Coordinate a Study Group
Coordinating is the most rewarding way to participate in LP2, as well as the most essential. It’s an extraordinarily stimulating and fulfilling experience to create a Study Group with dedicated assistance from experienced coordinators, and to lead a lively discussion among enthusiastic and well-informed peers. Learn more about Coordinating a Study Group.
Let the Advisory Board or Executive Committee members know you are interested in helping out and what your special skills are. You can make it easy for the LP2 Leadership to find you by fully completing the Bio and Skills section of your Member Profile. Click on your name on the top right of the site and select Edit Profile.
Join a Committee
Committees play a major role in managing LP2 functions: recruiting and supporting our members, organizing study groups, planning extra-curricular activities and more. They are staffed by members with relevant skills and imagination. Committee openings are usually announced in the Spring of each year. You can also reach out to the Chair(s) to express your interest in getting involved. Read each Committee’s Statement to find out more about the mission and desired skills for that committee members.
Participate in Special Interest Group Activities
Special Interest Groups (SIG’s) organize events, trips, discussions and other activities that allow members who share interests to connect outside of the classroom and get to know other members better.
Run for Advisory Board
Step up to a leadership role by running for a seat on the Advisory Board, an elected group of volunteers tasked with managing LP2 in collaboration with the Director. Those who have been members of the LP2 community for at least one year and have given service to support the general welfare of the LP2 by coordinating, by serving on a committee, or through other service to the membership are eligible to run.