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UCIV: Board Representative

UCIV is a public program that acts as a mediator between police officers and the community. In the wake of an ever-increasing police presence within Isla Vista, the EVPLA office finds it imperative to look for alternative methods to law enforcement responses in our community. To ensure all residents and UCSB Students of all backgrounds feel protected and at peace in Isla Vista, a student-led mediator program between police officers and the community is needed now more than ever. One way we hope to increase initiatives for a community-based first response to safety concerns is through UCIV! This application will be used for those interested in both the chair position and representative positions.
 
Please note the application closes on December 1st at 11:59 PM!
 
DO NOT APPLY ON THE COC WEBSITE – APPLY HERE: https://forms.gle/Wn9Y1KBEmb5QkBYX8
 
Board Representative Duties:
 
  1. Representatives must work at least six (6) days (Friday or Saturday night) per quarter and attend a quarterly training to earn full honoraria. Note: this means that each Friday or Saturday night worked will pay $50 for working a shift from 9pm-12am.

  2. Representatives will be charged with the responsibility to:

    1. Keep an eye out for residents’ safety and on law enforcement.

    2. Distribute water at AS water stations throughout IV

    3. Connect medical services to those in need

    4. Escort residents to their homes or the Pardall Center Safe Space

    5. Offer warnings to residents in violation of ordinances in order to prevent possible citations

    6. Educate students on cliff and balcony safety


EVPLA UCIV: Chair

UCIV is a public program that acts as a mediator between police officers and the community. In the wake of an ever-increasing police presence within Isla Vista, the EVPLA office finds it imperative to look for alternative methods to law enforcement responses in our community. To ensure all residents and UCSB Students of all backgrounds feel protected and at peace in Isla Vista, a student-led mediator program between police officers and the community is needed now more than ever. One way we hope to increase initiatives for a community-based first response to safety concerns is through UCIV! This application will be used for those interested in both the chair position and representative positions.
 
Please note the application closes on December 1st at 11:59 PM!
 
DO NOT APPLY ON THE COC WEBSITE – APPLY HERE: https://forms.gle/Wn9Y1KBEmb5QkBYX8
 
Chair Duties:
 
  • Attend weekly EVPLA office meetings
  • Presides over UCIV Steering Committee meetings
  • Responsible for the formulation of the agenda for UCIV Collaborative Board Meetings
  • Responsible for formulating a report of the meeting to be forwarded to Safety Commission and the External Vice President for Local Affairs Office
  • Acts as one of the supervisors for UCIV
  • Assists in formulating and maintaining the inventory of UCIV items
  • Coordinates trainings for representatives to learn to understand implicit bias and the importance of anti-bias and anti-discrimination in acting as a safety representative for the community, how to call first responders, use Narcan/naloxone testing strips, prevent roofying, use fentanyl and roofying test strips.
  • Work with the Alcohol and Drug Program, Gauchos for Recovery and Overdose Prevention Program to establish safety efforts in regard to drug and alcohol consumption for community members.

Committee on Honoraria: Student Representatives-at-Large

Duties of the Student Representatives-at-Large:
  • Attend at least three (3) Senate meetings per quarter.
  • Attend at least two (2) Finance and Business Committee meetings per quarter.
  • Attend at least one (1) meeting of each entity that qualifies for honoraria per quarter.
  • Assist the Director of Accountability in the creation of the accountability report and the completion of their duties.
  • Maintain active contact with the chairs (or equivalent) of all entities and student representatives in order to determine the extent to which all officers and representatives have fulfilled their job descriptions.

Public Safety Commission: University-Affiliated Safety Liaison

  1. a)  Work with Public Safety Commission in discussing, implementing, and evaluating any specific matters of safety concerning the University.
  2. b)  Act as a liaison to the Office of Student Life, UCSB Police Department, and Career and Counseling Services.
  3. c)  Collaborate with the Public Safety Commission IV Liaison and EVPLA Safety Coordinator in holding at least one town hall meeting a year to create and encourage discussion about safety issues on campus and in Isla Vista.

BNC Campus Project Liaison

  1. In charge of keeping the committee informed of projects and activities being undertaken by other organizations on campus so as to avoid overlap and miscommunication.

GGC Mental Health Advocate

  1. Shall promote awareness of international student mental health issues locally, nationally, and in the University of California system.
  2. Shall proactively advocate for and find ways to address mental health needs in the international student community.
  3. Shall actively act as a liaison between the Global Gaucho Commission and CAPS is responsible for: – Helping to bring about cooperative efforts between the Global Gaucho Commission and CAPS. Advocating for equal access of CAPS and other mental health resources for the international community to and within CAPS. Keeping track of any changes within CAPS.
  4. Shall provide a weekly report to the commission with current mental health concerns in the international student community and any ongoing updates and cooperative efforts from and with CAPS.
  5. Shall hold a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.
  6. Shall serve as an available aid to the chairs and other committee members in their event and project planning.

CCAJJ SEAL BIPOC Student Organization Liaison

  1. The Underrepresented Cultural Org Liaisons shall attend CCAJJ meetings when planning a collaborative event and for follow-ups
  2. Attend CCAJJ-sponsored events to the best of their ability
  3. The Underrepresented Cultural Org Liaisons shall serve as a liaison and collaborative entity between CCAJJ and their cultural org in communicating ideas and in publicizing of events.
  4. Work on at least two (2) CCAJJ  projects per quarter.
  5. Serve a term of one (1) academic year

CCAJJ Graduate Student Liaison

  1. Serve as liaisons between underrepresented graduate student organizations and undergraduate student organizations in collaborating towards CCAJJ mission and goals.

  2. Shall attend weekly CCAJJ meetings unless otherwise specified by the chairs.

  3. Shall help build awareness and spread publicity of CCAJJ initiatives and programs within their academic departments and graduate student networks.

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


CCAJJ Senate Liaison

  1. Attends regular CCAJJ general body and executive board meetings
  2. Serves as a liaison between the A.S. Senate and CCAJJ, both as an active legislator and on relevant issues presented in the Senate.
  3. Draft legislation pertinent to CCAJJ’s mission statement on the request of the Commission.
  4. Attends CCAJJ’s events to the best of their ability.
  5. Provides resources and networks for CCAJJ to thrive
  6. Serve a term of one (1) academic year

CCAJJ BCU (Boards Commissions & Units) Liaison

  1. Attends regular CCAJJ general body and executive board meetings
  2. Serves as a liaison between CCAJJ and other A.S BCU for possible collaborations
  3. Attends CCAJJ’s events to the best of their ability.
  4. Serve a term of one (1) academic year

CCAJJ Advocacy Director

  1. Attends regular CCAJJ general body and executive board meetings
  2. Create committees of liaisons to the Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Ethnic Studies departments, departmental hiring committees for diversity hires
  3. Leads outreach to administration and schedules meetings for follow up on student demands on matters concerning equity and inclusion in line with CCAJJ’s mission.
  4. Create Internships and research positions for student leaders who curate CCAJJ workshops, events, and experiences
  5. Serve a term of one (1) academic year

CCAJJ Food Justice Coordinator

  1. The Food Justice Coordinator shall organize and execute programming surrounding community gardening projects
  2. The Food Justice  Coordinator shall serve as a liaison between CCAJJ and other organizations on and off campus dealing with access to food and basic needs.
  3. Serve a term of one (1) academic year

CCAJJ Education Coordinator

  1. The Education Coordinator shall organize and execute workshops, educational programs, and field trips on and off campus to promote the CCAJJ mission statement.
  2. The Education Coordinator shall serve as a liaison between CCAJJ and other organizations on the UCSB campus dealing with diversity training and cultural competencies
  3. Serve a term of one (1) academic year

CCAJJ Secretary

  1. The Secretary shall keep the minutes of all meetings and related matters of the board of CCAJJ.
  2. The Secretary shall be responsible for scheduling CCAJJ regular and executive board meetings.
  3. The Secretary shall maintain the books and records of the Commission, and its properties and transactions.
  4. Serve a term of one (1) academic year

CCAJJ Events Coordinator

  1. Attends regular CCAJJ general body and executive board meetings
  2. Coordinates event layout, food pick up, artist and performer relations
  3. Serves as a liaison between CCAJJ and campus entities such as MCC, Student Affairs, etc, and off campus entities such as IVRPD and IVCRC etc, for collaborations in event planning, scheduling, and execution.
  4. Serve a term of one (1) academic year

CCAJJ Publicity Director

  1. The Publicity Director shall be the director of all publicity related communications 

  2. The Publicity Director shall manage the website and social media accounts connected with CCAJJ and shall promote all CCAJJ events

  3. The Publicity Director  shall hold recruitment events on an as-needed basis.

  4. The Publicity Director shall be in contact with campus and local organizations such as newspapers and radio stations to assist with our publicity campaigns

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


CCAJJ Outreach Coordinator

  1. Identify underrepresented communities to collaborate with on campus and in the local community

  2. Communicate and Coordinate with such communities in order to fulfill the charge of CCAJJ

  3. Be the primary point of contact between CCAJJ and all organizations collaborating with CCAJJ

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


CCAJJ Vice Chair

  1. The Vice Chair shall serve as the presiding officer of CCAJJ when both the offices of the Co-Chairs become vacant. When necessary, the Vice Chair shall join the Co-Chairs in executing papers and instruments on behalf of the Commission.

  2. Assist the Chair in mediating and facilitating Board meetings. 

  3. Foster the growth of the Board through leadership on new ideas, projects, and programs.

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


CCAJJ Co-Chair

  1. The Co-Chairs shall be the chief executive officers of CCAJJ and shall have general supervision, direction, and control of the activities of the Commission.

  2. The Co-Chairs Shall set the agenda for all CCAJJ meetings

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


COH: Student Representatives At Large

  1. Attend at least three (3) Senate meetings per quarter.
  2. Attend at least two (2) Finance and Business Committee meetings per quarter.
  3. Attend at least one (1) meeting of each entity that qualifies for honoraria per quarter.
  4. Assist the Director of Accountability in the creation of the accountability report and the completion of their duties.
  5. Maintain active contact with the chairs (or equivalent) of all entities and student representatives in order to determine the extent to which all officers and representatives have fulfilled their job descriptions.

GGC: Marketing and Publicity Director

  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.

CoVo: Board Member

  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.

CoVo: Treasurer

  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.

Zero Waste Committee: Administrative Coordinator

  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.
     

Zero Waste Committee: Athletics Coordinator

  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.

Zero Waste Committee: Festival Coordinator

  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.

ARAC Tutor

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/
 

Office of the President: Continuing Projects Coordinator

Please Apply Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe0eWCsVNoKuDomUaQNzLt3QrI45IwCF0npkRnPeuIYlmzQhw/viewform

Continuing Projects Coordinator

The Continuing Projects Coordinator will be knowledgeable of all short-term, and especially long- term projects the President is working on. They will stay up to date with those projects in order to advise and inform the incoming President throughout their first quarter in office.

1) Must meet with the AS Executive Director once (1) a quarter to stay informed of ongoing projects within AS and ongoing projects external to AS, particularly in the administration of UCSB, that affect the student body.
2) Shall attend at least two (2) AS Senate meetings per quarter, however, should not feel compelled to report quarterly on continuing projects.
3) Hold a weekly one-on-one meeting with the President.
4) Attend meetings with the President that involve long-term projects and take notes/minutes that should include project timeline, project goals, parties involved, people involved etc.
5) Serve two (2) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position.
6) Serve a term of at least four (4) quarters over the span of two (2) academic years.


Associated Students Office of the President (ASOP): Executive Assistant

Please Apply Here ->  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe0eWCsVNoKuDomUaQNzLt3QrI45IwCF0npkRnPeuIYlmzQhw/viewform

Executive Assistant

Is responsible for enhancing the President’s effectiveness by providing management support, collecting information and representing the Office of the President.

1) Be knowledgeable on BCUs and other executive office matters to report to the President and staff
2) Maintain the President’s appointment schedule by planning and scheduling meetings, teleconferences, e-conferences, and travel.
3) Produce information by transcribing, formatting, inputting, editing, retrieving, copying, and transmitting text, data, and graphics
4) Represent the executive by attending meetings in the executive’s absence and speaking on behalf of the executive
5) Serve at least two (2) office hours a week dedicated to organizing and maintaining the Office of the President
6) Serve a term of one (1) academic year
7) It is strongly recommended that the person applying for this position has experience using Canva and Google Calendar, but this is not required


Associated Students Office of the President (ASOP): Coordinator for Artistic and Cultural Affairs

Please Apply Here ->  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe0eWCsVNoKuDomUaQNzLt3QrI45IwCF0npkRnPeuIYlmzQhw/viewform

Coordinator for Artistic and Cultural Affairs

Will provide student input to administrative bodies, is responsible for promoting the diverse arts and cultures of UC Santa Barbara as a way to create dialogue, and ensure UCSB’s varied arts and cultures are recognized and acknowledged.

1) Act as a liaison to the MultiCultural Center, OISS (Office of International Students and Scholars), the Isla Vista Arts Board, and Arts and Lectures.
2) Work in coordination with the above entities and the Office of the President to identify areas of improvement in the recognition and acknowledgement of various artistic and cultural events and activities throughout campus, and create policy proposals and resolutions that will promote these improvements
3) Stay informed on all actions, legislations, and pending business of the Academic Senate and Administrative Advisory Committees that deal with artistic and cultural issues and, to the best of their ability, advocate on behalf of students when issues that affect students are discussed.
4) Attend 3 artistic/cultural events per quarter that the AS President or the Coordinator does not personally identify with as a representative of the Office of the President
5) Serve at least two (2) office hours a week dedicated, in non-AS affiliated spaces.
6) Serve a term of one (1) academic year


Associated Students Office of the President (ASOP): Commissioner of Community and Climate

Please Apply Here ->  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe0eWCsVNoKuDomUaQNzLt3QrI45IwCF0npkRnPeuIYlmzQhw/viewform

Commissioner of Community and Climate

The Commissioner of Community and Climate, herein referred to as the C.C. Commissioner is responsible for assessing the social climate within the Office of the President and building a community within the office as well as the executive branch of Associated Students.

1) Serves a term of at least four (4) quarters over the span of (2) academic years, beginning in Winter Quarter of each academic year.
2) Facilitates bonding events within the Office of the President to curate a positive working environment among staff members.
3) Administer three (3) mid-quarter evaluations (1 each quarter) within the Office of the President to analyze staff climate, and must report this information during President’s office meetings.
4) Lead bi-weekly meetings with the other A.S. executive offices’ Commissioners of Community and Climate.
5) Shall hold at least two (2) office hours per week.


AS Office of the President (ASOP): Transfer Student Coordinator

Please Apply Here ->  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe0eWCsVNoKuDomUaQNzLt3QrI45IwCF0npkRnPeuIYlmzQhw/viewform

Position that require you to be from a certain demographic or identity:

Transfer Student Coordinator (requires you to be a transfer student)

1) Act as a liaison to the Transfer Student Center and the Transfer Student Alliance.
2) Work in coordination with the Transfer Student Senator and the Office of the President to identify areas of needed improvement in the accessibility and inclusivity of various student services and facilities like the Transfer Student Orientation, and create policy proposals and resolutions that will promote these improvements.
3) Stay informed on all actions, legislations, and pending business of the Academic Senate and Administrative Advisory Committees that deal with transfer student issues and, to the best of their ability, advocate on behalf of students when issues that affect students are discussed.
4) Serve at least two (2) office hours per week dedicated to fulfilling all responsibilities of the position
5) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


Associated Students Office of the President (ASOP): Director of Dream Scholar Affairs

Please Apply Here -> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe0eWCsVNoKuDomUaQNzLt3QrI45IwCF0npkRnPeuIYlmzQhw/viewform

Position that require you to be from a certain demographic or identity:

Director of Dream Scholar Affairs (requires you to be an undocumented student, work authorization not required)

1) Attend all Dream Scholar Resource Team (DSRT) meetings.
2) Collaborate with Committees on Committees to inform undocumented students about Associated Students and to create a welcoming environment
3) Coordinate and advertise all services and resources related to the undocumented community.
4) Establish and maintain a relationship between IDEAS, the undocumented student support and advocacy group at UCSB, and Associated Students as well as attend all general body meetings
5) Facilitate the creation and maintenance of a resource page for undocumented students on the AS website
6) Hold at least two (2) office hours per week
7) Host at least 1 event every quarter to promote awareness about the undocumented community within Associated Students
8) Keep the A.S. President and Senators up-to-date with current events and information pertinent to the undocumented community
9) Serve a term of one (1) academic year
10) Serve as the official representative to the President on all matters concerning undocumented students.


TQCOMM Pride Commissioners

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.


TQCOMM Internal Coordinator

Power and Duties 1) Stay abreast of the political environment on the campus community. 2) Serve as a liaison to other campus organizations whose mission statement seeks to improve the status of students with queer sexualities and genders and their allies such as, but not limited to: Queer and Trans Community, Friendly Undergraduate Queers in it Together (FUQIT), La Familia De Colores, Black Quare, Queer Asian Pacific Islanders (QAPI), Keshet, Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM). 3) The Internal Coordinator shall serve as the co-chair of the Queer Leadership Council Meetings alongside a representative of the Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity. They will be involved with the planning and facilitation of Queer Leadership Council meetings meant to provide space for Queer and Trans organizations to come together and update each other on their events, projects, and allow them to have a unified voice. 4) During weeks 1-3, the internal coordinator shall meet with the professional staff of the RCSGD to begin the planning for the Queer Leadership Council and Queer Town Hall. 5) Work to outreach to the queer and trans community by gaining and building membership. 6) Maintain maximum communication (i.e. weekly updates) with Trans & Queer (QT) organizations, specifically about UCSB Pride Week, to ensure maximum participation from all QT organizations on-campus. 7) Hold a minimum of two (2) regularly scheduled office hours per week.


TQCOMM Vice Co-Chairs

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.


Pardall Center Governance Board: Treasurer

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.

Peer Advisor

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

Digital Media Officer

  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.

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

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.

Mental Health Conference Team Assistant

Please apply using the following link: http://tinyurl.com/ASPMHBoardApp

– Shall assist in the planning of the Mental Health Conference, while keeping complete transparency.

– Shall assist in discussion and serve as an available aid to the Conference Team Coordinators and other commission members in their event and project planning

– Overall, they are assisting with the needs of the conference team coordinators and will serve as part of the sub committee.


Mental Health Special Projects Coordinator

Please apply using the following link: http://tinyurl.com/ASPMHBoardApp

– Shall maintain awareness of mental health issues locally, nationally, and in the University of California system.

– Shall host at least (1) event or program per quarter related to mental health issues.

– Shall actively be working on a project which will address mental health concerns within the UCSB community.

–  Create a strategy chart and give themselves a set of deadlines that will lead to the end of the quarter or the completion of the project.

– At the end of the quarter turn in a debrief of the progress made in the quarter and any changes the project may need to the secretary.

–  Shall provide a weekly report to the commission with project updates and current mental health concerns in the community.

–  Shall attend a minimum of (3) UCSB Active Minds meetings per quarter and provide them with updates regarding the work and projects of the Public and Mental Health Commission.

–  Shall hold a minimum of two (2) office hours per week


Non-Traditional + First Generation Student Representative

Please apply using the following link: http://tinyurl.com/ASPMHBoardApp

Duties of the Non-Traditional and First-Generation Student Representative:

-Shall maintain awareness of public health and mental health concerns within the Non- traditional and First-Generation Student community.

– Shall host at least two (2) events or programs per quarter that are directed towards the non-traditional and first-generation student community.

– Shall attend at least 3 Non-traditional and First-Generation Student community meetings per quarter and facilitate discussion on pertinent public health and mental health concerns.

– Shall keep the rest of the committee up to date on public health and mental health concerns within the Non-traditional and First-Generation Student community.

– Shall provide a weekly report to the Commission with project updates and current public health and mental health concerns within the community.

– Shall hold a minimum of two (2) office hours per week.


EAC Media and Marketing Coordinator

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

EAC Federal, State, UC Policy Analysts

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Publish weekly policy briefs pertaining to issues and legislations relevant to the student body and association.
  4. Work in partnership with the committee and Senate to pass resolutions related to global, national, and statewide issues. Please attach a 1-2 page writing sample.