The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service of NC State University recently honoured Salomé Froment, SKEMA student on the Raleigh campus, for obtaining her Visionary Leader Certificate in two semesters instead of the usual permitted two years.
Pictured: Salomé beside Nathan Thomas from the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service (NC State University)
Along with this
Visionary Leader Certificate, Salomé also received the Ronald C. Butler Visionary Leader Award. She was the only NCSU student to receive this award for this academic year, and the first SKEMA student to receive it.
Each year, NC State awards the Visionary Leader Certificate to students who have followed a complete cycle of workshops on leadership development given by their Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service. Students have a maximum of two academic years to obtain the
Visionary Leader Certificate that requires attendance at 12 workshops on the theme of leadership and personal development as well as 20 hours of voluntary work, a leadership position and a portfolio (a report of the whole process that is read and approved by members of the
Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service).
Salomé Froment is the second SKEMA student to obtain this certificate after Pauline Gane in October 2015.
Salomé has just finished her MSc International Business on SKEMA’s Raleigh campus. She is currently working in an IT start-up on the campus of NC State University.