All Open A.S. Positions


A.S. Basic Needs Committee - (No Openings)
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The Basic Needs Committee will focus on all basic needs related issues within Associated Students. They are tasked with staying aware of basic needs progress locally, in the district, statewide, and nationally. The committee is also responsible to assist local basic needs organizations, build coalitions with other basic needs stakeholders, organize relevant projects, relay important information affecting basic needs security on both the UCSB campus and the UC system as a whole to the student body, and serving as advocates for basic needs efforts. Finally, the committee is also responsible for reviewing input from other basic needs organizations, collaborating and assisting with these organizations whenever necessary, and giving suggestions for ALL legislation within UCSB Associated Students concerning basic needs.

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America Reads America Counts - (1 Open Position)
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America Reads America Counts (AR/AC) is funded through Federal Work Study and trains 35 UCSB students to be tutors in elementary schools. Each tutor is expected to encourage students in the subject areas of Reading and Mathematics, and support children in their school development. Tutors work directly with kindergarten through sixth grade students to improve their reading and math proficiency skills. Tutors perform one-on-one work with individual students, group work, or class activities..

Website: http://americareads.as.ucsb.edu

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ARAC Tutor

Openings: 1
Length: Seasonal Role: 11/1/22 - 6/3/23

America Reads America Counts (ARAC) hires UCSB work-study students to tutor local elementary age students.

(Offering Both Virtual and In-Person Tutoring options)

Each ARAC Tutor is expected to encourage students in the subject areas of Reading and Mathematics, and to support children in their school development. Tutors work with kindergarten through sixth grade students in completing homework in all subjects. Tutors perform work with individual students, group work, and design activities to engage student learning.
Requires a full year commitment. High energy level and flexibility needed.
Must be background checked and TB tested as required by the State of California.
Tutors are expected to commit to work consistent hours, and to participate in monthly staff meetings, orientations and training programs as needed.
*This is a Work-Study ONLY job. If you do not have work-study you are not eligible to apply.
*To Apply, you must attach a resume and answer the questions.
Visit Website for more on ARAC : https://americareads.as.ucsb.edu/


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AS Book Bank Commission - (No Openings)
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The charge of the A.S. Book Bank is a student-run service that is available to all UCSB students, both graduate and undergraduate. All donations received will be for loan purposes only and not up for resale. The book bank’s focus is to increase student success while also decreasing student debt/burden in attaining resources that will administer academic success. With commitment to promoting the retention and welfare of every student and UCSB by developing programs and services that directly address student needs. The Book Bank will be collection books from different campus locations throughout the end of each quarter in order to increase the amount of books that can be lent out to students as well as using A.S. funds to purchase books that are highly requested; high cost in order to resource all majors. The Book Bank Fellowship is created with the intent of providing administrative and leadership experience to dedicated members regardless of work study eligibility as they serve the UCSB student community through the use of the Book Bank.

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AS Womxn's Commission - (No Openings)
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The A.S. Womxn’s Commission is an educator and an advocate for womxn’s rights, with a commitment to representing and improving the status of womxn on campus and in the community. The A.S. Womxn’s Commission is working toward becoming a diverse group of members reflecting the different voices of the campus and community. The replacement of the letter "e" for "x" in womxn is meant to maintain gender neutrality and include trans and non gender binary folks. It is also meant to signify female independence and a repudiation of traditions that define females by reference to the male norm.

Website: http://womxn.as.ucsb.edu/

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AS Zero Waste Committee - (3 Open Positions)
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The Zero Waste Committee strives to promote reduction, reuse and recycling of all materials used on the UCSB campus and the surrounding community. The Zero Waste Committee also aims to promote composting, the use of composted products including organic fertilizer, and to increase the ecological literacy on the UCSB campus and in the surrounding community. The committee promotes the buying of recycled and sustainable products on the UCSB campus and in the surrounding community. The committee also works closely with other environmental groups throughout the community in efforts to reduce the overall ecological footprint humans have on their local ecosystems. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ucsbzerowaste/

Website: https://zerowaste.as.ucsb.edu/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ucsbzwc

Chair(s): Tiffany Nicolescu

Chair(s) Emails: as-zerowaste@ucsb.edu


Zero Waste Committee: Administrative Coordinator

Openings: 1
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  1. Attend every meeting unless an excused absence is obtained.
  2. Take minutes at every meeting unless an excused absence is obtained.
  3. Attend an official A.S. Agenda & Minute Taking Template Workshop prior to starting the position in the Fall, unless they previously held the position and already attended and completed the workshop.
  4. Compose and send out via email, the Zero Waste Committee’s weekly newsletter after every meeting.
  5. Send weekly minutes in Word document format to all necessary email accounts in order to obtain Senate approval.
  6. Handle all room reservations.
  7. Manage an active event calendar for the committee.


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Zero Waste Committee: Athletics Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Serve as a liaison between the Zero Waste Committee and other campus organizations or other entities (both on and off-campus)
  2. Work closely with the Athletics Department and Student-Athlete Advisory Committee to organize zero-waste athletic programs.
  3. Work with the Housing and Dining’s Concessions Manager to develop sustainable food options for athletic events.
  4. Work with Facilities Management’s Refuse, Recycling, and Water Efficiency as well as A.S. Recycling to implement and improve waste disposal infrastructure for the athletic programs.
  5. Attend every meeting unless an excused absence is obtained.
  6. Work with the Public Outreach Coordinator to encourage zero-waste athletic culture through Digiknows, tabling, and email listserv.


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Zero Waste Committee: Festival Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Serve as a liaison between the Zero Waste Committee and other campus organizations or other entities (both on and off campus) for the Zero Waste Festival
  2. Attend every meeting unless an excused absence is obtained.
  3. Organize a Zero Waste Festival Planning Team to help with tasks related to the Zero Waste Festival.
  4. Hold the Zero Waste Festival in Winter or Spring Quarter.
  5. Allocate funding for the expenses of the Zero Waste Festival.


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Bike Committee - (No Openings)
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The A.S. Bike Committee serves as bicycle advocates for UCSB. This committee increases student, faculty, and administrative awareness of bicycle system issues as well as responds to student input regarding bicycle paths and bicycle parking at UCSB. A great place for people interested in transportation issues.

Website: http://bikes.as.ucsb.edu

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Coastal Fund - (No Openings)
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Coastal stuff probably?

Website: https://coastalfund.as.ucsb.edu

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Commission for Marginalized Genders - (5 Open Positions)
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The A.S. Commission for Marginalized Genders (also known as CMG) is an educator about and an advocate for women, non-binary, and trans* rights, with a commitment to representing and improving the status of women, non-binary, and trans* folks on campus and in the community. The A.S. Commission for Marginalized Genders is working toward becoming a diverse group of members reflecting the different voices of the campus and community. The A.S. Commission for Marginalized Genders must constantly redefine itself if it is going to actively try to recognize how women’s, non-binary, and trans* issues function within the intersections of race, class, age, sexual orientation, religion, culture and physical and mental ability. Recognizing this means that we acknowledge that one group can never represent the voices of all women, non-binary, and trans* across these intersections. Therefore, we must look beyond the Commission for Marginalized Genders and into the campus and community. Lastly, as a Board and as a Commission, to carry on the events of the Annual Womxn Unite Banquet.

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CMG Administrative Chair

Openings: 1
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  1. Record and be responsible for the distribution of minutes to members, officers, and Senate.
    • Distribute minutes to members upon request.
    • Keep a record of all meeting attendees and an update list of all voting members.
  2. Hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.
  3. Work with Co-Chairs to address all emails in a timely fashion.
  4. Attend all commission meetings.


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CMG Co-Chairs

Openings: 2
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  1.  Stay abreast of the political environment on campus and in the community.
  2.  Facilitate all Commission meetings.
  3. Handle public relations for the Commission and shall be the official spokespersons for the Commission.
  4. Have ultimate responsibility for the fiscal management of the entire Commission, including the preparation of the budget for the following year with the Treasurer.
  5. Present at least two (2) reports to the Senate per quarter regarding the activities of the Commission.
  6. Coordinate the operations of all Committees and attempt to be of help in any problems or issues which may arise.
  7. Plan yearly retreat with new incoming Board.
  8. Attempt to establish and maintain communication among women, non-binary, and trans* organizations throughout the UC system.
  9. Hold a minimum of three (3) regularly scheduled office hours per week.
  10. Shall attend all meetings of the A.S. Senate and at least one (1) ASUCSB Workgroup.
  11. Attend all commission meetings.


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CMG Ourstorian

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Shall be responsible for the recruitment of Committee members of two to five (2-5) people.
  2. Have ultimate responsibility for the fiscal management of the Women’s Journal (e.g. fundraising, sponsorship, and donations).
  3. Oversee the production and distribution of Ourstory.
  4. Explore the controversial and complicated issues of identity anthologies, the politics of publication, and artistic/political expression.
  5. Shall hold at least two (2) regularly scheduled office hours each week.
  6. Attend all commission meetings.


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CMG Queer and Trans Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Shall maintain awareness of concerns and issues within the LGBTQIA+ community
  1. Shall host at least one (1) event or program per quarter that aid the LGBTQIA+ community.
  2. Shall maintain a strong connection to the LGBTQIA+ community on-campus and in the community. Shall serve as a liaison to the A.S. Trans & Queer Commission, RCSGD, and student organizations.
  3. Shall keep the rest of the committee up to date on concerns within the LGBTQIA+ community.
  4. Shall hold a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.
  5. Attend all commission meetings.


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CMG Treasurer

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Maintain an updated record of the budget that will be updated weekly and includes all expenditures of the commission and distribute to all officers on a regular basis.
  2. Present tri-weekly reports on what funds remain in the budget for the quarter for Commission for Marginalized Genders.
  3. Assist the Co-Chairs in preparation of the next year’s budget.
  4. Attend Senate Finance and Business Committee budget hearings with co-chairs.
  5. Shall be responsible for preparing the requisition forms for the allocation of funding of groups and organizations that have been approved by the commission.
  6. Hold two (2) regularly schedule office hours per week.
  7. Attend all commission meetings.


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Commission on Disability Equality - (4 Open Positions)
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The Commission on Disability Equality (CODE) is dedicated to improving the status of students with temporary or permanent disabilities on campus and in the community. CODE shall outreach, network, and explore ways to increase retention and graduation rates, and promote social, educational, and academic programs regarding the disabled student community. CODE is committed to advocating for disabled students and educating the campus community on the importance of equal access by raising disability issues, interests, and awareness on a local, state, and national level.

Website: http://code.as.ucsb.edu/

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CODE 2021-2022 Disability Community Public Relations Officer

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year
  • Acts as a liaison to campus entities such as CAPS, Mental Health Peers, COSWB, etc.
  • Report of public relations developments bi-weekly to the Commission.
  • Holds office hours once a week
  • Meets with Co-Chairs upon request to discuss public relations developments and budget concerns, and organize student advocacy efforts
  • Facilitates campus-wide projects that address specific accessibility issues for disabled students at least once (1) per year
  •  Meets with the A.S. President, A.S. Attorney General, and A.S. Controller (s) at least once (1) per year

Please apply using the following Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGwBrHRh5CMfuic4MfwKbSl_OAPCoS9VRPWxwclccUCT7tLg/viewform



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CODE 2021-2022 Racial Justice Outreach Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length: 1 academic year
  • Serve as a liaison to EOP resource centers, A.S. SCORE, Black Women’s Health Collaborative, student org, etc. to publicize Commission programs.
  • Represent the Commission during relevant meetings and events to address accessibility concerns.
  • Works collaboratively with general members to organize and facilitate events or community spaces regarding the intersection of racism and ableism at least once (1) per quarter

To apply, please fill out the following Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGwBrHRh5CMfuic4MfwKbSl_OAPCoS9VRPWxwclccUCT7tLg/viewform



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CODE 2021-2022: Programming and Marketing Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 academic year
  • Attends at least (2) Commission events per quarter
  •  Collaborates with Outreach Coordinators for the creation of publicity materials
  • Be responsible for arranging necessary accommodations for all Commission events and ensuring that events account for diverse support needs 
  • Maintains and updates the A.S. CODE website, social media (Instagram and Discord server), and contacts other publicity media sources (ex: The Daily Nexus, KCSB, The Bottom Line) regularly throughout the year
  • Takes pictures of events and meetings and uploads them to our website’s gallery

To apply, please fill out the following Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGwBrHRh5CMfuic4MfwKbSl_OAPCoS9VRPWxwclccUCT7tLg/viewform



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CODE 2021-2022: Recording/Historian Officer

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year
  • Be responsible for recording minutes of all meetings and distributing them to all members of the Commission and Senate.
  • Organize and keep an updated contact list of Commission members and those interested in the Commission.
  • Present a report of public relations developments bi-weekly to the Commission. Take pictures of events and meetings.

To apply please fill out the following Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGwBrHRh5CMfuic4MfwKbSl_OAPCoS9VRPWxwclccUCT7tLg/viewform



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Commission on Student Well-Being - (1 Open Position)
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The Associated Students Commission on Student Well Being is committed to the general well being of UCSB undergraduates, with a particular emphasis on mental well being. Its purpose is to increase awareness, educate, advocate, and serve as a reference point for student social services. COSWB also creates programs that provide a positive and comfortable environment for everyone on campus.

Website: http://coswb.as.ucsb.edu

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Chair(s): Trevor Lin

Chair(s) Emails: coswb-cochair2@as.ucsb.edu


COSWB: Outreach Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length: 1 academic year
  1. Organize at least two (2) events per quarter.
  2. Be responsible for creating and organizing promotion materials.
  3. Organize at least two (2) mixers in the residence halls per quarter as an informational program about the Commission as well as the resources and services available to students on campus.
  4. Serve as an available aid to other Coordinators in their event planning.


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Committee on Committees - (No Openings)
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The Committee on Committees is the AS BCU committed to outreaching and recruiting for the ENTIRE association. On top of recruiting, we also appoint/recommend all non-internally elected positions.

Website: http://coc.as.ucsb.edu

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ucsbCoC/

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Committee on Honoraria - (No Openings)
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To oversee the allocation of all A.S. money towards honoraria, except for Legislative Council members honoraria. The Committee on Honoraria shall be responsible for reviewing all honoraria requests through examination of written requests as well as through discussions with chairpersons and members of committees affected. The Committee shall make a recommendation on its findings, and shall make all reporting available for Legislative Council review.

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Community Affairs Board (CAB) - (No Openings)
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The AS/UCSB Community Affairs Board (CAB) is dedicated to enhancing the educational experience of all UCSB Students by providing information and easy access to community service work. Through a wide range of projects and community programs, CAB seeks to augment classroom experiences, create opportunities for career exploration, connect UCSB to the community in a meaningful way, and promote the ethics of public service. If you submit an application via this website, it will NOT been reviewed by CAB. Please, APPLY using their website: http://cab.as.ucsb.edu/ OR APPLY HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1R2PMb7yAdTycL3NBlFgtKA0Ea75w24dWuX2cNMxOYMY/viewform

Website: http://cab.as.ucsb.edu/

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Community Financial Fund - (3 Open Positions)
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CFF is responsible for expanding financial literacy, giving students more access to grants, and supplementing the current Associated Students emergency loans. This unit establishes a credit builder program, and regular financial literacy workshops. It helps students learn the financial resources and services available on the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) campus and within Santa Barbara County.

Website: https://cff.as.ucsb.edu/

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Digital Media Officer

Openings: 1
Length: Academic Year
  1. )  Manage and keep CFF website up to date.
    1. a)  Post a sign up link for workshops.
    2. b)  Post promotional materials for workshops and speaker series.
  2. )  Create a database of financial resources available to students.


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Peer Advisor

Openings: 2
Length: Academic Year

Responsibilities

  • Attend weekly Board meetings
  • Present at least TWO Grant Workshop presentations per quarter
  • Facilitate one-on-one advising appointments with students regarding financial questions
  • Compose notes and advice memos for each Peer Advising appointment
  • Does not have voting power


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Print Media Officer

Openings: 1
Length: 1 School Year

Duties and Responsibilities of the Print Media Officer: 

  • Create and print out promotional and print materials for quarterly workshops: promotional flyer, ticket, checklist, quiz, quiz answer key 
  • Create and print out promotional and print materials for Spring Speaker Series: flyers, additional handouts for speakers 
  • Create and print out organization promotional materials and flyers for tabling and advertisement


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Community Volunteer Foundation - (2 Open Positions)
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CAB Community Volunteer (CoVo) Foundation seeks to enhance the educational experience of UCSB students by issuing grants for ongoing service-based programs or projects that foster greater awareness regarding social, educational, economic, and environmental issues. These programs must engage UCSB undergraduate students as volunteers or leaders as well as strive to have meaningful and lasting impact on the greater Santa Barbara community.

Website: http://cabfoundation.as.ucsb.edu/

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Chair(s): Shannon Adler

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CoVo: Board Member

Openings: 4
Length:
  1. Perform any and all duties imposed on them collectively or individually by the Mission Statement and/or these bylaws.
  2. Review project applications to consider funding of those found consistent with the Mission Statement.
  3. Supervise grant recipients to assure that their activities and spending are performed properly, legally, and ethically.
  4. Attend all CoVo Foundation meetings.
  5. Represent the Foundation on matters pertinent to their jurisdiction and the Foundation Mission Statement, delivering talks before professional, civil, student and lay groups and participating in conferences.


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CoVo: Treasurer

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Perform all At-Large Undergraduate Student duties.
  2. Hold three (3) Foundation office hours per week.
  3. Manage the finances of the Foundation, which entails keeping a detailed and accurate assessment of funds given out and remaining.
  4. Create a quarterly and annual report under the supervision of the Chair.


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Creative Media Unit - (No Openings)
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The Creative Media Unit strives to market and promote the work of Associated Students as a whole on a campus-wide level. Uniquely composed of students and staff, the unit works together to provide a variety of services, including graphic design, web design, and videography, as well as assist in AS media campaigns.

Website: https://creativemedia.as.ucsb.edu

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Chair(s): Stanton

Chair(s) Emails: cmuofficer@as.ucsb.edu


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Elections Board - (1 Open Position)
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Elections Committee coordinates all A.S. elections, including spring general elections for A.S. Legislative Council (24 representatives) and A.S. Executive Officers (President, Vice-Presidents). From getting out the vote to enforcing campaigning policies, Elections Committee oversees the mechanics of the events and is made up of student-members who work together in ensuring that elections as fair and unbiased as possible. Time commitment varies depending on the quarter. Students intending to run for A.S. general elections CANNOT sit on Elections Committee.

Website: https://elections.as.ucsb.edu/

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Chair(s): Owen Skinner

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Elections Board: General Member

Openings: 2
Length: 1 Academic Year

Act as At-Large Representative and voting member of Elections Committee. Preside over assessment of the results of A.S. Elections. Responsible for implementing, interpreting, and enforcing election policies.



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Environmental Affairs Board - (No Openings)
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The Environmental Affairs Board (EAB) is the central student environmental group at UCSB. We provide students with opportunities to positively impact their surroundings through community service, political action, and leadership training. By extending the environmental movement to individuals from all walks of life, EAB has created a tight-knit community dedicated to changing the way we interact with the world. Our meetings are every Wednesday at 7 PM in the MultiCultural Center on campus. To find out more about EAB, please visit our website at www.ucsbEAB.com

Website: http://eab.as.ucsb.edu/

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Executive Fellowship - (No Openings)
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The program focuses on developing leadership skills, communication skills, a strong work ethic and building a sufficient knowledge base in order to contribute towards making UCSB a better place. In Fall Quarter fellows will be informed about the various issues facing the UCSB student body, taught how to plan and execute projects and new initiatives, given communication skills to effectively work within Associated Students, and create networks on campus to assist in their roles as agents of change on our campus.

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External Affairs Committee - (3 Open Positions)
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The Senate External Affairs Committee shall oversee all Associated Students activities regarding local, UC system, state, and federal government affairs.

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External Affairs: Student-at-Large Representative

Openings: 2
Length: 1 Year

To review all main motions introduced in the Senate related to the following matters, to
monitor the developments of these matters, and to propose main motions as necessary
related to these matters:
a) To consider and recommend positions to the Senate on all matters of a political
nature.
b) To research and initiate action to improve University housing and academics.
c) Review and hear reports from student representatives to Academic Senate and
Administrative Advisory Committees and draft necessary legislation in
response.
d) Deal with all matters involving University actions and policies both academic
and nonacademic.
e) Deal with all issues regarding Isla Vista, Santa Barbara County, UC System, State
of California, and Federal Government.
f) Hear recommendations on position papers from the External Vice Presidents and
A.S. Lobby Corps regarding UC Regent/UCOP Policy, legislation, and other
government actions.
g) Hear reports from the External Vice President of Local Affairs regarding the state
of the Isla Vista and Surrounding Community.
h) Hear reports from the External Vice President of Statewide Affairs regarding the
state of the UC Students Association and United States Students Association.
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Federal, State, UC Policy Analysts

Openings: 2
Length: 1 Academic Year

– The Policy Analysts run the committee think tank for global, federal, and state legislation research policy, and provides guidance around policy issues to the External Affairs Committee.
– Remain thoroughly informed on all relevant proceedings, legislation, and policy related to the work of the External Affairs Committee and the respective federal, state, or UC level.
– Publish weekly policy briefs pertaining to issues and legislations relevant to the student body and association.
– Work in partnership with the committee and Senate to pass resolutions related to global, national, and statewide issues.

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Media and Marketing Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

– Maintain the website, shoreline, social media groups, pages, and accounts and update them regularly.
– Create flyers for the committee’s projects, initiatives, and any information relevant to the committee’s work.
– Make tri-weekly Associated Students emails to the student body outlining recently passed resolutions and BCU/OSL updates.
– Work with the committee chair to publish committee meeting minutes and policy briefs.



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External Vice President of Local Affairs Office - (5 Open Positions)
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The Office of the EVPLA serves as the liaison between UCSB, Isla Vista, Goleta and the Santa Barbara area as a whole. Additionally, the EVPLA office focuses on issues related to safety, infrastructure, social justice issues, sustainability, and tenants' rights. All candidates must be available from 10-15 hours per week.

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External Vice President Of Local Affairs Office: Community Events Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Coordinate Halloween efforts between Associated Students, the Office of Student Life, and the County of Santa Barbara.
2) Work with Transportation and Parking Services, Isla Vista Commission, Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department, Housing and Residential Services, Major Events Committee and any relevant A.S. entities for events.3) Conduct a post-Halloween evaluation during fall quarter.
4) Work during winter and spring quarter to improve the previous year’s Halloween based on data found in the survey from that fall.
5) Begin planning for the fall Halloween during the spring quarter they are appointed.
6) Host a Halloween town forum in IV the week before Halloween.
7) Co-Coordinate Chilla Vista during the Spring quarter with the IV Community Liaison.
8) Organize special events that impact the community. This includes grassroots types of events, non-AS events, etc.
9) Coordinate Deltopia efforts between Associated Students, the Office of Student Life, and the County of Santa Barbara.
10) Serve a minimum of three (3) office hours per week.

11) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.



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External Vice President Of Local Affairs Office: CSD Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Educating the campus on local Isla Vista governance
2) Organizing a candidate forum for the Community Service District Board of Directors candidates
3) Creating educational pamphlets on what residents would be voting on in Isla Vista. This year, it was the Measure F pamphlet that showed it would cost 8% of utilities for the services the IV CSD would provide
4) Coordinating volunteer efforts for non-partisan voter registration along with canvassing in the community on local measures that will be on the ballot.
5) Attending meetings on voter registration efforts and the Community Service District
6) Coordinating volunteer efforts for tabling and creating poll maps for election day directing people to their polling locations in IV and on-campus

7) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.

 



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External Vice President Of Local Affairs Office: Isla Vista Community Liaison

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

The Isla Vista Community Liaison will focus on projects in Isla Vista and general welfare of the Isla Vista Community.
1) Act as a liaison to the A.S. Community Affairs Board.
2) Act as liaison to the Isla Vista Teen Center and attend regular meetings of the Isla Vista Community Network.
3) Work to nurture the relationship between long-term and short-term residents in Isla Vista, which may entail the creation of public forums and/or special events/projects in Isla Vista.

4) Act as a co-coordinator of Chilla Vista with the Community Events Coordinator.
5) Act as a liaison to the Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District and attend one (1) IVPRD meeting per quarter.
6) Meet with each of the four (4) AS Entities in the Isla Vista Food Cooperative contract and oversee and address problems.
7) Coordinate an annual “Lighting Walk” through Isla Vista, along with the Community Safety Coordinator, utilizing EVPLA staff and other volunteers to check on street lighting and report to Southern California Edison.
8) Act as a liaison to the A.S. Isla Vista Community Relations Committee.
9) Serve a minimum of three (3) office hours per week.
10) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


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External Vice President Of Local Affairs Office: Police Liaison

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Gather stakeholders and student/community leaders to sit on the resource board.
2) Serve as the AS chair of the board
3) Provide a safe space for productive dialogue between IV law enforcement and the community
4) Provide for and organize each monthly public meeting (spaces, time, lunch, agenda items)
5) Bridge the gap in order to build mutual trust between law enforcement and the community.
6) Maintain the Police Collaborative Board Project and hold at least two (2) meetings with the board.
7) Act as a liaison between Isla Vista Foot Patrol, University of California Police Department, and the Office of the External Vice President for Local Affairs.

8)Serve a term of one (1) academic year


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External Vice President Of Local Affairs Office: Publicity Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

1)Be responsible for maintaining a good public image for the External Vice President of Local Affairs and the EVPLA’s staff.

2) Act as a liaison to the campus media:
a) The Daily Nexus
b) A.S. The Bottom Line
c) KCSB
d) University Announcements
e) Any and all other media outlets.
3) Attend regular A.S. Communications Committee meetings.
4) Be responsible for producing state of the community updates on at least a quarterly basis.
5) Will advertise for any and all EVPLA related events, projects and campaigns.
6) Serve a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.
7) Have an active role in all EVPLA projects, as needed, including but not limited to writing press releases, logistical coordination, legislation and advertising.

8) Serve a term of one (1) academic year


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External Vice President of Statewide Affairs Office - (3 Open Positions)
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The External Vice President of Statewide Affairs Office is the official representative body of all students to the Federal Government, State Government, UC Regents, UC System-wide administration, UC Student Association, and US Student Association.

Website: http://www.facebook.com/pages/UCSB-EVPSA-Office/123402511047678

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External Vice President of Statewide Affairs Office: Environmental Affairs Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year


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External Vice President of Statewide Affairs Office: Fund The UC Campaign Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

The UCSA Campaign Coordinators shall be responsible for managing one UCSA campaign projects each and shall serve as the point of contact for said campaign. The amount of UCSA Campaign Coordinators hired will depend on the number of UCSA campaigns as decided at the UC Student Organizing Summit.

  1. Attend all EVPSA staff meetings and quarterly retreats.
  2.  Collaborate with other entities within A.S. to further the goals of any UCSA campaign they are working on.
  3.   Regularly check in with the UCSA campaign coordinator overseeing their campaign.
  4.  Attend UCSA Board meetings as needed to further campaign goals.
  5.  Serve a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.
  6.  Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


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External Vice President of Statewide Affairs Office: International Student Representative

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year


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Finance and Business Committee - (No Openings)
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Finance Board is the financial arm of the association. It is responsible for all "unbiased" budget allocations of AS monies and implementation. In addition, Finance Board will be responsible for approving all travel and entertainment of its favorite AS entities unless otherwise noted. Senate, via the approval of Finance Board minutes, must approve all motions made by Finance Board.

Website: http://www.as.ucsb.edu/financeboard/

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Food Bank Committee - (No Openings)
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The AS Food Bank is an organization that provides fresh, free, and nutritious food as wells as toiletries to the Gaucho community. Led by a group of diverse students who tackle food insecurity on campus, the food bank continually raises awareness on issues surrounding food. We offer an inclusive safe space for all students as well as a confidentiality in our services.

Website: https://foodbank.as.ucsb.edu/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ucsbasfoodbank/

Chair(s): Thao Phan

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Global Gaucho Commission - (1 Open Position)
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GGC: Marketing and Publicity Director

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Work with media outlets to publish timely commission information, such as press releases,

    flyers, brochures, and other materials.

  2. Be responsible for organizing and releasing any university email announcements about GGC.
  3. Shall oversee the advertising and marketing strategies for all events and the Commission in general in conjunction with the Creative Branding Director.
  4. Work closely with the Media Relations Committee, OISS, and various UCSB academic departments to help promote events.
  5. Maintain and monitor all commission social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
  6. Work with Special Projects Coordinators during planning of events to determine advertising and publicity needs, strategies, budgets, deadlines, etc.
  7. Shall hold a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.
  8. Shall serve as an available aid to the chairs and other commission members in their event and project planning.


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Healthy Campus Network Steering Committee - (1 Open Position)
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As part of the UC Global Food Initiative, President Napolitano recently approved a proposal for The Healthy Campus Network (HCN) with the goal of addressing the need for a strong, sustainable campus-coordinating structure “to make UC the healthiest place to work, learn and live.” This initiative is modeled after an established program at UCLA aimed at “making UCLA the healthiest campus in America”

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Healthy Campus Network Steering Committee: At-Large Student Representative

Openings: 1
Length:

The UCSB Healthy Campus Network Steering Committee will promote a wellness movement to make our campus the healthiest place in America to work, learn, and live.  UCSB HCN will provide coordination and publicity to healthy campus programs currently in place while innovating new solutions. We will consider all aspects of the environmental, financial, physical, professional, social, emotional, psychological, and cultural wellness of our community members in order to initiate and sustain continual improvements in campus health.



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Human Rights Board - (No Openings)
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The Human Rights Board of Associated Students serves as a forum centered on facilitating and amplifying the interaction of students groups - both within UCSB and our greater community. The Board recognizes its mission to create a forum that encourages, advocates, and promotes respectful and honest communication regarding the education and awareness of basic human rights. This includes, but is not limited to age, class, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, nationality, religion, race, size, sex, and sexuality. The main charge of the board is to promote open education and awareness through events and educational campaigns. The driving force behind this initiative is twofold: ignorance is the primary root of humyn rights abuses, and when collaborating together we are capable of making a much stronger impact. Please find the application below under website.
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Internal Affairs Committee - (No Openings)
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The Senate Campus Affairs Committee handles all matters pertaining to campus issues specifically: university and academic policy, on-campus residents, student affairs, campus safety, climate, student services, academic opportunities, and facilities. We study and review the legal code and make recommendations on needed legislation. We also review and give recommendations regarding Constitutional and By-Laws legislation proposed by the Senate. We oversee all matters regarding procedure in regards to appointments, selection processes, and discussion rules for legislation.

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Internal Vice President Office - (No Openings)
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The Internal Vice-President (IVP) serves as the Presiding Officer of the Senate and the representative of Associated Students in all internal affairs. The IVP is also responsible for advising and informing the President and the Senate on all campus matters. Members of this office will assist the IVP in the completion of their duties and advise the IVP on various matters.

Website: http://www.as.ucsb.edu/senate

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Investment Advisory Committee - (No Openings)
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To act as an advisory committee to the Legislative Council and the Associated Students for the investments of A.S. funds. The Legislative Council will make final policy decisions and the Executive Director will make operating decisions on all investments.

Website: http://investments.as.ucsb.edu

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Isla Vista Arts Board - (No Openings)
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The Associated Students Isla Vista Arts Board seeks to empower student-initiated performing and visual arts organizations that enable positive social change in Isla Vista. Isla Vista Arts is committed to building a habit of cultural attendance among all Isla Vistans and is dedicated to sponsoring programs that transform the community into a compelling cultural scene that reflects the vibrancy and sophistication of its nearest neighbor, UCSB. Isla Vista Arts will support free ?and low cost events including films, theatrical performances, and other arts programs for both students and Isla Vista community members. The Board will fund Isla Vista arts and culture programs including, but not limited to: WORD: Isla Vista Arts & Culture Magazine, IV Live, Magic Lantern Theater, The BOX, Shakespeare in the Park, and Nuestra Voz.

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Isla Vista Community Relations Committee - (No Openings)
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IVCRC is an Associated Students committee that works to promote and educate the Isla Vista community as a whole by nurturing the relationships between the long-term and short-term residents. In addition, IVCRC funds on-campus and off-campus groups that work to improve the community. IVCRC is a committee filled with active and passionate students who wish to bring the Isla Vista community as a whole together. We organize some of the biggest events in Isla Vista such as Pardall Carnival and Chilla Vista-- so be ready to put in a lot of work for IVCRC and for the community. These positions involve more than simply showing up to meetings and will require a lot of work outside of meeting times, but the work that IVCRC does is fulfilling and builds communities in ways that you never imagined! Please keep in mind that Pardall Carnival is the first or second Saturday of Fall Quarter 2017, so we will begin organizing in the summer.

Website: http://ivcrc.as.ucsb.edu

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Isla Vista Tenants Union (IVTU) - (No Openings)
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The Isla Vista Tenants Union (IVTU) is an organization serving the interests of Isla Vista tenants. We recognize the diversity of our community, and we strive to meet the different needs of our members while uniting our common interests as tenants. We educate tenants on their rights and responsibilities, and we act as a resource when problems occur. We believe people should live without the suffering that arises from discrimination, retaliation, or neglect. We reach out to property managers, the University, elected officials, local groups and individuals to realize our vision and address pressing tenant issues. In providing a service to the tenants of Isla Vista, we also hope to build a united, educated, and proactive community.

Website: http://www.ivtenantsunion.com/

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Chair(s): Riley Hull

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Judicial Council - (1 Open Position)
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The Associated Students Judicial Council provides students with a greater voice within the campus community. It is comprised of a chairperson, and four members-at-large. It operates very similar to the U.S. Supreme court and allows students to bring their concerns forward in a professional and open forum.

Website: http://judicial.as.ucsb.edu

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Judicial Council: Member

Openings: 1
Length: Lifetime Appointment

The Judicial Council shall:

1)  Hear all cases in original jurisdiction which it deems are necessary.

2)  Act as an appellate body for the lower and sub Judicial Council(s).

3)  Coordinate and be responsible for the activities of sub Judicial Council(s).

4)  Be empowered to render advisory opinions upon the request of a three-fourths (3/4ths) majority of the voting membership of the Senate.



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Legal Resource Center - (No Openings)
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The AS Legal Resource Center provides UCSB students with legal advising and education on any matters of concern to the UCSB undergraduates that are not prohibited by its contract. It shall be administered by a standing Committee, which will determine the structure and direction of this service.

Website: http://legal.as.ucsb.edu

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Living History Project - (No Openings)
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The Living History Project is a branch of Associated Students that tracks, archives, and narrates the history of student activism at UCSB. It traces the origins of organizations such as BSU, El Congreso, A.S. Queer Commission, Associated Students, etc. and outlines how they were developed and integrated into our community. This project shifts the historical point of view towards the students and shows how they enacted change on and off campus. The Living History Project amplifies the voices of the students in the face of corruption, injustice, and inequity and will continue to serve as a platform as current social and political issues arise.

Website: https://livinghistory.as.ucsb.edu/

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Lobby Corp - (7 Open Positions)
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Associated Students Lobby Corps is an organization that strives to unite activism, professionalism, and strategic action planning while implementing local, state-wide, and national campaigns. We initiate, develop, and implement campaigns that alter the relations of power that adversely affect students on the UCSB campus. Lobby Corps strives to instigate change within our current political reality, focusing on protecting the rights of students and fighting against the declining accessibility and quality of higher education. To this end, Lobby Corps will work on issues affecting all students especially those of underrepresented communities. Lobby Corps is an ASUCSB unit that researches and analyzes pending local, state, and national legislation and government programs. The goal of Lobby Corps is to influence legislators and government officials in order to promote student's views on issues that affect students as well as giving students real-world political and organizing experience.

Website: http://studentlobby.as.ucsb.edu

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Lobby Corp: Labor Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

Shall be responsible for informing the members of Lobby Corps, the EVPSA, the EVPLA, and AS Senate on all labor issues dealing with or affecting the University of California. Shall be responsible for maintaining communication and coordinating labor efforts with the United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) organization, the United Student Labor Action Coalition (USLAC), all on-campus labor unions, labor-oriented community groups, the Workers Rights Consortium, and other labor-focused organizations. Shall coordinate labor oriented campaigns in conjunction with registered student organizations on campus. 

Shall serve two (2) office hours per week. Shall attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats

 



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Lobby Corp: Lobby Trainer

Openings: 1
Length: 1

The Lobby Trainer will be responsible for preparing Lobby Corps members for lobby trips, including Lobbying skills trainings and briefings on the content of our legislation (to be prepared in conjunction with the Legislative Director). They’ll also provide similar trainings for all orgs Lobby Corps works with. Finally, they’ll maintain and update Lobby Corps’ google drive of lobbying-related educational materials. Shall serve two (2) office hours per week. Shall attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats



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Lobby Corps: Communications Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

The Communications Director is primarily responsible for disseminating information throughout the campus, as well as maintaining Lobby Corps’ connection and contact with all major Campus, Local, Statewide and National media outlets. They handle Lobby Corps’ social media accounts and are responsible for keeping the community informed about Lobby Corps’ work through regular updates. Lastly, the Communications Director coordinates all outreach and recruitment campaigns, specifically through: presentations in class and to other organizations, tabling, Week of Welcome Activities, and the creation of posters, flyers and signs. Like all officers, they are required to attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats, and are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week or more. The ideal applicant possesses background knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite Applications (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign) and is familiar with concepts relating to Graphic or Layout Design.



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Lobby Corps: External Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

The External Director shall be responsible for representing Lobby Corps to external entities, including AS Executive Offices, AS Senate, AS boards, commissions, and units, OSL organizations, as well as to the student body. They shall manage and coordinate all outreach and recruitment campaigns, specifically through class presentations, tabling, and Week of Welcome activities. They shall assist the Co-Chairs with

Like all officers, they are required to attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats, and are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week or more. The ideal applicant is outgoing, and will be available to start over Summer Session B.



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Lobby Corps: Internal Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Year

The Internal Director shall be responsible for assisting the Co-Chairs in the operational management of  Lobby Corps. The Internal Director oversees booking hotels and transportation for lobby trips. The Internal Director will also prepare agendas and take minutes at executive meetings, oversee Lobby Corps’ finances, and prepare budget requests. We’d also like the to see the Internal Director play a central role in leading and supporting Lobby Corps’ general members; the specifics of this responsibility will depend on the Internal Director’s preferences. Like each other Lobby Corps Officer, they are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week, and attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats.



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Lobby Corps: Legislative Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

The Legislative Director will be primarily responsible for working in conjunction with the Co-Chairs to develop a legislative agenda that fights for student needs at the local, state, and national levels. The Legislative Director will flag all legislation that is introduced and relevant to UC students, and work with the Co-Chairs to create a list of core priorities. The Legislative Director will use trackers to follow bills and update the Executive Board about progress and upcoming committee hearings, votes, or other deadlines. The Legislative Director will also provide the written content for social media posts & leave-behind materials to the Comms Director. Finally, the Legislative Director will work with Lobby Trainers to prepare bill briefings. The Legislative Director will also maintain a working database of key legislators and their positions on student issues. Like all officers, they are required to attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats, and are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week or more.



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Lobby Corps: Scheduling Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

The primary duty of the Scheduling Director is to schedule lobby visits with Legislators throughout the year. The Scheduling Director shall coordinate with the Co-Chairs to set a quarterly Lobby Corps calendar that contains events, lobby visits, meetings, and retreats, and shall maintain a database of the contact information of the offices of elected representatives. Like all officers, they are required to attend all Lobby Corps meetings and quarterly retreats, and are required to hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week or more. The ideal applicant is willing to start over the summer.



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Office of the Attorney General - (2 Open Positions)
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The Attorney General shall act as the investigator and prosecutor in those cases which she/he brings to Judicial Council of violations against the A.S. Constitution and By-laws. She/he may also serve as an advisor to those who wish to bring a case themselves.

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Office of the Attorney General: Caseworkers

Openings: 0
Length: 1 Academic Year

Caseworkers in the office of the Attorney General assist the Attorney and Solicitor Generals in conducting investigations and prosecutions of violations of the Associated Students Legal Code.

Caseworker duties include, but are not limited to:

  1. Maintaining a strong knowledge of the A.S. UCSB Legal Code and Financial Policies and Procedures.
  2. Attending at least one (1) meeting of the Senate and A.S. Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Business per quarter, but shall be highly encouraged to attend more.
  3. Shall attend at least two (2) meetings of assigned A.S. Entities.
  4. Assist with casework as assigned.
  5. Review the minutes of all A.S. Entities in order to ensure that all A.S. Entities are operating within the parameters provided in the A.S. UCSB Legal Code and the Financial Policies and Procedures.


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Office of the Attorney General: The Solicitor General

Openings: 0
Length: 1 Academic Year

The Solicitor General is the chief litigation advisor to the Attorney General, and the OAG Chief of Staff, responsible for organizing and running the Attorney General’s Office. The Solicitor General shall:

a) Maintain a strong knowledge of the A.S. UCSB Legal Code as well as the A.S.
Financial Policies and Procedures.
b) In the absence of the Attorney General, assume the duties and powers of the
Attorney General.
c) Assist and advise the Attorney General with the prosecution of cases brought to
Judicial Council.
d) Direct the OAG staff, under the guidance of the Attorney General, to work on
cases involving violations of the A.S. UCSB Legal Code, including the
assignment and follow-up of case-work.
e) Organize and co-facilitate weekly staff meetings.
f) Check in regularly with office staff to provide support in their work.
g) Assume or delegate the responsibilities of any vacant positions within the OAG
until such position is filled.
h) Attend three (3) Senate meetings on behalf of, or in addition to, the Attorney
General.
i) Hold a minimum of two (2) weekly office hours.
j) Attempt to attend at least one (1) meeting per quarter of all other Associated
Students regular meetings as time permits.
k) Attend at least two (2) meetings per quarter of the Senate Standing Committee
on Finance and Business.
l) Actively seek out violations of the elections code to be reported to the elections
committee.



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Office of the Controller - (1 Open Position)
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To act as a consulting body for the following Associated Students' Units: A.S. Bike Shop, A.S. Cashiers, A.S. Community Financial Fund, A.S. Publications, A.S. Ticket Office, A.S. Legal Resource Center, and any new services which may be developed by the Sub-Committee. This committee will serve as a recommending body for the aforementioned groups to the Legislative Council and the A.S. Executive Director. The office serves as a liaison between A.S. Business Managers, student employees and Legislative Council. The office mainly seeks proposals for other business enterprises or ventures and will serve as the recommending body to Legislative Council for all proposals for future A.S. business enterprises.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/ASOOTC/

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Office of the Controller: Business Analyst Position

Openings: 5
Length: 1

*The primary quality we are looking for in applicants is a sense of responsibility and commitment. If you do not have the time to dedicate to the office (at least 2 hours/week), please do not apply.*

Business Analyst Responsibilities:
– Attend weekly meetings and be ready to present work
– Completes the tasks assigned to him/her by the Senior Business Analyst, Assistant Controller, and Controller
– Works with another Business Analyst on a consulting, accounting, and/or new venture project headed by a Senior Business Analyst

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Office of the Student Advocate General - (7 Open Positions)
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The Office of the Student Advocate (OSA) shall facilitate open and honest communication between students and the University by providing free and confidential peer support advice and assistance to any student, student organization, or student group involved in a dispute with the University or any other entity within the University community. All staff members of the OSA shall advocate for any student requesting the services of the OSA. It is the responsibility of the OSA to give students the tools and information necessary to assist and aid them to either address their situation individually, or to be assisted by an OSA staff member. In addition, the OSA shall promote students’ rights as well as work to change and challenge policies of the University on behalf of the students of UCSB.

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Office of the Student Advocate General: Academic Division Caseworker

Openings: 2
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Assist in all matters requested by the Student Advocate General and/or the Chief of
Staff regarding cases pertaining to Academic Judicial Affairs.
2) Collaborate with The Student Advocate General and Chief of Staff in devising policy
changes and special projects pertaining to Academic Judicial Affairs.
3) Conduct casework pertaining to Academic Judicial Affairs.
4) Be acquainted with judicial officers in University Judicial Affairs.
5) Shall attend four (4) meetings of the Academic Affairs Board per quarter.
6) Analyze and track casework to plan and coordinate quarterly community projects
pertaining to Academic Affairs.
7) Hold a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all of the
responsibilities of the position.
8) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.



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Office of the Student Advocate General: Community Outreach Coordinators

Openings: 3
Length: 1 Academic Year

 The Community Outreach Coordinators shall:

1) Be responsible for projects and outreach that focus on advocacy and upholding student rights.

2) Serve as liaison to AS entities and other student organizations involved in advocacy efforts, including but not limited to: a) SCORE, SIRRC, Take Back the Night b) El Congreso, IDEAS c) Isla Vista Community Services District d) RHA

3) Work closely with the polling analysts in developing and executing quarterly polls that will assist in the implementation of office projects and/or other special projects.

4) Host at least one (1) quarterly town hall and/or public forum to support the implementation of a special project and assist in the development of quarterly polls.

5) Work with the External Deputy Chief of Staff, Chief of Staff, and Student Advocate General in developing the advocacy agenda.

6)  Serve a term of one (1) academic year.

7) Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours a week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position.



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Office of the Student Advocate General: Director of Public Relations

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Assist in all matters requested by the Student Advocate General and/or the Chief of Staff
pertaining to the public relations of the OSA, including outreach, advertising, and
recruitment.
2) Act as the supervisor of all OSA outreach, advertising, and recruitment.
3) Maintain visibility of the OSA via: t-shirts, banners, posters, etc.
4) Be knowledgeable of local and campus resources relevant to publicity of the OSA (e.g.
A.S. Publications, A.S. Graphic Design, and A.S. Media Relations).
5) Hold a minimum of four (4) office hours per week.



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Office of the Student Advocate General: Policy Analyst

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Assist the Student Advocate General with presenting the position of the Associated
Students to the University’s administration concerning student rights, campus rules, and
other areas of student conduct.
2) Assist the Student Advocate General in presenting the position of the office to the
Associated Students Senate.
3) Will create quarterly reports with the Student Advocate General and will present
alongside the Student Advocate General to the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs,
Judicial Affairs director, Chancellor, UCPD and Director of Title IX.
4) Responsible for organizing and operating the Associated Students Executive Fellowship
alongside the Chief of Staff and Deputy Chiefs of Staff.
5) Assist the Chief of Staff in the execution of their duties.
a) Will be responsible for conducting meetings if SAG, Chief of Staff, Internal
Deputy Chief of Staff and/or External Deputy Chief of Staff are not present.
6) Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all
responsibilities of the position.
7) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.



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Office of the Student Advocate General: Polling Analysts

Openings: 3
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Be responsible for conducting quarterly polls pertaining to political dialogues,  periodic needs-assessments, and/or the development of office projects  within  for the benefit of the Association and the UCSB community.

     a) Work to develop, improve, and enhance polling methodologies and implementations within the OSA.

b) Work closely with the community outreach coordinators in developing and executing quarterly polls.

c) Must work with community outreach coordinators to outline a detailed plan and timeline to successfully conduct the quarterly polls.

d) The approval of the proposed plans for polls and projects will come at the discretion of the External Chief of Staff, with the final approval of the Student Advocate General.

        2) Be responsible for executing a detailed analysis of quarterly polls.

a) Be able to present this analysis both mathematically and rhetorically to the Student Advocate General, OSA Office, and other AS entities, including Senate.

        3) Serve as a representative to communicate with the student body, AS offices, and AS Entities regarding polling data to ensure understanding of all analyses and conclusions.

        4) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.

    5) Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position.



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Office of the Student Advocate General: Public Interest Division Caseworker

Openings: 2
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Assist in all matters requested by the Student Advocate General and/or the Chief of Staff
regarding social justice.
a) They will support the Student Advocate General and/or Chief of Staff in matters
concerning social justice by organizing with organizations/devising policy
changes that work to support the Associated Students Bill of Rights.
b) They will support the Student Advocate General and/or Chief of Staff in matters
concerning social justice by brining issues that the community organizers can
then execute.
2) Collaborate with the Chief of Staff in conducting casework pertaining to social justice
3) Collaborate with The Student Advocate General and Chief of Staff in devising policy
changes and special projects pertaining to social justice.
4) Shall attend at least one (1) meeting of each social justice Board and Commission such as:
Human Rights Board, Queer Commission, Commission on Disability Equality, Student
Commission On Racial Equality, and Womyn’s Commission during the academic year.
5) Analyze and track casework to plan and coordinate quarterly community projects
pertaining to social justice.
6) Hold a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all
responsibilities of the position.



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Office of the Student Advocate General: Student Conduct Division Caseworker

Openings: 2
Length: 1 Academic Year

1) Assist in all matters requested by the Student Advocate General and/or the Chief of Staff
regarding Social Conduct
2) Collaborate with the Chief of Staff in conducting casework pertaining to Social Conduct.
3) Collaborate with The Student Advocate General and Chief of Staff in devising policy
changes and special projects pertaining to Social Conduct.
4) Shall attend at least one (1) meeting of each social conduct Board and Commission such
as; Take Back The Night, Public Safety Commission, and Commission on Student WellBeing
per quarter
5) Be proficiently knowledgeable of Student Conduct policies, rules, and regulations.
6) Analyze and track casework to plan and coordinate quarterly community projects
pertaining to Student Conduct.
7) Serve a minimum of four (4) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all
responsibilities of the position.
8) Serve a term of one (1) academic year



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Pardall Center Governance Board - (3 Open Positions)
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Pardall Center Governance Board: Student Representative at Large

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

The Pardall Center Shared governance board serves the Pardall center which is funded by UCSB’s associated students. This board meets to discuss and come up with solutions and policies regarding the Pardall Center with respect to the Isla Vista community. This board is also in charge of managing the Pardall Center’s budget. Serving on this board is a great way to gain knowledge of the policies and the culture that is Isla vista and its relation to Associated Students as well as the University.

The student rep at large will serve for one year and is eligible for re-appointment

  • Shall participate in decision making as a voting member
  • Shall attend Board meetings and maintain regular communication with the governance board
  • Shall Promote the Pardall Center Governance Board’s functions and efforts to the campus community
  • Some projects can include organizing events such as Pardall center Study jam and other community related events.


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Pardall Center Governance Board: Treasurer

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

Duties of the Treasurer

  1. Shall keep and maintain, or cause to be kept and maintained, adequate and correct books and records of accounts of the properties and business transactions of the Pardall Center Governance Board.
  2. Shall prepare the Board’s budget for the following year in conjunction with the Chair and Vice-Chair.
  3. Shall give a weekly fiscal report to the Board.
  4. Shall be responsible for collecting all requisitions and returning them to the Chairs.
  5. Must complete requisition forms for any OSL that has been approved funding by the board within a week of the meeting in which it was approved.
  6. Attend one A.S. Finance and Business Committee meeting per quarter.
  7. Hold one (1) office hour per week at the Pardall Center.


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Pardall Center Governance Board: Vice-Chair

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

The Pardall Center Shared governance board serves the Pardall center which is funded by UCSB’s associated students. This board meets to discuss and come up with solutions and policies regarding the Pardall Center with respect to the Isla Vista community. This board is also in charge of managing the Pardall Center’s budget. Serving on this board is a great way to gain knowledge of the policies and the culture that is Isla vista and its relation to Associated Students as well as the University.

The Vice Chairperson shall serve the board

  • as the chief officer of Governance board when the Chairperson is absent
  • is responsible for minute taking

 



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President's Office (ASOP) - (3 Open Positions)
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The AS President acts as the official representative of the student body in all campus, system-wide, local, state, and federal matters. The office is here as a resource to accomplish the goals and address the concerns of YOU, the students.

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President’s Office: Communications Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

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Communications Director (needs experience with event planning and social media/graphic design)

*Will require a presentation of past social media work during interview

Will engage the student body vis-à-vis the Office of the President’s presence on campus and coordinate outreach efforts with identified campus entities.
1) Keep abreast of all A.S., Student Organization, Department, Campus, and Community events and coordinate the President’s presence.
2) Ensures that all aspects of communication are covered to ensure that the President’s message has been delivered clearly and successful
3) Devise a transparent communications strategy to promote the President’s agenda through all media outlets.
4) Maintain a transparent Office of the President by actively advertising major campaigns, actions, and lobby efforts through all available sources of media.
5) Aid the Chief of Staff in publicizing internship and/or volunteer opportunities available in the Office of the President.
6) Be responsible for maintaining a positive public image for the Office of the President and the Office of the President’s staff.
7) Organize quarterly forums and regular, targeted town halls.
8) Hold a weekly one-on-one meeting with the President to strategize weekly appearances.
9) Serve a minimum of two (2) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position.
10) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.



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President’s Office: Director of Alumni Affairs

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

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1) The Director of Alumni Affairs shall be appointed by the President.

2) The Director of Alumni Affairs shall serve a term of office of one (1) academic year beginning with the installation of the President-Elect and ending with the President’s term of office. 

3) Works with the President to facilitate and maintain communication between the students and alumni, duties include but are not limited to;

  1. Attend Alumni Association and Foundation events upon the request of the President.
  2. Shall be the proxy for the President at Alumni Association or Foundation events if the President cannot attend.
  3.  Participate on subcommittees of the Alumni Association and Foundation upon request (ex. Alumni Association All Gaucho Reunion Committee).

 4) Coordinate student participation in alumni events, Committees, etc. 

 5) Works with Associated Students career staff to maintain the A.S. Alumni database. 

 6) Coordinates events with alumni that include but are not limited to: 

  1. Associated Students Reunion 
  2. Quarterly Past President’s Council Calls 

 7) Shall be a member of the President’s cabinet. 

 8) Shall hold at least two (2) office hours per week. 

 9) Shall report to the Senate at least once a quarter. 

 10) Assists in the stewardship of the Associated Students Endowment. 

 11) Assists in the facilitation of the Senior Class Gift



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President’s Office: Legislative Director

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

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Legislative Director (requires experience drafting Senate legislation)

Shall be the President’s chief liaison to the AS Senate and its committees.

1) Draft all legislation as requested by the AS President.
2) Stay up to date on all actions and affairs of the AS Senate and inform the AS President of business that is of importance to the Office of the President.
3) Advocate for the passage of legislation supported by the Office of the President and Executive Office.
4) Advise the President on all legislation at the local, statewide, and national level.
5) Attend four (4) AS Senate meetings per quarter.
6) Serve two (2) office hours per week.
7) Attend all staff meetings of the Office of the President.
8) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.
9) The individual holding this position may not serve as a proxy for an AS Senator due to a direct conflict of interest as the chief liaison of the President to the AS Senate and its committees

 



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Program Board - (No Openings)
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Website: https://aspb.as.ucsb.edu

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Public and Mental Health Commission - (No Openings)
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The A.S. Public and Mental Health Commission is a body concerned with the healthcare and mental health of UCSB undergraduate students. The commission aims to address relevant public health issues and works through student-run projects in coordination with Student Health, CAPS, and other relevant entities. The commission will advocate and serve as a point of reference for other health and mental health entities on campus, collaborating with them to lessen the burden of students through informative and preventative actions. Its purpose is to promote the awareness of student health and mental health concerns in our community, while taking direct action to address and combat these issues accordingly.

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Chair(s): June Han

Chair(s) Emails: as-pmhc-cochair@ucsb.edu


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Public Safety Commission - (6 Open Positions)
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The A.S. Public Safety Commission will work to increase the level of safety throughout the Isla Vista and the UCSB campus. The commission will focus on all safety issues concerning the student body as well as increasing student relations and communications with Isla Vista Foot Patrol, California Highway Patrol, UC Police Department, and the Office of Student Life in a positive manner. To help accomplish such improvement of relations and communications the commission shall organize projects and campaigns pertaining to public safety.

Website: http://cops.as.ucsb.edu/

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Public Safety Commission: Chair

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

a) Presides over all Public Safety Commission meetings.
b) Responsible for formulation of the agenda for each Public Safety Commission meeting.
c) Responsible for attending at least two (2) Senate meetings per quarter to report on the Committee�s actions.
d) Appoints commission officers.
e) Hold a minimum of three (3) office hours per week.
f) Shall attend all BCU Chair Council Meetings.
g) Shall attend two (2) meetings per quarter for the following BCUs: Queer Commission, Take Back the Night, BIKES, Commission on Student Wellbeing, Committee on Disability Equality.
h) Shall meet with the EVPLA Safety Coordinator at least twice per quarter, as well as maintain regular communication.
i) Creates and maintains the COPS Public Safety Commission budget.



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Public Safety Commission: Isla Vista Safety Liaison

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

a) Work with Public Safety Commission in discussing, implementing, and evaluating any specific matters of safety in Isla Vista.
b) Act as a liaison to Isla Vista Foot Patrol, Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District, and any other safety-relevant Isla Vista entities (groups or individuals).



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Public Safety Commission: Law Enforcement Liaison

Openings:
Length:

a)  Work with Public Safety Commission in discussing, implementing, and evaluating any specific matters of safety in Isla Vista.

b)  Act as a liaison to Isla Vista Foot Patrol, Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District, and any other safety-relevant Isla Vista entities (groups or individuals).

c)  Table six (6) hours per quarter.

 



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Public Safety Commission: UCIV Liaison

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

Managing, representing, expanding and coordinating UCIV program. Presides over UCIV Collaborative Board meetings. Responsible formulation of the agenda for UCIV Collaborative Board meeting. Responsible for formulating report of the meeting to be forwarded to Safety Commission. Acts as one of the head supervisors for UCIV. Assists in formulating and maintaining the inventory of UCIV items.



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Public Safety Commission: Vice Chair

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

– Fulfills duties of the Chair, if Chairperson is unable to do so.

– Responsible for attending at least one (1) Senate meeting per quarter to report on the Committee’s actions.

–  Hold a minimum of one (1) office hour per week.

– Table six (6) hours per quarter.

–  Attend at least one (1) Isla Vista Community Network meeting per quarter.

–  Shall act as the Public Safety Commission Historian by maintaining a binder containing meeting minutes and project documents.



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Public Safety Commission:Social Media and Technology Outreach

Openings: 1
Length: 1 Academic Year

Publicity coordinator for Public Safety Commission. Publish, report, and manage social media for Public Safety Commission and UCIV. Work to promote Public Safety Commission within the community through web
presence (including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram),
signage, peer outreach, and events.
Act to increase awareness of and involvement with Public Safety Commission in the UCSB and Isla Vista communities. Hold a minimum of one (1) office hour per week.



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Recycling - (No Openings)
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Website: https://recycling.as.ucsb.edu/

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Chair(s): Bob Smith

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Senate - (No Openings)
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As On-Campus senator you represent the students students living in residential life. You will be the voice of over 5,000 UCSB undergrads. You must attend weekly meetings on Wednesdays at 6:30pm. You must have over a 2.0 cumulative GPA and be a full time student. You also must be living in a residence hall next year.

Website: https://www.as.ucsb.edu/senate

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Student Commission on Racial Equality (S.C.O.R.E.) - (No Openings)
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The A.S. Student Commission on Racial Equality is a body funded by the UCSB undergraduates concerned with providing a positive and comfortable learning environment for persons from diverse and underrepresented social backgrounds.

Website: http://score.as.ucsb.edu

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Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee - (6 Open Positions)
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SIRRC is a collective effort of students catering to the needs of local and academic communities. We foster guidance and support for underrepresented communities in the pursuit of higher education. Also establishing the fundamental interaction needed to create a long-term recruitment and retention program within our UCSB community.

Website: http://sirrc.as.ucsb.edu

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Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee: Executive Co-Chairs

Openings: 2
Length: One Academic Year

Duties and Powers of Co-Chairs:
1) Schedule, attend, and facilitate all weekly meetings of the Committee, or send a proxy
when unable to attend. 2) Be the official spokespersons for the Committee.3) Have ultimate responsibility for the fiscal management of the entire Committee. 4) Oversee the entire Committee. 5) Present quarterly reports to the Senate. 6) Actively work with other organizations who are either providing or are looking to
provide retention and recruitment programs/activities. 7) Set a minimum of four (4) office hours per week in a regularly scheduled location. 8) Shall schedule, attend, and facilitate all weekly officer meetings to discuss updates,
concerns, and current or future projects.



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Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee: Publicity/Ourstorian Coordinators

Openings: 2
Length: One Academic Year

1) Assist in compiling a yearbook for the year, including pictures, articles, etc. as a living
history project which should be stored in the A.S. Annex. 2) Be available as historical reference with respect to questions on the Committee’s past.
3) Attempt to communicate with previous year’s Media/Publicity/Ourstorian
Coordinators. 4) Provide advertisement for all events put on by the Committee. 5) Be responsible for all media & publicity related actions. 6) Attend all Committee meetings or send a proxy. 7) Set a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.



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Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee: Recruitment/Outreach Co-Chairs

Openings: 2
Length: One Academic Year

1) Create and develop educational materials about recruitment programs. 2) Work to develop student initiated outreach programs. 3) Serve as Liaison to organizations doing student initiated recruitment programs. 4) Develop and sustain relationships with local community and statewide school
recruitment programs. 5) Provide recruitment ideas and programs for the Committee to carry on with. 6) Attend all Committee meetings or send a proxy. 7) Set a minimum of three (3) office hours per week.



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Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee: Retention Co-Chairs

Openings: 2
Length: One Academic Year

1) Create and develop educational materials about retention programs including the Book
Bank and the Guiding Undergraduates in Developing Educational Success (G.U.I.D.E.S.)
program. 2) Work to develop student initiated retention programs. 3) Serve as Liaison to organizations doing student initiated retention programs. 4) Develop and sustain relationships with community organizations and statewide school
retention programs. 5) Provide recruitment ideas and programs for the Committee to carry on with. 6) Attend all Committee meetings or send a proxy.
7) Set a minimum of three (3) office hours per week.



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Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee: Secretary

Openings: 1
Length: One Academic Year

1) Be responsible for taking minutes for the Committee at all meetings and retreats.
2) Send out all weekly meeting minutes to the EXOLC listserve, the A.S. mailer, and the
S.I.R.R.C. (Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee) community listserve.
3) Be responsible for emailing and outreaching to Committees and the student body about
upcoming events as well as maintaining an organized funding request agenda for
S.I.R.R.C. (Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee) meetings.
4) Attend all Committee meetings or send a proxy.
5) Set a minimum of one (1) office hours per week.
6) Assist the Executive Co-Chairs in developing and organizing the weekly agenda for general
S.I.R.R.C. (Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee) meetings.



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Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee: Treasurer

Openings: 1
Length: One Academic Year

1) Has responsibility for fiscal management of the Committee. 2) In conjunction with the Chairs, shall prepare Committee’s budget for the following year. 3) Give a weekly financial report to the Committee. 4) Assist the Committee in doing financial evaluations for an annual report. 5) Attend all Committee meetings or send a proxy. 6) Set a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.



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Student Lobby - (No Openings)
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Associated Students Student Lobby is located on the first floor of the Multicultural Center. It features well-trodden carpet and uncomfortable chairs that house the transient rears of students nervously awaiting CoC interviews or seeking respite from the fine 70 degree weather outside. Some also call it an organization that strives to unite activism, professionalism, and strategic action planning while implementing local, state-wide, and national campaigns. We initiate, develop, and implement campaigns that alter the relations of power that adversely affect students on the UCSB campus. Student Lobby strives to instigate change within our current political reality, focusing on protecting the rights of students and fighting against the declining accessibility and quality of higher education. To this end, Student Lobby will work on issues affecting all students especially those of under represented communities.

Website: http://studentlobby.as.ucsb.edu/

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Take Back the Night - (7 Open Positions)
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The charge of the Take Back the Night Committee is to raise awareness about issues surrounding sexual violence through activism, advocacy, and survivor empowerment. It aids survivors in finding and demonstrating their empowerment, provides a forum for survivors and allies alike to make their voices heard, and creates an environment in which survivors of sexual violence can begin to heal.

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Take Back the Night: External Chair

Openings: 1
Length: One Academic Year

Duties and Powers of the Co-Chair:

  1. At least one (1) chair shall attend at least one Senate meeting a quarter and give a report on the current status of the Committee.
  2. At least one Take Back the Night Co-Chair shall attend all BCC Chair Council Meetings.
  3. Shall build coalitions to ensure statewide actions, campaigns, and projects are enacted on UC Santa Barbara campus.
  4. Shall hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.

Duties and Powers of the External Chair:

  1. Shall handle public relations for the committee and shall be the official spokesperson for the committee.
  2.  Shall facilitate collaboration between the committee, administrators and Office of Student Life (OSL) organizations.
  3.  Shall work with the Publicity Coordinator to advertise and publicize events and membership within the committee.


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Take Back the Night: Finance Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length: One Academic Year
  1.  Shall maintain all fiscal management of the Committee in conjunction with the Internal Chair.
  2. Shall collaborate and discuss with the Co-Chairs and prepare an annual budget for the Committee.
  3. Shall give a weekly financial report to the Committee.
  4. Shall prepare allocation requests and requisition forms for all financial matters.
  5. Shall hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.


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Take Back the Night: Internal Chair

Openings: 1
Length:

Duties and Powers of the Co-Chairs:

  1. At least one (1) chair shall attend at least one (1) Senate meeting a quarter and give a report on the current status of the Committee.
  2.  At least one (1) Take Back the Night Co-Chair shall attend all BCC Chair Council Meetings.
  3. Shall build coalitions to ensure statewide actions, campaigns, and projects are enacted on UC Santa Barbara campus.
  4. Shall hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.

Duties and Powers of the Internal Chair:

  1.  Shall facilitate and chair all Take Back the Night meetings.
  2.  Shall have ultimate responsibility for the fiscal management of the entire committee.
  3. Shall facilitate collaboration between the committee and other Associated Students organizations.


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Take Back the Night: Off-Campus Outreach Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Shall plan and conduct outreach to the community at large, specifically towards the off- campus population, other UCSB campus organizations, and the Greek community to gain and build membership.
  2. Shall coordinate with the Publicity Coordinator.
  3. Shall collaborate with the On-Campus Coordinator to organize an outreach effort at least once (1) a quarter.
  4. Shall hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.


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Take Back the Night: On-Campus Outreach Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Shall work to outreach to the on-campus community, specifically targeting the residence halls and other on campus housing to gain and build membership.
  2. Shall attend at least one (1) Residence Hall Association and one (1) Student Apartment Community Council meeting a quarter to announce upcoming events and meeting times.
  3. Shall work with the Publicity Coordinator.
  4. Shall collaborate with the Off-campus Coordinator to organize an outreach effort at least once (1) a quarter.
  5. Shall hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.


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Take Back the Night: Ourstorian

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Shall record meeting minutes and send to all relevant entities.
  2. Shall delegate at least one (1) committee member to attend all Take Back the Night- funded programs and events, in order to evaluate them.
  3. Shall be in charge of graphic design and all relevant tasks for the committee.
  4. Shall hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.


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Take Back the Night: Publicity Coordinator

Openings: 1
Length:
  1. Shall prepare and manage all publicity efforts of the Committee.
  2. Shall give a weekly report to the Committee regarding publicity efforts.
  3. Shall work in conjunction with the Outreach Coordinators to publicize Committee recruitment and events.
  4. Shall hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.


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Technology and Media Services Committee - (No Openings)
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The Technology and Media Services Committee's (TSC) purpose is to (1) provide recommendations on legislation relating to the purchase of technology and network related requests; (2) have the responsibility and authority to recommend the allocation of computer and network equipment within ASUCSB as seen necessary; (3) initiate research methods to reduce costs and of computer purchases; (4) review and oversee ASUCSB entities' computer and network purchases; (5) review and prioritize all media requests from ASUCSB bodies and Units prior to submitting those requests to Creative Media (6) setting and reviewing ASUCSB media policies and practices (7) oversee all expenditures of the A.S. Marketing budget.

Website: http://tech.as.ucsb.edu/

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The Bottom Line - (No Openings)
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Established in 2006 following a series of tenant evictions in Isla Vista, The Bottom Line newspaper has evolved as a newspaper that gives a voice and a platform for students. We reach out to UCSB students, staff, and faculty through a medium of socially conscious coverage within the campus community to present well-researched and informative news and content to its readership. Read more about our story at https://thebottomline.as.ucsb.edu/about To apply for a position, applicants can reach out to us at marketing@bottomlineucsb.com to get involved and editors@bottomlineucsb.com for general inquiries.

Website: http://thebottomline.as.ucsb.edu/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tblucsb/

Chair(s): Arianna Mcdonald for 2020-2021

Chair(s) Emails: eic@bottomlineucsb.com


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Trans & Queer Commission (TQCOMM) - (7 Open Positions)
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The A.S. Queer Commission shall serve as an educational and advocacy forum for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT), Queer, and Intersex (LGBTQI) student's rights, with a commitment to representing and improving the status of LGBTQI students on campus and in the community. The A.S. Queer Commission is working toward becoming a diverse group of members that increases awareness, educates, elicits appreciation, offers insights, towards the LGBTQI community at UCSB and also the Tri-County areas. The Commission will also work together with other campus and community groups to overcome problems such as homophobia, heterosexism, transphobia, biphobia, hate incidents/crimes and other forms of oppression. ***BEFORE APPLYING FOR A POSITION, please familiarize yourself with our legal code (see "Website") and the requirements of the position you are applying for***

Website: http://goo.gl/forms/gpEm4Jv5k5

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Co-Chairs

Openings: 2
Length: One Academic Year

1) Stay abreast of the political environment in the community. 

2) Facilitate all Commission meetings or, if unable, delegate said responsibility to another officer. 

3) Handle public relations for the Commission and serve as the official spokesperson(s) for the Commission. 

4) Coordinate the operations of all special projects and attempt to be of help in any problem or issue that may arise. 

5) Hold a minimum of three (3) regularly scheduled office hours per week. 

6) Be responsible for the fiscal management of the Commission and for checking and maintaining the Trans & Queer Commission email in collaboration with the Administrative Chair. 

7) Prepare the Commission’s budget for the following year. 

8) Present at least two (2) reports to the Senate per quarter regarding the activities of the Commission. 

9) A.S. Assembly each quarter. 

10) Be available for reference with respect to questions and inquiries on Commission’s past past Commissions. 

11) Have a working relationship with all of the A.S. Executive Officers, and keep the A.S. Executive Offices accountable to issues pertaining to the Trans & Queer community. 

12) Coordinate a quarterly retreat for all of the Commission’s membership in order to create strategy charts for the Commission’s special projects, as well as create a schedule of deadlines and events for the quarter. 

13) Meet with each Commission officer at the beginning of each quarter (and follow up with an additional meeting if necessary) to keep officers accountable and aware of their position’s responsibilities, expectations, and project(s). 

14) Recruit Co-Chairs if not selected during Spring Elections.

15) Collect quarterly progress reports from each board member by Week 9 of every quarter.



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Pride Commissioners

Openings: 2
Length: 1 Academic Year

Duties and Powers
1) Stay abreast of the political environment of the campus community.
2) Attend all meetings.
3) Begin a rough list of events for Pride week and assist the Vice Co-Chairs to build a Pride Steering Committee by the end of Fall quarter. In addition to helping construct the Pride Committee, they will assist other board members with their projects. By the start of Winter Quarter, they will begin actively organizing Pride. By the ninth week of Winter quarter complete all contracts and funding for Pride.
4) Hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours.
5) Assist the Internal Coordinator in planning/executing QLC townhall meetings.
6) Attend all QLC meetings.



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Queer Commission: Administrative Chair

Openings: 1
Length: One Academic Year

1) Record and be responsible for distribution of minutes to members, officers, the Senate, and organizations which request updates within the next business day.

  1. a) Distribute minutes to members upon request.
  1. b) Keep a record of all meeting attendees and an updated list of all voting members.

2) Keep an Excel sheet with the commission’s budget to be updated weekly and either kept on the A.S. Queer Commission office computer, or distributed to all of the elected members. 

2) Maintain an updated record of the budget that will be updated weekly and includes all expenditures of the commission, and distribute it to all officers members on a regular basis.  

3) Oversee an A.S. Queer Commission archive. 

4) Be a member of the Pride Steering Committee and record and be responsible of Pride minutes and distribute Pride minutes to members in A.S. Trans & Queer Commission on a weekly basis.

5) Present tri-weekly reports on what funds remain in the budget for the quarter for Trans & Queer Commission.  

6) Hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week. 

7) Maintain an updated record of the history of stipulations given by Queer Commission to organizations we have funded. 

8) Work with Co-Chairs to address all financial emails in a timely fashion.

9) Outreach to community organizations (such as the RCSGD, Black Quare, La Familia de Colores, etc.) at the beginning of every quarter to ensure a bridge of communication is maintained & to reassure Trans & Queer Commission’s commitment to funding LGBTQIA+ events.   

 



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Queer Commission: Emerging Leader Commissioner

Openings: 2
Length: One Academic Year

1) Emerging Leader Commissioners are first-year and/or transfer students who are experiencing their first year with the UCSB LGBTQIA+ community. A non-first year student who is an emerging leader in the UCSB LGBTQIA+ community can be appointed to this position with a two-thirds (2/3) majority approval by the voting membership. 

2) Work in collaboration with the rest of the elected membership in order to cultivate knowledge of the climate and the needs of the queer LGBGTIA+ community. 

3) Assist with projects and events initiated by the commission (including, but not limited to, the Pride Committee events and projects.)

4) Serve two (2) regularly scheduled office hour per week.

5) Work with the Trans & Gender Non-Conforming Coordinator to plan and execute two (2) community dine-outs per academic year.

6) Be a member of the Pride Committee.



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Queer Commission: Media & Marketing Commissioner

Openings: 1
Length: One Academic Year

1) Maintain the website and social media groups, pages, and accounts and update them regularly with events the commission organizes and sponsors, and with articles and news stories relevant to the queer and trans community at UCSB and beyond.

 2) Create flyers for the commissions commission’s events, programming, and board member projects. 

3) Oversee the overall aesthetic of the commission and maintain a professional and clean image for the organization (this includes updating websites, graphics, logos, banners, etc. at any time when deemed necessary). 

4) Actively be working on a project that will bring positive change to the queer and trans community.

5) Work with the Administrative Chair to publish the minutes taken at every meeting, including those taken during Pride Committee meetings, on the official A.S. Trans & Queer Commission website.



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Queer Commission: Special Projects Commissioner

Openings: 2
Length: One Academic Year

1) Special Projects Commissioners will actively work on special projects that fit their interests that will benefit the status of LGBTQIA+ students at UCSB.  

2) Assist in the execution of major PRIDE Week events including the Pride Drag Show and Fashion Show.

3) Keep an updated list of current ongoing projects. 

4) Attend all meetings. 

5) Shall actively seek advice/meet with the Co-Chairs to learn and develop new skills and to review project goals when projects progress or change.

6) With the help of the Emerging Leaders Commissioners, plan and execute at least one (1) event per quarter promoting the Trans & Queer Commissions mission statement.

7) Hold two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.  



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Vice Co-Chairs

Openings: 2
Length: 1 Academic Year

Powers and Duties

1) Vice Co-Chairs will serve as the Co-Chairs of the Pride Steering Committee and be in charge of constructing and facilitating the Pride Steering Committee and plan UCSB/Isla Vista Pride.
2) Report progress of the Pride Steering Committee to the rest of the Associated Students Queer Commission Weekly.
3) Attend all meetings.
4) Begin a rough schedule and budget for Pride week and build a Pride Steering Committee by the end of Fall quarter. In addition to constructing the Pride Committee, they will assist other board members with their projects. By the start of Winter Quarter, they will begin actively organizing Pride. By the ninth week of Winter quarter complete all contracts and funding for Pride.
5) Responsible for outreaching to appoint Vice-Chairs by the end of Spring Quarter in a timely manner if not elected during Spring Elections.
6) Hold a minimum of three (3) regularly scheduled office hours per week.
7) Assume all duties and responsibilities in the absence of the Co-Chairs.



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