Co-curricular activities, like those offered through the SILGA Office, provide opportunities for applying classroom lessons to tangible out-of-class situations. These activities also aid in the development of leadership skills such as teamwork, decision-making and planning. These skills and experiences, as well as others, are easily transferrable to the workplace, family responsibilities, community, and civic and social obligations.
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