G. Stemler Study Abroad Scholarship
Friday, March 15 from 2-3pm (EST)
Presented by Dr. Sharon Emerson-Stonnell, Longwood University
This interactive session will focus on what comprises a winning Stemler scholarship application. We will examine the scoring rubrics use them to analyze a variety of recent applications ranging from unsuccessful to top-rated. Attendees will identify the strengths and weaknesses of each one and leave the session knowing the most important attributes of a winning application.


Building the Skillsets Employers Want
Tuesday, March 26 from 7-8pm (EST)
Presented by Dr. Daniel Bureau, University of Memphis
One of the things that makes ALD members so special is that academic achievement is completely in your wheelhouse. You have proven that you can make the grade. However, grades are only one part of the equation to be successful in your designated career: will you have the skills needed to succeed is a different question. Employers want key skills, and you must have them to separate yourself in a competitive workforce. Learn what the key skills are and how to develop them!


Power of One: Unlocking Your Potential to Effect Change
Thursday, April 4 from 4-5pm (EST)

Presented by Bradley Taylor, High Point University
Do you seek to make change or create something new in the world around you? First, we must know ourselves and focus our mindset. Who are you? What skills do you have? How do you see the world around you? Change is a result of an idea or movement with powerful momentum behind it. Join us to learn about the Power of One to unlock your potential. These tools apply to all areas of life – school, career, family, community, and beyond!


Applying for ALD Scholarships: Graduate Fellowships
Wednesday, April 10 from 3-4pm (EST)
Presented by Dr. Sharon Emerson-Stonnell, Longwood University
This interactive session will focus on what comprises a winning fellowship application. We will examine the scoring rubrics use them to analyze a variety of recent applications ranging from unsuccessful to top-rated. Attendees will identify the strengths and weaknesses of each one and leave the session knowing the most important attributes of a winning application.


To register, members should sign into the Member Benefits Access.