The ASG is accepting applications for officer positions for 2011-2012. The ASG President and Vice Presidents (three VP positions total, one for each campus) are elected, and the Treasurer, Secretary, Senators and Coordinators are appointed.
To run for any of the president/vice president positions, please know:
• Active campaigning for the four positions began on May 31.
• Students running for elected positions must turn in a completed application (and required documentation) to the Diversity Center before they begin their campaign.
• Each student will be given a one-page sheet on campaign etiquette.
• The window for campaigning ends June 17.
• The online voting will be open June 20-22.
NOTE: Applications for other ASG officer positions are accepted and actively encouraged! Once the 2011-2012 president/vice presidents are elected, they will begin interviewing and appointing the rest of their executive team. Applications already received will have first consideration. Contact Kat or LeMont for more information. (Applicants from 2010-2011 must resubmit for 2011-2012.)
Global Heritage Celebration – June 8, 2011 – South Campus PlazaThis year’s Global Heritage Celebration is Wednesday, June 8 from 11 a.m.-12: 30 p.m. at the South Campus plaza (weather permitting). Come enjoy the celebration and music by the Iwi Pono Student Society, a Fijian, Maori and Hawaiian dance group from Everett Community College! The group derives its name from the I'iwi bird, native to the Hawaiian Islands. Pono means to "take care." Iwi Pono is the concept that it takes every contributor to create something beautiful and noteworthy. Celebration lunch special: Half sandwich, chips and a drink for a $1 (While the grub lasts!).
Attention Students and Staff--Summer Fest 2011
Put on your blue jeans and bobby socks, break out those chocolate milkshakes, and turn up the Rock 'n Roll, because this summer, the Associated Student Government (ASG) is turning South Campus into Coolsville for Summer Fest, a 1950s-themed bash, on Friday, July 8.
The ASG is looking for all you talented cool cats out there!
- Can entertain people,
- Make and/or sell items,
- Would like to showcase a talent,
- Or have a have a FUN idea for a booth...
The Diversity Center is looking for adventurous individuals who want to immerse themselves in other cultures. If this is you, then volunteer to be at Ethnic Fest, July 30-31. Bates has maintained a booth at this event for several years. Volunteer shifts at the booth are in two hour blocks; after that you are free to explore the diverse world Wright Park is transformed into, sampling the various foods and wares of the many cultures represented. All interested parties should contact LeMont Lucas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Quarter Dates
June 22 Last day to drop a class and have a “W” appear on your transcript
July 27 Last day of the quarter