Humanitarian Committee Officers

Committee Policies

Officer Responsibilities

  • Contact agencies in organizing events for the fall & spring semesters.

  • Maintain continual contact with agencies during semester for additional events.

  • Be assigned to specific events to manage during the semester.

  • When assigned to an event, officer is responsible for: posting the event, managing signs ups (including cancellations/waitlist), attending event, having members sign in/out & posting event hours following the event.

  • At events, officers are expected to ensure that all members are participating and making all members (new or old) feel comfortable at events.

  • Officers are expected to take photos of members participating at events for our communications director and to fill out a historian report following events.

  • Attend committee meetings and any additional events per committee chairs.

 

Officer Rules

  • Officers are expected to be in charge of 15 hours worth of humanitarian events. These events must be from our committee and do not include blood/bone marrow drives, Healthy Smiles, or cat clinics. However, any additional hours to complete your 20 hour requirement can come from these events.

  • Humanitarian officers must fulfill their 20 hour requirement every semester with no exceptions.

  • Hour requirements for Humanitarian officers are subject to change depending on the circumstances of that semester. Fall 2021 officers will need to lead a minimum of 10 hours of humanitarian events and complete the 15 hour requirement.

  • Member hours must be posted within 48 hours after an event has occurred to limit delays.

  • Officers are expected to follow the same attendance standards as AED members. Officers who cancel events, drop assigned events and arrive late on a constant basis will be subject to dismissal.

  • Appropriate conduct is expected out of all officers. Any inappropriate behavior from officers will result in automatic removal from the committee and AED if necessary.

  • Members must stay on the committee for a minimum of one semester; however, continued semesters are always welcomed. An officer may be asked to re-interview if we feel that the officer did not fulfill all their roles for the semester.

Interested in an Officer Position?

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