Hey everyone, I'm a new member of SDN, but as a pre-med student. I wanted to ask about leadership opportunities and people considered to be a good leadership position. What exactly qualifies as a LEADERSHIP position? Other than just taking care of meetings, I would hope that being a club or society leader could also be under this banner if it includes organizing events and advising other students with matters. But I've never really been in full understanding of what that means (other than captain of a sports team). Would you believe that this banner could include being an upper classmen adviser for freshman in undergrad? My college has a position where each adviser lives with 16 freshman the entire year, build their college experience (academic, lifestyle, anything really), handle the planning of their classes with their faculty advisers, and teach them college traditions. But perhaps most importantly upper classmen advisers are there for the freshman to talk about anything (depression, social conflicts, academic concerns), and are always used by the group. 1. Would you guys consider this to be a significant leadership position? 2. What are other leadership ECs that are noteworthy or even LEADERSHIP positions at all?