September 14, 2017
Leadership can be displayed by overcoming personal obstacles in order to contribute to the community in nontraditional ways.
Character is often portrayed in seemingly small things done everyday, like standing by one’s word with regard to a service contract, or blowing leaves off a neighbor’s yard.
Many people cited personal or professional mentors who exhibit character and leadership. These mentors don’t have to be older; we can learn from examples of character in young people, even those who are disenfranchised and show courage through adversity.
We then connected the opening theme to how character can be taught and modeled to our students at Wake Forest. Comments included:
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