OrientationAdventure2017

Orientation Adventure trips are led by older students – just one of many ways you can gain training and experience in leadership at Pomona.

Pomona students are driven, motivated and passionate about using their talents to the fullest extent, and Pomona College is equally driven to provide opportunities for our students to gain the leadership skills that will help them after they graduate.

Meet Maria Vides '18, president of the Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC), and learn about what inspired her to become a leader. 

Pomona graduates have gone on to prominent leadership roles in many fields and sectors, including but not limited to politics, academia, non-profit, technology, medicine and more.

Pomona offers students with a variety of opportunities to develop their leadership skills in the areas of student government, student-run groups, residence hall and sponsors, outdoor education, academic research, community service projects, peer counseling, on-campus jobs and off-campus internships – and much more.

At Pomona, leadership is about being socially responsible. It’s accessible to anyone. It’s a path, not a position.