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Leadership
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The Arch Society

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The Arch Society serves as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors, seeking to advance the University of Georgia through service to the offices of the President, the Provost, the Vice President for Student Affairs, and other University offices or officials at appropriate functions.

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BeYou Peer Educators

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BeYou Peer Educators facilitate body positivity workshops and coordinate body activism events in order to prevent eating disorders amongst UGA students.

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C.L.A.S.S. Advocate

C.L.A.S.S. Advocate

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A live-in member of the residence hall student staff, the C.L.A.S.S. Advocate (“CA”) occupies a crucial role in enriching the experience of residents in their buildings/residential communities through assistance to African-American students, communication with all staff and students, and participation in continuing efforts to educate and address the needs of all students in the residence halls.

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Community Standards Board

Community Standards Board

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The Community Standards Board (CSB) is the peer Community Standards Board for University Housing and is responsible for hearing cases involving alleged housing policy violations from each of the seven residential living communities.

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Dawg Camp Counselors

Dawg Camp Counselors

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Dawg Camp Counselors are extended orientation leaders who facilitate different Dawg Camp summer experiences for incoming, first-year students and serve as Peer Mentors throughout their first year to assist them in any way possible during their transition.

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EcoReps

EcoReps

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EcoReps serve as leaders that promote, advocate, and encourage sustainable and environmentally-friendly living in University Housing. EcoReps serve on the hall councils for each community and are responsible for serving as environmental stewards by working with hall councils to make environmentally responsible choices during meetings, programming, and everyday residence hall life.

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First-Year Programs Director

First-Year Programs Director

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First-Year Programs is comprised of three individual groups—Board, Connect, and Forum—who seek to represent the first-year class within the governance structure of the Student Government Association. First-Year Programs provides the opportunity for first-year students to engage with their peers, build community, network with other student leadership and various campus administrators, work towards improving the campus community, and develop their overall leadership skills.

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First-Year Programs Peer Leaders

First-Year Programs Peer Leaders

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First-Year Programs is comprised of three individual groups –Board, Connect, and Forum – who seek to represent the first year class within the governance structure of the Student Government Association. FYP provides the opportunity for first year students to engage with their peers, build community, and network with other student leaders and various campus administrators.

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Georgia RED Peer Mentor Program

Georgia RED Peer Mentor Program

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Georgia R.E.D (Resilience, Education, and Direction) is a year-long mentor program based out of the University Health Center grounded in building skills for wellness and increasing first year students’ sense of belonging on campus. Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors may apply to serve as a mentor.

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LGBT Resource Center Ambassadors

LGBT Resource Center Ambassadors

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The Ambassador Program seeks to build a connection with students who want to represent the LGBTRC and cultivate their leadership capacities, providing students an opportunity to get more involved in Center programming and initiative,; become better informed on LGBTQA and allied topics and concerns, and further develop their leadership skills.

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The LeaderShape® Institute™

The LeaderShape® Institute™

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The Institute℠ is an extensive, six-day leadership development experience focused on issues relating to personal and group leadership and a vision of a better world.

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Leadership UGA

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Leadership UGA, established in 1985, recognizes outstanding leaders on campus. The program provides a unique opportunity to interact with each other and prominent leaders, and to become more aware of the social issues facing our campus, community, and state.

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National Residence Hall Honorary Executive Board

National Residence Hall Honorary Executive Board

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National Residence Hall Honorary is a leadership-based honorary comprised of exemplary residential students who value recognition and service. NRHH focuses on promoting community service and recognition through Housing.

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New Resident Assistant Training Seminar Program

New Resident Assistant Training Seminar Program

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Resident Assistants lead discussion groups, participate in community development activities, complete journals and personal assessments, and learn about campus resources as training to develop productive on-campus residential floor communities.

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Panhellenic Recruitment Counselor

Panhellenic Recruitment Counselor

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Panhellenic Recruitment Counselors serve as the primary leaders, mentors, and contacts for prospective new members during the Sorority recruitment process. In this role, they guide first- and second-year students on sorority life and decision-making over the course of nine days, a leadership role that often extends beyond the recruitment process.

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Presidents Student Leadership Experience

Presidents Student Leadership Experience

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The Presidents Student Leadership Experience provides a cultural leadership opportunity for student leaders to engage with issues of inclusion, social justice, and multiculturalism.

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RSVP Peer Educators

RSVP Peer Educators

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The RSVP Peer Educators are students who educate other students on relationship and sexual violence, stalking, and harassment in order to make a difference on campus. Peer Educators are responsible, enthusiastic, dedicated student leaders that help provide workshops, facilitate discussions, and plan campus events related to interpersonal violence and prevention.

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Residence Hall Association Executive Board

Residence Hall Association Executive Board

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The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is the second-largest student organization on campus and is the coordinating organization for the various residence hall governing bodies across campus.

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Resident Assistant

Resident Assistant

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The Resident Assistant (RA) lives and works with a group of 30 to 75 students in one of nine residential communities at UGA. The primary purpose of the position is to promote community development, assist in crisis management situations, and enforce university and departmental policies.

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Student Health Advisory Committee

Student Health Advisory Committee

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The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) is composed of students from various academic backgrounds who represent their peers to make policy recommendations for the University Health Center.

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Tate Leadership Scholars

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The Tate Leadership Scholars program seeks to actualize the potential of student organization leaders at the University of Georgia in the promotion of individual, group, and community leadership development.

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Transfer Student Experience Peer Mentors

Transfer Student Experience Peer Mentors

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The Transfer Student Experience (TSE) Peer Mentor Program is a peer mentorship program that connects incoming transfer students with previously transferred students.

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UGA Miracle Executive Board

UGA Miracle Executive Board

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Students involved with the UGA Miracle Executive Board take ownership and responsibility for building teams, creating marketing and social media campaigns, planning events and fundraising pushes, facilitating meetings, and speaking in front of diverse and large crowds, all while building their leadership capacity and relationship-building and collaboration skills.

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UGA Miracle Executive Council

UGA Miracle Executive Council

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UGA Miracle raises money and awareness for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA), our local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. The money raised directly funds the Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit (CIRU) as well as the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center. Comprised of and run by students, we are the largest entirely student-run organization at the University of Georgia (approximately 2,900 members), and one of the largest in the Southeast.

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University Union Board of Directors Training

University Union Board of Directors Training

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The University Union Board of Directors serves as the leadership team for the student programming board for the University of Georgia, offering events that provide students with safe, alternative programming and a chance to build both community and a greater sense of belonging on campus.

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World Leaders

World Leaders

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World Leaders assist the Department of International Student Life in the implementation of International Student Orientation. This position provides a unique opportunity to have a positive impact on newly admitted international students while also developing leadership, communication, and teamwork skills.

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University Judiciary

University Judiciary

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The University Judiciary is the student-run organization charged with promoting a climate of integrity at the University of Georgia by conducting formal hearings for students alleged to have violated conduct regulations. By participating in University Judiciary, students will gain valuable critical thinking skills, ethical decision-making skills, and demonstrate leadership on campus by promoting social responsibility.

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University Judiciary Executive Council

University Judiciary Executive Council

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University Judiciary Executive Council is a seven-member board of the organization’s leaders. These leaders are chosen through an interview and selection process involving University Judiciary members and the Office of Student Conduct staff members. The seven unique positions administer and support the operations and mission of the organization.

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