Nuala Pell Leadership Program
The Nuala Pell Leadership Program provides opportunities to a select number of diverse, high-achieving sophomores at Salve Regina, exposing them to both the theory and practice of leadership. Named in honor of the late Nuala Pell, wife of Sen. Claiborne Pell and an avid supporter of public service, the program aims to build leadership skills that can be used in the classroom and the real world.
Accomplished leaders from the public and private sectors leaven the experience with practical real-world lessons from their own lives. Students in the program also work in teams to design and implement a service project, shadow a community leader and receive mentoring from upperclassmen from preceding cohorts of the program.
Students are nominated by a University faculty or staff member to apply during the spring semester of their freshman year. To learn more about the program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internships and Student Employment
As interns or student employees at the Pell Center, students from a wide array of majors have the opportunity to engage with a broad spectrum of public issues while gaining professional experience in an office environment. Applicants should have a demonstrated writing aptitude and research skills in order to assist with research for studies and reports, write for the online blog, and assist with event planning and execution.
In addition, students with an interest in graphic design may assist in creating communications materials in Final Cut Pro and Adobe Creative Suite. Student employees should be prepared to attend Pell Center events and to assist in keeping Pell Center constituents and community members engaged in the civic dialogue.