Hello and happy April!
I can’t believe it’s already April. It’s exciting since it’s such a busy time of year with so many great end-of-the-year activities going on. The group I advise (the Senior Class Advisory Board) is especially busy this time of year as they are the primary planners behind the Senior Week activities. So we’ve got tickets on sale and final event preparations under way. And while I have a lot to focus on right now with this year’s Board, I have already started to think about recruitment for next year! In fact, the application for the 2013-14 Board is already available, with applications being accepted at any time! If you’re interested, feel free to check out the application here.
So what is the Senior Class Advisory Board, you ask? It’s a small group of seniors who meet weekly over the course of the year to plan all sorts of fun stuff for the senior class. We have a bunch of events that all lead up to the grand finale, Senior Week! So if you want to have a voice in what happens during your senior year, I suggest you get involved with the Senior Class Advisory Board!
We look to form a diverse board each year, comprised of students with a bunch of different backgrounds. If you have event planning experience, that’s awesome. But we also need people with marketing skills, graphic design experience and someone to keep our website up-to-date and accurate. We also like to have someone on the Board who can take pictures at our events throughout the year to showcase just how much fun gets planned! So basically, there’s an opportunity on the Board for pretty much everyone, and I’d love to hear from you if you’re interested in being involved! Feel free to submit your application here – the deadline is Wednesday, May 29th! And if you have further questions, feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am happy to put you in touch with current Board members if you are curious to hear a bit more about their experiences.
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