Found 115 Clubs in "Leadership"

  • Graduate

    Academy of Latter-day Saints Dentists

    The Academy of LDS Dentists is a national organization whose mission is threefold: 1. Professional development and continuing education 2. Service 3. Fellowship among professionals The student chapter at the UCLA School of Dentistry keeps with this mission. As such it is an organization open to all dental students at UCLA regardless of religious preference. Activities are specifically designed to accomplish the threefold mission as well as enrich the dental school experience at UCLA.

    • Signatories: Kody Snow, David Lee, Michael Hoang
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 801-657-7051
    • Email: ldsacademyucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Achievement Scholars Club

    The purpose of the Achievement Scholars Club shall be to create an environment where leadership, growth, and service can be promoted. The primary focus shall be to give back to our surrounding communities through community services, and development of volunteering and leadership roles. The Achievement Scholars Club will also prepare its members through networking opportunities and providing resources for the fostering of an environment where students and faculty can interact.

  • Graduate

    Alliance through Intergroup Dialogue

    A diverse group of students dedicated to expanding the available opportunities to get involved with the Intergroup Relations Program at UCLA through out-of-classroom training, involvement with the development and implementation of projects, and opportunities to network with the IGR network at UCLA and in the community.

    • Signatories: Anna Genislow, Susan Chang, Robert Paul
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 213-248-4122
    • Email: bruindialogue@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate
    • Signatories: Kritika Misra, Alex Bonilla, Kaitlyn Penman
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 559-310-5050
    • Email: axoucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Alpha Delta Chi Sorority

    For the most updated information on UCLAs only Christian sorority, go to our website: adxbruins.weebly.com.You can also check us out on Facebook. Our fall rush takes place during 0 week (its separate from the rest of Panhellenic, even though we are an Associate Panhellenic chapter, and you can definitely work it out to attend both.).Check out the calendar, our website, or Facebook for a full and detailed schedule of our all rush events. Also look for us at the Enormous Activities Fair on Monday. We would love to meet you :) Alpha Delta Chi is a sisterhood in Christ dedicated to encouraging and building up strong women in the Lord. At UCLA, we are women involved in campus ministries and a variety of majors and activities on campus, spreading our wonderful Savior's love and life throughout the university. Daily we strive to excel academically, socially, and most of all spiritually. Life in Alpha Delta Chi offers a closely bonded group of beautiful women at UCLA all seeking common growth in our daily walks with Christ, an amazing college experience, and a support group that makes a difference.

  • Undergraduate
    • Signatories: Kailey Erickson, Maddy Samuel, Erin Standen
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 408-425-3527
    • Email: adpibruins@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority

    Above all else, Alpha Epsilon Phi inspires exemplary women who are: Enriched by sisterhood and unconditional friendships, dedicated to selfless service and inspiring others, and committed to intellectual growth and personal development

    • Signatories: Andrea Lopez, Jennifer Rieg, Theresa Gio
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 8186184125
    • Email: ucla.phi@aephi.org
  • Undergraduate

    Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority

    Alpha Gamma Delta is a women’s fraternity committed to inspiring women to Live With Purpose.

    • Signatories: Olivia Gomez Ochoa, Julianna Corrao, Danielle Pritchard
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 408-455-0307
    • Email: bruins@alphagammadelta.org
  • Graduate

    Alpha Phi Omega - Chi Chapter

    Alpha Phi Omega is a national coeducational service fraternity founded on the cardinal principles of leadership, friendship and service. It provides its members the opportunity to develop leadership skills as they provide service to their campus, to youth and the community, to the nation, and to members of the Fraternity. The basis of the Fraternity’s brotherhood comes from a foundation of shared beliefs, experiences, and an understanding of our fraternal history and goals. Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity has more than 17,000 male and female student members at 366 college campuses nationwide. Its mission is to prepare campus and community leaders through service. Its purpose is to develop leadership, to promote friendship and to provide service to humanity. Founded at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania in 1925, it is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization headquartered in Independence, Missouri. More than 350,000 members have joined Alpha Phi Omega since its founding.

    • Signatories: Jessica Suhardjo, Emily Neai Proeung, Jade Vo
    • Advisor: Carissa Requejo
    • Phone: 909-331-8445
    • Email: president@apo-x.org
  • Undergraduate

    Alpha Phi Sorority

    Alpha Phi International Fraternity is a membership organization dedicated to promoting sisterhood, cultivating leadership, encouraging intellectual curiosity and advocating service. Alpha Phi develops character for a lifetime.

    • Signatories: Shannon Wailes, Lauren Clark, Courtney Mccadden
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 760-716-5280
    • Email: shannon.wailes@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Alumni Scholars Club

    To promote service, leadership and community among all Alumni Scholars.

  • Graduate

    American Association of Women Dentists

    The purpose of the UCLA AAWD Chapter is to be a recognized resource for connecting and enriching the lives of women dental students. AAWD provides a platform for issues pertaining to women in the dental profession. We offer our members a variety of programs and services that benefit the needs of the woman dental student. These include community outreach, speakers of interest to women dentists, discrimination and sexual harassment speakers, networking events, access to national AAWD directory, scholarships and awards. All students and faculty are welcome.

    • Signatories: Hayley Cox, Laura Pashkowsky, Olivia Yue
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 805-452-7752
    • Email: aawducla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    American Medical Women's Association Undergraduate Division

    The group allows a safe, non-competitive forum for pre-health students to network and discuss issues such as medical school pre-requisites, education, and family challenges.We achieve this by promoting service projects that benefit the community, while instilling leadership and awareness, fostering valuable alliances with current medical students and practicing female physicians, offering opportunities to gain insight about women's issues that help aid and commit them to improving women's health, and offering forums that provide the knowledge, insight, and perspective that will further aid women through their progression in health professions.

    • Signatories: Harman Rahal, Sampat Sindhar, Manwinder Kaur
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 559-286-7747
    • Email: amwaud@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    American Society of Civil Engineers

    The American Society of Engineers Student Chapter at UCLA (ASCE-UCLA) is a student run club primarily interested in developing the young engineer with an emphasis in civil engineering. The organization competes in five major design projects and programs a wide variety of events including career fairs, professional development workshops, speakers, mentorship opportunities, field trips, intramurals, and social functions. UCLA-ASCE consists of student members with a wide variety of backgrounds and academic levels, and often students from outside the major even join the group to take advantage of the many opportunities that ASCE membership can provide. The underlying goal of the student chapter's leadership team is to foster an environment that not only promotes engineering skill and professional development, but also helps to build the foundation for strong and enduring friendships for years to come. Since being chartered in 1959, UCLA's ASCE Student Chapter has grown into an active student-run organization that strives to promote the professional development of civil engineering students through curriculum-enriching activities.

  • Graduate

    American Student Dental Association (ASDA) at UCLA

    The American Student Dental Association is a national student-run organization which protects and advances the rights, interests and welfare of students pursuing careers in dentistry.

    • Signatories: David Lindsey, Alex McMahon, Adrien Hamedi Sangsari
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 562-810-5680
    • Email: asda@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Ananda Meditation Club @ UCLA

    Meditation and breathing techniques (kriyas) from the ancient and authentic vedic tradition taught by an enlightened yogic master, Paramahamsa Nithyananda, that energize the body, purify the mind so that you live an empowered and joyful life.

    • Signatories: Winnie Ocean, Cristina Gonzalez, Donald Roby
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 310-413-8768
    • Email: wocean@anderson.ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Armenian Students' Association at UCLA

    To cultivate a true understanding and appreciation of Armenian history, heritage, and culture through cultural, social, and recreational activities. To establish a network of support systems for Armenian-American students.

    • Signatories: Paytsar Topchyan, Dikran Nalbandian, Mikael Matossian
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 818-912-1565
    • Email: asaucla@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Ascend at University of California, Los Angeles Chapter

    Ascend at UCLA is a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for students to cultivate leadership and networking skills that will help them to connect with various business institutions. In addition, Ascend at UCLA will foster personal growth within the community through events such as mentoring sessions and community service. Ascend at UCLA is supported by Ascend (www.ascendleadership.org). Ascend's mission is to be the premier national, non-profit professional organization dedicated to enabling its members, corporate partners and the community to leverage the leadership and global business potential of Pan-Asians.

    • Signatories: Kristi Su, Abigail Zhao, Justin Lo
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 310-206-8711
    • Email: ascendatucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies Undergraduate Association

    Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies Undergraduate Association (APIUA) serves as the undergraduate association for Asian American Studies majors/ minors and prospective students interested in Asian American Studies at UCLA. We represent these students to the Asian American Studies Department faculty (which gives students a voice), are liaisons to the Asian American Studies Center, and also provide majors, minors, and interested students in the field with resources to aid them in their studies. Examples of resources are, but not limited to, events that showcase what a social science interest can lead to career-wise, scholarships and fellowships, grants and academic prizes, networking within academic scholarship, and participating while encouraging for student leadership on campus.

    • Signatories: Nicole Ngaosi, Linda Ton, Jeffrey Kho
    • Advisor: Melissa Veluz-Abraham
    • Phone: (714) 209-5954
    • Email: ucla.apiua@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Beta Theta Pi Fraternity

    This Chapter is formed for the purpose of the promotion of the intellectual, moral and social welfare of its members. It recognizes the obligation of mutual assistance in the honorable labors and aspirations of life, the devotion to the cultivation of the intellect, the necessity of complete confidence in ones fellow comrades and the importance of developing ones social character to prosper in a cultural society. Such purpose is an extension of Beta Theta Pi (hereinafter called General Fraternity), which is similar in addition to such purpose.

  • Undergraduate
    • Signatories: Chidera Izuchukwu, Ayana Robinson, Delroy Sargeant
    • Advisor: Carissa Requejo
    • Phone: 424-262-2083
    • Email: bbtucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Bruin Alliance

    Bruin Alliance is an all-inclusive organization of UCLA students that strives to embrace Bruins of all backgrounds and ideologies. Founded on the True Bruin Values of Integrity, Excellence, Accountability, Respect, and Service, Bruin Alliance empowers other students and student organizations to accomplish their goals, especially those pertaining to student government. We serve as the bridge between USAC and students, working to increase the relevancy of USAC by making it more accessible, transparent, and accountable. To assist us in the advancement of our mission to improve UCLA, we run candidates in the annual USAC elections.

    • Signatories: Brian Hertz, Sherina Guimmond, Anais Engel
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 818 288 8043
    • Email: bruinalliance@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Bruin Battalion Student Group

    The program seeks to build on the existing relationship between ROTC and the University of California, Los Angeles. There are three main goals of the Bruin Battalion Student Group. Our first commitment is to recognize the sacrifices made by servicemen and women who graduated from UCLA. We plan to achieve the former goal by working with the Bruin Battalion. Secondly, we seek to build the morale of students in the Army ROTC program. We plan to achieve this goal by participating in events that reflect the teamwork and leadership fostered by the Army ROTC program. Lastly, it is our goal to contribute to a positive relationship between the UCLA student body and the ROTC program. We plan to work with student organizations and student government in a supportive manner.

    • Signatories: Jeffery Wilson, Joseph Roberts, Michael Gutierrez
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 530-414-3217
    • Email: mgutierrez218@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Bruin Belles Service Association

    Established in 1946, Bruin Belles Service Association is a registered non-profit philanthropic organization at UCLA dedicated to community and university service and the promotion of women's leadership. Bruin Belles Service Association is a non-partisan, non-religious organization.

  • Undergraduate

    Bruin Guardian Scholars Program

    To offer academic preparation, fellowship and outreach for current and former foster youth.

  • Undergraduate

    Bruin Mentors

    Bruin Mentors is a student organization devoted to helping UCLA Students have a great college experience. For everything from choosing a major to understanding yourself to finding your passion, we specialize in helping students find themselves and love life.

    • Signatories: Thang Do, James Liu, Tyler Kawabata
    • Advisor: Jake Gildea
    • Phone: 714-548-2625
    • Email: ptdo@g.ucla.edu
  • Graduate

    Bruin Toastmasters

    Toastmasters International Is The Leading Movement Devoted To Making Effective Oral Communication A Worldwide Reality. Through Its Member Clubs, Toastmasters International Helps Men And Women Learn The Arts Of Speaking, Listening And Thinking -Vital Skills That Promote Self-Actualization, Enhance Leadership, Foster Human Understanding, And Contribute To The Betterment Of Mankind. It Is Basic To This Mission That Toastmasters International Continually Expand Its Worldwide Network Of Clubs, Thereby Offering Ever-Greater Numbers Of People The Opportunity To Develop Their Confidence In Public Speaking And Leadership Roles.

    • Signatories: Vivek Manickam, Pranav Mutatkar, Ismael Ramirez
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 925-389-9274
    • Email: bruintoastmaster@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Bruins for Ronald McDonald House Charities

    BRMHC is a UCLA based philanthropic organization partnered with the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House. Founded on service, leadership, and fundraising, our mission is to raise awareness for pediatric cancer. Through service, we are a constant source of support by offering our time and building relationships with the children and families at the Ronald McDonald House. Through organized fundraisers and donation drives, we provide necessary supplies to maintain and help enhance life within the House. And through our Young Adults Professionals Program, our members are given the opportunity to network with adult professionals obtaining valuable leadership skills and guidance in becoming the next generation of professionals and philanthropists. Above all, BRMHC strives to be an example of hope and a testament to the belief that: "We must be the change we wish to see in the world."

    • Signatories: Camille Pinpin, Siena Shumway, Lauren Rogers
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 818-456-6161
    • Email: pinpincamille@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Built Environment and Public Health Council, The

    Purpose of this student group is to provide a place for conversation at UCLA around the built environment and public health, to advocate on behalf of students and organizations dedicated to the subject, and to increase the visibility of the research being done on public health and the built environment

    • Signatories: Linda Khamoushian, Tyler Watson, Evelyn Ferriera
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 714-865-8595
    • Email: linda.khamoushian@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    CARE Speak Out & Support Coalition at the University of California, Los Angeles, The

    The CARE SOS Coalition is a student run, peer advocacy group that seeks to promote awareness, understanding and prevention of gender-based violence in the UCLA and Greater Los Angeles community. We strive to unify and promote collaboration between all UCLA students and student groups (Undergraduate and Graduate) that want to be apart of this mission and who want to make a commitment to being an active bystander. We promote a supportive environment for survirors of gender-based violence and their family/friends. We serve as a liason between the UCLA student body, UCLA faculty members, and organizations in the Los Angeles community regarding gender-based violence. Members of the CARE SOS Coalition undergo the Campus Assault Resources & Education (CARE) Certificate Training through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) where they learn how to support and respond to students who have been victimized in areas such as sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. Students also learn about the legal and medical processes for survivors, bystander intervention techniques, self-defense strategies, and campus and community resources available. CARE SOS Coalition members have the opportunity to create, facilitate and co-facilitate presentations, trainings, workshops, events, and awareness/prevention campaigns on/off campus with/for groups such as Active Minds, USAC, SWC, the Clothesline Project, LGBT Center, ORL, UCPD, Student Legal Services and CARE/CAPS faculty members as well in various community settings.

    • Signatories: Carly Yoshida, Solara McCoy, Rebekah Livermore
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 559-696-9287
    • Email: caresoscoalition@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Association

    The goal of the CBGSA is to represent and promote the interests of graduate students in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at UCLA by acting as a voice for the graduate student population. We aim to better the Department, the University, and the community through leadership and service. Furthermore, we aim to bring graduate students together for social and service activities, encourage student participation in outreach programs, and provide students opportunities to explore postgraduate opportunities. Overall, we will work to facilitate interaction between students, faculty, and staff, for the betterment of the department, by increasing graduate student involvement.

    • Signatories: Shane Stone, Diana Yugay, Ben Lesel
    • Advisor: Orlando Luna
    • Phone: 310-825-4142
    • Email: chemgrad@chem.ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Chi Alpha Delta Sorority

    To promote sisterhood, service, and scholarship among collegiate women.

  • Undergraduate

    Chi Omega Sorority

    Chi Omega is a sisterhood that provides a network of friends and lifelong development for collegiate and alumnae members. Chi Omega is committed to personal integrity, excellence in academic and intellectual pursuits, intergenerational participation, community service, leadership opportunities, and social enrichment.

  • Undergraduate

    Circle K

    To provide meaningful service projects to the UCLA community, to give opportunities for leadership development, and to promote fellowship among our members.

    • Signatories: Leonna Luc, Prescilla Arellano, Ernesto Bustinza
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 162-632-2827
    • Email: uclackipresident@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Conning Tower

    To develop midshipmen mentally, morally, and physically and to imbue them with the highest ideals of duty and loyalty, and with the core values of honor, courage, and commitment in order to commission college graduates as officers who possess a basic professional background, are motivated toward careers in the Naval Service, and have a potential for future development in mind and character so as to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government.

    • Signatories: Michael Benner, Janice Mallery, Maxwell Kampton
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 310-825-9075
    • Email: donna@navy.ucla.edu
  • Graduate

    Critical Thinking Club at UCLA

    We will discuss how to make cogent arguments, that is, how to justify your conclusion or assess others' conclusions by examning the premises and the reasoning that connects the conclusion and the premises. We will look at deductive reasoning, inductive reasoning, conductive reasoning, analogical reasoning, and abductive reasoning. We will cover how these reasoning methods can be used in assessing business problems and problems in everyday life. We might also practice riddles in game theory and case studies. Members will also help each other improve significantly on the critical reasoning section on GMAT. Let's Philosophize!!!!

    • Signatories: Sheng Zhang, Chutian Chen, Shuo Zhang
    • Advisor: Elaine Tamargo
    • Phone: 310-962-9169
    • Email: shengzhang0830@hotmail.com
  • Graduate

    Debate Club at UCLA

    The purpose of this organization shall be to induce the following: 1. To promote active discussion and debate 2. To train students in varied debating styles and hone public speaking skills 3. To create a healthy and open atmosphere where diverse opinions can be expressed 4. To cooperate with the University administration in the maintenance of high standards.

    • Signatories: Kartik Mangipudi, Sai Revanuru, Radhika Kumar
    • Advisor: Jake Gildea
    • Phone: 630-640-4663
    • Email: debateucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Delta Gamma Sorority

    Delta Gamma offers to women of all ages a rich heritage based on principles of personal integrity, personal responsibility and intellectual honesty. Its primary purpose is to foster high ideals of friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, create a true sense of social responsibility, and develop the finest qualities of character.

    • Signatories: Elise Valentini, Abby Freemier, Caitlin Fromknecht
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 310-208-3638
    • Email: ucladgcomm@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity

    For more than a century, Delta Sigma Phi has helped young men become better leaders and better citizens. Brotherhood is a lifetime commitment to living our core values: Culture, Harmony, and Friendship. Our intention is not merely to develop a strong fraternity, but in addition, to challenge our members to make a difference in their communities and their world.

    • Signatories: Joseph Fromm, Youngjun Park, Samuel Dupas
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 858-776-6135
    • Email: josephbfromm@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity

    Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

    • Signatories: Michael Wei, Ryan Joo, Richard Donahue
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 949-290-2334
    • Email: deltasigmapi@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Delta Tau Delta Fraternity

    The Mission and Values of the Fraternity are a public representation of our core values contained within our Ritual. Our mission is simple but straightforward, "Committed to Lives of Excellence." Our members should be committed to living lives that reflect themselves, the Fraternity and every part of their being to a level of excellence. We as a Fraternity are dedicated to helping men achieve this level of excellence in their own lives.

    • Signatories: Wesley Bosse, Alex Roberts, Ben Sanchez
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 805-501-3334
    • Email: bruindelts@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Eagle Wing Club

    The Eagle Wing Club is the support organization for the Aerospace Studies Department at UCLA. It promotes the mission of Aerospace Studies and student leadership.

    • Signatories: Lara Richmond, Carlo Viray, Andrew Strege
    • Advisor: Jake Gildea
    • Phone: 310-825-1742
    • Email: wingcc.055@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Engineering Ambassador Program

    The Engineering Ambassador Program aims to showcase the quality of our undergraduate engineering experience through the strength of our academic programs, the richness of student life, and access to facilities and student resources. We mainly interact with prospective high school students and alumni of the Engineering School.

    • Signatories: Elizabeth Alexander, Isabelle Mieling, Hooman Barekatain
    • Advisor: Orlando Luna
    • Phone: 858-335-2585
    • Email: seas.amb.ucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Fitness Improvement Training Through Exercise and Diet

    Fitness Improvement Training Through Exercise & Diet [FITTED] will provide free physical fitness training to improve overall wellness for all underrepresented student leaders on the UCLA campus. Having a fitness component in the CPO partnered with Bruin Resource Center, ASHE Student Health and Wellness Center, and Recreation and Cultural Affairs, will allow for an opportunity to: enhance health; provide a resource to alleviate stress; and share information to initiate growth in the community.

    • Signatories: Monica Martinez, Aileen Torres, Saul Garcia
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 562-293-8139
    • Email: thinkfitted@cpo.ucla.edu
  • Graduate

    GAMMA Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol

    GAMMA is a university and community based network focusing on comprehensive health and safety initiatives. It is the mission of this non-profit organization to actively promote student and young adult based, campus and community-wide leadership on healthy and safe lifestyle decisions concerning alcohol abuse, tobacco use, illegal drug use, unhealthy sexual practices and other high-risk behaviors.

    • Signatories: Matt Long, Malinda Steeb, Hadley Johnsonbaugh
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 310-825-6322
    • Email: bruingamma@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Gamma Phi Beta Sorority

    Our Mission: Women! To foster a nurturing environment that provides women the opportunity to achieve their potential through life-long commitment to intellectual growth, individual worth and service to humanity.

    • Signatories: Katie Whan, Alexis Alejandre, Karolina Dudek
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 707-365-6928
    • Email: katieawhan@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Gamma Sigma Alpha Greek Honor Society

    The society strives to uphold the high ideals of scholastic achievement, and therefore, only students with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or above (on a 4.0 scale) at the start of their 3rd year or a grade point average of 3.5 or higher in any quarter during their 3rd or 4th year are eligible.

    • Signatories: Claire Hutar, Ben Kurzrock, Emma DiFililippo
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 310-825-6322
    • Email: chutar@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Global Leadership Connection at UCLA

    The Global Leadership Connection at UCLA brings together high school teenagers from various schools in the city, ranging in diversity, in order to develop strong leadership skills and cultivate confidence and character within young individuals. The program consists of a three day conference where participants must submit a written application with essay questions, share in a personal interview, and participate in an interactive leadership program where students attend seminars about leadership, the college experience, and character building. A GLC Male and Female "Youth Leader of the Year" will be selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship to a college of their choice. 2-4 students will receive a $500 scholarship, and 10 students will receive $100 scholarships. Each participating student will be recognized and will receive a certificate. The top 4-6 students will participate in an all expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C. to attend the Global Leadership Experience.

    • Signatories: Tammy Rubin, Darren Ramalho, Heena Doshi
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 858-344-5283
    • Email: glc.ucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Golden Key International Honour Society

    Vision: Golden Key is the world's premier honor society. We recognize academic excellence and provide tangible value to our student members, advisors, recent alumni, and partners while positively impacting their lives and society. Mission: To enable members to realize their potential. Values: Integrity, collaboration, innovation, respect, diversity, excellence, and engagement.

    • Signatories: Adam Lee, Rashi Singh, Shane Patel
    • Advisor: Carissa Requejo
    • Phone: 310-825-3871
    • Email: goldenkeybruins@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Greek InterVarsity

    Greek InterVarsity is an organization that aims to open up spaces in the Fraternities and Sororities to talk about faith. We want to answer the question: is it possible to be Greek and be Christian? We want to see students transformed, the Greek system renewed and world changers developed through the Gospel and the love of Christ.

    • Signatories: Nico Gervasoni, Evan Lee, Cassi McDiarmid
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 925-819-1384
    • Email: nwkwok@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Happy Feet Clinic

    How to help L.A.’s homeless? One foot at a time. Without homes or any mode of transportation, hundreds of homeless people walk an average of 13 miles a day. Some walk for days, weeks, or months without having access to basic necessities such as clean water or properly fitted shoes. Many even refuse to air out their feet, conducive of many foot problems, afraid that their shoes might get stolen. As we, Happy Feet Clinic, provide those basic necessities and more, we are blessed with a powerfully humbling experience. At shelters around Los Angeles, including the Union Rescue Mission in downtown L.A., the Ocean Park Community Center in Santa Monica, the New Image Emergency Shelter in South LA, and PATH in Westwood, we treat hundreds of homeless people to a soothing foot wash in a tub of warm, soapy water. Next, we work side by side with podiatrists as they administer foot exams for the homeless community. Throughout the process, we interact with a variety of people in need of help and most importantly become aware of the large prominence of under-served communities and their critical need for assistance. For many students, it is hard to grasp how prominent this population is in a thriving country as America. At first, students squirm at the thought of washing feet (especially those that may need much more care than our own). As soon as the event comes to an end however, many are instilled with the feeling to return again and again. The power to help someone who has lost family, work, and shelter and put a smile on their face is an amazing feeling. This is what makes our organization unique. Any student with an interest in reaching out to under-served communities is invited to join.

    • Signatories: Natalie McAuliffe, Heather Patel, Vida Velasco
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 530-209-5255
    • Email: happyfeetclinic@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Hermanos Unidos at UCLA

    To promote the growth of Latino/Chicano males via adherence to our pillars of academic excellence, community service and social interaction and as well as our philosophy of El Nuevo Hombre.

    • Signatories: Jonathan Quinonez, Diego De La Peza, Carlos Flores
    • Advisor: Orlando Luna
    • Phone: 323-898-6808
    • Email: hermanosunidosucla@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF)

    The HSF Scholar Chapter exists to provide a community and promote academic success and professional preparation among college students, while encouraging them to serve as role models and leaders in their communities. At UCLA, the Scholar Chapter exists as an organization dedicated to helping students in three main areas: 1. Social and academic success: By holding workshops and social events, we will give students an opportunity to develop skills that will help them be successful college students. 2. Community leadership and service: As an organization, we will help the Latino community expand their goals and achieve them. We will reach out to our local community high, middle, and elementary schools to instill a desire to achieve high academic success by sharing our stories and presenting the idea the higher education is attainable for all. 3. Professional Development: As an organization we will help our members prepare for post graduation success. We will promote internships and other opportunities for professional development. Through our relationship with the Princeton Review, we will encourage graduate school and professional degrees. Through events such as our Career Mixer we will provide opportunities for networking with professionals.

    • Signatories: Gabriel Mendoza, Mariela Magana, Luisa Bravo
    • Advisor: Carissa Requejo
    • Phone: 562-221-3400
    • Email: hsf.ucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Hui O 'Imiloa (Hawaii Club at UCLA)

    1) To perpetuate and share with the UCLA community the "Hawaii experience", including the common history, culture,and ethnic variations that all racial groups in Hawaii share. 2)To sponsor social and cultural activities on and off campus 3) To provide a medium to promote social interaction among those who share a common interest in Hawaiian and Polynesian culture.

    • Signatories: Brandi Woo, Caley Moffatt, Monica Reyes
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 626-372-7273
    • Email: hawaii@ucla.edu
  • Graduate

    IDEAL Leaders Association, The

    The IDEAL Leaders Association is an organization where people from all backgrounds and all fields come share and gain leadership knowledge and experience. The mission of the IDEAL Leaders Association is to develop ethical and constructive leaders for the future. IDEAL is an acronym that represents “inspire to think, dedicate to self-improvement, embrace experiences, accept others, and lead together”. We dedicate ourselves to inspiring, developing, and applying leadership and service, specifically through the strengthening of public speaking, critical thinking, and group collaborative skills. These three skills are essential not only in any field of education, but also in everyday life. To accomplish this end, we host weekly general meetings in which students have the opportunity to practice their public speaking abilities with formal and informal speeches in front of an audience, engage in critical thinking with our inter-member debate and discussion programs: the Socratic Program and The Forum, and lead together with their peers in organizing events and projects. Our events and projects have included the annual campus-wide Bruin Speech Contest, fundraisers, guest speaker workshops, leadership retreats and socials. The IDEAL Leaders Association also offers members the opportunity to join a separate program called IFam, or the IDEAL Family Program. Through this program, members are placed in smaller, interactives group that are specifically tailored to improve their public speaking, critical thinking, and group collaborative skills on a more personal level. Not only does this program allow members extra time for them to enhance their abilities, but also creates an environment that fosters deeper connections between group members and strong friendships that last a lifetime.

    • Signatories: Christine Nguyen, Jason Zhang, Zirui Zheng
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 626-243-3070
    • Email: idealleaders@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Impact LA

    ImpactLA is an after-school mentorship program that serves the students of George Washington Carver Middle School. We focus on leadership, writing, and the arts. Writing is an immensely necessary skill that will fuel the students for pursuing higher education. We plan to also expose students to a variety of creative outlets such as dance, music, and theater to allow for self-exploration and expression. In addition, we will be conducting team-building and leadership development activities in order to foster the students’ growth as future team-oriented leaders. By giving the students individualized attention and fostering a close-knit community, we hope to inspire students of George Washington Carver Middle School to create future goals and motivate them to achieve their goals. In this way, we hope to decrease the LAUSD dropout rates, increase the rates of students in higher education, and more abstractly, allow students to pursue their dreams.

    • Signatories: Edwin Eshaghzadeh, Ariel Karwat, Alex Nourian
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 714-717-1159
    • Email: uclaimpactla@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Interfraternity Council

    The INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL (IFC) is the governing body of the nationally recognized fraternity chapters at the University of California, Los Angeles. The IFC oversees 21 social fraternities and over 2000 UCLA Students. IFC works to provide programming and leadership opportunities within the Greek community, within the Bruin community, and within the greater Los Angeles area. The IFC provides chapters a chance to build relationships with each other, unite on issues concerning the Council, and provides an opportunity for student chapter members to excel both inside and outside the classroom.

    • Signatories: Mike Calvanico, Chase Skillin, Kevin Barlow
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 310-825-6322
    • Email: mcalvanico14@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Intergroup Relations Program

    The mission of IGR is to equip students, faculty and staff with the awareness, skills, knowledge, and commitment to active participation in a diverse and ever-changing global society.

    • Signatories: Tiffani Garnett, Minh Tran, Susila Gurusami
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 310-825-7164
    • Email: tgarnett@saonet.ucla.edu
  • Graduate

    iVolunteer (formerly Volunteer China)

    iVolunteer (Volunteer China) is a student organization that organizes international volunteer trips over summer or other breaks. The goal is to develop students' leadership skills through collaborative volunteer projects and cultural exchange experiences. The organization is looking forward to volunteering more locally and abroad to continue to help more people.

  • Graduate

    Jewish Law Students Assn.

    The Jewish Law Students Association provides Jewish educational, professional, cultural, social, and spiritual programs and resources for the students and community of UCLA Law School, with the goal of creating an awareness of and fostering Jewish life and community at the Law School.

    • Signatories: Simond Lavian, Ari Haber, Dana Zokaeim
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 510-610-8884
    • Email: jlsaucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Jewish Students' Union

    An umbrella group for all Jewish organizations on campus. Discuss campus news and organize events for the student body.

    • Signatories: Amanda Sass, Arthur Wolf, Jacob Finn
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 818-726-3306
    • Email: amanda18@g.ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority

    Our purpose is to support members to learn, grow, and excel, and our core values are personal excellence, friendship/ sisterhood, scholarship, service, and leadership.

    • Signatories: Mackenzie Long, Amanda Guzikowski, Alexa Tattersall
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 916-524-3197
    • Email: uclakappaalphatheta@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Kappa Delta Sorority

    Kappa Delta Sorority is comprised of 133 active collegiate chapters and 504 alumnae chapters nationwide with over 200,000 initiated members. Our membership is structured around five key areas: quality recruitment, leadership development, social success, academic success and philanthrophy. The women of KD live by the motto: "Let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest."

    • Signatories: Bailey Headrick, Claire Hutar, Danielle Zola
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 805-459-2074
    • Email: kd.president.ucla@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Kappa Kappa Psi

    Mission Statement Kappa Kappa Psi is a fraternal organization that promotes the advancement of college and university bands through dedicated service and support to bands; comprehensive education; leadership opportunities; and recognition; for the benefit of its members and society. Vision With a dedicated spirit of unity and cooperation, we are unequivocally committed to become the world standard of excellence for band fraternal organizations.

  • Undergraduate

    Kappa Sigma

    Kappa Sigma is focused upon the Four Pillars of Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship and Service. As a values-based men’s fraternity, Kappa Sigma strictly forbids hazing and fosters meaningful college experiences by offering progressive membership development and pledge education.

    • Signatories: Jeffrey Kwok, Jose Arias, Charles Aramayo
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 562-668-0470
    • Email: jeffrey.u.kwok@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Korean Job Search

    Student organization for job search.

    • Signatories: Jae Sang Lee, YoonShik Kim, Sophia Kim
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 714-356-1862
    • Email: kojobsclubs@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association at UCLA

    KSEA, short for Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association, is established in 1971 as a non-profit professional organization. It has now grown to over 4500 registered active undergraduate, graduate, professional, and industry members with 70 local chapters and 14 technical groups across the United States. BruinKSEA, short for KSEA at UCLA, is established 2009 as part of Southern California YG(Undergraduate) chapters. It has now grown to over 180 registered members. We welcome undergraduates, graduates, and researchers of UCLA within scientific and engineering field. Networking with other KSEA YG Chapters within Southern California (Harvey Mudd College, USC, CalTech, UCSD, UCI, and CSULB) Development of leadership through activities and volunteering as a representative of BruinKSEA. Participation in national conferences such as YGTLC, UKC or regional conferences such as SWRC. (Click on Conferences for more details) Life time experiences and memorable networking within UCLA.

    • Signatories: Seung Won Yoon, Yoojung Choi, Jinhee Lim
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 949-439-4056
    • Email: bruinksea@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity

    "The objective of Lambda Chi Alpha is the establishment of a brotherhood for the cultivation of good will among men, the fostering of the highest ideal of patriotism, the acquirement of sound learning, and the observance to the laws of god." This direct quote from our associate member ceremony is a good summary of what most, if not all, brothers would consider our mission statement to be. The brothers and associates of Lambda Chi Alpha understands the difficulty of our unique situation. Re-colonization is not a easy or joking matter. However, the brothers here combat the stress with greater enthusiasm and passion. We believe every word of our creed, "We have faith in Lambda Chi Alpha, and passion for its welfare." This passion, led by strong leadership, will make its name on campus. And in doing so, Lambda Chi Alpha will attract the men of UCLA who believes that fraternity is for brotherhood, not reckless partying as stereotypically assumed.

    • Signatories: Mike Witous, Nathaniel ONeil, Ryan Baker
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 858-882-7737
    • Email: high.alpha.lxa@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Latina/o Transfer Empowerment

    The purpose of the Latina/o Transfer Empowerment is to provide a space for Latinas/os transfer students to come together as a collective and advocate for the needs of this specific community. Latinas/os come from unique cultures and communities, and this organization works to continue the comfort of belong to a community for transfer students, avoiding the feeling of loneliness that often comes from entering a new educational environment. We are here to extend our resources to other Latinas/os to make sure they succeed here at UCLA.

    • Signatories: Jennifer Alvarez, Olivia Ramos, Carlos Castellon
    • Advisor: Orlando Luna
    • Phone: 562-456-6793
    • Email: lteucla.est14@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    LeaderShape at UCLA

    The primary purpose of LeaderShape at UCLA is to connect the LeaderShape experience to the UCLA experience. To further the vision and development of a generation of individuals who, with integrity and a healthy disregard for the impossible, will work towards a just, caring, and thriving world, especially at UCLA.

    • Signatories: William Wong, Marc Montano, Eui Hyuck Kim
    • Advisor: Jake Gildea
    • Phone: (213) 293 - 6988
    • Email: billwilliamucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Leadership and Educational Advancement Program

    LEAP aims to empower the students of both Emerson Middle School and UCLA with self-confidence and appreciation, and the leadership skills necessary to become proactive leaders of their community, by providing them a safe and open educational environment where they unify each others personal strengths to a make a difference in their community.

    • Signatories: Gabriel Gutierrez, Dulce Diaz, Rocio Trujillo
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 310-825-5969
    • Email: ucla.leap@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Lean In at UCLA

    With Lean In UCLA, we are hoping to develop a community of equality and acceptance , driven by both men and women who dream big, work hard, and have the capability to reach great new heights. Together we have the possibility to make change. Together, we can create a more equal world.

    • Signatories: Melanie Goldfiner, Sarah Mathison, Fabienne Roth
    • Advisor: Elaine Tamargo
    • Phone: 818-730-1702
    • Email: leaninucla@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    LinkCrew of the Chinese Students at UCLA

    Mission Statement The main objective of the LinkCrew of the Chinese Students at UCLA is to provide guidance to newly admitted Chinese international students, present the culture of UCLA to prospective students, and connect generations of Bruins together. Why Did We Found This Organization When we were freshmen at UCLA, we received assistance from many UCLA upperclassmen that were also from China. We founded this organization because we wanted to take action and formed a team to help the newly accepted Bruins in the future. The population of the newly admitted Chinese international students at UCLA is large. Before we come to UCLA and throughout our first year at UCLA, we often met problems that only people who have similar experiences could help. Now that we have gained some experience, we are able to assist the future newly admitted students from China. How Do We Achieve Our Mission LinkCrew plans to achieve its mission by creating a community of newly admitted students and their parents. LinkCrew maintains a mailing list of more than two-hundred General Members of class 2017 and their parents. During summer 2013, LinkCrew responded to more than a thousand questions about study, work, and after-school life in UCLA through email and social media. Our weekly newsletter offers information about both on-campus and off-campus events, including Career Fairs, Sports games, Columns for personal experiences of new restaurants & road-trips, and more. LinkCrew also operates social networks that present the Bruin culture through posts, posters, and photo gallery. We cooperate with CSSA and other on-campus and off-campus student groups and organize welcoming events that invite all Chinese International students to participate and make new friends. In general, LinkCrew creates opportunities for freshmen students to get involved in the community and solve their problems about life at UCLA. Examples of Activities • Answer questions and give personal advice through e-mail or one-on-one online counselling sessions • Compose week digest to all general members • Maintain social networks • Mentorship program • Organize welcoming events Short-term Goals 1. Attract newly admitted students to join the social network 2. Form a team of volunteers that answers the questions from the prospective students and their parents 3. Compose posters and advertisements to increase the popularity of Link Crew 4. Establish a research group that investigates the news and upcoming events on UCLA campus 5. Co-operate with other student organizations (Eg. CSSA, TAU, ACA) to organize welcoming events 6. Outreach to the prospective students and provide one-on-one online counselling services Long-term Goals 1. Educate team members and promote leadership 2. Attract newly admitted students to join LinkCrew and help the future generations of students 3. Bond freshmen with upperclassmen and alumni and unite every bruin into a community 4. Outreach to Chinese students who are interested in studying aboard in UCLA and share our personal experience with them 5. Establish chapters in other schools and create a nation-wide non-profit organization

    • Signatories: Zigeng Liu, Qiuyang Dai, Zemin Yu
    • Advisor: Melissa Veluz-Abraham
    • Phone: (310)804-3619
    • Email: linkcrewucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Mentorship Program at UCLA

    Mentorship Program at UCLA is a unique year-long, one-on-one mentoring program that pairs UCLA students with youth aged 7-17. The majority of our youth live in government-subsidized apartment complexes in the North Hollywood area. Mentorship aims to support the personal development of both the mentors and mentees through the pairs' relationship. Mentors roles are to help support and empower their mentee to further discover and pursue their passions, gain a greater understanding of the world around them, and pursue higher education.

    • Signatories: Teresa Pilon, Jackson Foshay, Marlen Huante
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 530-574-5969
    • Email: mentorshipucla@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Model United Nations

    To provide a forum for UCLA students and high school students to become acquainted with the roles of the United Nations and non-governmental organizations through speech and debate of international issues.

    • Signatories: Mark Warwick, Justin Sherrill, Freza Paro
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 310-651-0580
    • Email: modelun@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    National Organization of Republican Armenians - Young Republicans

    NORAY-YR seeks to provide opportunities for those between 18 and 25 years of age looking to find political expression and recognition with like minded positive young Armenian Americans. NORA-YR will assist those who want to become more involved in local, state, and national politics. NORA-YR will support Republican political candidates and causes, will advocate for Armenian American issues within the Republican community, and will encourage support for Republican positions and candidates within the Armenian American community. NORA-YR also seeks to promote Republican Armenian American candidates and elected officials.

    • Signatories: Mihran Yezbekyan, Ani Gurdogluyan, Mariam Hovhannisyan
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 818-437-0856
    • Email: uclanorayr@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Officers' Christian Fellowship ROTC Biblestudy

    Officers' Christian Fellowship is a nationwide organization that supports service members of the Armed forces. This OCF ROTC Small Group is for ROTC students at UCLA who are committed to growing spiritually and as future leaders.

    • Signatories: Ian Conte, Lisa Jiang, Soomin Jung
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 515-473-4013
    • Email: conte.ian@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Olive Tree Initiative at UCLA, The

    The Olive Tree Initiative’s goal is to promote educated dialogue on campus through empirical and experiential learning. A diverse cohort of students from Jewish, Muslim, Christian, and non-religious backgrounds with different perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are recruited and eliglible to apply to be part of The Olive Tree Initiative at UCLA. Students will cooperatively fundraise for an experiential educational trip and decide together on a balanced itinerary, spending half their time in Israel proper and half their time in the Palestinian territory. Crossing physical and mental borders daily, students will be constantly confronted with diverging impressions, narratives and perspectives. Each night the group will gather together to discuss, reflect and debate on the day’s experiences. The students will return to campus more educated, nuanced and open in their thinking; empowered to catalyze change through education and action. The Olive Tree Initiative brand is answering a thirst for a new type of hands-on education, preparing foreign policy experts for the future. Already, we promise to streamline scholarships to world-renown PhD programs in International Relations and Conflict Resolution, as well as funneling into jobs at the UN and the US Dept. of State. OTI accepts true leaders from all different perspectives and campus organizations to have a truly holistic, life-changing study of regions of conflict.

  • Undergraduate

    Order of Omega Greek Honor Society

    To recognize those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities, to encourage them to continue along this line, and to inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment; To bring together outstanding fraternity men and women to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate fraternity affairs. To bring together members of the faculty, alumni, and student members of the institution's fraternities and sororities on a basis of mutual interest, understanding and helpfulness; To help create an atmosphere where ideas and issues can be discussed openly across Greek lines and to help work out solutions.

    • Signatories: Claire Hutar, Chase Skillin, Ben Kurzrock
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 310-825-6322
    • Email: chutar@ucla.edu
  • Graduate

    Organization for Cultural Diversity in Chemistry, The

    The Organization for Cultural Diversity in Chemistry strives to create a close-knit community among the graduate and undergraduate students in the sciences, with an emphasis in cultural diversity through the underrepresented groups at UCLA. The primary goal of our organization is to engage its members in activities that will help project a positive portrayal of underrepresented groups in the sciences, not only to prospective high school and college students, and the public at large, but also to the academic and scientific community to which we have access. Thanks to the sponsorship of Procter & Gamble, we provide networking opportunities in both academia and industry by inviting well-known scientists, who belong to underrepresented groups, from across the country who are leaders in their fields in all divisions of chemistry and biochemistry. The quarterly Procter & Gamble Lecture is open to the scientific community and provides the setting for scientific and social interactions between students and professors by hosting receptions for all invited speakers.

    • Signatories: Crystal Valdez, Steven Lopez, Nicholas Matsumoto
    • Advisor: Orlando Luna
    • Phone: 661-350-8866
    • Email: cvaldez@chem.ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Outstanding Young Leaders Discovered

    • Signatories: Alexis Cervantes, Jennifer Aguayo, Briani Perez
    • Advisor: Melissa Veluz-Abraham
    • Phone: 323-373-6196
    • Email: cervalex@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Panhellenic Council

    We, as Undergraduate Members of women?s fraternities, Strive for good fellowship, for guarding of good health, for maintenance of fine standards, and for serving, to the best of our ability, our college community. Cooperation for furthering fraternity life, in harmony with its best possibilities, is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities. We, as Fraternity Women, stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to live.

    • Signatories: Helene Cook, Laura Van Voorhis, Lauren Milosky
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 310-825-6332
    • Email: helenecook@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Peer Health Exchange

    Peer Health Exchange's mission is to provide teenagers with the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions. We do this by training undergraduate college students to teach a series of comprehensive health workshops in high schools that lack health education.

    • Signatories: Sally Murad, Hannah Hamley, Jessica Dickely
    • Advisor: Melissa Veluz-Abraham
    • Phone: 510-290-2902
    • Email: ucla@peerhealthexchange.org
  • Undergraduate

    Phi Delta Theta Fraternity

    Phi Delta Theta was organized with three principle objectives: The cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality.

    • Signatories: Nicholas Ryan, Jose Chavez, Alexander Phinney
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 650-315-7941
    • Email: pdt.ucla.pres@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity

    Phi Kappa Psi is a brotherhood of honorable men, courteous and cultured, who pledge throughout their lives to be generous, compassionate, and loyal comrades.

    • Signatories: Chris Estrada, Thomas Mertel, Jimmy Davoren
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 3102089570
    • Email: chris621@ucla.edu
  • Graduate

    Pi Beta Phi Sorority

    A dedication to core values is at the heart of the organization. Pi Beta Phi offers its members the opportunity to be part of an organization whose members care for one another, shelter each other and share the bonds of sisterhood.

    • Signatories: Jacqueline Kuipers, Sophia Angelides, Abby Strout
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 818-523-5351
    • Email: cadelta@pibetaphi.org
  • Undergraduate

    Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity

    Pi Kappa Alpha is dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience.

    • Signatories: Matthew Li, Michael Enomoto, Kyle Wilson
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 205-915-9676
    • Email: matthewbli94@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Political Science Student Organization

    The Political Science Student Organization (PSSO) was founded in order to enhance the student experience at UCLA. By working closely with the Political Science Department, PSSO has a unique and valuable role on campus in ensuring that students in the campus community can get the most out of their experience here at UCLA. We hope to see a lot of you in the coming year.

    • Signatories: Ross Hougham, Rio Barnow, Liz Hernandez
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 916-599-1610
    • Email: psso@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Project 1

    Project 1 purpose is to help the lesbian, gay,bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth, as well as allies, with academics and cultural awareness. We hope to foster leadership skills that would help the students organize around relevant issues as well as develop holistically.

    • Signatories: Zoe Shay, Lenny Nguyen, Yakira Delgadillo
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: (510) 917-0601
    • Email: ucla.project1@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Regents Scholar Society at UCLA

    1) To establish a student organization committed to promoting excellence in scholarship, service, and leadership among Regents Scholars and the UCLA community. 2) To provide resources to Regents Scholars including, but not limited to, support and direction as they transition to campus life; a means by which they can become involved in campus activities and events; opportunities to develop leadership skills; preparation for post-graduate opportunities and careers; and academic resources.

    • Signatories: Keaton Boyle, Joselyn Ho, Jonathan Han
    • Advisor: Carissa Requejo
    • Phone: 424-248-7551
    • Email: rssla@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Rho Lambda Panhellenic Honor Society

    The purpose of the organization is to honor those women within the Greek community who have been outstanding in the display of demonstrated leadership, ability, and loyalty to the Greek community and their sorority.ociety

    • Signatories: Erin Burgos, Helene Cook, Andreya Simoneau
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 817-296-4714
    • Email: terinfic@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Rotaract Club @ UCLA

    Service Above Self - To provide an opportunity for college students to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development,to address the physical and social needs of their communities and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.

    • Signatories: Joan Liang, Angelina Ellyason, Karla Renschler
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 310-592-6396
    • Email: rotaractucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity

    The mission of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is to promote the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, and service for our members based upon the ideals set forth by our Founders and as specifically enunciated in our creed The True Gentleman

    • Signatories: Ty Barbo, Jonathan Halprin, Markus Raimondi
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 408-483-0361
    • Email: tbarbo@me.com
  • Undergraduate

    Sigma Alpha Pi, The National Society of Leadership and Success at UCLA

    Founded in 2001, the Society has over 320 chapters at universities and colleges around the world making an impact in their communities. Mission We build leaders who make a better world. The Society is founded upon the core beliefs that: one can achieve one's dreams with the proper support and dedicated action, and that we accomplish more together than we would achieve alone. General Information The National Society of Leadership and Success first began with founder, Gary Tuerack's vision of creating a community where like-minded success, oriented individuals could come together to learn from and support each other. As a child, Gary struggled in school due to his inability to read quickly. However, after learning strategies to increase his reading speed along with concentration, memory, and grades, he became an Ivy League graduate. Despite his circumstance, he was able to achieve seemingly unrealistic goals because he was dedicated, focused, proactive and supported. That is also why he decided to spend next decade helping out college students to achieve their own success. Benjamin Franklin said, "Many people die at 25 and aren't buried until 75." People tend to give up on their dreams because they believe they are impossible. However, through the Society, we hope that people will wake up and believe in and discover their own potential.

    • Signatories: Victoria Maria Groysberg, Maria Kassandra Coronel, Shazuti Islam Binta
    • Advisor: Kris Kaupalolo
    • Phone: 201-222-6544
    • Email: ucla.nsls@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Sigma Chi Fraternity

    Developing students of character through the promotion of brotherhood, leadership, and service to the community.

    • Signatories: Preston Risser, Ryan Helson, Luca Genasci
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 949-241-2405
    • Email: deltaetaconsul@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Sigma Nu Fraternity

    To develop ethical leaders inspired by the principles of Love, Honor and Truth. To foster the personal growth of each man’s mind, heart and character. To perpetuate lifelong friendships and commitment to the Fraternity.

    • Signatories: Peter Berquist, Steven Hilz, Josh Caine
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 517-204-5959
    • Email: berquistp@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

    The purpose of this organization is to impress upon its members the true significance of fraternal relationships, to create and perpetuate friendship among all persons, to develop and strengthen the character of its members, promote the principles of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love, preserve the ideals and principles upon which the Fraternity was founded, and to instill those principles which are the responsibilities of an individual as a member of society.

    • Signatories: Trenton Pantaleoni, Nick LaBounty, Spencer Hall
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 530-682-5385
    • Email: tjpant@ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Sigma Pi Beta Fraternity

    To bring together Persian students; to encourage social, athletic, and academic excellence; to provide experience in leadership for members; and aiding in the pursuit of higher education.

    • Signatories: Mehrdad Razaghy, Sherwin Tavakol, Nima Ghalehsari
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 818-518-0761
    • Email: nima.ghalehsari@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Sigma Pi Fraternity

    To support the Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity International in its development of young men united in brotherhood to advance truth and justice, to promote scholarship, to encourage chivalry, to diffuse culture, and to develop character in the service of God and man. The Association serves as a vital link between all graduates and the Upsilon Chapter. It supports the Chapter by facilitating communications and promoting a wide variety of programs and benefits for alumni that foster a spirit of loyalty, involvement, and life-long commitment to the Upsilon Chapter. The Associations vision for the future is to develop further a cohesive organization of alumni with the ability to exert influence as a valued partner on matters relevant to growth and development of the Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Pi International.

    • Signatories: Malcolm Galligan, Jason Carpenter, Roy Arguello
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 651-769-7483
    • Email: actives@sigmapibruins.com
  • Graduate

    Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers

    The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) is the first and only organization of Asian scientists and engineers. With collegiate and professional chapters nationwide, SASE pushes for individual success while celebrating diversity and promoting community contributions. With over 1800 student and professional members, SASE provides professional development, networking, and leadership opportunities to help scientists and engineers of Asian heritage achieve their full potential. SASE was founded in 2007 as the only national pan-Asian professional organization of its kind whose impact and influence are directly related to extensive member participation and corporate sponsorships.

    • Signatories: Wei Sun, Winn Huynh, Calvin Chu
    • Advisor: Orlando Luna
    • Phone: 276-492-7069
    • Email: sase-exec@lists.ucla.edu
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    Society of Women Engineers

    The Society of Women Engineers is a national society that has been encouraging females to aspire, advance, and achieve their full potential in the fields of engineering and science. We are devoted to providing our members with industry networking, career development workshops, outreach activities, community service as well as social events. Our UCLA chapter is one of the strongest and most academic engineering organizations. Our section has been recognized both locally and nationally, winning the Student Group of the Year award at UCLA in 2005 and bringing home awards from our annual National Conference these past few years.

    • Signatories: Amy Lin, Tiffany Yeh, Meghana Kumar
    • Advisor: Orlando Luna
    • Phone: 203-969-4443
    • Email: swe@seas.ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    Student Alumni Association at UCLA, The

    The purpose of the Student Alumni Association is to facilitate interaction between students and alumni, and to enhance the student experience by providing opportunities that strengthen their lifelong loyalty to UCLA.

    • Signatories: Sheena Sharifi, Susan Peters, Charle Le
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 310-825-2722
    • Email: saa@alumni.ucla.edu
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    Student Veterans Association at University of California, Los Angeles

    Section 2.1. The purpose of the SVAUCLA is to develop esprit de corps amongst the current and future UCLA students who are military veterans or maintain an interest in military veterans issues. Section 2.2. The goals and activities of the Club will consist of the following: a. Develop a resource guide that includes all forms, documents, lists of service organizations and contact information useful for veterans, prospective veterans and their families. b. Provide a peer support network for student veterans and their families. c. Educate the university community about the experiences of student veterans through presentations and other related events/activities. d. Work with the university administration to meet the needs of student veterans. e. Collaborate with professors to provide student veterans the opportunity to speak to classes. f. Provide services for disabled veterans. g. Provide outreach programs to potential student veterans. h. Work with deployed veteran’s families to provide support. i. Work with the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense, Veterans Service Organizations, and other military associations to provide information for student veterans and their families. j. Attend/participate in campus and local military recognition events and programs (Veterans Day, Memorial Day, etc).

    • Signatories: Thomas La Marr, Charles Young, Raymond Delgado
    • Advisor: Orlando Luna
    • Phone: 310-206-6915
    • Email: svaucla@gmail.com
  • Graduate

    Support for International Change

    Our mission is to limit the impact of HIV/AIDS in underserved communities and to train future leaders in global health and development. During the summer and fall, students have the opportunity to go to Tanzania, in East Africa, and teach HIV education in schools and communities.

    • Signatories: Marilyn McGowan, Amanda Guzikowski, Julie Wang
    • Advisor: Pam Cysner
    • Phone: 530-680-9321
    • Email: ucla@sichange.org
  • Graduate

    Tau Beta Sigma-Epsilon Kappa

    Tau Beta Sigma is a National Honorary Band Sorority that provides service to collegiate bands, encourages the advancement of women in the band profession, and promotes and enriches an appreciation of band music through recognition, leadership development and education of its members.

    • Signatories: Micah Shaw, Meghan Truax, Kelly Flickinger
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 619-980-9721
    • Email: epsilonkappa@tbsigma.org
  • Undergraduate

    Theta Chi Fraternity

    Theta Chi Fraternity exists to serve a need for young men of character, principles and ideals to associate with each other. Our chapters and colonies are laboratories for leadership. Our undergraduates grow, mature and develop through interaction with other outstanding young men. Most importantly, our chapters and colonies provide the support for excellence that is sorely needed today on campuses. That brotherhood comes in a wide and diverse variety of shapes, sizes, forms, colors, and fashions, but it reflects the concept of the Helping Hand -- that the most important duty that we have is to assist others, especially in time of need. Young people today are in need of that support, perhaps more than ever before. Theta Chi fraternity squarely meets that need.

    • Signatories: Alex Sanciangco, Alex Jimenez, Elijah Kenan
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: (702)302-7899
    • Email: a.sanciangco@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Theta Delta Chi Fraternity

    Since 1847, Theta Delta Chi has believed that it is the duty of every member to improve himself intellectually, morally, and socially through friendship.

    • Signatories: Michael Orloff, Will Oliver, Winston Zhao
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 508-423-8891
    • Email: tdxpresident@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Theta Xi Fraternity

    The Purpose of the Alpha Zeta Chapter of Theta Xi is to implement the seven purposes of Theta Xi Fraternity using the All True Men program (attached) as may be amended from time to time by the national fraternity. The focus of our program is scholarship, leadership, community service and brotherhood.

    • Signatories: Kyle Travaglini, Drew Soucie, Scott Shepard
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 818-268-9854
    • Email: ktravaglini@ucla.edu
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    UCLA Unicamp

    UCLA UniCamp is an educational and recreational program primarily for children from low income families in the Los Angeles area who would otherwise have no residential camping opportunity. Within its multicultural setting, UCLA UniCamp strives to build self-esteem, promote the value of education, and foster a sense of community through leadership, involvement, service and support of UCLA student volunteers.

    • Signatories: Michael Jimenez, Kristen Danhour, Darlene Tieu
    • Advisor: Carissa Requejo
    • Phone: 310-208-8252
    • Email: jliou@unicamp.org
  • Undergraduate

    USAC Internal Vice President's Office

    We seek to serve you, the students! As the representative organization for over 950 student organizations at UCLA, we are accordingly interested in promoting the varied interests of this diverse body. We recognize that this objective may seem formidable, ambitious even. After all, it is difficult to represent such a disparate array of clubs, teams and organizations. However, rather than bemoan such a daunting task, we are instead committed to embracing this immense diversity; which paints our campus in different strokes and which allows us both to appreciate the uniqueness within ourselves as well as in others. Moreover, we do not see UCLA as an isolated outpost in the greater Los Angeles area, disconnected and aloof from its surrounding environment. Instead, we see the two entities as active partners in a fruitful relationship that is continuing to evolve in significant and important ways. Thus, not only do we hope to advocate student engagement on campus, but we also hope to extend that engagement to the community of Los Angeles. As citizens and students of this active, moving city, we must recognize our own interdependence, our own parallel currents; we must become more conscious of the direction in which we are moving; and the Office of the Internal Vice President is committed to doing this.

    • Signatories: Abraham Oved, Nicole Vestal, Avinoam Baral
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 714-381-0104
    • Email: usaivp@asucla.ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    USAC External Affairs Vice President

    The External Vice President is the elected student body officer charged with representing the. undergraduate student body of UCLA to all off-campus entities that affect student life at UCLA. These decision-making bodies include: * the UC Board of Regents, * the UC Office of the President (UCOP), * the California State Legislature, * the California Governor, * the U.S. Congress, * the Westwood Neighborhood Council, and * the City of Los Angeles. The External Vice President’s Office coordinates its advocacy efforts through two student government coalitions: the University of California Student Association (ucsa.org) and the United States Student Association (usstudents.org). At a district level, the Bruin Lobby Corps coordinates advocacy efforts to elected officials in and around the Los Angeles area. The office’s work is mainly centered on fee and financial aid policies, and our goal with regards to our advocacy is to ensure a University that is affordable and accessible to all. Learn more about the EVP Office and USAC at students.asucla.ucla.edu

    • Signatories: Maryssa Hall, Brooke Scott, Ana Davalos
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 310-825-8533
    • Email: usaevp@asucla.ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    USAC President's Office

    The Office of the President functions as an integral part of the Undergraduate Students Association Council by promoting leadership, education and retention. The office's primary responsibility is to act as an administrative component of the entire council while facilitating programs and leadership development that bring different campus entities together.

    • Signatories: John Joanino, Devin Murphy, Lana El Farra
    • Advisor: Mike Cohn
    • Phone: 310-825-7068
    • Email: usapres@asucla.ucla.edu
  • Undergraduate

    USGBC Students @ UCLA

    USGBC Students @ UCLA aims to promote LEED initiatives here at UCLA, and also provide students with opportunities to learn about, work on, and develop LEED projects on our campus.

    • Signatories: Elizabeth Ficara, Melinda Parshall, Todd Lynch
    • Advisor: Terry Saunders
    • Phone: 310-825-1483
    • Email: usgbc.ucla@gmail.com
  • Undergraduate

    Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity

    The mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity is to foster and develop in its membership the tenets of its Credo: Intellectual Awareness, Social Responsibility, Integrity and Brotherly Love in order to cultivate leadership and service within their communities.

    • Signatories: Eric Ormond, Brandon Milan, Dan FitzPatrick
    • Advisor: Mande Adams
    • Phone: 914-216-8070
    • Email: apzbtpresident@aol.com
  • Undergraduate

    Zeta Phi Rho Fraternity

    Zeta Phi Rho, as a community service based fraterntiy, serves as a focal point to bring together the variety of talents and strengths within each member, whether it be social, academic, or athletic ability, and utilize them for our larger endeavors for the community.

    • Signatories: Shinnosuke Yamamoto, Tom Ngo, Anthony Bushong
    • Advisor: Troy Bartels
    • Phone: 619-852-7672
    • Email: zphirho@ucla.edu