Welcome to the LEAD Center!
The LEAD Center aims to provide UC Berkeley students with all of the tools they need to grow as leaders and pursue what interests them. We advise student organizations, student government, CalGreeks and CalDebate, and provide leadership development opportunities to all students.
Student Organizations: Signatory and Agent Training Information
If you are a student interested in being an RSO Signatory for a group, the LEAD Center is offering a series of orientations open to all. Attending one of these orientation is a requirement for ASUC Sponsored groups to complete the ASUC Sponsored Group 2013-14 registration.
The orientations are divided into two 45 minute segments:
- The first 45 minutes are devoted to going over the information and resources necessary for Signatories to effectively manage their organizations
- The second 45 minutes are devoted to Agent Training for ASUC sponsored groups.
Both segments of the training are required to become a group's 2013-14 ASUC Agent. Students who seek information solely about resources available to Signatories and who are preparing for the Signatory quiz may attend the first 45 minutes.
Friday 11/8 Noon-1:30pm, 114 Hearst Gym, ASUC Senate Lounge
Wednesday 11/13 5pm-6:30pm, 114 Hearst Gym, ASUC Senate Lounge
Friday 11/22 3pm-4:30pm, 114 Hearst Gym, ASUC Senate Lounge
Thursday 12/5 3pm-4:30pm, 114 Hearst Gym, ASUC Senate Lounge
- LogIn with Calnet Authentication at callink.berkeley.edu (first time users will be asked to set up a User Profile)
- Find the date/time you plan to attend through the Events Listing at https://callink.berkeley.edu/Events
There will be more dates/times added as meeting space is identified
Additional important details:
To maintain active status, all Registered Student Organizations must have at least 4 acting members registered with the LEAD Center asSignatories. Signatories are the authorized representatives of the organization that voluntarily assume responsibility for the activities and conduct of the organization. In order to become a signatory, an individual must successfully pass a Signatory quiz about University resources, policies, and procedures that pertain to student groups.
Groups that have ASUC Sponsorship are required to have student representatives attend annual training to become official ASUC Agents. Agents are responsible for managing a group’s ASUC Sponsorship, spaces, and Funding.. The best students to attend this training are those in President and Treasurer roles (they do not need to attend together) but anyone can attend at the group's discretion.
Returning 12-13 ASUC Agents do not need to attend this orientation but must renew their ASUC Agent status by visiting the LEAD Center to sign the 13-14 ASUC Agent Card.
Questions? Contact the LEAD Center Peer Leadership Consultants:
102 Hearst Gym