Leadership lived: Eric Loera UIS Student Union Video Tour 1 day ago   02:20

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Eric Loera says he chose the University of Illinois Springfield because he knew he could become “a big fish in a small pond.” He wanted to get involved on campus immediately and didn’t want to wait until his junior or senior year. Loera was elected secretary of the Student Government Association, serves as secretary of the Alternative Spring Break student organization, and is a Capital Scholars Honors Program peer mentor and a member of the Student Advocacy Coalition and Campus Senate. He is also involved with the Leadership for Life Service Program where he volunteers up to 40 hours a semester as the public health chair. Following graduation from UIS, Loera plans to work in local government in a capacity where he can help provide services to youth and low income individuals.

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UIS Student Union Video Tour Leadership lived: Eric Loera 1 day ago   05:50

The new UIS Student Union will be the social heart of campus for students. In this signature building, so full of light and activity, students will interact with each other and with faculty, staff, and visitors, creating a vibrant and thriving focal point for life at UIS. The building is anticipated to open in Fall 2016.