PROGRAM STRUCTURE AND SCHEDULE
The Leadership Crisis Challenge is offered twice during the Winter semester, once for graduate students and once for undergraduates. Come prepared to engage intensely and practice navigating ambiguity, exercising good judgment, adapting through turbulence, and performing under pressure.
You'll work on a small team of 4-6 students during the challenge. You do not need to have a team formed before signing up. Teams will be decided on the first night of the challenge. You can work with a group of peers you already know or you can choose to create your team the first day of the challenge by networking and using provided information about other students' goals and strengths.
Graduate Student Crisis Challenge
Thursday, January 11, approx. 5-10 PM
Friday, January 12, approx. 8-5 PM*
Undergraduate Student Crisis Challenge
Thursday, March 23, approx. 5-10 PM
Friday, March 24, approx. 8-5 PM*
|* You do not need to be present the entire day. Your team will be assigned a 45-minute presentation time in the morning or early afternoon. The final round typically begins around 3 PM.
The winning team in both competitions will receive a scholarship that can be split among team members. Winning students in their final semester will receive a reimbursement. Prize amounts will be announced when registration opens; however, in the past the top prize has ranged from $3,000-$5,000.
- University of Michigan student (any academic year and school or college)
- Ability to attend both days