Values-based leadership in action

The Shelton Leadership Center’s mission is to inspire, educate, and develop values-based leaders committed to personal integrity, professional ethics, and selfless service.

About The General Hugh Shelton Leadership Center

The Shelton Leadership Center was founded in 2002 by General Hugh Shelton following his retirement as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. His desire to give back to his alma mater, North Carolina State University, prompted him to initiate a scholarship program. Soon, his efforts grew to include educational programs, camps, and organizational development training focused on developing the next generation of values-based leaders.

The Shelton Leadership Center’s values-based leadership development programs now reach youth, college students, and professionals at NC State University and other higher education institutions, corporations, government entities, nonprofits, and youth development organizations. His values-based leadership approach is based on five cornerstones: honesty, integrity, diversity, compassion, and social responsibility.

Mission, Vision, History

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General Shelton

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Staff

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Board Members

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Distinguished Faculty of Leadership

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It's been two years since Red Hat invested in the Shelton Challenge, setting us up to shape values-based leaders for many years to come. Our gratitude endures, we could not do our work without partners like Red Hat! pic.twitter.com/EPQ5D7tpZl

Today we are highlighting Keshal Patel in our #WhyIVolunteer series. Keshal is from Cary, NC and studies Public Policy and Psychology at UNC Chapel Hill. Keshal has been involved with the SLC in a number of ways for the past 7 years, including camper, peer leader, and CMT. pic.twitter.com/ZGHVtUhRK5

The Shelton Leadership Center is excited to welcome our newest staff member, Ashley Turlington, Assistant Director for Pre-College Programs. If you are on campus next Thursday, January 23, stop by PCJ in Talley Student Union between 11:30am-12:30pm to meet Ashley and welcome her! pic.twitter.com/rppeQzQ0tR

Last weekend both cohorts of CLDP partnered with the @FoodShuttle to help carry out a mobile food market for community members facing food insecurity. Our group assisted with unloading a truck full of food donations that were then organized and sorted for 100 families. pic.twitter.com/Vn05zZ8LEx

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