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Presides over all meetings and acts as a representative to the Northwest community. Oversees all Executive Board members and delegates the council’s budget.
Handles all duties of the President in their absence. Takes attendance and minutes for all meetings. Manages two information tables per semester in order to recruit new members.
Takes charge of promoting every event through social media and traditional media. Handles relations with all media outlets. Designs and takes responsibility for distribution showcase posters and flyers.
Responsible for, but is not limited to, planning one concert per semester. Takes responsibility for alternating genres and gathering student opinions and feedback on concerts.
Plans and coordinates entertainment and special event programming. Books a variety of entertainment acts throughout the year including, but not limited to, comedians, magicians, hypnotists, illusionists. Also responsible for planning events for major events on campus (Advantage Week, SOAR events, Family Weekend, Homecoming, and Northwest Week).
Plans two Thursday night activities per month focusing primarily on "alternatives to alcohol" programming.
Plans two weekend events per month. May have more than one event per weekend, but events should be on Friday or Saturday.
Finds, plans and organizes speakers to come to campus for the lecture series. May work with Distinguished Lecture programmer. Books a minimum of three speakers per academic year; Contacts special interest groups for co-sponsorship opportunities or to provide information regarding lectures (i.e. relevant clubs and organizations, teachers, and outside community groups).