About Telios

The Telios Leadership Retreat focuses on supporting incoming first-year students with the development of leadership skills, holistic wellness tools and practices, and a community support network. First-generation students are highly encouraged to apply! During Telios, students will connect with CLU faculty and staff, particpate in community building activities on and off campus, and reflect on their leadership development. The program prepares student leaders to succeed in and contribute to CLU and the community around them.

Student Learning Outcomes 

After particpating in the Telios Leadership Program, students will be able to: 
  • Identify tools and practices of holistic leadership 
  • Develop and define their personal leadership philosphy 
  • Apply leadership skills through team building activities 

Sample of Team Activities

  • Escape Room Excursion
  • Group Beach Day 
  • Outdoor Hike 
  • Service Project

Sample of Leadership Development Topics 

  • Time Management
  • Conflict Resolution 
  • Vocational Exploration
  • Wellness Practices