HONORS CLUB FALL 2019 OFFICER ELECTIONS

Club Meetings

Officers Meeting: Every Monday from 4PM - 5PM

General Meeting: Every other Monday from 4PM - 5PM

Location: Room I4-207

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The Honors Program serves self-motivated and qualified students by providing exceptional and intense learning experiences in classes that are usually highly interactive. The Honors General Education Core Curriculum consists of a group of courses already approved for transfer to campuses of the University of California and the California State University. In this curriculum, students encounter a range of historical, technical and cultural points of view.

Officer positions are open to everyone. No prior experience required.

All candidates will be given 2-3 minutes to speak

 

All of the following positions are available:

  • Director of Honors Opportunities will be responsible for organizing community-based guest speakers, plan workshops for transfer(s), and career building opportunities. Must communicate with members of Honors club, and identify their needs. He/she will also fill other roles as needed.

 

  • Director of Fundraising will be responsible for researching, organizing and implementing effective means of raising funds for the Honors Club. This officer will actively replenish funding for Honors Club treasury account and execute and publicize fundraising events. He/she will organize fundraising committee meetings and coordinate responsibilities. He/she will notify and recruit members during general meetings to participate in above. He/she will also fill other roles as needed.

  • Co-Director of Service: in cooperation with and under the authority of the Director of Service will be responsible for researching, organizing and coordinating on and off campus community service projects and proposing such projects during club meetings, and other responsibilities per the Duties of Director of Service (above)

  • Co-Director or Fundraising: in cooperation with and under the authority of the Director of Fundraising will be responsible for researching, organizing and implementing effective means of raising funds for the Honors Club, and other responsibilities per the Duties of Director of Fundraising (above).

  • Co-Director of Public Relations: in cooperation with and under the authority of the Director of Public Relations, will be responsible for researching viable social events and propose such events during club meetings and other responsibilities per the Duties of Director of Public Relations (above).​

  • Photographer: is responsible for taking creative and professional photographs of Honors students, events and activities throughout the semester. The photographer must have a flexible schedule and will be required to attend the majority of the meetings and events. He/she will work closely with and provide edited images to the Newsletter Editors, Director of Social Media, and Director of Public Relations. He/she will be expected to provide their own equipment. He/she will also fill other roles as needed.

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