UB The Impact Challenge
The UB the Impact Challenge is designed to encourage and recognize those students who participate in and track their service hours. Students who demonstrate dedication to service (identified through the online tracking with UBLinked) will be honored at a UB the Impact ceremony during Volunteer Appreciation Week each year. Any student who has completed 500 hours of service while in attendance at UB will receive service cords for graduation.
In order to participate, simply become a member of UB The Impact on UBLinked and track your service hours using the "My Service Hours" tool on the sidebar menu or under the "my involvement" drop down menu. (Need help using UBLinked?)
Take the Challenge!
Complete 500 hours or more of community service before graduation and receive UB the Impact Cords!
What is Service?
- Participating in any service event put on by the Center for Student Leadership and Community Engagement
- Volunteering with a community organization
- Volunteering with a campus one-time event (i.e. Linda Yalem Run, Relay for Life, Stay-Up UB)
- An unpaid internship for which you donít receive credit
- Doing a service project with your student organization
- Helping your student organization plan an event that helps a community organization
- Participating in Alternative Break trip
- Fund raising for a community organization
- Service hours you complete as a part of the Torch Program
Not sure if what youíre doing will count as service? Ask us! Email our office.