As a participant, you will meet other aspiring leaders and those committed to service. You will learn from skilled faculty, staff, alumni, and presenters from the community. You will be experience an array of opportunities to lead and serve, and discover ways to apply your newly-learned skills.
Many of our participants have gone on to great success in student organizations and student government—which later translated to even greater success in their careers.
Through participation in Be More, you'll have a chance to build an Involvement Record in CSI Link, which will allow you to document your efforts and share them with networking contacts and potential employers.
Our program is designed to fit UB students' schedules. Events are offered at a variety of times such as evening workshops, afternoon café discussions and full-day Saturday programs. We also offer a range of feature events every semester.
All events that you attend through Be More will be recorded in your Involvement Record in CSI Link. Your Involvement Record keeps track of your student organization participation, as well as other learning experiences that you take advantage of while at UB.
With CSI Link, you can log service hours, see a list of all events that you have attended, and write reflections for them.
Please log on to CSI Link and request to join Be More. After you have joined the group, fill out our Participant Survey to become a full member, and gain full access to our CSI Link site. This will ensure you can participate in polls and forums, access documents, and receive important updates about our program.
If you are interested in the Established Leaders Roundtable, follow the above steps, but also fill out and submit the Established Leaders Roundtable Application, which can also be found in the Forms section of the Be More CSI Link page.
Please take note of our Policies and Procedures.
If you have any questions please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Anthony Butler, Associate Director of Leadership and Community Engagement or Candace Leyburn, Graduate Assistant, Leadership and Service Programs at 410.837.5417.