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COMMITTEE

OFFICER

 

Membership Benefits

Membership can be obtained by paying a $20 per semester membership fee. Member activity is tracked via a point system, and points can be used to collect certificates and chords at the end of each semester.

Additionally members receive the following benefits:

Free food provided at each meeting

Participation in industry run Sales Engineering role-plays

Job opportunities with industry professionals

Access to special interest groups

Access to training and tryouts for the National Sales Engineering Competition*

*Students who do not pay dues by the third meeting of the spring semester will not be eligible to participate in the National Sales Engineering Competition.

 

Driving Change with a Committee

Committees conquer the day to day challenges presented to the organization. Committees are centered around a committee chair. Committee chairs are the leading problem solvers for each committee. The chair guides the committee members to efficiently complete daily tasks.

If you are interested in joining an established committee please contact the committee chair.

 

Leading as an Officer

Four core officers determine the direction of the organization, and bring their visions to life by collaborating with committee chairs and members. To become an officer you must go through an application process that assesses your knowledge of the organization and knowledge of leadership. Once deemed eligible by the current officer team, you can run for election. The member body votes in new officers at the end of each fall semester. Officer applications open the fourth week into the fall semester.

President's Responsibilities
  • Supervise and coordinate the activities of the organization.

  • Preside over all meetings and call all meetings to order.

  • Maintain communication with the Office of Student Involvement and ensure that all paperwork is current.

  • Be one of three signers on financial documents.

  • Be responsible for creating a budget at the beginning of each fall and spring semester, in conjunction with the Treasurer.

  • Ensure that all officers are familiar with this Constitution, via a review to happen within one month of officer installation.

  • Ensure that all officers are performing their duties as defined in this Constitution.

  • Keep advisor informed of activities and functions of the organization.

  • Be familiar with the Golden Rule regulations as they relate to student organizations and communicate them to the organization as needed.

  • Provide all documents and records pertaining to their responsibilities to the newly-elected President.

  • Assign special projects to officers.

Vice President's Responsibilities
  • Assist the President in their duties.

  • Assume the President’s responsibilities in their absence.

  • Coordinate all conferences.

  • Keep accurate records of all meetings in the Secretary’s absence.

  • Plan and be responsible for all retreats and training of the organization.

  • Perform an audit of all financial transactions of the organization once per semester.

  • Provide all documents and records pertaining to their responsibilities to the newly-elected Vice President.

  • Assist in special projects as assigned by the President.

Treasurer's Responsibilities
  • Keep an accurate account of all funds received and expended.

  • Be one of three signers on financial documents.

  • Be responsible for collecting dues and notifying members who are delinquent in their payments.

  • Be responsible for creating a budget at the beginning of each fall and spring semester, in conjunction with the President.

  • Provide financial records sufficient to allow the Vice President to perform audits.

  • Provide all documents and records pertaining to their responsibilities to the newly-elected Treasurer.

  • Assist in special projects as assigned by the President.

Secretary's Responsibilities
  • Notify members of meetings via e-mail and/or telephone at least 48 hours in advance.

  • Keep accurate minutes and records of all meetings.

  • Maintain accurate list of members and their contact information.

  • Prepare the organization’s Update Form to submit to OSI at the beginning of each semester, and when there are changes in organizational information over the course of the semester.

  • Take attendance at all meetings and maintain an attendance record.

  • Prepare ballots for elections.

  • Check eligibility for potential officers, prior to annual elections.

  • Keep copy of constitution and have available for members.

  • Provide all documents and records pertaining to their responsibilities to the newly-elected Secretary.

  • Assist in special projects as assigned by the President.