This is the virtual site of the
Washington-Ireland Leadership Training Program. WIP Interns will
be assigned student accounts on
Blackboard.Com and will log on to the course from this page.
to Life, Language and Leadership -- a special course in leadership
education. This course teaches students how to lead by teaching them how to
speak a new language, the language of possibility, and by inviting them to
find a story of larger purpose and meaning to breathe in and live out of. By
studying the lives of four great American leaders: Lincoln,
Eleanor Roosevelt, Dorothy Day and Martin Luther King, students will discover
how these leaders exemplify these two principles and through them, discover
their own language and their own story of leadership.
If you are a visitor and would like to follow the course along with
the Team of 2004, please email the directors at
firstname.lastname@example.org and we can
issue you with a name and password. The course is open to all. If you are
following the progress of the class of 2004, as mentor, host family, friend,
peer mentor or a prospect for next year, and want to gain some insight into
what they are reading and discussing in their course program, this is an
ideal way to participate through a virtual learning community.