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DOI

https://doi.org/10.25774/7pb3-rz74

First Page

34

Last Page

48

Abstract

This study explored how involvement in Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) organizations promoted leadership development for five undergraduate students at the University of Georgia, a predominately White, research-extensive institution in the Southeast. Findings highlight significant leadership outcomes from involvement such as an increased sense of belonging to the campus community, opportunities for leadership development, interpersonal relationships influenced by organizational culture and peer expectations, and specific leadership skills development. Implications for practice are included.

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