Advisory Council Application 2017-2018
We're looking for strong, energetic, positive and vocal club sports leaders to serve on the 2017-18 Advisory Board! During your involvement with the Advisory Board, you'll fulfill these responsibilities:
- Facilitiate Club Sport Leadership Nights
- Lead the event planning and fundraising projects for the annual ACS Awards
- Assist in the yearly recommendations of Club Sport allocations
- Create and distribute monthly newsletters to Club Sport officers
- Collaborate with the Club Sport Administration by developing and organizing Fall/Spring Officer Trainings
- Review applications for aspiring Club Sports
In order to be considered for a position on the Advisory Board, you must have held a main officer position (president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary) for at least a full academic year at some point during your university tenure. You must also be an officer while holding an Advisory Board position, however it does not need to be one of the main four positions.
If you have questions, or are interested in applying for the 2017-2018 Advisory Board, please email Club Sports at email@example.com
Current Advisory Board Members
Alec is a senior originally from Webb City, MO. He is double majoring in Finance and Accounting and has been involved with Club Sports as a member of the Club Golf team since his he was elected President his freshman year. He has been a member of the Advisory Board for two years and still serves the Club Golf team in an advisory role.
Elika is a junior from Little Rock, AR majoring in Kinesiology and aspiring to go to PT School. This is her second year on the Advisory Board and is also the current President of the Triathlon Club. Fun Facts: She grew up in Tokyo, Japan, her favorite color is blue, and her Facebook news feed consists puppy videos.
Gabriel is a junior majoring in Journalism with a minor in political science. A former track and field athlete at Missouri Southern State University before transferring to the University of Arkansas in the fall of 2015. It was at this time that Gabriel made the transition to cycling and found a new home with the University of Arkansas Cycling Club. He quickly developed strong friendships with club members and took the position as marketing director in his first semester with the club. Today, Gabriel is the Cycling Club's Vice President and will be transitioning to the role of Treasurer for the 2016-2017 academic year to ensure that younger club members can get a handle on how to serve as leaders before he graduates in May of 2018.
Gabriel's focus as an Advisory Board member is athlete retention, growing the number of participants in Club Sports, and creating an inclusive environment where students of all ability levels have a place to enjoy sports.