The Engage. Lead. Serve. Board was established at the University of Louisville in May 2010 and is an arm of the Student Government Association responsible for planning and promoting community engagement opportunities for students. Our mission is to enhance the education of students by providing structured experiential and developmental opportunities that encourage community engagement, model good leadership, and allow active service. We offer opportunities for students to engage in service weekly, monthly, once a semester, and once a year.
For more information, check the Committees tab for programs that catch your interest.
Ecochella: Sustainability Music & Speaker Festival
When: 3/5/15 3PM-11PM Where: Red Barn
Ecochella is UofL’s sustainability music and speaker festival, put on by the Engage Lead Serve Board and Student Activities Board. Whether you have to remind yourself to recycle, or you've fully adopted the free-range tofu and organic bicycling lifestyle, come out and enjoy an afternoon and evening of live, local bands and speakers, plus a sustainability fair, free food, and a whole host of activities!
This event is free and open to the public, so invite all of your friends!
Animal Welfare Committee Responsible Pet Ownership Fair
When: 3/11/15 Where: Red Barn
This event will be an informational workshop for college students that models the time and cost associated with owning a pet (dog/cat). During this event you will be able to choose a pet from Animal House and walk around to the different workshops learning proper animal safety. Come to the Red Barn and support your local pets and the Animal Welfare Committee.
African Library Project
When: 2/9/15-4/9/15 Where: SAC W310
The Engage Lead Serve Board is buiding a library in Ghana, South Africa! All books donated will go directly to the Kent Primary School. Help change the world by donating books to our donation bins from February 9th-April 9th in the entrance of SAC W310, new or gently used books welcome!
WANT TO HELP ONLINE? GO TO www.gofundme.com/elsbalp