INVST Cohort 2020

The INVST Program prepares CU undergraduates to be leaders who work for social and environmental justice. Each year, INVST admits up to18 CU students who want to make a positive difference in the world. This academic program exposes students to what is and cultivates them as leaders to work for what could be. By participating in INVST, you become eligible to earn the Leadership Studies Minor.

Learn more about this pathway and apply here! 


Completion of the INVST Pathway with the Leadership Studies Minor requires students to take lead 1000, LEAD 4000, & 9 credits of elective coursework across these three following categories:

1. Leadership Foundations (3 Credits required)

Course Number Course Title Credits
INVS 4402 Nonviolent Social Movements                          3           


 2. Leadership Application (3 credits required)

Course Number Course Title Credits
INVS 3302 Facilitating Peaceful Community Change 3
INVS 3931 The Community Leadership Internship, Part 1 3
INVS 3932 Community Leadership Internship, Part 2 3


3. Leadership in Context (3 credits required)

Course Number Course Title Credits
INVS 4931 Community Leadership in Action, Part 1          3