Student Leaders
International

the ezine helping students
globally to learn about leadership

  • Global Support

    Student Leaders International is supported by many organisations

    Thank you to schools across all regions for sharing this responsibility.

  • All students learning about leadership

    Student Leaders International
    includes student ezines and  
    teacher activity books, which are 
    AVAILABLE for ALL schools globally.

     

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    International Network of Schools.
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    posters all emailed direct to
    your school.

  • Schools, globally connected

    Teachers from all schools share the responsibility of developing young people as leaders.
    If teachers don't teach leadership, who will?
  • Monthly eNewsletter

    Subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter. This monthly update provides new research, ideas, information, reviews and specials.

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Forms

Students

You may submit your personal story of leadership by either:22173184 l

  • using this online form, or
  • downloading the Student Leadership Article Advice Form, writing your draft article after considering the advice, and then emailing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

You will receive feedback on your draft, enabling you to complete a final, more polished final draft. 

You must also submit at least two high resolution images, with captions, that relate to your article. If there are other people recognisable in the image/s they must give permission to have their image published.

Download - Student Leadership Article Advice Form (PDF)

Leaders

Leaders in the community, business, environmental issues, science, education, academia, politics, the Arts, etc may use either of the choices below to submit their leadership-related article. 

Option 1: Leader article

Complete this online form if you wish to write a personal story about your leadership journey including reasons, challenges, obstacles, resilience, mentors and mentoring, learning, etc.

(You may wish to write your article elsewhere, and then cut and paste into the online form.)

Option 2: Q & A (Parts A, B, C)

If you would like to use a question-answer approach for your article, then complete these online forms. The process is divided into three parts.

Go to form

 

 

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