PILOT Program

Programs in Leadership and Organizational Training (PILOT) provides participants non-academic credit for leadership training.

PILOT

Established in 1997, PILOT is the largest leadership program at UNC Charlotte with over 1000 student participants annually. Each semester, approximately 100 workshops are sponsored by the Center for Leadership Development in collaboration with many campus departments. PILOT is great for students who don’t have the time for a group leadership experience though many students in PILOT are also in our other leadership programs.

Qualifications

Any UNC Charlotte student interested in completing a Certified or Master Leader Certificate may participate.

It usually takes at least one semester to complete a certificate and all certificates must be completed by graduation.


Registration and Certification Process

How to join the PILOT program:

1.    Use your UNC Charlotte ID to log onto the OrgSync website. (orgsync.com/login)

2.    Find PILOT group and select the "Join" option.

3.    Fill out the Registration Form on the Welcome page.  You must fill out the form to get your credits.

4.    Print off a Passport from the “Files” section.

5.    Check the calendar, and start attending workshops!  Take your Passport with you and get it signed.

6.    Turn in your Passport to the Center for Leadership Development in Student Union 280 to get your credits!

7.    You will be able to view your completed credits on your Timesheet in the "Involvement Section" on OrgSync. Find your credits by clicking on the "More" option and the "Involvement."  Credits are uploaded twice per week.

**Note: As of January 1st, 2016 you must be a registered member of the PILOT Program via OrgSync in order to attend workshops.**


Program Design

Each time a student participant attends an approved activity and returns a Passport form, he/she will be issued one credit under a specified category in the PILOT program. In order to receive credit, all activities must be either a University sponsored event or approved by the PILOT advisor. Students may claim up to two credits following conference or retreat participation.

Academic courses are not part of the PILOT program.

PILOT participants obtain recognition through two levels of distinctions:

  • Certified Leader
  • Master Leader

To complete your sign-up go to OrgSync and complete the information in Pilot.

**Note: As of January 1st, 2016 you must be a registered member of the PILOT Program via OrgSync in order to attend workshops.**