Contact Us

Leadership and Employment
Enrichment Program

Corey Gin, Director
(510) 885-2918

Maricela Garcia-Flores
Administrative Support Coordinator
(510) 885-7647

California State University, East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd., SA2500A
Hayward, CA 94542

leep@csueastbay.edu

Office Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., M-F

Community Involvement

Book-to-Action Project Upcoming Events!

LEEP and the Haywrd Public Library invite you to read and discuss the national bestselling book Musicophilia by Oliver Sacks. LEEP is offering copies of the book for those who are interested in participating. 

LEEP is offering copies of the book for those who are interested in participating.

Register your interest here: http://goo.gl/GZwWZ4

Book-to-Action Program Schedule of Events 

Hayward Public Library Film Showing at Hayward City Hall

April 30, 2015, 7:00PM Visit HERE for more information on this event

Book Discussion

Thurs., May 7, 12pm-1pm - Musicophilia Book Discussion in LI 2250.  Facilitated by Sally Thomas, Supervising Librarian, Hayward Public Library and Tom Bickley, CSUEB Music Reference/Instruction Librarian.

Film Showing at CSUEB

Wed., May 13, 11:30am-2:30pm - "Alive Inside" film showing at CSUEB, University Theater.

Tentative Film Showing Schedule

11:30 - Noon ---- Poster Session & Refreshments by the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders in honor of Better Hearing and Speech Month.

12:00-12:15 ----- Brief Remarks

12:15-12:30 ----- Performance by CSUEB Choir conducted by Buddy James, Department Chair, CSUEB School of Arts and Media.

12:30 -1:45 ----- "Alive Inside" Film Showing

1:45-2:15 ----- Facilitated Discussion

2:15-2:30 ---- Continue Visiting Posters

Community Music Events

Fri., May 8, 2:30 pm - Community music event at the ASEB Hayward Day Center. New location opening soon at 1105 Walpert Street.

Thurs., May 21, 3 pm - Community music event at Josephine Lum Lodge Senior Residence, 2747 Oliver Drive, Hayward.

Earth Day Clothing Drive

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Relay for Life at the Pioneer Stadium on May 8 - 9

We need your help!

Sign-up a team! CLICK HERE

What is relay?

  • Organized, overnight community fundraising walk

  • Teams of people camp out around a track

  • Members of each team take turns walking around the track

  • Food, games and activities provide entertainment and build camaraderie

  • Family-friendly environment for the entire community

Because it's a team event, individual participants are not required to be there the entire time. But it's so much fun, you'll find it hard to leave! Contact Patrick Prusinovski if you have any questions at patrick.prusinovski@csueastbay.edu

Drought and Free Chipper Service for Hayward Residents

Sparse winter rains have left the region locked in a years-long drought leading up to wildfire season. To alleviate conditions conducive to wildfire spread the Hayward Fire Department is bringing back its “No Cost Residential Chipper Service.” This popular program helps residents manage tree limbs, shrubs, and other cuttings generated from controlling vegetation that would fuel a fire near their homes.

The chipper service will truck away chipped materials for recycling, or leave them with residents upon request, for use in weed abatement and erosion control. Last year's program made 152 pickups of chipped trees and shrubs removed by residents from an aggregate area of more than 78 acres around their homes.

The chipper service is available on a first-come-first-served basis to residents in the high fire hazard areas in Hayward and Fairview. It will run for six weeks, from March 30th through May 8th, or until funds are depleted. For more information, and to register for the chipper service, go online to www.hayward-ca.gov/City-Government/Departments/Fire/ or call the Fire Administration Office at (510) 583-4930.

The program is free and is funded through the California Fire Safe Council by a grant from the Cooperative Fire Program of the U.S. Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, Pacific Southwest Region.

Diversity Development Program 2014-15

The University Office of Diversity brings you The Diversity Development Program (DDP), which is a program that celebrates CSUEB’s diversity while also addressing the unresolved issues and concerns that exist in a diverse university community. Resolving these problems is essential to working in a harmonious atmosphere. This program provides a unique opportunity for staff and faculty to engage in serious discussion on various topics concerning diversity. The DDP is co-sponsored with Faculty Development and LEEP.

Register online at: http://depot.csuprojects.org/registration?campusid=6

Haven Sexual Assault Prevention Training for Students

On October 15, 2014, all CSUEB students received an email indicating that they MUST complete sexual assault prevention training online. Due to the large population of students receiving this message, it is likely that staff and faculty will receive questions regarding the training.

In anticipation of this, we have created a FAQ page on the Title IX Website. Please either direct students to the FAQ web page, or reference the web page to answer common questions.

Should you receive questions that cannot be answered by the FAQ page, please direct students to send an email to: title9@csueastbay.edu for assistance.

Al-Anon on Campus

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Al-Anon Meetings are anonymous, open to staff, and aim to provide group support for people who may have been affected by someone else's drinking. Meetings are held every Tuesday at 12:00pm. The schedule is:

Winter/Spring/Summer 2015

January 6-September 1, 2015 (No meeting March 24, 31 or June 16)

New UU, Hayward Room

More information can be found here:

http://goo.gl/JASxkS

 

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