The Lewis J. Burger Center for Student Leadership and Public Service was established in 1996 to educate and prepare Bradley students to be committed and effective leaders in their careers, families, and communities by providing leadership development programs and service learning opportunities.
The Center consists of three major interdependent components: leadership development programs, a volunteer network and service opportunities, and the Leadership & Public Service Fellows Program.
During the 2015-2016 academic year, Bradley students raised approximately $167,078 and gave over 64,529 hours of volunteerism and service to over 450 nonprofit agencies. Through numerous clothing, food, and blood drives, Bradley students donated over 1,000 cans of food, 300 household goods, 80 school uniforms to Trewyn Elementary, and 288 pints of blood.
Opportunities for Incoming Freshman
- Student Interest Form - Use this form to indicate your interest in service and leadership and we will contact you about upcoming opportunities and events!
- LINCS Leadership Over Dinner
- I Am Brave Nomination Form
- Service on Saturday Registration
- STLF Info
- October One Time Volunteer Opportunities
- Continual Volunteer Opportunities