UBUNTU - Leaders in Lancaster
Growing Leaders | Building Communities
“I am who I am because of who we all are.” Do you believe that? The team at Ubuntu Leaders in Lancaster (ULL) does.
The statement above is a definition of the ancient African word “Ubuntu” as described by ULL. Launched out of Millersville University’s Learning Institute, the mission of this new community-based program is centered on that word, the first in its title. The team at ULL believes that term comes to life by interacting with and serving others for the benefit of one’s community.
No one is more capable of facilitating local and global change than the youth. As a result of extensive research and preparation, ULL has developed a program specifically designed for individuals in seventh through 12th grade who attend school in Lancaster County and want to make a difference in their communities. ULL aims to help these individuals enhance compassion skills, develop leadership abilities, advocate social justice and foster global citizenry.
Ubuntu in the news
- Ubuntu Leaders in Lancaster Trusts Youth for a Better Tomorrow
- Ubuntu Leaders in Lancaster teaches young people the tools of social change
Interested in Participating?
Who Can Participate: Anyone in grades 7-12th who attend school in Lancaster County
Day/Time: Mondays from 4-5:30 p.m.
NEXT GROUP BEGINS SEPTEMBER 11, 2017
Location: Ware Center, 42N. Prince Street, Lancaster.
Register: In order for your son/daughter to participate in the Ubuntu Leaders in Lancaster program, the parent/guardian and the youth will need to fill out this four-part online form below. Complete one form per youth. Thank you.
Any questions, please feel free to contact LearningInstitute@millersville.edu
The Learning Institute:
Global Well-Being and Social Change
Dr. Karen Rice, Department Chair of Social Work at Millersville University
Rasheed Osman, Learning Institute Intern, email@example.com
Rasheed Osman is a senior at the Millersville University of Pennsylvania Millersville, majoring in Social Work. His area of interest is researching best practices to supports people with intellectual disabilities. Driven by the passion for supporting people with intellectual disabilities and their families, Rasheed has completed internships with the Pennsylvania Office of Developmental Programs (ODP), Bell socialization services, and Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP). He is also An ODP certified Support Broker. In addition, he is an educational support coach for the Integrated Studies at Millersville University. Rasheed is interning with the Learning Institute - Center for Advancing Justice and Human Rights, leading the Ubuntu Leaders Fellows Program and Documentary and Dialogue Series. Rasheed aspires to pursue a master’s degree program in social work and emergency management, have a career in social work, and write a grant for social services agencies. Behind the scenes, he enjoys fishing and playing video games.