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Annual Retreats
Urban Leadership students spend two days off campus with the director and experts in urban issues and leadership. Activities may include team-building, service projects, event planning and others.

Exploration Week
Between semesters, students accompany the Program director to public policy sites to learn about the focus and operation of these entities in the Atlanta region.

Oglethorpe Symposia
Each year, members create a program for the Oglethorpe Community. Examples include the "Conceptions of the Common Good" symposium, and tours based on the book Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn, written by Gary M. Pomerantz.

Atlanta in the Classroom
Members of the Program have numerous opportunities to meet with Atlanta leaders, to tour major organizations, and to attend off-campus lectures and events.

Service to the Community
Members of the Program are engaged in a variety of service activities, including participation in student organizations, outreach to neighboring communities, and development of events and symposia.

 

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