LSA and LEB Members
LEAD Students Association (LSA) Members
The LSA Executive Director serves as a direct link from the LEAD Scholars program to the LSA. The LSA Director will represent all students of the LEAD Scholars Program, serve as a role-model to all faculty, staff and students at UCF, and meet with students regarding academic, leadership, and service needs.
The Secretary of LSA is responsible for taking the attendance and minutes of the weekly board meetings. The secretary is also responsible for the LSA weekly publication of upcoming events.
The Treasurer of LSA is responsible for managing the LSA budget and balancing it regularly, recording revenues and expenditures, dispensing reimbursements, and communicating with LSA board members on the economic state of their budget.
The Director of LEAD Activities plans, organizes, and executes the large scale events pertinent to LSA. This position has the responsibility of overseeing the temporary committees established to execute these events, which include Boo-ty Bash, Family Weekend, Formal, and the Graduation Reception. The LEAD Activities Director will also assist in the planning and implementation of the new board retreat during the spring semester.
The Director of Community Service is responsible for developing and implementing the community service aspect of LSA (including, but not limited to, designing, identifying, and carrying out service projects throughout UCF and the surrounding communities).
The Director of Campus Activities is the official representative of the LEAD Student's Association to other campus organizations, and serves to connect LEAD Scholars with events happening on the UCF campus by organizing and managing the involvement of LEAD Scholars in these activities. An example would include the overall management of Homecoming.
The Historian Committee Director is responsible for managing the LSA Historian Committee and overseeing the development of the LEAD Scholars scrapbook.
The LSA Social Committee Director is responsible for managing the LSA Social Committee, and overseeing development of one large scale social event per month.
The LSA Athletic Committee Director is responsible for overseeing LEAD Cup Events, LEAD Intramural Sports and LEAD tailgating events.
The Technology Director plans the Scholar Dollar Auction at the end of each semester, oversees the technology committee, and hosts several LEAD events throughout the year.
The Professional Development Director plans LEAD events pertaining to personal growth and professional development for real-world business preparation and life skills.
Leadership Excellence Board (LEB)
The LEB Director's primary role is to work with the marketing, recruitment and selection of the next class of LEAD Scholars. The LEB Director will represent all students of the LEAD Scholars Program, serve as a role-model to all faculty, staff and students at UCF, and meet with students regarding academic, leadership, and service needs.
Maintain LEB phone interview schedule and coordinate phone interview scheduling with the front office. Assist in the training of LEB volunteers throughout the year for phone interviews. Inform student volunteers of phone interview and selection schedules. Organize and run selection meetings with the assistance of other directors and/or program staff
Coordinating at least 2 Impact events per semester for the fall and spring semesters. Coordinating and overseeing, in conjunction with the LSA Director of Campus Activities, a committee to organize Leadership Week in the spring semester. Organizing a Leadership Development Team (LDT) to assist the director in achieving goals and to get students involved. Informing the LEB Director coordinating the LEAD Scholar Holler of new leadership opportunities on campus and in the community to be included in the weekly newsletter. Coordinate Leadership Week. Serving as a liaison between LEAD Scholars and UCF Career Services to set up mock interview sessions and other programs for current LEAD Scholars.
Coordinate LEB volunteers at UCF Open Houses. Develop Open House PowerPoint presentations. Train LEB volunteers throughout the year for UCF Open Houses. Present LEAD Scholars PowerPoint presentation at every UCF Open House.
Train students to present at their own high schools. Train students to present at area high schools with LEB. Develop Marketing PowerPoint presentation. Work with Director of Promotions to contact area high schools about doing marketing presentations
Come up with ideas for promotional items to help market LEAD Scholars. Bring about the creation of promotional materials (e.g., testimonials, giveaways, etc.) for LEAD Scholars. Work with Director of Marketing to contact area high schools about doing marketing presentations. Work closely with first year LEB LEAD Scholars class in the spring semester on various projects. Maintain LEAD Scholars Holler on a weekly basis.