The American Red Cross has announced that Alice Lloyd College Student Athlete Neeley Green will be one of three student athletes from the NCCAA to participate in their Collegiate Leadership Program.
The Collegiate Leadership Program is a collaboration between the American Red, NCCAA, and the NAIA to inspire a new and diverse generation of Red Cross volunteer leadership. The fifteen student-leaders selected are offered a special opportunity to receive first-hand coaching, mentoring, and professional leadership training from senior leaders. This year’s training will take place in June in Washington D.C. This program enables student-leaders to give back to their school and campus communities by becoming a Red Cross ambassador through blood donors on their college campuses. Additionally, they will be given resources to start Red Cross clubs on campus for campuses that do not already have one.
Neeley is a junior communications major from Rogersville, TN. She is excited that she has been selected to participate in the amazing program. She says she is, “looking forward to expanding my skills and growing as a leader. Through this internship, I can take what I have learned and bring it back to campus.” Neeley is “thankful for this opportunity to represent Alice Lloyd College.”
For more information about the Red Cross Collegiate Leadership Program, visit redcross.org/rccl.
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Click here for the full source article by the NCCAA. For more about Neeley Greene, check out our Student Spotlight article here!