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Check out the fun programs that the Residential Leadership Team offers throughout the year.  Don’t miss out on any of the great opportunities.  Email us at to learn more!

LeaderShops: These interactive workshops touch on various topics critical for successful student leaders.  Topics such as developing a mission statement, motivating your group and successful dining etiquette are just some of the 20 workshops offered in this series for student leaders.  Look for LeaderShop advertisements in your residence hall!

Leadership through Film:  Many RAs and Peer Educators use movies as part of their programming efforts here at NYU.  We in Residential Life wanted to make sure these popular programs were not only fun, but continued to spark meaningful dialogue - hence the creation of Leadership Through Film.  Curricula are specially created for each film to enhance the viewing experience and facilitate a conversation with the group watching.  Our hope is this adds an educational component to an already great social program.  Please check back often, as we are always adding new films to our library!

Residential Student Leader Retreat:  This retreat is an opportunity for residential student leaders to meet and connect with others at an off campus camp site.  This two night retreat helps student leaders to develop in a number of identified competencies.  The retreat also is used as a tool to assist our residential student groups (IRHC, NRHH, RA Council, PE Council, Peer Board) to understand their roles and goals and how to interact successfully with one another.

MLK Day of Service: This event is a way for NYU students, staff, and faculty to give back to the New York City community.  Each year the Leadership Team identifies community organizations with whom we partner to connect students with service projects in every borough of the city.  A reception and a discussion of the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. follow the day of service.

Alternative Spring Break New Orleans:  This program is all about service learning.  During spring break, members of the Residential Leadership Team, in collaboration with members of the Office of Student Activities and faculty, guide a group of undergraduate resident students on a week long alternative break program to New Orleans, Louisiana.  Site topics change yearly but the experience is always deeply rooted in self reflection, community building and learning.  Click on the ASB logo for more information.

TORCH Day Fall: The IRHC and the Leadership Team host an annual fall student leadership conference.  The confernece includes a roll call of all hall councils, a keynote address, three breakout sessions and a separate advisor track.  We all need to continually revisit our advising practices.  TORCH Day Fall is a great way to continue educating ourselves and our students about best practices in student leadership.

TORCH Day Spring: The IRHC and the Leadership Team also host an annual spring student leadership conference.  This confernece is more experiential in nature and the format changes from year to year.  TORCH Day Spring also includes a separate advisor

IRHC: The Inter-Residence Hall Council (IRHC) serves as the umbrella organization for all hall councils.  IRHC’s mission is to improve the residential experience by creating and supporting communities within New York University’s residence halls by advocating for the needs of residents as well as providing community service and other programmatic opportunities.  Click here to to visit their website!

NRHH: The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is a group that provides recognition and encourages service and leadership for its membership and the residential population at NYU.  Click here to go to the NRHH website.


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