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International Students of Lewis & Clark (ISLC)

Administrative Board

  1. Secretary
  2. Chairperson of Budget and Finance
  3. Chairperson of Activities 
  4. Chairperson of Public Relations
  5. Chairperson of Advertising and Social Media
  6. Third Culture Kids Representative
  7. Academic English Studies Representative
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 Position Descriptions

  1. Secretary

The Secretary of the ISLC Board is responsible for issuing information to the members, including notification of meetings and preparation of minutes. They are appointed as the notetaker (meeting minutes) for every ISLC meeting. The Secretary is responsible for all logistical aspects of any ISLC-related events and/or meetings. This includes but is not limited to booking venues, making lists of volunteers for each event/meeting and more.

  1. Chairperson of Budget and Finance

The Chairperson of Budget and Finance is responsible for preparing a reasonable operating budget for the organization, keeping complete and accurate accounts of financial records and transactions, and preparing a budget for the annual International Fair. They will approve all ISLC expenditures in conjunction with the Faculty Advisor to the Board and submit these check requests following the Chartering and Budgeting Commission (CBC) Rules of Procedure. The Chairperson of Budget and Finance is responsible for balancing ISLC’s internal account with the account maintained by the Lewis & Clark Business Office. The Chairperson of Budget and Finance is responsible for collaborating with the Chairperson of Activities and Chairperson of Public Relations to ensure that activities include collaboration with other student organizations to make sure the ISLC does not go over budget.

In conjunction with the members of the Executive Board and other officers, the Chairperson of Budget and Finance is responsible for presenting the budget for the forthcoming year to CBC for approval. They will be responsible for submitting a financial report at the end of each academic semester as well as one for the entire year.

  1. Chairperson of Activities

The Chairperson of Activities is responsible for organizing all social events and activities. They must be familiar with the Lewis & Clark Drug and Alcohol Policy. The Chairperson of Activities works closely with all members of the Administrative Board in order to ensure better advertising, budgeting and logistics. They will help organize the International Fair entertainment in conjunction with the Vice President.

  1. Chairperson of Public Relations

The Chairperson of Public Relations will be responsible for connecting with other student organizations and academic departments on campus to ensure our voice and actions are made public to the wider LC community. The Chairperson of Public Relations creates templates of emails that will be sent to other student organizations to ensure good public relations. Furthermore, they will write press releases for the PioLog, the KLC, and the Bark.

  1. Chairperson of Advertising and Social Media

The Chairperson of Advertising and Social Media will be responsible for advertising by making posters, flyers, and coordinating publicity events. They will coordinate the ISLC social media pages and keep them up to date, as well as use the data and information from ISLC social media to improve our advertising. The Chairperson of Advertising and Social Media should work in close conjunction with the Chairperson of Public Relations.

  1. Third Culture Kids (TCK) Representative

The Third Culture Kids (TCK) Representative acts as a liaison between the ISLC Board and the TCK Board and is responsible for helping to improve relations between faculty and international students through performing duties pertaining to the events of both Boards. They will facilitate cooperation and coordination with TCK and ISLC events and issues of concern. The TCK Representative may, time permitting, organize a discussion group between faculty and international students. The TCK Representative will also be responsible for helping publicize and run ISLC events as delegated by the Board.

  1. Academic English Studies (AES) Representative

The Academic English Studies (AES) Representative is responsible for acting as a representative of the students enrolled in the AES program to ISLC. They will work with the ISLC Board to include exchange students and other AES students in ISLC events, as well as assist in other ISLC events as delegated by the ISLC Board. They will be responsible for publicizing ISLC events to AES students and faculty.

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