About Community Outreach & Leadership Development
Community Outreach & Leadership Development offers a wide range of resources and programs designed to connect students to the community and develop leadership skills.
To foster active citizenship by exposing the Drury community to meaningful service and leadership experiences that effect positive change.
Students will become engaged, ethical and compassionate citizens for servant leadership in communities characterized by change, complexity and global interdependence.
GivePulse: Drury's service tracking software. Find opportunities to volunteer and track your engagement with GivePulse.
Soak Up Springfield: Head to Drury Lane to learn about internship and volunteer opportunities from local businesses (and pick up some samples and freebies).
Drury Alternative Breaks Program: Spend your fall or spring break learning, serving, and exploring a new city.
America Reads/America Counts Tutoring Program: Earn your work study award by tutoring at local k-12 schools and after-school programs.
Voter Engagement: Become a registered voter and learn about ballot issues impacting your community.
Summit Park Leadership Community: Complete a year of residency in Summit Park, a service-learning leadership community connected to PDEV 271 and PDEV 272.
Real World Leadership: Learn leadership skills for the real world at this monthly luncheon series.
The Drury Awards: Celebrate student leadership and achievement at the annual awards ceremony.
Leadership Drury Program: Complete a variety of courses and experiences throughout your time at Drury to be recognized in the Leadership Drury Program.
Panthers First: Become a peer mentor for first generation students in the Panthers First Program.