This is a serving volunteer position, ideal for those interested in providing opportunities for peer networking and resource sharing, collaborating on special projects that meet a unique need, or communicating the value of the Association.
As part of the national conversation about guns, it is appropriate for ACUI to thoughtfully examine one of our own programs that involves guns. With that in mind, the Board of Trustees established a new working group to make recommendations on the following:
Assessment of how the program advances campus community, and recommended changes as applicable.
Processes and criteria to consider in accepting sponsorships and support from corporations and in developing program partnerships.
Efforts needed to provide intentional student development initiatives and leadership experiences for students participating in the program.
Information that would be most useful for ACUI members to have about the clay targets program.
Changes, if any, that should be put into place to ensure future continued success.
The working group will begin its work in May 2018 and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees by December 1, 2018.
At the time of application, individuals must have membership in ACUI and a commitment to fulfilling the duties of the position for the length of the term. Applicants must also demonstrate an understanding of ACUI’s vision, core values, and core competencies, as well as the knowledge and skills necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of the position.
Serving volunteer positions typically require a commitment of 4–12 months, though this varies by the specific project work of the role. Over the course of the term, volunteers should anticipate approximately 2–4 hours of conference call and project work per month.
Applications for this opportunity are due April 13.