The Kravis Leadership Institute hosts, partners, sponsors, and participates in a number of conferences on and off campus for students and the greater 7C Community. These opportunities allow for participants to learn from others, exchange ideas, network, and hear from industry experts.
Kravis-de Roulet Conference
The Kravis-de Roulet Leadership conferences, which began in 1990, are annual leadership conferences funded jointly by an endowment from Henry R. Kravis and the de Roulet family. This perpetual funding, along with additional support from the Kravis Leadership Institute and Claremont McKenna College, enables us to attract the finest leadership scholars and practitioners as conference presenters and participants.
Women in Leadership Workshop
A one day workshop mobilizing alumni and professional women to engage with students to explore ways they can succeed as leaders in their chosen sector. Students practice networking and receive practical advice from women in a variety of industries including the fields of law, non-profit, entrepreneurship, finance, consulting, entertainment, education, government service, marketing, and health services.
Join the KLI Advisory Board and Kravis Fellows in interactive workshops on topics ranging from tips on how to begin your own business, entrepreneurship, resiliency, and career setting yourself up for success post graduation.
Students have the opportunity to network and receive mentorship from our distinguished board/fellows.
International Leadership Association Conference
Every year KLI sends a few members of our research team to present at the ILA conference. Students have the opportunity to share the research they have been doing and learn about other types of leadership research that is ongoing throughout the world. This years conference will be hosted in Brussels, Belgium October 12 - 15, 2017.
The Hult Prize is a global competition that partners with the Clinton Global Initiative to challenge students in teams to tackle the world’s greatest social problems by developing an idea for a social enterprise. This year’s (2017) topic was “Refugees - Reawakening Human Potential” and it focused on restoring the rights and the dignity of people and of societies who may be, or are forced into motion due to social injustices, politics, economic pressures, climate change and war.