1 year ago

11 October, 2016


Organised by:
Society of Arts Students

As another year with SAS starts to draw to a close, its time to prepare for the end of uni, final exams and the upcoming summer. This means electing a new bunch of sexy people to run SAS in 2017!

Being on SAS Committee means you're representing all Clayton Arts Students at Monash University. Aside from being heaps of fun, it requires a bit of dedication to bring together all of our awesome events and functions. It's also an incredibly rewarding committee to be part of and a great way to enhance your uni experience. So come on down on Tuesday 11th October and get involved in the electing process. Have a think about what position you're running for, vote for those you think most worthy and who would best serve the committee next year. There will also be some free pizza to gorge on and soft drinks to enjoy the show!

The positions are:

President *
Vice President *
Secretary *
Treasurer *

Activities Directors (x2)
Camp Coordinator (1 x male, 1 x female)
Ball Coordinator (1 x male, 1 x female)
Assistant Treasurer
IT Coordinator
O-Week Coordinator
Publications Coordinator
Careers and Education Coordinator
Sponsorship and Marketing Coordinator
General Representatives (x4)

* Only individuals who have been on committee for more than one year can run for these positions

What to do??
Bearing in mind that executive speeches have a maximum of 2 minutes and every other position has 1 minute, you can be as creative as you like with your speeches. You can choose to do an acrostic poem, a song/rap, an interpretive dance or a good old-fashioned power point presentation. Whatever you do, just make sure you tell everyone a bit about yourself, how much you love SAS, and why you would like the particular position you’re going for.

Note: You MUST have a valid SAS 2016 membership to enter and vote.

Description of each position can be found in the comments.

This post represents a 10 day notice period for SAS' Annual General Meeting, and 10 day notice period for proposed constitutional changes