Recruitment and Global Connections Co-Chair

Recruitment and Global Connection Co-Chairs create and implement recruitment strategies at the beginning of each semester to recruit a new and diverse group of student leaders. Responsibilities include: creating an application each semester for both Tour Guides and Minglers, holding information sessions for prospective Husky Ambassadors to attract new members, reviewing applications for both Minglers and Tour Guides with the support of the Recruitment Committee, scheduling and executing interviews with all possible new candidates for the organization, and facilitating weekly Mingler Training sessions to both educate and connect our newest members. The RGC co-chairs also oversee the Recruitment Committee in order to organize efforts for recruitment, application collection, and interview facilitation. This committee functions as a support system for the RGC chairs during this time.

Co-chairs also work to maintain strong relationships with Husky Ambassadors away from campus, identify innovative ways in which Husky Ambassadors abroad can assist recruitment events for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions both domestic and internationally, and connect with and highlight Husky Ambassadors abroad to share their stories with the group at large in collaboration with the Communications Chair.

This application will close on November 26th at 11:59 pm.

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Husky Development Committee

Since our organization is so large, we have created smaller groups called "Husky Packs" to help encourage bonding, knowledge sharing and problem solving. Each tour guide and mingler will be placed into a Pack, which will be led by a member of the committee. A Husky Development Mentor works with a "Husky Pack" throughout the course of the semester acting as a knowledgable leader facilitating bonding events and communicating opportunities within Husky Ambassadors. The role of a Husky Development Committee Mentor is to advise and coach, shadow and evaluate, and support programming. These Husky Development Mentors will be led and guided by the Training and Development Co-Chairs on the Student Leadership Council.

All HDC applicants must be 3rd year students or above and have at least 2 active semesters of being in the Tour Guide role. Applicants must also be available for the full day of Training in the Spring, to be announced.

If you have any questions about the application or the Husky Development Committee, please email Eryn Nakashima

Applications are due by 11:59pm on December 4th.

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Programming Committee Prodigy Application

Hopefully you've been enjoying your time in HA so far and maybe even have been able to attend a few events to meet your fellow HAs! It is with great excitement that we are looking for a mingler to join the Programming Committee (PC) for the Spring semester. Programming Committee is a great place to to increase your involvement in HA and you will be working with a collaborative group to help plan appreciation events and of course, Gala.

Meetings are every other Thursday at 7:00 and you are expected to attend as many programming events as you can!

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to PC Chairs Alexis Hester and Deirdre Dunham

Applications are due by 11:59pm on December 4th.

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Recruitment Committee

Recruitment Committee members will assist the Recruitment and Global Connections Co-Chairs with community outreach (i.e. marketing, publicity, tabling), reading applications, and conducting interviews during the month of January 2018. All HAs are welcome to apply, there is no age, year, nor time in HA requirement.

If you have any questions, please email Anjali Mehta

This application will close on December 4th at 11:59pm.

Apply to join RC