Are you interested in taking your SWE leadership to the next level? Do you want to make a difference in programs for collegiate members or assist in developing the strategic direction of SWE in the Senate; this is your opportunity to apply! You could be your region’s next Region Collegiate Representative (RCR), Region Collegiate Communication Editor (RCCE) or Region Collegiate Senator (RCS).
Running for a collegiate leadership position is very rewarding. Not only will you get a chance to nationally extend your SWE network, but you will also have the opportunity to collaborate with SWE on the national level with professional members. If you have any questions specifically about the RCCE position, don’t hesitate to send me an email at email@example.com. If you have questions about the RCR or RCS, you can send them an email too. 🙂 Take it from your RCT this year, IT IS A BLAST! Go Region H! If you are elected, you can practice at making the human H too…
Region Collegiate Representatives and Region Collegiate Communications Editor: The RCR is responsible for representing collegiate members’ interests among regional leaders. The RCCE is responsible for communicating important SWE events and best practices through the region’s blog. Plus, the RCR(s) and RCCE from each region will have the opportunity to attend next summer’s Collegiate Leadership Forum in Minneapolis, MN. Click here to learn more about the positions.
Region Collegiate Senators: The RCS is responsible for chartering the strategic direction and adopting long-range goals for the Society. The alternate RCS is responsible for fulfilling her Senator’s duties if the Senator is unable to perform her tasks. The RCS from each region will also have the opportunity to attend next summer’s Collegiate Leadership Forum in Minneapolis, MN. Click here to learn more about the positions.
The RCR, RCCE and RCS positions provide invaluable interaction and coaching from SWE leaders. These leadership opportunities sharpen your career skill-set in the areas of leading and facilitation, group dynamics and communication, and project leadership. Click here to review the RCR/RCCE/RCS Qualifications.
Please click here to apply or copy and paste the following URL in your browser:https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/fy13_rcr_rcce_rcs_appl
- To apply you will need:
- Member number
- School and Permanent Address
- Position of interest
- SWE leadership positions
- Other leadership positions
- Why you want to be RCR/RCCE/RCS
- What you bring to the RCR/RCCE/RCS position
- What SWE means to you
- Interest outside of SWE
- Reference to confirm GPA/academic standing
Please also submit a 1-3 minute video that describes why you are running for the position, your name, year in school, major, SWE leadership experience, why people should vote for you, etc. Send the video to SWE.Collegiate.Elections@gmail.com by February 5, 2012 . Note that the video does not need to be submitted with the Survey Monkey application but does need to be emailed before the deadline. The video must be high enough quality to post on YouTube and should be under 25MB.
Applications are due by Sunday, February 5.
Similar to past years, in FY13 there will be one to two RCRs for every 1,000 collegiate members in each region. If collegiate membership reaches 1,000 members by January 31, 2012, a region will add or maintain a second RCR. There will be one RCCE and one RCS elected per region. Alternate RCSs are optional, and the position will go to the RCS candidate with the second highest number of votes.
Disclaimer: Be aware that if elected, you will need to secure your own housing accommodations for the WE12 Conference in Houston. There are resources available through your Region Governor.
If you have any questions regarding the positions or the election process, you may also contact Jessica Kiefer or Jasmine Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Jessica Kiefer, RCR/RCCE Coordinator
- Jasmine Harris, RCR/RCCE Coordinator Elect
- Linda Thomas, Director of Regions
- Colleen Layman, Deputy Director of Regions
- Helen Patricia, Speaker of the Senate
- Deborah Willems, Deputy Speaker of the Senate