RCCE Update

Senator Applications – Due FEBRUARY 1ST!

Hey!  Here’s just another friendly reminder to apply for the FY10 Region G Collegiate Senator position!  I’ve already submitted my application, so if you have any questions about it, feel free to ask me (just email or comment on this post)!

Remember the deadline is Saturday, February 1st!




Second Call for Applicants for the Collegiate Senator Position

Call for Applicants!Applications are still being accepted for the position of FY10 Collegiate Senator. This is a great opportunity to take your leadership and involvement in SWE to the next level. Serving as Senator will help sharpen your career skill-set in the areas of leading and facilitation, group dynamics and communication, and project leadership. Please click here  to get started on your (online) Collegiate Senator application.

What does the Senator do?
The Senator is a vital collegiate voice within the Region and to National leaders in SWE. The Collegiate Senator will help set the direction for the Society working with 2 Professional Senators from the 10 Regions, 2 International Senators, and 2 Special Senators. Senators will attend 2 face-to-face meetings each year: one at the National Conference and one in the spring in conjunction with the annual strategic plan review.  In addition, Senators will participate on monthly conference calls and in online community discussions. Funding assistance for travel reimbursement to the spring meeting is available, with additional funding from each region being requested.  Plus, all Senators will be trained together to enhance regional cooperation and collaboration. 

What does it take to be Collegiate Senator?   

  • Member of SWE for at least 2 years and in good standing  
  • Be a collegiate member during term (graduate or undergraduate)  
  • Have been in a leadership role in their section, region or national SWE.  Acceptable leadership roles:    
    • Officer at any level  
    • Committee chair at section level  
    • Committee member at regional and/or national level
    • previous RCR/RCNE 
  • Have attended at least one regional or national conference  
  • Good Academic Standing

Applications are due by Saturday, February 1st.

More Questions
If you have  any  more  questions, please contact us:

Charleen Laughlin, Senator Transition Team, 
Jessica Rannow, Senator Transition Team 




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