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SOAB Application Deadline Extended

If you're looking for a leadership opportunity for the 2019-2020 academic year, then please consider applying for the Student Organization Advisory Board (SOAB). Members of the SOAB serve as a support and resource to other students interested in either starting a new recognize student organization (RSO) or improving their existing RSO.

Applicants for the SOAB should have a working knowledge of how RSOs function at the University of Louisville. All members of the SOAB will receive...

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SGA Election Candidate Forum

Not sure who to vote for in the Student Government elections? Come on out to the Candidate forum and get to know who your candidates and what they envision for our campus. The forum is Wednesday, February 13 at 6pm in the Chao Auditorium, Ekstrom Library.

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Applications for College Mentors Due Jan 31

If you're looking for a fun and meaningful opportunity this semester in which to get involved at UofL then look no further. College Mentors for Kids is looking for students with a passion to service others and an interest in mentoring children in our community. 

College Mentors at UofL currently serves about 70 elementary students from Shelby Traditional Academy. The program gives children an opportunity to learn about the benefits of higher education, while developing meaningful...

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ELSB Applications Open Today!

The Engage Lead Serve Board (ELSB) is the education, leadership, and service branch of the Student Government Association. It is structured to encourage involvement in the community, allow active service and model good leadership through intentional training. ELSB promotes collaboration between organizations, with a focus on areas that encourage service, leadership development, and civic engagement.

Students interested in applying for a position on ELSB should complete an online...

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A Leader's Legacy Program Orientation

Tuesday, Jan 29, 5:30 pm
Student Activities Center, W314

Students interested in participating in A Leader's Legacy that have not completed the program orientation requirement should attend this event.

During the orientation, we'll cover in detail the process for completing requirements and answer questions students may have about the program. The orientation is also an excellent opportunity for students to connect with other program participants and coordinators. 

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First to Earn the Become MORE Medallion

Junior Daphne Woolridge is the first student at UofL to earn the Become MORE Medallion! The Office of Student Involvement will recognize Daphne for completing, not one, but all four stages of the MORE Leadership Program in as little as three semesters at the annual Celebration of Student Leadership & Service event in April.

The MORE Program is a sophomore and higher level leadership development program designed to fit the busy schedule of involved student leaders. The purpose...

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It's Not Too Late to Join LEGACY

The Office of Student Involvement wants you to know there is still time to get involved in our leadership development program, A Leader's Legacy.

In fact, winter break is a perfect opportunity to get caught up on fulfilling program requirements online. See the attached flyer for information on the 6 simple steps to complete A Leader's Legacy. 

LEGACY_Certificate_Flyer - Spr 19.pdf Click to View

Students that successfully complete the requirements by March 1, 2019 will...

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TED Talk Reflection Form

Participants of A Leader's Legacy Program have the option of viewing and responding to approved TED Talks in lieu of attending in-person leadership workshops to satisfy program requirements. Click here for a list of approved videos.

To earn credit for each video watched, program participants must complete the following OrgSync reflection form.  The purpose of this activity is to provide participants with a framework (4 C's Visible Thinking Routine) to them...

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NRHH - Looking for New Members

Do you know someone that wants to find their passion while living on campus? You should nominate them to join NRHH!

The National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) empowers its members to find their strengths, recognize leaders in their own community, and find service opportunities that compliment their passions!

Here at UofL, the NRHH – Cardinal Chapter is looking for new members that meet these requirements:

1.     Members must be in good standing with the university...

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Looking for Leadership Development?

Are you interested in participating in a fun and convenient leadership certificate program that incorporates Strengths assessment, goal setting, and coaching? If so, consider participating in the Leader's Legacy Certificate Program. 

Students can complete the program in just 6 simple steps:

Enroll online at https://goo.gl/gjnbnq Participate in a program orientation Attend (5) leadership workshops (click here for a schedule); more dates to come Complete a Strengths...

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1st Annual Lead KY: University of Louisville

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) at UofL, UofL Women's Center and Lead Kentucky presents the 1st Annual Lead Ky: University of Louisville which will be held on Thursday November 1, 2018 with doors opening at 4:30pm and the program beginning at 5pm in the Swain Student Activities Center Multipurpose Room. Registration required to attend. 

Students attending the will learn from Kentucky politicians and leaders, participate in breakout sessions including topics on...

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Need a Lyft to the Election Polls?

According to BuzzFeed, over 15 million people were registered in the 2016 election, but didn't vote due to lack of transportation. This year, BuzzFeed and Lyft are partnering to give voters the tools they need by offering 50% off promo codes to the polls. Click here for instructions on how to access the Lyft promotion code.

Additionally, Uber is offering $10 off a single ride to the polls on Election Day. For details visit the Uber Newsroom. 

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2019 ACC Student Leadership Symposium

ACC Leadership Symposium is an all-expenses paid, leadership experience for undergraduate students. This year's conference will be held at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC and the theme is Nourishing our Communities: Uniting Against Hunger. The conference will take place February 22 - 24, 2019. If you are selected to attend this conference, you would be required to attend pre-conference meetings as follows:

Fridays, November 30, 2018 and January 25, 2019...

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2019 ACC Leadership Symposium Application

The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) has long supported the efforts of its member institutions in developing student leaders. Through the support of the ACC, each year 5 undergraduate student leaders (accompanied by a faculty/staff advisor) from each ACC university gather at a host university for a 3-day leadership symposium to share both leadership strategies and knowledge regarding a specific social issue. This year, the theme is "Nourishing our Communities: Uniting...

2018 Lead UK Conference Postponed

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the event coordinators have had to postpone the 2018 Lead UK Conference. We will keep you informed when the event is rescheduled.

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Attention Seniors, Teach for America Applications Due Soon

How will you lead?

Are you interested in challenging yourself in an impact-driven career? Putting your talents to work to disrupt inequity and create opportunity? Joining a powerful network of 60,000 leaders from all backgrounds and sectors?

By joining Teach For America, you will become part of a network of leaders shaping the political, economic, and social future of our country. Check out some of the inspiring ways our alumni are leading across education, business,...

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Leading Change: LeadUK Leadership Conference

The University of Kentucky is excited to announce that the Lead UK Conference will take place on October 27, 2018, from 9:00am-3:30pm at the University of Kentucky's Gatton Student Center. 

This year’s conference theme is Leading Change and the event will bring together Kentucky’s students, faculty, and alumni to develop their leadership skills and network with one another. Lunch and swag will be provided to all registered participants. This conference is designed to provide...

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[raiseRED] Apply for TLM/SOC Today!

There is still time to get involved with raiseRED! Applications for Team Leader, Morale Captain, and Student Outreach Coordinator close tonight at 11:59 pm.

RaiseRED is a nationally recognized student-led philanthropic campaign that fights to end pediatric cancer & blood disease and better the lives of Louisville children & their families. It is the largest student-run philanthropic organization on campus that focuses year-round efforts to support the research and funding...

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RBAA & Torchbearer Scholarship Applications Available

Students,

If you're interested in applying for the Red Barn Scholarships for spring 2019 semester through then go on line at http://louisville.edu/studentactivities/facilities/scholarships. Two $1,700 and three $500 scholarships will be awarded. Hard copies of the applications can be picked up at the Red Barn and in the lobby of the Financial Aid office.

The deadline for applications is Monday, November 26 at 5pm at the Red Barn Programs office (in the Red Barn) or by email...

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Get ready sophomores. There's MORE in store for you!

The Office of Student Involvement is excited to unveil the newly revised MORE Program, a leadership program for sophomore and upper level students. The purpose of the program is to help students develop the skills most desirable to employers. Students enrolled in the program will be challenged to participate in a variety of leadership activities that are focused on team-building, decision making, problem solving, and effective communication.

MORE Program is designed to be flexible...

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MORE Program Registration [Fall 2018]

The MORE Program is a sophomore and higher level leadership development program designed to fit the busy schedule of involved student leaders at the University of Louisville. The purpose of the program is to assist in the development of the skills in students that are most desirable to employers. Through various leadership activities, students will gain experience in team building, decision making, problem solving, effective communication, and influencing...

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Signup for the President’s Volunteer Service Award Program

Do you enjoy volunteering? 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 (PVSA) Program.

Students that successfully record a minimum of 100 service hours in OrgSync from April 2018 to March 2019 will receive a personalized certificate of achievement from the White House, a congratulatory letter, and the official PVSA pin. Students will receive...

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