Thinking About 21-22 State Board?
Posted: Oct 10, 2020
Advisors - as you try to navigate the crazy and unpredictable new education world of remote, hybrid, or in-person learning, take a moment to consider whether you have a Council member who is a potential IASC Executive Board candidate. It is not too early to start identifying a young leader ready to serve the IASC.
Highlights of the main duties for each office are available here. Share this information with any student who has the potential to run for an IASC office. Serving as an IASC Executive Board member is a rewarding experience for the student, the school, and you, the advisor. If your student becomes a member of the board you must attend all board meetings with your student. If you have any questions about the positions or serving on the board in general, please contact Wes Aymer, Second Year Advisor-at-Large, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please remember your school must be a member of the IASC in order to run a candidate. Membership forms are available online at www.illinoisstuco.org/about/join. In addition, all candidates must be regular voting delegates at the IASC State Convention in May and cannot serve as Honor Delegates.
On November 2nd, the official IASC Executive Board applications will be available on the IASC website at www.illinoisstuco.org/apps. However, we encourage you to begin thinking about a potential candidate now!