Office of Dean of Students and Community Development

SAB Leadership Application

 

What is SAB?

The Student Activities Board (SAB) is a volunteer organization that strives for success in a variety of ways but primarily through these common goals: gaining student input, planning and implementing diverse events, becoming recognized leaders, providing students with a connection to campus and having fun.

President- Executive Board Position
• Serves as the primary representative of SAB on any campus wide initiatives
• Develops the agenda and presides over all SAB meetings
• Uses assessment to identify priority and needs of the organization
• Maintains professional contacts on behalf of SAB though email and phone
• Manages Public Relations of the organization via Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
• Assists in planning trainings, retreats, workshops, and conferences as necessary
• Meets regularly with the Executive Board and the Advisors

Vice President- Executive Board Position
• Assumes the duties of the President in his/her absence
• Create, maintains and post an up-to-date calendar of SAB events
• Designs and implements a recruiting plan for SAB membership. Take the lead in recruiting when there is a need for new members and volunteers. (i.e. manages SAB bulletin boards)
• Assist in managing  Public Relations of the organization via Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
• Assists in planning trainings, retreats, workshops, and conferences as necessary
• Meets regularly with the Executive Board and the Advisors

Director of Operations- Executive Board Position
• Oversees contracts and financial paperwork of SAB
• Records minutes of all SAB meetings
• Sends correspondence to SAB Leadership and General Members
• Maintains all personnel matters including attendance, rosters, and minutes.
• Reviews and approves Promotional Item Proposals with Advisor
• Manages the SAB office and supplies
• Assists in planning trainings, retreats, workshops, and conferences as necessary
• Meets regularly with the Executive Board and the Advisors

Committee Chair Positions
• Attend Leadership meetings, trainings and general board meetings
• Holds 2 committee office hours per week
• Recruits for their individual committee
• Meeting with Advisors as needed
• Plan, promote and execute campus wide events within committee specialty
• Attend committee events and support the events of other SAB committees
• Serve as the liaison between the Executive Board and the committee members

SAB Committees:

Campus Life
The Campus Life Committee is responsible for the selection, planning, coordination, production, and promotion of a wide variety of on- campus events such as:  Hypnotists, Skating on the Green, Comedians, and Exam Relaxation Programs.

Cinema
The Cinema Committee is responsible for the selection, planning, coordination, production, and promotion of the free movie series. This is a new committee for the 2013-14 academic year, based on the Free Flick Friday series as a basis.

Coffee House
The Coffee House Committee is responsible for the selection, planning coordination, and promotion of the weekly Coffee House series that takes place every Wednesday night in the Pirate’s Cove. Coffee House events have included: Open Mic , Karaoke, Comedians, Spoken Words Poets, and Magicians.

Concert
The Concert Committee is responsible for the selection, planning, coordination, production, and promotion of large scale concert events as well as smaller-scale musical events such as GrooveBoston, and the J.Cole Concert.

Marketing
The Marketing Committee takes care of all the behind the scenes work that helps make SAB a household name on campus. Through creative advertising, social media, street marketing, and even flash mobs, their job is to bring the excitement of SAB to SHU.

Season Finales
The Season Finales Committee is responsible for the selection, planning, coordination, production, and promotion of end of the season events such as Pirate Weekend, Winter Ball, and Spring Fling.

Travel
The Travel Committee is responsible for the selection, planning, coordination, production, and promotion of off-campus trips. Past trips include: Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Nets Game, Yankee Game, and overnight Ski Trip.

Contact Us

Office of Dean of Students and Community Development
(973) 761-9076
Bishop Dougherty University Center

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