University Programming Board Mission: The University Programming Board (UPB) strives to create innovative events and programs for the campus community to experience the traditions and spirit of St. Edward’s University beyond the red doors. Students that apply for this position are dedicating to serving their peers.
All Board Members are required to:
Assist Event Coordinators with facilitating events that enhance the campus community and help the students build connections. Gain practice and understanding of creating, implementing, and executing university-sponsored events.
- Attending 2/4 Topper Nights a semester.
- Attend 1 Blue and Gold day or Jo’s programming a month.
- Attending the Homecoming Program and Hillfest.
- Attend weekly UPB Team Meetings.
- May fill in for UPB Event Coordinator if needed.
- Will work together with other UPBA’s to create and facilitate 1 program a semester.
- Serve as actors in the UPB Marketing videos, photos, etc. to promote events and activities.
All campus leaders are role models who are individually responsible, work well in a team dynamic environment, and are enthusiastic about our campus community.
- Applicants must be current SEU students who are planning to enroll at SEU for the Fall 2021 semester.
- Applicants must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.
- Applicants should possess strengths in organization, communication, initiative, and follow-through.
- Must be available Friday after 3 pm for meetings/events.
- Attend mandatory training session TBD.
- May be required to submit Dean of Student Record Authorization Form.
General responsibilities for all Board Members:
All board members are responsible for the following duties, in addition to the specific tasks of the position, including but not limited to:
- Play a vital role in developing a lively and vibrant community on campus by contributing to the planning of campus events.
- Encourage students to attend and participate in UPB events.
- Maintain strong relationships with other campus offices by encouraging event collaboration to create an inclusive campus experience for all student populations.
- Make decisions regarding budget allocations for events.
- Maintain records of all activities, including attendance and financial expense reports.
- Perform office hours ranging from 2-6 hours per week and 2-6 hours coordinating event/event support.
- Operate with a clear understanding of the University’s mission, policies, and procedures.
- Attend training, retreats, and leadership programs.
Skills/Experiences Gained from University Programming Board:
- Exposure to marketing and branding techniques
- Personal development through training
- Budget & Crisis Management
- Event planning and coordination
- Public speaking
- Interpersonal and communication development
- Leadership and team-building
- Problem-solving & Conflict resolution skills
- Management of personnel
Applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview.
Applicants with other on-campus employment exceeding 20 hours or with comparable unpaid responsibilities may be ineligible for consideration.
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