It’s that time of year again! CAB is looking to get some new students to join the Executive Board and this year all positions are available! Applications can be found at the SAO Information Desk and are due to the CAB Office in the Gustie Den April 12th. Interviews will be taking place on April 20 & 21.
If you have questions about any of the positions, feel free to reach out to any current CAB member or come to our Open House on March 20 in the Courtyard Café from 5:30 – 7pm.
Arts & Entertainment: responsible for planning and co-sponsoring educational speakers and events, as well as coordinating trips to fine arts opportunities in the Twin Cities. This position is also responsible for the “Big Speaker” every other year (Previous speakers: Frank Warren; Frank Abagnale).
Business Manager: responsible for coordinating and managing the Campus Activities Board budget by tracking bills and statements, filing payments, and working with executives to effectively plan their individual budgets.
Coffeehouse: responsible for discovering, booking, and hosting performers and/or events primarily in the Courtyard Café. This is a highly administrative position.
Concerts: responsible for planning and facilitating medium to large concerts on campus. This position is also responsible for the “Big Concert,” which will occur in the 2011-2012 school year. (Previous acts: Ben Folds, Lupe Fiasco, Gavin DeGraw).
Culture & Diversity: responsible for educating students on cultural differences, backgrounds, and issues of diversity. This will include individual programming as well as coordinating with the Diversity Leadership Council and other organizations to share ideas and coordinate co-sponsorship opportunities.
Recreation: responsible for planning and facilitating the Gustie Cup Tournaments as well as arranging and coordinating trips to professional sporting events in the Twin Cities (i.e. Minnesota Wild, Minnesota Twins).
President: responsible for working in coordination with a co-president to foster the development of the executive board, facilitate meetings, and work with executives one-on-one. This position represents the Campus Activities Board to Gustavus community as well as works closely with the Campus Activities Board advisor.
Publicity: responsible for working in coordination with a co-executive to advance the overall brand of Campus Activities Board, and collaborate with peers to develop marketing strategies. The co-executives are the main developers of large event marketing (i.e. Homecoming, Big Concert). Must be able to produce high quality digital publicity and/or have graphic design skills.
Publicity Manager: responsible for the overall publicity in coordination with two publicity executives with the goal of advancing the overall brand of Campus Activities Board. The manager of the publicity team administers tasks to publicity executives, facilitates appropriate training for the publicity executives and board, and maintains CABs standards of publicity.
Secretary: responsible for distributing and assessing event proposals, event evaluations, and student response evaluations. This position is also responsible for taking in-depth meeting minutes and providing support to all other executives.
Special Events: responsible for working with a co-executive to produce big budget signature events, including but not limited to: Homecoming, Dancing with the Profs, and President’s Ball.
Weekends: responsible for the selection of weekend movies, coordination of showings, and solicitation of student feedback. This position is also responsible for planning approximately one weekend event per month (i.e. Dueling Pianos, SNL).