Position Descriptions for Fall 2021 NSE Election

Position Descriptions for Fall 2021 NSE Election

First Year Council

President

The President of First Year Council serves as the leader of the First Year Council and also the President of the Class of 2025. Their duties include, but are not limited to: serving as a representative of the Class of 2025, leading First Year Council meetings, collaborating with constituents on how to address the needs of the Class of 2025, and developing opportunities for leadership and growth across the Class. The President must be able to serve by example, delegate effectively, and practice strong time management. In order to run, the President must already be a member of First Year Council.

First Year Council

Vice-President

The Vice-President of First Year Council serves as second-in-command to the President of FYC, and also serves as the Vice-President of the Class of 2025. Their duties include, but are not limited to: serving as a representative of the Class of 2025, assisting in the leading of First Year Council meetings, enhancing engagement between First Year Council and Association Councils, overseeing the First Year Council budget, and assisting the President in their duties. The Vice-President must be able to serve by example, delegate effectively, and practice strong time management. In order to run, the Vice-President must already be a member of First Year Council.

Student Council

Three First Year Representatives

Description

  • Responsible for being “the voice” of students to Student Council and the University
    administration
  • Must attend Tuesday night Student Council General Body meetings from 6:30pm-8pm each
    week
  • Serve as a member of a Representative Committee (Internal Affairs, External Affairs,
    Community Concerns). You may also serve as an ex-officio member on a Presidential (Cabinet,
    Administrative, or Organizations) Committee.
  • Vote with direct jurisdiction over approving new CIOs; passing Student Council’s Summer and
    Annual budgets (totaling to nearly $100K in funding); creating Ad-Hoc Committees to tackle
    complex, real-world issues; and appointments in Student Council
  • Lift up the voices of others, show leadership on moral issues, give the University directives and
    exhibit concrete student support for initiatives by working with student groups to pass
    resolutions.
  • Leverage your power as a Representative by combining legislation, funding, projects, lobbying,
    and student engagement to create a real impact at the University.
  • Time commitment: minimum of 5 hours each week, but usually more (Please do not run if you
    cannot commit the time)
  • Only first year students may run and vote

Student Council

One Transfer Student Representative

Description

  • Responsible for being “the voice” of students to Student Council and the University
    administration
  • Must attend Tuesday night Student Council General Body meetings from 6:30pm-8pm each
    week
  • Serve as a member of a Representative Committee (Internal Affairs, External Affairs,
    Community Concerns). You may also serve as an ex-officio member on a Presidential (Cabinet,
    Administrative, or Organizations) Committee.
  • Vote with direct jurisdiction over approving new CIOs; passing Student Council’s Summer and
    Annual budgets (totaling to nearly $100K in funding); creating Ad-Hoc Committees to tackle
    complex, real-world issues; and appointments in Student Council
  • Lift up the voices of others, show leadership on moral issues, give the University directives and
    exhibit concrete student support for initiatives by working with student groups to pass
    resolutions.
  • Leverage your power as a Representative by combining legislation, funding, projects, lobbying,
    and student engagement to create a real impact at the University.
  • Time commitment: minimum of 5 hours each week, but usually more (Please do not run if you
    cannot commit the time)
  • Only transfer students may run and vote

Student Council

One Undergraduate International Student Representative

Description

  • Responsible for being “the voice” of students to Student Council and the University
    administration
  • Must attend Tuesday night Student Council General Body meetings from 6:30pm-8pm each
    week
  • Serve as a member of a Representative Committee (Internal Affairs, External Affairs,
    Community Concerns). You may also serve as an ex-officio member on a Presidential (Cabinet,
    Administrative, or Organizations) Committee.
  • Vote with direct jurisdiction over approving new CIOs; passing Student Council’s Summer and
    Annual budgets (totaling to nearly $100K in funding); creating Ad-Hoc Committees to tackle
    complex, real-world issues; and appointments in Student Council
  • Lift up the voices of others, show leadership on moral issues, give the University directives and
    exhibit concrete student support for initiatives by working with student groups to pass
    resolutions.
  • Leverage your power as a Representative by combining legislation, funding, projects, lobbying,
    and student engagement to create a real impact at the University.
  • Time commitment: minimum of 5 hours each week, but usually more (Please do not run if you
    cannot commit the time)
  • Only undergraduate students may run and vote

Student Council

One Graduate International Student Representative

Description

  • Responsible for being “the voice” of students to Student Council and the University
    administration
  • Must attend Tuesday night Student Council General Body meetings from 6:30pm-8pm each
    week
  • Serve as a member of a Representative Committee (Internal Affairs, External Affairs,
    Community Concerns). You may also serve as an ex-officio member on a Presidential (Cabinet,
    Administrative, or Organizations) Committee.
  • Vote with direct jurisdiction over approving new CIOs; passing Student Council’s Summer and
    Annual budgets (totaling to nearly $100K in funding); creating Ad-Hoc Committees to tackle
    complex, real-world issues; and appointments in Student Council
  • Lift up the voices of others, show leadership on moral issues, give the University directives and
    exhibit concrete student support for initiatives by working with student groups to pass
    resolutions.
  • Leverage your power as a Representative by combining legislation, funding, projects, lobbying,
    and student engagement to create a real impact at the University.
  • Time commitment: minimum of 5 hours each week, but usually more (Please do not run if you
    cannot commit the time)
  • Only graduate students may run and vote