The Social Change Model was created in 1994 and is now the most widely used college student leadership model in the United States.
We are using the SCML in a recently developed (and ever-evolving) program at JMU in Harrisonburg, VA. The program is called Kijiji (Swahili for "village")...Citizens of Influence. We invite students…Continue
Started by Michael McCleve. Last reply by Louise Dolderer Jun 16, 2012.
As part of a larger initiative at Boston College to incorporate the Social Change Model into student learning, our Emerging Leader Program is using the SCM as a foundation for our curriculum. The…Continue
Started by Emily Hess Oct 6, 2011.
At Alfred University, we embed the SCM across the Student Affairs division through our vision statement and our strategic mission. A variety of initiatives focused on social justice, social change…Continue
Started by Julia Overton-Healy Oct 4, 2011.
Greetings from Melbourne Australia! I'm literally in the last weeks of writing up my Ed D dissertation and have only just realised that I had a copy of Wagner's article about the SCM. My…Continue
Started by Heath De Lany. Last reply by Robert Stephenson Apr 13, 2011.
I started the Social Change Model of Leadership group on Linkedin. http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=4347905&trk=anet_ug_grppro
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The Social Change Model is an approach to leadership development focused on the process of enacting social change from multiple perspectives. To learn more about the model, click here.
Through research, assessment, publications, and programs, the Social Change Model is a widely used and practiced leadership model. This Web site will help provide you with information and tools to better understand the Model.