Whether you are pursuing your degree in Engineering or African American Studies, the BCLS can plug you into a service that works for you!
As a graduate student, there are many ways you can get involved with The David and Wanda Brown Center for Leadership and Service (BCLS). You are capable of participating in any of our events and programs. We also provide various opportunities for professional development, as well as service opportunities to give back to the community.
Professional development opportunities
- Enjoy leading group facilitations? Click here to apply to serve as a group facilitator for one of our conferences
- Interested in presenting at a conference? Click here to learn about the conferences offered to undergraduate student and how you can serve as a presenter?
Community Service opportunities
- Contact our office to find out how the Brown Center can help you find service opportunities for you, or your student organization, in the local community.
be an Alternative Break Trip Learning partner
Spend time with students outside of your academic classes by serving as a Learning Partner to an alternative break trip. A Learning Partner should be a mentor, a friend, and an equal participant in the experience. They should understand the mission of alternative breaks, as well as the Center for Leadership and Service. Learning partners serve as a guide to help with the trip subject matter, facilitate reflection, and be a resource to Site Leaders. The majority of the expenses of the trip are covered with the exception of a minimal fee ($50-$200, depending on the type of trip). Florida Alternative Breaks plans trips during Winter Break, MLK Weekend, Spring Break, and Summer Break. To get involved with this program please contact the Brown Center at email@example.com.