Tuesday, November 11, 2008
calling all CABbies...2 positions now open on the e-board
Campus Activites Board (CAB) is currently accepting applications for students interested in joining the executive board as homecoming co-chairs. The homecoming co-chairs are responsible for planning the dance and all other activities that go on during homecoming week.
According to the CAB homecoming application, CAB members are expected to:
-attend CAB meetings
-recruit a committee for your position to assist in planning and implementation of the event
-serve on two additional CAB committees
-hold regular meetings during the appropiate time for your event
-work closely with the CAB's President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer
In addition to the CAB member requirements above, the Homecoming Chairperson(s) are expected to:
-work closely with two Executive Boards to fulfill a one year position serving from December 2008 to December 2009
-serve on the University Homecoming Committee to assist in planning the campus wide fall Homecoming program
-work closely with Student Involvement, Athletics and Recreation, Alumni/ae and Constituant Relations, and University clubs and organizations
-recruit a committee to assist in the planning of student Homecoming events; Planning will occur during the winter, spring and summer
Here are a few of this year's homecoming photos:
(Photos courtesy of Ebony Benson)
Griselda Feliciano calls the DJ during the dance set up. "There were so many little details," she said, "but it was very rewarding in the end."
The final product
Students at the dance
Junior Griselda Feliciano has been one of the homecoming co-chairs on CAB for the last two years. When asked what advice she would want to give the new homecoming co-chairs, Feliciano said, "As the homecoming co-chair, you must be responsible and willing to ask for help. You must also be creative because things are going to go wrong and you will need to be creative enough to come up with solutions."
Although it's a huge committment, Feliciano had an overall good experience on CAB. "There's nothing like walking into the dance you helped bring to life," she said. "It's a lot of work, but it's satisfying."
Applications are available in the Student Involvement Resource Center (SIRC). They must be turned in to Coughlin 040 by Tuesday, November 18th, 2008 by 3:00 p.m. When dropping off an application, students should also sign up for an interview time on the CAB bulletin board on Lewis 2.
Posted by Amy Kenat at 12:14 AM