Overview: Student Civic Leadership Board members are students who care about issues facing our communities and our world, and have demonstrated ways in which they have worked towards change, and want to continue to address critical community issues such as poverty, hunger, homelessness, climate change, diversity and inclusion, equity, and access to education.
Student Civic Leadership Board goals and activities include:
Learning about and addressing social and environmental issues in our world
Developing activities to engage the campus community in addressing those issues
Building community and connections on campus and within the WNY region
Be a current Buffalo State student, maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0, and commit to active engagement and participation to the best of your ability.
Because Bengals Care Workshop: Increasing Mental Health Awareness and Erasing Stigma
Bengals Care Collection Drive: Care-Packages for TSI, Inc.
Random Acts of Kindness Social Media Campaign
Bengals Care Collection Drive: Diaper and Hygenie Products for Every Bottom Covered
Bengals Care Collection Drive: Food and Hygenie Products for Friends of Night People
Domestic Violeance Awareness Month Educational Display
International Day of Peace Social Media Campaign
Advisor: Devon Bradford, Graduate Assistant
Katie Igielinski, Junior, Psychology
Alia Williams, Junior, Early Childhood and Childhood Education
Tatiana Shaddi, Senior, Applied Mathematics
Sarah Berlinger, Junior, Political Science
Abir M. Tamim, First-Year, Computer Information Systems
Saharatu Munkaila, Junior, Health & Wellness
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