Each year, CGI U brings together 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students from around the world to address challenges with practical, innovative solutions.

Student participants will do more than simply discuss problems – they’ll take concrete steps to solve them by creating action plans, building relationships, participating in hands-on workshops and following up with CGI U as they complete their projects.

The three-day meeting will include inspiring speeches from President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, as well as workshops delivered by leading social change experts. Learn more about CGI U by watching this video.

CGI U is looking for students with ideas that relate to one of five focus areas: education, environment and climate change, peace and human rights, poverty alleviation and public health.

Arizona State University will host the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) March 21-23, 2014, on its Tempe campus. Interested in attending as part of your commitment to action with no cost to you? To do so, UCF students must complete an application to CGI U that details their commitment to action.

Questions can be emailed to: Stacey Malaret, director LEAD Scholars Program, at: Stacey.malaret@ucf.edu.