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i’m gonna volunteer promote dance rock apply

the asi volunteer catalogue Associated Students, Incorporated California State University, Long Beach


asi mission statement

Committed to the principle of student self-determination in the shared governance of the university, the associated students of csulb seeks to facilitate the achievement of students’ educational objectives and life goals through programs, services, and facilities that advocate student needs and interests, compel student representation in campus decision making and provide students with resources that they identify as necessary for their intellectual, social and physical development.

motto

“Keeping students first�


table of contents introduction 01

programs COMMISSIONERS

arts 03

awards 04

community service 05

conservation 06

entertainment 07

public relations 08 special events 09

sports and spirit 10

student orientation 11 PROGRAM COUNCIL

program council 13 volunteer

spirit cheer team captain

15

spirit band leader

17

dance team captain 16 mascot 18

marketing graphic designer

20

photographer 21 street team 22

media college beat

24

recycling recycling center intern

41

KBeach 25

union weekly 26

student government CABINET

attorney general

29

secretary for women’s affairs

31

public defender 30

secretary for city affairs

secretary for cultural diversity

secretary for disability affairs secretary for internal affairs

secretary for LGBTIQ affairs

secretary for systemwide affairs

32 33 34 35 36 37 38

BEACH TEAM

as beach team volunteer

intramural sports & wellness intern

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government recruitment & training officer

secretary for academic affairs

intramurals

40

checklist & forms 45


i’m gonna volunteer

and launch my career!

Are you interested in sports? The environment? Concerts and movies? Then the Associated Students, Inc. at California State University, Long Beach has a fulfilling, fun and educational volunteer opportunity for you. The ASI volunteer catalogue is designed to inform you about the many volunteer opportunities within ASI, position requirements and their responsibilities. Many of these opportunities offer class credit, and all of them are a fun way to get involved on campus. While this guide notes which majors may be suited best for each position, none of the volunteer opportunities are reserved for specific majors– everyone is encouraged to volunteer. Volunteering with ASI is a fantastic opportunity to get started in the career of your choice. From community service to television broadcasting, ASI has an array of prospects suited especially for you. Taking a look through the ASI volunteer catalogue is the first step to being involved. Find something that interests you and start making a difference today. GO BEACH!

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i’m gonna serve give better help bring rock welcome

the students! people awards! our community! our planet! students together! special events! our students!


i am an

ASI Commission Volunteer

position title

ASI Commission Volunteer

position overview

Volunteers assist the Commissioner of an ASI Commission (Arts, Awards, Community Service, Conservation, Entertainment, Public Relations, Special Events, Sports & Spirit, or Student Orientation). They are exposed to and trained in all facets of event planning and programming, including program development, event budgeting, negotiation of contracts, marketing, event management, and program evaluation.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Generate ideas for programs appropriate for the Commission’s purpose 2. Plan programs, including completion of required paperwork 3. Help market programs to target audiences 4. Coordinate program events 5. Evaluate programs and make recommendations

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process contact

• Brainstorm ideas for programs (concerts, movies, lectures, workshops, special events, etc.) • Complete forms to schedule events and obtain campus approval • Work with ASI Communications to develop marketing campaigns for events • Shop for materials and supplies • Attend events and assist with program coordination • Complete evaluation forms • Commission meetings • Attendance at Commission events Up to 5 hours per week, depending upon Commission Use of office space, leadership training, event planning training, travel opportunities, and networking opportunities. Will gain experience from working with diverse cultures. Reference page 45. Creativity, strong organizational skills, and event planning All majors are appropriate • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the ASI Commissioner Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am an

arts commissioner

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

Arts Commissioner The Arts Commission acts as a curator for the AS art collection and promotes the arts among the campus community. The Arts Commission will work closely with the University Art Museum (UAM) and College of the Arts to develop programs to better expose the students of CSULB to the many exhibits and forms of art available on campus. 1. Recruit commission members 2. Establish regular commission meeting times, create meeting agendas, facilitate meetings and the recording of minutes 3. Attend group commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

• Work with the UAM and the USU to expose students to art-exhibit options available on campus • Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event and informational materials • Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended Arts, Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies majors or students interested in special event planning and promoting the arts • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am an

awards commissioner

position title

Awards Commissioner

position overview

The AS Awards Commissioner is responsible for providing an annual awards selection process and for producing the AS Awards and Installation Ceremony. The commission is also responsible for planning and coordinating the Presidents’ mixers.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Recruit commission members 2. Establish regular commission meeting times, create meeting agendas, facilitate meetings and recording of the minutes 3. Attend group commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process contact

• • • •

Research event locations, including walkthroughs and tastings Contract location, entertainment, decorations, etc. for awards ceremony Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event materials Coordinate and communicate with campus community regarding dates of events and deadlines for awards

• Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended Hospitality, Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies majors or students interested in special event planning and promotion. • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

community service commissioner

position title

Community Service Commissioner

position overview

The Community Service Commission seeks to improve the relationship between the students of CSULB and the community through community service activities including blood drives, Cherishing the Children Toy Drive and Make a Difference Day.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Recruit commission members 2. Establish regular commission meeting times, create meeting agendas and facilitate meetings and recording of minutes 3. Attend group commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

academic links application process

contact

• • • •

Reserve locations for campus events Work with various groups on campus to develop larger community service efforts Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event materials Coordinate and communicate with campus community regarding dates of events

• Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development

Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended. Connection to other campus community service-based groups is a plus Hospitality, Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Social Work majors or students interested in special event planning and community service • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

conservation commissioner position title

position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

Conservation Commissioner The Conservation Commission seeks to create awareness and knowledge regarding environmental concerns within the campus community and create programs that increase this awareness, including Earth Day and Eco Week activities. 1. Recruit commission members 2. Establish regular commission meeting times, create meeting agendas and facilitate meetings and recording of minutes 3. Attend group commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop • Work with various campus departments to plan programs to increase awareness, including Eco Week and Earth Day • Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event and informational materials • Work with the Recycling Center and the Housing office on the recycling coordination for dorm move-in • Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies majors or students interested in special event planning and promotion, as well as, environmental issues • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am an

entertainment commissioner

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

Entertainment Commissioner The Entertainment Commission seeks to bring people together in an informal University setting, utilizing entertainment and atmosphere as catalysts for social interaction. The commission will sponsor such activities that include lectures and provide entertainment support for other commission programs. The Entertainment Commission will work with Program Council to develop a major concert or concert series in conjunction with the Carpenter Performing Arts Center (CPAC) or Pyramid venue. 1. Recruit commission members 2. Establish regular commission meeting times, create meeting agendas, and facilitate meetings and recording of the minutes 3. Attend group commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

• Administer a campus survey to students to develop entertainment options • Work with various AS departments to coordinate on-campus entertainment options for students • Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event materials • Coordinate and communicate with campus community regarding dates of events • Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended Art, Music, Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies majors or students interested in special event planning and promotion • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

public relations commissioner

position title

Public Relations Commissioner

position overview

The Public Relations Commission seeks to promote awareness and advance a positive image of ASI and its various programs. This commission is responsible for assisting with events such as the Long Beach Marathon and the Belmont Shores Holiday Parade. The commission assists with Beach Pride promotions and other forms of publicity promoting ASI, including being an active member of the Street Team.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Recruit commission members 2. Establish regular commission meeting times, create meeting agendas, and facilitate meetings and recording of the minutes 3. Attend group commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

academic links application process

contact

• Work with various campus departments to ensure ASI is represented at CSULB and community events positively • Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event and informational materials • Work with 49er Shops and the USU vendors to establish ASI promotional campaigns • Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies majors or students interested in special event planning and promotion, as well as public relations. • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

Special Events Commissioner

position title position overview essential duties & responsibilities

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

Special Events Commissioner The Special Events Commission plans events with the direction of the current Administration. They will oversee events such as Kaleidoscope, Rock The Vote and Beach Pride Pool Side. 1. Recruit commission members 2. Establish regular commission meeting times, create meeting agendas, and facilitate meetings and recording of the minutes 3. Attend group commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop • Work with various ASI departments to coordinate on-campus special events for student • Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event materials • Coordinate and communicate with campus community regarding dates of events • Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies majors or students interested in special event planning and promotion • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

Sports and Spirit Commissioner

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

Sports and Spirit Commissioner The Sports and Spirit Commission is responsible for organizing and coordinating events to promote support for the University’s Athletic programs. The commission is responsible for planning pep rallies, bus trips, and Homecoming. 1. Recruit Commission members 2. Establish regular Commission meeting times, create meeting agendas, and facilitate meetings and recording of minutes 3. Attend group Commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

• Meet regularly with students and Atheltics representatives to promote upcoming games • Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event and informational materials • Plan bus trips to away games and potential post season play • Serve on Homecoming Committee • Oversee Homecoming Court selection process and voting • Develop Fall and Spring Sports Fairs, Pep Rallies, and ASI Athletic events • Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Sports Management majors or students interested in special event planning and promoting CSULB Athletics • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

Student Orientation Commissioner

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

Student Orientation Commissioner The Student Orientation Commission is responsible for the planning and execution of Week of Welcome in the fall and spring semesters, as well as working closely with University Outreach and SOAR on events such as Open House and the summer and winter SOAR programs. 1. Recruit commission members 2. Establish regular commission meeting times, create meeting agendas, and facilitate meetings and recording of the minutes 3. Attend group commissioner meetings as scheduled 4. Participate in the ASI Leadership retreats 5. Participate in Programmer Workshop

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

• Work with various campus departments to execute Week of Welcome activities for fall and spring. • Work with ASI Communications on design and marketing of event materials • Communicate program details with participating organizations • Attend meetings for Open House event and coordinate ASI’s portion • Bi-monthly group commissioner meetings • Commission meetings Minimum of 3 office hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Strong organizational skills, creative mind, team player, eager to learn, ability to delegate and some event planning experience is strongly recommended Marketing, Recreation and Leisure Studies majors or students interested in special event planning and promotion • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with ASI Administrator and ASI President • ASI President will appoint individual pending AS Senate approval Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i’m gonna organize

concerts and entertainment


i am a

Program Council Volunteer

position title

USU Program Council Volunteer

position overview

Volunteers are exposed and trained in all facets of event planning and programming including negotiations of contracts, team building, leadership, budgeting and multicultural relations. They will be eligible for voting member status after one semester of volunteering. Volunteers will be capable of programming any event after one semester in the USU Program Council.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Responsible for aiding the USU Program Council in carrying out the day-to-day functions. 2. Preview potential artist material

3. Coordinate events, as well as create and facilitate special events 4. Help maintain the USU Program Council office and the organization of a constant flow of mail and products

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation

course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process contact

• • • • • • •

Concerts Movies/Advance Screenings Lectures Workshops Open Mikes Interactives Co-sponsorships

USU Program Council meeting is every Friday, but not required. 5 hours a week Use of office space, leadership training, event planning training, travel opportunities, networking and budgeting opportunities. Will gain experience from working with diverse cultures. Reference page 45. A keen sense of organization, public speaking and event planning are helpful All majors are appropriate • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the Program Coordinator Keya Allen-Littleton, Program Coordinator (562) 985-5816, krallen@csulb.edu USU Program Council (562) 985-5342, www.asicsulb.org/programcouncil

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i’m gonna cheer dance represent play

for the home team! to pump up the crowd! the school! music at games!


i am a

Cheer Team Captain

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

Cheer Team Captain The Cheer Team builds campus pride while performing at home athletic games in the Pyramid, pep rallies, conference tournament play and various other University events. The Cheer Team also takes part in national competitions on behalf of the University. Tryouts are held annually in the spring followed by mandatory summer camp. 1. Attend all scheduled games and events to serve as Cheer liaison to athletic department or event organizer 2. Monitor game squad attendance and performance 3. Meet with other spirit program representatives and Athletics marketing to go over game-time scripts at monthly meetings

4. Reply to correspondence or meet with interested potential incoming students about Cheer Team requirements and expectations

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

• • • •

Reviewing calendar to keep team up-to-date on any changes or new events. Lead practice warm-up and stretches Representing Cheer Team in campus and community events Being responsible for pom-poms, signs and flags before and after use

• Attend all regularly scheduled practices • Attend monthly spirit program meetings 4-8 hours per week, plus events $500 per semester scholarship Reference page 45. Strong leadership skills, ability to work well with others, punctual, organized and previous experience as a Cheer Captain is a plus Dance and Theatre majors or students interested in performance and promoting school spirit. • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Captains will be selected by the Cheer Coach and approved by the Beach Pride Center Coordinator Eric Anderson, Coach (714) 865-8999, eande63114@aol.com Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

Dance Team Captain

position title

Dance Team Captain

position overview

The Dance Team builds campus pride while performing at home athletic games in the Pyramid, pep rallies, conference tournament play and various other University events. The Dance Team also takes part in national competitions on behalf of the University. Tryouts are held annually in the spring followed by mandatory summer camp.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Attend all scheduled games and events to serve as Dance liaison to Athletic Department or Event Organizer 2. Monitor game squad attendance and performance 3. Meet with other spirit program representatives and Athletics marketing to go over game-time scripts at monthly meetings

4. Reply to correspondence or meet with interested potential incoming students about Dance Team requirements and expectations

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

• • • •

Reviewing calendar to keep team up-to-date on any changes or new events. Leading practice warm-up and stretches Representing Dance Team in campus and community events Being responsible for pom-pons, costumes, music before and after use

• Attend all regularly scheduled practices • Attend monthly spirit program meetings 4-8 hours per week, plus events $500 per semester scholarship Reference page 45. Strong leadership skills, ability to work well with others, punctual, organized, previous experience as a dance captain is a plus Dance and Theatre majors or students interested in performance and promoting school spirit. • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Captains will be selected by the Dance Coach and approved by the Beach Pride Center Coordinator

Rey Lozano, Coach (562) 491-3439, rey@usspiritleaders.com Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

Mascot

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process contact

Lead Mascot Prospector Pete, the official CSULB mascot, builds campus pride while making appearances at home athletic games in the Pyramid, pep rallies, conference tournament play, and various other University events. 1. Attend all scheduled games and events to serve as Mascot and liaison to athletic department or event organizer 2. Meet with other Spirit Program representatives and Athletics Marketing to go over game-time scripts at monthly meetings 3. Reply to correspondence or meet with interested potential incoming students about Mascot requirements and expectations • • • •

Reviewing calendar to keep Mascot backups up-to-date on any changes or new events Teaching new Mascot traditions, cheers and chants for games Representing CSULB as Mascot in campus and community events Being responsible for Mascot suit and props before-and-after use

Attend monthly spirit program meetings 4-8 hours per week, plus events Determined by the number of events attended Reference page 45. Strong leadership skills, ability to work well with others, punctual, organized, previous experience as a section leader is a plus Theater Arts • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Interview and audition, Mascots will be selected by the Beach Pride Center Coordinator Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i am a

Spirit Band Section Leader

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

Spirit Band Section Leader The Spirit Band, known as the Beach Band, builds campus pride while performing at home athletic games in the Pyramid, conference tournament play, and various other University events. The band also provides music for the Cheer and Dance teams to perform to during timeouts and halftime activities. 1. Attend all scheduled games and events to serve as band liaison to Athletic Department or Event Organizer 2. Monitor section attendance and performance 3. Meet with other Spirit Program Representatives and Athletics Marketing to go over game-time scripts at monthly meetings 4. Reply to correspondence or meet with interested potential incoming students about Spirit Band requirements and expectations

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

• • • • •

Reviewing calendar to keep section up-to-date on any changes or new events Leading section during games Teach new members traditions, cheers and chants for games Representing Spirit Band in campus and community events Being responsible for music, stands and uniforms before-and-after use

• Attend all regularly scheduled practices • Attend monthly spirit program meetings 4-8 hours per week, plus events $250 per semester scholarship, plus game scholarship Reference page 45. Strong leadership skills, ability to work well with others, punctual, organized, previous experience as a secion leader is a plus. Both Music majors and Non-Music majors are welcome to participate in the Spirit Band. • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Section Leaders will be selected by the Band Director and approved by the Beach Pride Center Coordinator Jeremy Chung, Band Director (310) 748-2930, scjeremy@gmail.com Chance Decker, Beach Pride Coordinator (562) 985-2518, cdecker@csulb.edu Beach Pride Center, (562) 985-2535 www.BeachPride.com

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i’m gonna design photograph promote

eye-catching fliers! students at play! exciting events!


i am a

Graphic Designer

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities typical activities

ASI Communications Graphic Designer Volunteers and interns are prepared for several aspects of the design, print, and marketing process; from the initial client consultation to acquiring print estimates and eventually preparing marketing materials for the web and other digital media 1. Produce pre-press print materials, web, and digital media-friendly designs 2. Maintaining aspects of operating a graphic business 3. Occasional client or group presentations • Research and design • Client meetings

• Generating quotes • Preparing items for print

required meetings time commitment compensation

course credit available helpful skills & activities

academic links application process contact

Monthly staff meetings 6 – 10 hours a week Use of office space, leadership training, and occasional travel and networking prospects, personal and professional development, as well as opportunity to build professional portfolio. Reference page 45. Working knowledge of modern office methods and practices. Must be proficient in Illustrator, Photoshop and In Design. Knowledge of After Effects, Dreamweaver, and Flash programs are preferable. Knowledge of both Mac and PC systems is desired. Exceptional customer service skills are a must. Art, Design, Marketing and Communications, as well as students interested in web design. • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the Marketing Coordinator Aaron Elimelech, Marketing Coordinator (562) 985-8027, aelimele@csulb.edu Christina Esparza, Communications Coordinator (562)985-2437, cesparz4@csulb.edu ASI Communications (562) 985-4353

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i am a

Photographer

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

typical activities

ASI Communications Photographer The ASI Communications Photographer will work collaboratively with the ASI Communications and Goldmine Yearbook departments to photograph and archive relevant events and programs on campus and within ASI. This individual will gain experience in scheduling and executing photo shoots, as well as, editing and archiving photos. Photographer for Associated Students, Incorporated • Coordinate photo shoots • Photograph ASI events, programs and services • Maintain ASI Photo Archive

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process contact

Monthly staff meetings 6 hours per week Use of office space, leadership and networking opportunities, personal and professional development, as well as, an opportunity to build professional portfolio. Reference page 45. Must have photography experience and be familiar with Adobe Photoshop. Customer service skills required. Art, communications, marketing, as well as, students interested in photography • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the Marketing Coordinator Aaron Elimelech, Marketing Coordinator (562) 985-8027, aelimele@csulb.edu Christina Esparza, Communications Coordinator (562)-985-4353, cesparz4@csulb.edu ASI Communications (562) 985-4353

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i am a

Street Team

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities typical activities

ASI Street Team Volunteer The ASI Street team is a marketing group that is responsible for getting the word out to the campus community about ASI’s services and programs. Most street team members are also members of various organizations within ASI, but the position is open to all students who want to gain experience in marketing and advertising. Create and execute marketing campaigns for a variety of ASI events • Distribute marketing materials around campus and at events • Utilize multi-media advertisement strategies to promote ASI Events • Post and distribute fliers around campus • Staff information tables at ASI and campus events • Facilitate presentations occasionally

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process contact

Monthly staff meetings 5-10 hours per week Use of office space, leadership and networking opportunities, personal and professional development, as well as an opportunity to build professional portfolio. Not Applicable Marketing majors preferred. Customer service skills are a must. Web experience a plus. Must be able to use a Mac and PC computer. Marketing, Public Relations, Communications, and Recreation and Leisure Studies • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the Marketing Coordinator Aaron Elimelech, Marketing Coordinator (562) 985-8027, aelimele@csulb.edu Christina Esparza, Communications Coordinator (562)-985-4353, cesparz4@csulb.edu ASI Communications (562) 985-4353

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i’m gonna write spin inform

interesting articles! tunes on the radio! students about upcoming news!


i am a

college beat intern

position title

College Beat Intern/Volunteer

position overview

Interns and volunteers are exposed to all areas of television production including pre and post-production. Typically students are matched up with their area of interest.. Students are expected to be able to demonstrate the basic concepts of television production by the end of the semester as evident by the completion of one television programming segment, including pitching a segment, obtaining approval and taping and editing the segment.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Participate in the production process from pre to post production. Pitching segment ideas and film projects, shooting and editing segments 2. Participate in the monthly taping of College Beat TV in the on-campus Advanced Media Production studio 3. Represent and participate in College Beat/ASI outreach events 4. Attends weekly College Beat meetings 5. Attends College Beat Training retreat during the first semester of involvement

typical activities

required meetings time commitment

compensation

course credit available helpful skills & activities

academic links application process contact

• Attending campus and community events for segments • On-camera talent, which includes being a field correspondent for segments and/or hosting Beach Week or College Beat TV • Camera operation for segments and in-studio • Scriptwriting for segments and shows • Editing segments and shows Thursdays at 5 p.m. Must complete 5 hours a month in addition to the weekly meeting before eligible to check-out College Beat equipment and materials for personal projects for academic use only, and subject to College Beat advisor’s approval. Use of office space, editing resources and camera/audio equipment. Leadership and networking opportunities, personal and professional development, as well as, oppurtunity to build professional reel. Reference page 45. Previous experience is a plus, but is not required. Training opportunities provided. Interest in television/film production and scriptwriting, individuals who are creative, proactive, team players and have strong organizational and time management skills. Journalism, English and Film majors or individuals interested in scriptwriting and television/film production. • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with Executive Producers Production Coordinator (562) 985-7021, Collegebeat1@yahoo.com Sylvana Cicero, Assistant Director of Programs (562) 985-1548, scicero@csulb.edu

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i am a

KBeach Radio Intern

position title

KBeach Radio Intern/Volunteer

position overview

Interns and volunteers perform a variety of tasks in support of the operations of a college radio station. We attempt to match students to their particular area of personal interest or career preparation needs.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Assist general manager and directors in various functions depending on department; production, promotion, music, concerts, web, news, and programming (DJs) 2. Represent and participate in KBeach/ASI events

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation

course credit available helpful skills & activities

• Producing an audio spot • Maintain a program grid • Updating webpages Generally once a week, more if in a leadership role At least 5 hours per week, more if appropriate Availability of tools such as software programs (pro-tools, Indesign, etc.), opportunity to build a professional portfolio, and access to paid positions within the organization based on an increased level of experience. Reference page 45. Leadership, team building, management, administration, creativity, and strong communication skills. Knowledge of the music industry is a plus.

academic links

Journalism, Film and Electronic Arts, Theatre, Political Science, English, Creative Writing, Communications and Education

application process

• Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the General Manager

contact

John Trapper, Kbeach General Manager (562)985-1321, jtrapper@csulb.edu

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Union Weekly Intern

position title

Union Weekly Intern/Volunteer

position overview

Interns and volunteers perform a variety of tasks in support of the production of a weekly publication. We attempt to match students to their particular area of personal interest or career preparation needs.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Assist the Editor-in-Chief and section editors in various functions including generating story ideas, providing editorial assistance, following up on news leads, selling ads, and managing the office. 2. Represent and participate in Union Weekly/ASI events\

typical activities

• Write content • Proofread copy • Take photographs • • • • •

required meetings time commitment compensation

course credit available

Prepare illustrations Design layout Distribute newspapers Sell advertising space Update web pages

Generally once a week, more if in a leadership role At least 5 hours per week, more if appropriate Access to software programs (Indesign, etc.), opportunity to build a professional portfolio, and access to paid positions within the organization based on an increased level of experience. Reference page 45.

helpful skills & activities

Leadership, teambuilding, management, administration, creative, and strong communication skills. Knowledge of the publications industry is a plus.

academic links

Journalism, Film and Electronic Arts, Theater Arts, Political Science, English, Creative Writing, Communications, and Education

application process contact

• Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the Editor-in-Chief Sylvana Cicero, Assistant Director of Programs (562)985-1548, scicero@csulb.edu

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individuals! students interested in asi! the student body! the community!

others!


i am a

Attorney General

position title

Attorney General

position overview

Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters pertaining to infractions of the AS Bylaws.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. 2. 3. 4.

required meetings time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

To prosecute for the Associated Students before the AS Judiciary. To defend the Associated Students when involved in litigation before the AS Judiciary. To enforce the AS Bylaws. To serve as prosecutor on behalf of the Associated Students, in all impeachments and impeachment trials. 5. To assist, upon request, in the initiative, referendum, recall, or impeachment procedures by reviewing the petition(s) to ensure conformity to the requirements as stated in the AS Bylaws. 6. To annually update and supplement the Manual of Rules, Procedures, and Operations of the Office of the Associated Students Attorney General and have it approved by the ASI President. 7. To appoint deputies as needed. • President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. • To report to the Senate at least twice a semester Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. Basic understanding of legal concepts. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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Government Recruitment and Training Officer position title

Government Recruitment and Training Officer

position overview

The Government Recruitment and Training Officer shall provide recruitment information on behalf of Associated Students and actively seek participants. The Office shall be responsible for general and branch specific training programs for students. Recruits for student government vacancies and provides orientation to recently appointed or elected individuals and those interested in learning about ASI.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

required meetings time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

To serve as head of recruitment and orientation for Associated Students To supervise and coordinate Beach Team To supervise and coordinate the Government Mentor Program Plan the ASI Information Night at least once per semester To appoint no more than 3 Assistants in conjunction with the AS President.

President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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Public Defender

position title

Public Defender

position overview

The Public Defender shall act as the Chief Legal Counsel of the Student Body.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. To defend, upon request, any individual being prosecuted by the Associated Students. 2. To act in the capacity of a consumer advocate and call to the attention of the appropriate body or persons unfair practices that may exist on campus. 3. To assist any individual, upon request, in filing papers preparatory to bringing a case to the AS Judiciary. 4. To assist students, upon request, in the presentation of initiative, referendum, recall, bylaw amendment, or impeachment petitions and actions. 5. To assist any individual, upon request, in the presentation of cases before the AS Judiciary. 6. To annually update and supplement the Manual of Rules, Procedures and Operations of the Office of the Associated Students Public Defender. 7. To appoint deputies as needed.

required meetings time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process contact

• President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. • To report to the Senate at least twice a semester Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. Basic understanding of legal concepts. • Complete the Student Government Application • Senate will appoint individual Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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i am a

Secretary for Women’s Affairs

position title

Secretary for Women’s Affairs

position overview

The Secretary for Women’s Affairs shall increase the visibility of and opportunities for the advancement of all female and female-identified students through awareness and education of the various issues relevant to women at CSULB. The Secretary shall also work to provide an environment that encourages the well being, empowerment and success for all female and female-identified students. Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters related to all female and female-identified students on campus.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. To attend to matters that pertain to women’s affairs for the campus community. 2. To represent the ASI President as a designee on women’s affairs events, committees, and/or special circumstances in which he/she is unable to attend. 3. To collaborate and meet monthly with the Director of the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) to promote and plan events or programs for the student body. 4. To serve as a student member on Women’s Resource Center projects 5. To collaborate with representatives of campus, local, state, and federal governments to support initiatives that promote women. 6. To help recruit and transition the successor of the respective Secretary of Women’s Affairs position.

required meetings

time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

• President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. • Member of the President’s Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) • Monthly meetings with the Director of the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. Basic understanding of legal concepts. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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i am a

Secretary for Academic Affairs

position title position overview essential duties & responsibilities

Secretary for Academic Affairs Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters under discussion by the Academic Senate and other University Committees. 1. Welcome recently appointed student representatives and work in coordination with Government Recruitment & Training Officer to provide orientation of representatives. 2. Notify committee members of upcoming meetings 3. Collect reports from student representatives within 10 school days of the committee or council meeting 4. Review reports and notify AS Chief of Staff of any important issues which require ASI’s attention 5. Coordinate the Shared Governance Retreat 6. Ensure the ASI Student Representative web page is up-to-date 7. Coordinate student representative seats within Academic Senate 8. Work with the University to promote student participation in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).

required meetings time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

• President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. • Academic Senate – meets every other Thursday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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Secretary for City Affairs

position title position overview essential duties & responsibilities

Secretary for City Affairs Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters related to the Long Beach City Council, Long Beach Chamber of Commerce, Long Beach City College and Long Beach Unified School District. 1. To establish and foster a working relationship with the Long Beach City Council and other community entities 2. To establish and foster a working relationship with local legislators and represent the university community 3. To participate in the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Development Associate 4. To establish and foster a working relationship with the Long Beach City College student government 5. Plan the “49er for a Day” program in conjunction with the Long Beach Unified School District.

required meetings

time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

• • • •

President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Long Beach City Council – meets every Tuesday at 5 p.m. Long Beach City Council Chief of Staff’s meetings Long Beach Chamber of Commerce monthly meetings

Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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i am a

Secretary for Cultural Diversity

position title

Secretary for Cultural Diversity

position overview

The Secretary for Cultural Diversity shall increase awareness of cultural diversity among Associated Students and the campus community. Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters of cultural diversity on campus.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. To serve as the President’s Liaison to cultural groups. 2. To create and chair a Cultural Council for the purpose of increasing dialogue around differences among students. 3. To plan a campus-wide Multicultural event with the assistance of the Cultural Council 4. Follow-up on reports from the Student Satisfaction Survey and other surveys assessing the campus climate. 5. Host forums, discussions, and events to encourage dialogue among students, faculty, staff, and administrators. 6. Help to execute the provisions of the ASI Policy on Diversity

required meetings

time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

• President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. • Chair of Cultural Council meetings • Campus Climate Committee meetings Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office

(562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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i am a

Secretary for Disability Affairs

position title position overview

essential duties & responsibilities

Secretary for Disability Affairs The Secretary shall promote awareness and equality of disabled students in order to foster greater understanding and comfort between disabled students and the campus as a whole. Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters pertaining to disabled students. 1. To interface with the University Planning Committee. 2. To work with Disabled Student Services to organize meetings with members of Disabled Student Services at least twice a semester to share any related concerns. 3. To organize a Disabled Students Awareness Day to be held on campus every Spring semester. The following is required: a. This event should include, but not be limited to, the Executive branch and Senate working on campus with a created disability. b. It should end with a panel discussion to answer questions from the general

public about disabilities and any related issues. This panel should consist of at least the Secretary for Disabled Affairs, Director of Disabled Student Services, three members of Disabled Students representing several disabilities, ASI President or designee and one ASI Senator

required meetings

time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

• President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. • The Secretary shall report to the Senate at least twice per semester • Serve on the University’s Disabled Students’ Advisory Committee Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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i am a

Secretary for Internal Affairs

position title

Secretary for Internal Affairs

position overview

The Secretary for Internal Affairs shall represent the perspective of the Associated Students in the development and execution of programs and services within ASI and the university while maintaining positive relationships with respective entities. Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters pertaining to campus internal concerns.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. To gather and communicate relevant information to the ASI Chief of Staff in the areas under the Division of Student Services, Parking and Transportation, Housing and Residential Life, Health Center, University Dining, and any other divisions or departments of the university that affect student life in general. 2. Gather student opinions utilizing public forums, surveys, town hall meetings, and focus groups; and communicate such findings to the appropriate division or department. 3. To devise and suggest new and different strategies for the implementation of new or existing ASI programs and services, including but not limited to the University Student Union, the Isabel Patterson Child Development Center, and the ASI Recycling Center. 4. Coordinate the Annual Night Walk for Safety

required meetings time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Health and Safety Committee Meetings Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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Secretary for LGBTIQ Affairs

position title

Secretary for Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Intersexual Queer Affairs (LGBTIQ)

position overview

The Secretary shall promote awareness and appreciation of students who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersexual, and Queer in order to foster a multicultural and safe educational environment. Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters relating to the LGBTIQ campus community.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. To supervise, coordinate, and assist in recruitment of students holding membership in LGBTIQ campus committees. 2. To create a LGBTIQ Council and meet at least once a month during the academic year. Members of the council shall have voting rights and shall include, but not be limited to: 1 Senator, 2 representatives from the LGBTIQ Resource Center, 1 ASI staff member, LGBTIQ student organizations executive members and their advisors, 1 staff member from Student Life and Development. 3. Conduct an annual survey to gauge campus climate and awareness of LGBTIQ related issues. 4. To serve as a liaison to the Lavender Graduation Ceremony. 5. To aid in communication between the LGBTIQ Resource Center and Associated Students.

required meetings time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

application process

contact

• President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. • The Secretary shall report to the Senate at least twice per semester. Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement. $100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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Secretary for System-wide Affairs

position title

Secretary for System-wide Affairs

position overview

The Secretary for System-wide Affairs shall represent interests of Associated Students, Inc to the California State Student Association, the California State University system, and State legislators. Serves as a member of the President’s Cabinet advising on matters pertaining to the CSU system.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. To co-represent the university and ASI in the California State Students Association. 2. To provide a report on statewide effort in regards to university affairs, academic affairs, environmental affairs, and legislative affairs to the ASI Chief of Staff. 3. To act as the ASI President’s liaison to the CSU Trustees and the CSU Chancellor’s Office in regards to matters affecting CSULB students. 4. To coordinate the development of a Lobby Corps to advocate legislation or issues on behalf of CSULB students and facilitate its operations. 5. To coordinate voter registration drives

required meetings

• President’s Cabinet – meets every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. • Monthly CSSA meetings • Chancellor Office requested meetings

time commitment

Must maintain a minimum of 3 office hours per week, which includes time spent in meetings (see above) directly related to the responsibilities of the position as documented in the AS Bylaws and other governing documents of the campus. At least half of the office hours must be spent in the office. All office hours must be recorded with the Assistant Director for Student Leadership and Involvement.

compensation course credit available

helpful skills & activities

application process

$100-$200 per semester scholarship, use of office space, personal and professional development Reference page 45. Time management, public speaking, ability to interact positively and build effective working relationships with diverse populations of students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators, ability to communicate with tact and diplomacy. • • • •

Complete the Student Government Application Meet with ASI President ASI President will appoint individual Senate will confirm appointment

Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

contact

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i’m gonna involve

myself on campus!


i am a

Beach Team volunteer

position title

AS Beach Team Volunteer

position overview

The purpose of the Beach Team volunteer is for students to learn the intricacies of student government and Associated Students, Inc. This gives them the ability to apply for leadership positions within ASI and enhance their skills outside of the classroom. The Beach Team is designed to provide leadership opportunities that encompass the values and practices of student government while promoting outreach, involvement and teamwork on campus.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

typical activities

required meetings time commitment

compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities

academic links application process contact

Volunteer at ASI and campus events Plan events with commissioners or other planning entities Interact with the Long Beach community at various events Attend regularly scheduled meetings and trainings Maintain objectivity and confidentiality as needed

• Work with various campus departments to ensure ASI is represented at CSULB and community events positively • Create care packages for Finals Week • Organize events within ASI • Attend and participate in various ASI events Monthly meetings • Year-long commitment preferred • Individual preparation, meetings, attendance at events, about 5 hours per week. • Monthly meetings Use of office space, personal and professional development, leadership experience, networking opportunities, mentors and exposure to commissions and student government. Reference page 45. Adequate time to devote to activities and meetings, interest in human services and working with students, positive and “Go Beach” attitude, strong communication skills and committed to the purpose of establishing standards of excellence. Experience as an organization member or community involvement is a plus. Marketing, Communications, Political Science, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Liberal Arts or students interested in student government, and promotions and event planning. • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the Government Recruitment and Training Officer Government Recruitment and Training Officer (562) 985-5241 Student Government Office (562) 985-5241, asi@csulb.edu

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i’m gonna save

the planet!


i am a

Recycling Center Intern

position title

Recycling Center Intern/Volunteer

position overview

Interns and volunteers will be trained and work in all areas of day-to-day operations of a State Certified Redemption Center and multi-material recycling center.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. Sort and weigh recyclable materials 2. Assist members of the public as they redeem California Redemption Value (CRV) beverage containers 3. Operate electric vehicle to pick up recyclables from various campus locations 4. Load and unload recyclable materials collected on campus 5. Operate balers

typical activities

required meetings time commitment course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

All employees, interns and volunteers at the ASI Recycling Center must be capable of all of the things listed under duties and responsibilities. For interns and volunteers there is also the opportunity to work on special projects relating to their academic interests. These projects can include, marketing and public relations, conducting customer surveys and conducting educational tours for children and grant writing. As determined based on project assignment Minimum of 5 hours per week Reference page 45. Ability to work outside exposed to elements and frequently lift 40 pounds Environmental Studies, Marketing, Education or interested in the environment • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the Recycling Coordinator

Lee Johnson, Recycling Coordinator (562) 985-5461, ajohns13@csulb.edu

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i’m gonna sweat

and keep fit!


i am a

Intramural Sports & Wellness Intern

position title

Intramural Sports & Wellness Intern/Volunteer

position overview

Interns and volunteers are exposed to all areas of the Intramural Program. Students are assigned to run a sport league with which they are interested and knowledgeable, and program a successful tournament by the end of the semester. Students will also be expected to work in the intramural office.

essential duties & responsibilities

1. 2. 3. 4.

typical activities

required meetings time commitment compensation course credit available helpful skills & activities academic links application process

contact

Run at least one intramural sport league for the semester Assist with programming one intramural tournament Work in the intramural office a minimum of two hours per week Assist with overall promotion of the program

• Attending campus events to set up canopy and displays to promote the program • Program semester tournament including planning, promoting and running tournament • Run sport league including set-up, checking in teams, keeping score and recording results • Communicate effectively with visitors to the office, check-out equipment and possibly assist with set-up of light towers One mandatory staff meeting the first week of each semester Must be able to work a minimum of 5 hours per week Possible paid internship depending on budget, will count for required service hours for the Recreation & Leisure Department. Reference page 45. Knowledge of a variety of sports and some programming experience. Energetic, self-motivated team players who have good communication skills. Recreation, KPE majors or individuals interested in working in Recreational Sports • Complete the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Meet with the Director of Intramural Sports & Wellness

Maureen MacRae, Intramural Coordinator (562)985-4668, mmacrae@csulb.edu Glenn McDonald, Director of Intramurals (562)985-8122, gmcdonal@csulb.edu

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i’m gonna apply

and be part of ASI!


i’m gonna start a checklist!

Now that you have finished reading the ASI Volunteer Catalogue, get involved by: • Applying to your area of intrest

• Picking up your application from the ASI Human Resources Department, USU 232

• Completing the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement forms • Returning forms to the ASI Human Resources Department, USU 232

Interns who would like to receive college credit have two options: 1. Register at the Career Development Center (CDC) for the internship program offered through the office, which grants college credits.

2. Enroll in an Internship or Independent Studies class through your academic department. Most majors offer an Internship or Independent Studies course.

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Associated Students, Inc. Involvement Guide  

A description of all volunteer opportunities available within Associated Students, Inc. at CSULB.

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