SLU'S INSIDE OUT STRATEGY
Student Leadership University is the ultimate experience in leadership training for students. At SLU, students will see the world in a way most never do, combining unforgettable experiences with top-notch executive leadership training designed to change and shape the rest of their lives! We believe that every student deserves a chance to be part of this, but as our founder, Dr. Jay Strack says, "There's potential and talent in every zip code. There's just not opportunity."
SLU is committed to serving students who are under-resourced and in need of financial support. We at SLU want to awaken the potential and identify talents within these students who may not otherwise have the opportunity to realize their potential as future leaders of America.
Through the Inside Out Strategy, SLU partners with organizations to provide scholarships to qualified students. Please read through the application guidelines and if you believe your students qualify, submit an application.
We are incredibly grateful for your interest in equipping students, no matter their means or resources, to know how to think, dream, and lead at the feet of Jesus.
"At SLU I got the chance to go to SeaWorld and I haven’t gone on a roller coaster in over 2 years and I have a lot of fear. But I decided to still go on the ride, I was holding onto the seat so hard, but in the end, I didn’t regret it. That reminded me of what I learned at SLU, that even leaders have fear and that doesn’t make you less of a leader. God is going to give us situations where we have to face our fear, but he is walking with us through every aspect of life."
"Over the past week at SLU, one of the things that stood out to me was taking on the hardest task, or big frog first. I struggle with going to bed late and not waking up and doing anything, but I know I have to wake myself up and be productive. I want to be prepared for anything that may come by way."
"This week at SLU I had the opportunity to take a DISC test, which is a personality test for leaders. At first I was ashamed of my results, but I looked at 1 Timothy 4:4. It made me realize I do have leadership qualities. I learned there is a place for everyone in leadership."