LEAD Center brings student-leadership training under one roof

The ASUC Auxiliary’s new, unified LEAD Center — a one-stop shop for UC Berkeley students looking to find leadership training, get involved with organizations or receive advising for student groups — opens its doors for the first time on Monday, Aug. 20.

LEAD logoLocated in 102 Hearst Gym, the new center brings together the functions and staff formerly provided separately by the Center for Student Leadership, the Office of Student Affairs offices and the Graduate Assembly business office, with the goal of delivering more efficient leadership development and comprehensive student-group advising.

The  LEAD Center will provide advising to the undergraduate and graduate-student government organizations (Associated Students of the University of California, or ASUC, and Graduate Assembly, GA), Bridges Multicultural Resource Center, Cal Debate, the Committee on Student Fees, campus fraternities and sororities, registered student organizations, Student Leader Training and Development, student-publication groups, SUPERB, and The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF).

The LEAD Center can be reached at lead@berkeley.edu, 642-5171.