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Val R. Christensen Service Center

Service Center Leadership Application

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Available Positions

Please choose the top five positions you are most interested in (in order of preference)

Please refer to the programs page for a brief description of programs. http://www.usu.edu/servicecenter/programs/

Council positions are being redesigned for 2014-15. However, you can expect them to be similar to the 2013-14 positions listed here. We will consider your interests as marked for the redesigned council positions. Note also that all positions are subject to change.

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Postions

Council

  • Graphic Designer
  • Recruitment Chair
  • Publicity Chair
  • Programming Chair
  • SC Secretary
  • SC Historian

Program Directors

  • Aggie Health
  • Alternative Breaks (eligible for director discount to subsidize cost of travel pending signed Director agreement form)
  • Friends of the Elderly
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • PALS (youth mentoring)
  • Senior University
  • Spanish Ambassadors
  • Special Olympics Games
  • Special Olympics Team
  • Service-Learning Scholars (open to current scholars only)
  • STAR (Students Teaching Arithmetic and Reading)
  • STEP (Students to end Poverty)
  • SNAC (Student Nutrition and Access Center)
  • Storytellers
  • Student Sustainability Council
  • United Campus Volunteers
  • Fight the New Drug












All applicants, please respond to the following questions


Applicants for council positions only

In 300-500 words, please address:

  • Ideas for developing the impact of Service Center programs and events and how to implement them
  • Valued characteristics of a leader in the Service Center

E-Signature

Please review the selection timeline and important commitments below.

The USUSA Constitution requires the Student Government and their committee members to maintain good academic standing and at least 12 undergraduate and/or 6 graduate semester credits.

I hereby release all of the above information to the Service Center to be used for appointment purposes only. I also authorize the office to review my academic records to verify my grade point average. If I should be appointed, I agree to release my grades to the Service Center as long as I am a member of Service Center Leadership.


(Type your full name)

Selection Timeline (and other important dates)

Date Event/Deadline Place and Time
Thurs, Feb 27 Service VP Announced
Fri, Feb 14 Applications Available Service Center Website/TSC 332
Thurs, March 6 Applications Due Submit Online (or TSC 318) by 5pm
Mar 10-15 Spring Break
March 17-21 Interviews By Appointment
March 21 Positions Offered --
March 24 Acceptance Deadline --
March 26 Positions Announced --
March 27-April 25 Committee Selection Period --
April 15-19 Service Week All Campus
April 18 Service VP Inauguration TSC Lounges
April 25 Orientation/Transition Training** (last day of class) Senate Chambers 2-5pm
May 16-17 Utah Service Leader Retreat (for Council** & by invite) BYU Retreat Center
August 20th-21st Aggie BLUE* TSC
August 26th *** First SC Leadership Meeting** Service Center 9pm***
August 29th Day on the Quad** Quad, 9am-3pm
September TBA Fall Service Center Retreat (2 days)** Bear Lake, Time TBA
September TBA SC Kickoff TSC Auditorium/SC

*Recommended, but not required
**Mandatory (in this category are also bi-monthly Directors meetings and weekly Council meetings which will be scheduled at the Fall retreat)
***Dates, times and locations are subject to change.

Important Commitments:

  • Bi-monthly Directors meetings (generally in the late evening)
  • 3 Office Hours in the Service Center per week
  • Spring and Fall overnight retreats