Dear Class of 2014,
It is time to elect next year's Senior Class Officers. The officers you elect will represent your class in planning for Commencement, Baccalaureate, the senior party, senior gala, senior class gift, and more. Being a Senior Class Officer is a significant commitment of time and responsibility, and comes with significant influence in shaping the activities surrounding your class's senior week and representing the entire no class of 2014.
We are now taking nominations for Class of 2014 Senior Class Officers. You may nominate any member of the class of 2014, and you may nominate yourself. All nominees will be contacted with more detailed information about the responsibilities associated with being a Senior Class Officer to determine if they are interested and willing to serve if elected. Please consider nominating those individuals who have both the leadership skills and dedication needed to serve in this role, as well as those who will represent the diverse viewpoints and interests of your class. You may nominate multiple people to serve, and five Senior Class Officers will be elected.
Please go to this form to submit nominations; deadline is 11:59 p.m. Thursday (April 18).
Among other things, Senior Class Officers:
- Help choose the Commencement speaker
- Choose student speakers at Commencement and Baccalaureate
- Select student acts and the faculty speaker for Baccalaureate
- Select and solicit for the Senior Class Gift
- Assist with alumni and parent breakfasts to raise money for the Senior Party
- Plan and host the Senior Party
- Communicate all senior-related information to the class of 2014
- Take individual responsibility for at least one component of Commencement and Senior Week
- Meet weekly or bi-weekly with one or more advisors to collaborate on decisions and projects
- Host one or more all-seniors meetings to solicit input from the entire class
Please feel free to contact Mark Spreitzer or the 2013 Senior Class Officers (Clara Baker, Kelsey Bartolozzi, Ellie Daniels, Debbie Dyslin, Karla Figueroa, Anthony Otey, and Justine Ringberg) with questions about what being an officer entails.