The Programming Board is a student team made up of five Special Event Coordinators who are responsible for planning and coordinating a complete calendar of activities for the NDNU student body. The Special Events Coordinators will work as a team led by the Student Activities Coordinator and other appropriate staff to enrich the co-curricular life of the campus.
The Special Events Coordinator will be directly responsible for coordinating the planning, publicity, production, and evaluation of major activities on campus.
- Plan and coordinate events each semester, both as a team and within their focus area.
- Collaborate with on-campus student clubs & organizations to produce events and activities.
- Develop and maintain a committee that involves other students in planning and producing events.
- Prepare and submit an activity proposal, budget, and evaluation for each event.
- Attend and supervise events sponsored by the Programming Board.
- Produce publicity for all Programming Board events.
- Hold four regular office hours per week in the Student Life and Leadership Office.
- Attend all Programming Board meetings, trainings, and annual Student Leadership Retreat
- Must be a full-time, enrolled and matriculated NDNU student
- Conducts himself/herself in a manner consistent with the mission and policies of the University and is able to interpret University policy to other students
- Gain and hold the respect of students, staff and faculty
- Demonstrates organizational, leadership, and communication skills
- Must be enrolled at NDNU for both Fall and Spring semesters
- Must be sensitive to commuter, resident, graduate and non-traditional age students' needs
- Have experience and/or strong interest in planning events.
- Demonstrates teamwork
- Has a cumulative grade point of 2.5 (required to retain position in Spring)
- Be in good conduct standing (no major judicial sanctions)
- Required enrollment in or completion of EDU 2009: Foundations of Leadership & Teamwork in Fall (1-unit)
- $11.00/hour; up to 16 hours per week.
- Valuable training in leadership skills (i.e. time management, facilitation, program planning, budgeting).
- Possible attendance at a leadership conference.