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Registration is open for Dialogue on Diversity

Friday, Apr 13, 8 am
Bellarmine University Frazier Hall
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the 7th Annual Dialogue on Diversity Conference at Bellarmine University on Friday, April 13, 2018. This year's theme: Journeys. The primary objective of the conference is to construct a space where participants can engage in thoughtful and instructive conversations about the relevance and role of diversity in the fields of business, education, media, health, politics, community engagement, and religion.    Early Bird Prices (ends Friday, March 16,...
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Y-NOW Needs Mentors

Children with incarcerated parents are 7x more likely to become incarcerated themselves. The Y-NOW Children of Prisoners Program aims to break that cycle, but we need YOUR help!

Volunteers are needed to support every area of the Y-NOW Program, however, we have a heightened need for volunteers to serve as MENTORS who will listen and provide encouragement, support, and stability.

To learn more about volunteering with Y-NOW, call or email Tory Portale at (502) 855-6107,...

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ELSB Leadership Positions Available

The Engage Lead Serve Board (ELSB) is currently looking for students interested in serving on their Executive Branch, which includes the positions of Executive Director, Operations Director, Programming Director, and Marketing Director. For more information about each position and a link to the online application, visit https://orgsync.com/44525/forms/293887.

ELSB is the volunteering and service branch of the Student Government Association. It is structured to encourage community...

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1+1=U Mentoring Program

If you’re interested in working with youth and want to get involved in the greater community, 1+1=U, Inc. has volunteer and civic engagement opportunities for you! 1+1=U is non-profit organization that targets middle and high school students who seek discipline, encouragement and mentorship as they pursue their educational goals. Program participants take part in activities geared towards boosting academic and personal achievement. Each student must set personal goals, focused on...

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Cards in Action Application 2018

The “Cards in Action“ group is the political advocacy arm of the Student Government Association at the University of Louisville. Its primary goal is to bring students together from all over the Commonwealth and the nation to lobby in Frankfort and Washington D.C. for issues such as:

The affordability of higher education The insurance of equal education and protection under the law. Fair academic standards Increased federal and State funding for our University. Among many...

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Vote Everywhere

Are you interested in civic engagement? Are you interested in participating in dialogue about issues of public concern? Would you like to work with a group of students to make change or difference in a community? If yes, please consider attending the next Vote Everywhere meeting. 

Vote Everywhere is a national, non-partisan, civic engagement movement of student leaders and university partners. Led by Vote Everywhere Ambassadors, this group works collectively to register voters,...

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UofL Seeking Student Success Ambassadors

The Student Success Ambassadors (formerly REACH Ambassadors) will serve as peer mentors in the new Student Success Center. They provide support to all first-year students at the University of Louisville. Ambassadors help first-year students negotiate college transitions, form campus connections, and facilitate student success by guiding, supporting, and advising them throughout their first-year of college.

There are two sections of the Student Success Ambassador Program: Campus...

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This Class is All About You!

GEN 204: Leadership and Strategic Career Development is designed to help you explore your Strengths, communities, and personal values, in order to better prepare you for campus leadership positions, internship opportunities, and their future career goals.

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ISLP Trinidad & Tobago 2018

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'" - Martin Luther King, Jr.

UofL's International Service Learning Program is planning a trip to Trinidad and Tobago from April 27 to May 4, 2018. Interested students may apply online by visiting the ISLP OrgSync application.

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ISLP Croatia Trip 2018

International Service Learning Program staff had a successful scouting trip to Croatia in preparation for their May 13-23, 2018 service program. During this ISLP trip, they will deepen their relationships with schools in rural Croatia, as well as, add a coastal experience this Spring that you won't want to miss!

For more information and to apply, visit the ISLP application.

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Student Orientation Staff 2018 Application

Thank you for your interest in the 2018 Student Orientation Staff! 

Please be sure to first read the full SOS position description online here.  As you prepare to submit the application, be sure to have enough time to complete 3 short answer questions and you have your resume and photo ready to upload at the end of the application.  The application form and recommendations are due by October 12 at 5:00 p.m. in order to be eligible to move forward...

Signup for the President’s Volunteer Service Award Program

Do you enjoy service? Do you contribute a significant number of service hours per year? If so, keep track of your service hours in OrgSync and get recognized through the President's Volunteer Service Award Program.

Students that successfully record at least 100 service hours in OrgSync from April 2017 to March 2018 will receive a personalized certificate of achievement from the White House, a congratulatory letter, and the official PVSA pin. Students will receive their recognition...

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Application Deadline: Freshmen LEAD & Task Force Freshmen

Wednesday, Aug 30, All Day

OrgSync applications close for the Freshmen LEAD and Task Force Freshmen Programs. Students must complete an online application in order to be considered for an interview. Not all applicants will receive an interview. Selected candidates will receive email notifications providing additional information about group interviews.

This event does not require an RSVP.