The president is the leader of the student group and works with the faculty adviser on the agenda of group meetings. The president will also represent the group to the chapter board.
The VP assists the president as needed. When the president is absent, the vice president performs the president’s duties, such as introducing speakers and leading student group meetings.
The treasurer handles money at events, provides a report of current finances at group meetings and assists the faculty advisor in keeping track of funds. Funds are held held by the faculty adviser.
The secretary maintains the group’s records, including meeting agendas and summaries of events and activities. These records should be shared with the faculty advisor and the chapter’s education director.
This person utilizes all online and in-person tools to keep student members, nonmembers and faculty at the school informed of upcoming events and activities. This includes maintaining the group’s Facebook page and sending out group-wide emails.
The programming director outlines the necessary steps for arranging events or group activities. They may also seek other opportunities within the school, with other student groups, and around the community.
The membership director assists the faculty advisor in distributing and collecting applications and keeps contact information for each member.
The faculty adviser is the liaison between the students & AIGA and is responsible for the formation and maintenance of the student group.
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