April 8, 2020

Being a “change agent”

Be the “change agent” you want to see at USU Eastern.
Do you want to see things change at USU Eastern? Are you willing to step up and give the chancellor input on the challenges that face USU Eastern? Then there might be a position for you next year, beginning fall 2012.
USU Eastern Student Government elections are coming up and it’s time to consider running for student office.

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Be the “change agent” you want to see at USU Eastern.
Do you want to see things change at USU Eastern? Are you willing to step up and give the chancellor input on the challenges that face USU Eastern? Then there might be a position for you next year, beginning fall 2012.
USU Eastern Student Government elections are coming up and it’s time to consider running for student office.
Let’s face it; you come to college to get skills to get a job when you graduate. What you learn in the classroom will get you the job, what you learn outside of the classroom will help you keep the job, and possibly get you promoted that much quicker. With the job market the way it is these days, why not capitalize on every opportunity to get you where you want to be.
Three-elected positions are available in Eastern Utah Student Association and approximately ten to fifteen appointed positions. President, Vice President of Academics and Vice President of Activities are elected positions. Students holding these offices receive a full scholarship and a stipend. Appointed positions get a partial scholarship and stipend as well. However, this is more than a paycheck and reduced tuition, it’s a leadership experience that is admired and respected by employers. It is relevant work experience you can put on your resume. It’s an experience that you can draw from when you interview for a job or need to solve a leadership problem. Furthermore, you gain a network of friends that you will have the ability to connect with for the rest of your life.
If you have an interest in making things better at USU Eastern attend the upcoming EUSA Student Government Leader interest meeting. Being a student is your first priority on campus and therefore you must have a 2.5 GPA and plan on being a full time student to run for office. So check your grades and we’ll see you on (Don’t have the date, EUSA has it) for the EUSA election interest forum.

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