Student Advisory Board (SAB)
The purpose of the Student Advisory Board is to act as a liaison between students and the Career Development Center in order to provide regular feedback on events, programs, services and initiatives. The Student Advisory Board will meet with the Career Development Center Director, and with the Vice Chancellor of Enrollment and Student Affairs as necessary, on a quarterly basis.
The SAB will ensure the Career Development Center is meeting the needs of students and closely following the strategic initiatives of the university and the Student Affairs division.
Provide counsel to the Career Development Center Director regarding whether the center is meeting the needs of the student population through programming and services.
Contribute to the professional development of Career Development staff and advisory board members by striving for continual growth and improvement through goal setting and assessment.
Inform students of new and existing career readiness opportunities on campus.
Contribute to strategic initiatives by pursuing collaboration and partnership activities with campus constituents, alumni, community organizations and employers.
The Student Advisory Board will consist of five (5) members with a maximum number of ten (10) currently enrolled students. During implementation of the board, the Career Development Center Director will appoint all members. In future iterations, all decisions regarding membership will be decided by a majority vote of the active members of the Student Advisory Board.
Members will hold a minimum GPA of 2.5. Term begins when the student is selected and will end upon graduation, resignation or termination.
Duties of Members
Become knowledgeable of the Career Center's mission, vision, strategic goals and outcomes.
- Attend regular meetings of the Student Advisory Board, and attend one Career Development Center special event per semester.
- Arrive to meetings prepared to provide feedback on agenda items and overall initiatives.
- Serve as ambassadors to the Career Development Center by actively promoting programming and events to all students.
Interested in Joining?
Email one or both of the Student Advisory Board Coordinators with your availability for the upcoming semester, and attach your current resume.
Meetings will be held on a quarterly basis throughout the academic year, beginning in late August and ending in early May. Meetings will occur in September, November, February and April. One third of the members shall constitute a quorum for all meetings.
Student Advisory Board Member
Secondary Education – English
Adult Learning Center, V.P. Tau Sigma National Honor Society, National Society of Leadership and Success – Sigma Alpha Pi