There’s always at least one student need that goes unnoticed by a College, this isn’t always due to negligence but rather sometimes because there are some challenges students face that an administrative official will never notice. This is why student representation is important in any college, especially during a pandemic.
“We are looking for confident, dedicated, enthusiastic, highly-driven students who make sure students’ voices never go unheard and serve the students with all their heart” Han Pham-Smith vice president of the ASCC said.
She also said candidates are expected to have good oral and written communication skills and be good team players.
The ASCC will select new officers at the end of the quarter for the next academic year, and the ASCC has adapted it’s officer selection process to accommodate everyone’s current situation. Their Appointments Committee, where they interview and select candidates, will now occur on Zoom.
They’ve also waived the requirement to collect 50 signatures and attend two ASCC meetings.
Most of the other steps of the process remain the same; submit a Cover Letter and Statement of Qualification (including position(s) of interest), a Career Services approved resume and two professional references to Han Pham-Smith, ( email@example.com ) with your name and ctcLink SID# on all application materials.
Other qualifications include possessing and maintaining a 2.50 cumulative GPA, being currently enrolled for eight credits and have completed a minimum of 12 college level credits at Clark at the time of application, and being able to work 10-15 hours, including participating in meetings and training.
“ASCC representatives are expected to respect differences, seek to enhance our college community, and be willing to be an advocate for our diverse student population” Pham said.
The positions available include President, Vice President, Finance Director, Executive Assistant, Club Coordinator, Civics & Sustainability Director, and the Student Relations & Promotions Coordinator. (ASCC Job Descriptions)
The compensation is $13.75 per hour with potential cost of living increases, and the priority deadline is May 15, though the position will remain open until filled.