Keyword: Disabled Students


CODE 2021-2022 Racial Justice Outreach Coordinator

  • 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


CODE 2021-2022: Programming and Marketing Director

  • 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


CODE: Historian and Meeting Recording Officer

  • Records minutes of all meetings and distributes/emails them to all members of the Commission and Associated Students’ Senate.
  • Organizes and keeps an updated contact list of Commission members and those interested in the Commission
  • Updates public virtual archive (Google shared Drive) of CODE events, resources, website, programs, etc. 
  • Collaborates and actively communicates with fellow Commissioners and general members to interdependently establish and maintain a record of our long-term ideas and progress

CODE: Historian and Meeting Recording Officer

  • Records minutes of all meetings and distributes/emails them to all members of the Commission and Associated Students’ Senate.
  • Organizes and keeps an updated contact list of Commission members and those interested in the Commission
  • Updates public virtual archive (Google shared Drive) of CODE events, resources, website, programs, etc. 
  • Collaborates and actively communicates with fellow Commissioners and general members to interdependently establish and maintain a record of our long-term ideas and progress

Public Relations Officer

Be responsible for regularly updating and educating the campus community about meetings, programs, and projects of the Commission.

Maintain and update the A.S. CODE website, campus news sources (ex: The Daily Nexus), and our social media platforms.

  • Works with the A.S. External Vice President of Statewide Affairs, A.S. State Affairs Organizing Director, DSP, and fellow commissioners to promote public awareness of the issues addressed in the Commission through legislation and student-focused advocacy events.
  • Present a report of public relations developments weekly to the Commission

Financial Relations Officer

  • attend bi-weekly senate meetings to discuss the commission’s financial strategic planning and budget concerns
  • inform fellow commissioners about these budget changes and concerns
  • help to plan and actively coordinate events and activities for the commission given the allotted budget for the quarter and for the upcoming year

Office of the Student Advocate General: Internal Deputy Chief of Staff

1) Responsible for organizing and operating the Associated Students Executive Fellowship
alongside the External Chief of Staff.
2) Be responsible for the administrative tasks of the office in collaboration with the External
Deputy Chief of Staff (taking minutes, scheduling meeting times, organizing files, etc).
3) Assist the Chief of Staff in the execution of their duties
a) Will be responsible for conducting meetings if the SAG and Chief of Staff are not
available with External Deputy Chief.
4) Serve as a liaison with the other AS entities to make sure there’s a clear communication
between all AS offices with the OSA office
5) Serve as a liaison and overseer of caseworkers (all divisions) to Student Advocate
General, Chief of Staff, External Deputy Chief of Staff, and to the entire campus
community.
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.


Office of the Student Advocate General: Chief of Staff

1) Specialize in internal office affairs maintaining the day to day operations of the OSA
including the assignment and follow up of case work in coordination with the Division
Directors and advising organizations.
2) Assist in all duties performed by the Student Advocate General as requested.
3) Be responsible for planning and implementing all staff training sessions
4) Be proficiently knowledgeable of University and system wide policies, rules, and
regulations.
5) Track and oversee the progress of the Advocacy Agenda and quarterly projects of the
office staff Keep Office of the Student Advocate Staff Accountable in learning and
applying university and system-wide policies, rules, and regulations.
6) Schedule office staff to attend campus events, meetings with clubs and organizations,
and meetings with administration.
7) Hold a minimum of six (6) office hours per week week dedicated to fulfilling all
responsibilities of the position.
8) In the event that the Office of the Student Advocate becomes vacant, the chief shall lead
the office staff and ensure the office operates until a new SAG is duly elected.
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9) 9) Serve a term of one (1) academic year.


CODE: Public Relations Officer

Be responsible for regularly updating and educating the campus community about meetings, programs, and projects of the Commission. Maintain and update the A.S. CODE website, campus news sources (ex: The Daily Nexus), and our social media platforms.

  • Works with the A.S. External Vice President of Statewide Affairs, A.S. State Affairs Organizing Director, DSP, and fellow commissioners to promote public awareness of the issues addressed in the Commission through legislation and student-focused advocacy events.
  • Present a report of public relations developments weekly to the Commission.

CODE 2021-2022: Recording/Historian Officer

  • 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


CODE 2021-2022 Disability Community Public Relations Officer

  • 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