Hi, we are Leeds Student Government, the elected council for the business school here at CU Boulder. We created this blog in an effort to aid in our goal of bridging the gap between the student body, the council, and our faculty. This page is dedicated to fulfill the goal of having full transparency of all the projects and tasks LSG is pursuing.
On this blog, we will keep you updated about our decisions. As student leaders, we are granted access to resources and influence that will shape the future of Leeds. We want to keep you in the loop.
The council took a retreat to Grand Lake, Colorado to define our mission and core values. After two days of deliberation, we emerged with a purpose of "Students Enhancing the Student Experience" and values of community, leadership, accountability, and engagement. Since then, every decision made by LSG has embodied these beliefs. We strive to align our choices with the interests of our stakeholders.
2019-2020 UPCOMING INITIATIVES
SPRING CLUBS BANQUET
In order to celebrate student involvement, we are hosting the second annual banquet in March for student organizations, faculty, staff, and Leeds board members.
The night will be full of networking, awards, food, and drinks. The banquet will hopefully strengthen our relationship with club members and help get others involved within Leeds.
We are hosting biweekly office hours in the atrium for students to see and meet their student representatives and to voice their concerns.
HEALTH & WELLNESS
LSG consists of students, so we understand the toll stress can have on our minds and bodies.
Leeds Student Government will be hosting the annual Leeds Mental Health Week before finals, and will include activities such as massages, Goat Yoga, Heart 2 Heart
speaker series, aromatherapy, Pizza and Puppies, and DIY essential oils throughout the week of 04/15.
We are adding events and resources for your use, to keep you on track, healthy, and motivated.
Heart 2 heart speaker series
Faculty and Speakers join LSG to discuss interesting topics such as:
“What would your last ever lecture to students be?”
Often coupled with free food, this series is built to spark meaningful interpersonal discussion and insight.
This past year we participated in many community service projects and partnered with the There With Care and Imagine! nonprofit organizations.
We hosted a drive throughout the business school for students to donate money and products to give in care packages for families in medical need.
We took the goods donated and spent an afternoon making packages and blankets for the families of There With Care.
We also spent a weekend with Imagine! organizing gift donations.
The application for the Impact Award is currently closed. Please look our for further announcements regarding who is receiving the award.
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Current full-time undergraduate student at the Leeds School of Business
Graduation date: May 2020
1) Self-Nomination Letter
How have you made an impact to enhance the student experience during your time at Leeds?
Please state why you are applying for this award and include any relevant organizations, activities, etc.
you have participated in while attending Leeds.
2) Current Resume
You may also include a cover letter in addition to the resume.
3) Contact Information for Peer Recommendation
Please provide the full name and email address of an individual of your choosing.
This person will be contacted by Leeds Council and asked to submit a formal recommendation letter.
We are pairing up with the clubs at Leeds in order to build stronger relationships and structure throughout the clubs.
Because LSG is mainly focusing on launching many new programs, we utilize a task force structure to
effectively accomplish short-term imperatives, and stay on track with the progress of the larger projects.
This structure enables representatives to work on a wide variety of projects during their service,
and ensures projects are completed in a timely manner.
PROFESSIONAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT
The Council strives to provide opportunities for undergraduates to cultivate professional development.
We plan workshops for students to learn and prepare for the professional world, above and beyond those already offered.
As one of our four core values, Service is integral to Council initiatives.
Here are a few examples of ways we give back to the community, planning approximately two service projects per semester.
· In collaboration with There With Care, a local non-profit organization committed to giving back to families and children facing critical illness,
LSG hosted a week-long drive throughout the school for products that would be given to the families.
LSG raised $300+ and made over 25 goodie bags for the families in need filled with shampoo, toothbrushes, and other necessities.
· A group of representatives volunteered their time to help organize gifts with Imagine!, a local organization seeking
to incorporate people with developmental, cognitive, and physical challenges into their communities.