Thursday, May 5, 2011

Cabinet of ''12-'13

President: Alan An
Vice President:  
Chhe Tum 
Secretary: Maggie Cheng
Treasurer: Christopher Lan
Sergeant at Arms: Vickie Lieu
Service Chair: Anna Huang
Historian/Bulletin Editor: Taylor Huynh
Advisory Board:  Stanley Ho,  Jenny Wu
Advisor: Mr. Gin

So You Wanna be an Officer?

President: Leads officer meetings and regular meetings. Attends all events. Assign officers jobs and makes sure they do it. Mingles with officers, staff, faculty, and advisor. Independence, leadership, organization, and understanding of the art of delegating. Tons of work and responsibility. Needs to be social and assertive.

Vice President: Replaces the president in meetings or events when the president is not available. Aids president whenever in need through thick and thin. Temporarily takes the place of an officer until he/she can resume the position. Establishes a good relationship among officers, staff, faculty, and advisors

Secretary: Types up the agenda as well as sends monthly reports to the division on how the club is doing. Also updates the volunteer hours and can establish his/her own schedule if desired. Loads of work ahead. The Secretary leads if the President and Vice President cannot make it to something. Preferably neat and organized.

Treasurer: Sets up fundraisers and attends ICC meetings. Loves to work with money. Lives, breathes, and smells like money. Establishes a good relationship with staff in activities office and bank lady. Fills out forms to turn in to EB.

Historian: Works well with computers and loves to edit, design, and express one’s creativity. The photographer of the cabinet. Must know HTML. CSS highly recommended.

Service Chair: Looks for services for the club so members can achieve their hours of community service to stay committed and active. Hours look good on college apps! Also sets up socials and interclubs with other key clubs in the division, so you have to be social and a people-person.

Sergeant At Arms: Keeps the club running smoothly. Makes sure no one is talking while an officer, advisor, or Kiwanis is talking. Without S.A.A. the club would be chaotic. Assertiveness and a loud voice are key attributes of an S.A.A.

Bulletin Editor: Uses a CD to format pages similar to a newsletter. It is read by everyone and the number of newsletters a year is entirely up to the Bulletin Editor.

Advisory Board: Not a position to run for but is a collection of the officers selected to be a team to help out the cabinet. Helps to build a better club, gives advice, and is asked for help when another officer is in need. Establishes a good relationship with other schools.