Participating in Student Leadership opportunities at SSCC helps students develop and cultivate leadership and personal skills.
- Participate in monthly STEP UP Student Leadership Development workshops
- Get involved with student government as a paid member or volunteer!
- Join a student organization
- Serve as a paid student representative on a campus committee. We need the student voice on important faculty tenure committees and more!
- Attend a leadership conference
- Let's Do Lunch! (take an instructor out to lunch to discuss your academic goals)
- Travel and Learn
- Apply for scholarships--- All -Washington / All-USA Scholarship & Pride Foundation
- All -Washington / All-USA Scholarships
No experience necessary. We offer training and free monthly workshops with core themes of student activism, communication, self-knowledge and service learning.
Contact: Monica Lundberg
Attend a Conference
Conferences are a great way for to learn more about topics of special interest. It's also an opportunity to meet other student leaders, and to galvanize efforts to make change. Stop by our office and learn more about how you can apply to attend one of these conferences for free. We pay for hotel, transportation, conference fees, and meals.
- Legislative Academy - Learn more about how Olympia operates and how you can advocate for student interests. The Academy is usually in October.
- Northwest Student Leadership Conference at Portland State University – One of the best all-around conferences
- LEAP (Latino Education Achievement Project)
- LGBTQ Power of One Conference
- Students of Color Conference - Held each year in April. Applications available in late February.
- Student Voice Academy - Student leaders develop "platforms" which are presented to the Legislature. See the Council of Unions and Student Programs (CUSP) web page.
Let's Do Lunch! The Student Faculty Guest Meal Program
Students invite a favorite instructor or advisor to a free lunch on campus. All you need to do is complete the form, ask your instructor to sign, and return to Monica Lundberg in JMB 126/135. Participants receive a $30 coupon to use at one of the dining areas on campus. Students say this experience has helped improve communication and develop mentorship.
Travel and Learn
While you are a student, take time to travel outside of the US and learn more about yourself and the world.
- Global Impact is our district-wide international service learning program. Imagine yourself traveling to Vietnam, Peru or Tanzania this summer. Scholarships are available!
All-Washington / All -USA Scholarships
The All-Washington Academic Team Scholarship recognizes the academic achievements and community service contributions of students enrolled in community colleges. Two South Seattle Community College students will be awarded.
In order to be considered for the scholarship, students must:
- Be currently enrolled at South Seattle Community College
- Maintain a GPA of at least 3.25
- Demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor in course of study
- Demonstrate service to campus and/or our extended communities
- Applications are available in Student Life, JMB 135, during October.
- The application deadline is in early November.
The Student Development Transcript
The Student Development Transcript is an official record of student service and involvement at SSCC. It is similar to a resume, which lists activities a student has participated in, such as student clubs, student government, conferences, sports, etc. Students can include this document, which is an addition to the academic transcript, when applying for scholarships, university admissions and employment.
Student Development Transcript Form >>