College Student Leader Board

What is the College Student Leader Board?

The College Student Leader Board (SLB) consists of approximately 18 members and was created to act as a liaison between Volunteer Services, the student volunteers, and the supervisory staff in their assigned areas. These leadership positions were constructed to coordinate the 800+ college student volunteers contributing throughout University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics in any given year. The SLB members are facilitators and managers for the college volunteers, serving to make the volunteer experience both more enjoyable and worthwhile. SLB members attend monthly board meetings, build relationships with their staff volunteer supervisors, schedule and coordinate trainings for their volunteers and mentors, and administer in general the volunteer schedule for their unit. Positions are very competitive, and assignments are made in March and continue through May of the following year.

How do I become a Student Leader Board member?

College student volunteers usually apply for an SLB position at the end of their sophomore year, but freshmen and juniors are welcome to apply as well. It is recommended, but is not required, that applicants have at least 50 volunteer hours when applying. Applications are available at the beginning of the spring semester in the Volunteer Services Office or online. They will be accepted in the Volunteer Services Office, open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., from Monday, Jan. 13 through Friday, Feb. 7.

Volunteer Services 2019-2020 College Student Leader Board

Group photo of students

  • Top Row (L to R): (L to R): Maria Stanco, Emilio Tovar, Sheridan Kelly, Elliot Stalter, Arman Hlas, Andrew Solsrud, Vijay Kamalumpundi, Alexa Maakestad, Carl Skoog
  • Middle Row: Prateek Raikwar, Megan DeDecker, Barbara Badovinac, Sameer Ansari, Angela Mahoney, Danielle Wissink
  • First Row: Olivia Sourwine, Amy Yan, Jia Ern Ong, Caitlin Purpi, Dana Roesner