Get Involved With Student Activities Board
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug. 13, 2014) — Committee chair applications for the Student Activities Board are now available. Applications can be printed off from the website or picked up in the SAB office, 204 Student Center. All applications are due Monday, Sept. 8, at noon and must be turned into the office. Applicants will also go through an interview process Sept. 10-12, during evening hours. The director of cultural arts and the director of market esearch positions are also available. Job descriptions and further information can be found on the applications.
Students can apply to be a committee chair for a variety of committees, including Promotions, Market Research, Cultural Arts and Engaging Issues. Committee chairs work closely with a number of members of the entire board, such as the executive team, the promotions team, the director of their committee, and their fellow committee chairs. Chairs will be given tasks to complete during individualized office hours that utilize their strengths and expand their knowledge of the committee they work with.
"Choosing to get involved with SAB was the best decision I have made in college. Putting on events and providing opportunities for students to have unique college experiences, such as singing along with The Lumineers, laughing with Aziz Ansari or cheering on the Cats at a Cat Watch Party, has made my time on campus feel much more valuable,” said Rachel Sloan, vice president of internal affairs. “Not only is it rewarding to be able to give back to campus this way, but SAB has allowed me to find my community on campus, and I couldn't be more grateful for the people I've met through the organization!”
Involvement is an important part of any student’s experience and growth at the University of Kentucky. The Student Activities Board provides a place for any student to become involved through a variety of positions. Committee chairs will be celebrated, utilized, and challenged through their positions on the board. They will receive hands-on experience with the diverse and engaging events the board offers.
SAB brings more than 100 entertaining, educational and enriching programs that are reflective of contemporary issues and trends to the University of Kentucky annually. These programs are designed to enhance the college experience for students, faculty, staff and the greater Lexington community.
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