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President's Emerging Leaders Program

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The purpose of PELP is to prepare students at APSU for a lifetime of leadership.


PELP Students

Students in the President's Emerging Leaders Program (PELP) exemplify the vision and values of Austin Peay State University and our program by striving for academic excellence and putting service above self. PELP students receive an annual scholarship of $3,000, which is renewable for a four-year period. 

Students in PELP have multiple mentorship opportunities beginning with a sophomore mentor who is assigned to each incoming freshman. During their sophomore year, PELP students are assigned an alumnus/a of the university who is active in the community and will help the student with career advice among other topics. PELP students have multiple opportunities to engage with alumni in a variety of fields throughout their four years at APSU. We are here to help you grow into the best leader you can be!

Requirements:

Students may be asked to participate in other university or community events.


Our Approach

PELP focuses on:

 

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Ready to take the next step?

Apply now to be a part of the President's Emerging Leaders Program!

 

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Mission Vision Values

The President's Emerging Leaders Program provides a select group of students a tool-kit for developing their inherent leadership qualities.  Through mentoring, networking, and acquiring the skills necessary to navigate the seas of leadership, PELP students prepare to engage with organizations large and small.

PELP will send into the global community a diverse cohort of young leaders who are focused on helping others achieve their goals, and who are prepared to undertake difficult and unpredictable challenges.  

  • Integrity
  • Humility
  • Ethical behavior
  • Commitment to service
  • Diversity
  • Character development
  • Mentorship
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Timothy Winters at 931-221-7118 or Ms. Delaney Atkins at 931-221-7403. You may also email any questions to pelp@apsu.edu.