Fourteen students, including a White Hall resident, participated in the 2019 Freshman Leadership Experience (FLE) recently at Arkansas Tech University at Russellville, according to a news release.


Participants were Caleb Stewart of White Hall, Iris Alvarado of Russellville, Zachary Arp of Benton, McKenzie Blanchard of Siloam Springs, Johannah Branch of Dover, Jessie Brown of Spring Hill, Hannah Goodwin of Mountain Home, Hannah Halmes of Ozark, Faith Johnson of Dover, Kurt Lentine of Springdale, Lesly Mendez of Little Rock, Charles Moton of North Little Rock, Kaitlyn Oliver of Texarkana and Omari Royster of Little Rock.


“FLE serves as the starting point for students seeking to gain and increase their leadership skill set,” according to the ATU Department of Campus Life.


The program provides participants with an opportunity to engage with other ATU freshmen, campus leaders, staff and other leadership experts, according to the release.


“Anticipated outcomes for FLE participants include making connections prior to the first day of class and establishing a leadership and involvement plan for their first year at ATU,” according to the release.


The program was held Aug. 14-17.


Details: www.atu.edu/leadership_programs .