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The Minnesota GLBTA Campus Alliance is looking for Board Members. We are currently looking to fill the following positions on our executive board for 2008–2009. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in running for any of these positions.
The Co-Chairs’ responsibilities include co-chairing the Executive Board; co-chair the Governance Committee; calling Executive Board meetings once per month; assigning tasks to Coordinators and Representatives as needed; providing organizational structure and direction; building partnerships and coalitions with other campus and community organizations; ensuring the organization is fulfilling every aspect of its mission and goals; maintaining a public image consistent with the values and expectations of the MN Campus Alliance and its Executive Board.
One Co-Chair must be a registered student and one Co-Chair must be a staff or faculty member, both at institutions of higher education in the state of Minnesota at the time of their respective elections.
The Communications Coordinator’s responsibilities include chairing the Communications Committee; developing and maintaining all MN Campus Alliance official marketing publications; creating and delivering the E-Newsletter and various E-Blasts to the MN Campus Alliance membership in a timely manner; primarily responsible for managing website design and major updates; managing the MN Campus Alliance blog; managing the consistency of the MN Campus Alliance brand and its assets to the community at large; writing and sending out press releases in conjunction with other committees; developing and maintaining public relations campaigns and structures.
The Communications Coordinator must be a registered student, staff, or faculty member at an institution of higher education in the state of Minnesota at the time of one’s election.
The Finance Coordinator’s responsibilities include chairing the Finance Committee; maintaining the MN Campus Alliance finances; collecting receipts and sending out invoices with respect to all financial transactions; reporting financial statements and recent activities at each Executive Board meeting; insuring the timely and accurate submission of all taxes and financial documentation to the Internal Revenue Service and Minnesota Department of Revenue; overseeing the MN Campus Alliance budget in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles; working with the Development Coordinator to create budgets and projected goals for fundraising.
The Finance Coordinator must be a registered student, staff, or faculty member at an institution of higher education in the state of Minnesota at the time of one’s election.
Internal Relations Coordinator
The Internal Relations Coordinator is responsible for writing Board meeting agendas; writing meeting minutes; scheduling times, reserving rooms, and handling all technology needs for all Board meetings; collecting and distributing minutes from all MN Campus Alliance Board and committee meetings; making minor web updates; coordinating and collecting content for the Campus Resource Guide.
The Internal Relations Coordinator must be a registered student, staff, or faculty member at an institution of higher education in the state of Minnesota at the time of one’s election.
At-Large Representatives (2 open positions)
The At-Large Representatives’ responsibilities include acting as pipelines for the MN Campus Alliance; serving on the Outreach Committee; working on promoting Training and Education Initiatives.
The At-Large Representatives, at the time of their elections, must be a registered student, staff, or faculty member at an institution of higher education in the state of Minnesota, a resident of the state of Minnesota, or primarily engaged within the state of Minnesota.
Membership Coordinator Ryan Kroening is one of this year’s recipients of the President’s Student Leadership & Service Award from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
The Student Leadership & Service Award recognizes the accomplishments and contributions made by outstanding student leaders at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. On behalf of the university’s President, it is presented annually to approximately one-half of one percent of the student body for their exceptional leadership and service to the University of Minnesota and the surrounding Community. The awards are facilitated in coordination with the Office of the President, Office for Student Affairs, University of Minnesota Alumni Association and Student Unions & Activities.
Ryan Kroening is currently pursing a Bachelor of Individualized Studies in Anthropology, Design and Family Social Science at the University of Minnesota’s College of Liberal Arts Honors Program, and is actively involved in outreach, event planning, and volunteerism for the Minnesota GLBTA Campus Alliance. Additionally, Ryan volunteers with the Aliveness Project, a community center located in South Minneapolis that provides services and programs to the HIV/AIDS community. Other groups include the Honors CLA Student Board, University Band, and PFund.