The Associated Student Government of Santa Ana College (ASGSAC) advocates on your behlaf of students on issues that affect students and ensures a student voice in the decision-making processess of the college. The ASGSAC ensures that a variety of clubs and organizations are available for students to join. They believe in making sure that students have a fun and eventful learning enironment on campus. Also, ASGSAC hopes that all students ahve an opportunity to participate in extra and co-curricular acitivitie and to enjhace the college experience of students.
DARE TO LEAD!
The ASG is made up of three different branches, modeling the United States government. Those three branches are Executive Cabinet (Executive), Senate (Legislative), and the Supreme Court (Judicial).
Each academic year, over 35 student leadership positions are available through both campus-wide elections an dan appalication/interview process.
BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION:
Develop leadership skills
BE THE VOICE: Be involved in student advocacy efforts
Participate in decision making for the entire student body
You must be carrying a minimum of 6 units during your appointment and keep a minimum of a 2.0 GPA (current and cumulative).
AVAILABLE ASGSAC STUDENT LEADERSHIP POSITIONS
2016-2017 LEADERSHIP POSITIONS
If you want to learn more about any of the positions , CLICK HERE to download the position descriptions for your reference. Browse the different branches to see which one is the best fit for you.
Applications are currently being accepted for the following 2016-2017 ASGSAC student leader positions. CLICK Here for applications.
Applications are due Friday, September 2, 2016 by 12pm at the Office of Student Life (VL-205A).
INFORMATION SESSIONS OFFERED ON
"How to Get Involved on Campus?"
To learn more about ASGSAC, how to apply for positions, and get involved, please attend one of the information sessions.
August 10th or August 26th, 2016
Time: 11 a.m-12pm
Location: The Spot VL-210
All BRANCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT GOVERNMENTNOW RECRUITING!
Please contact the Office of Student Life at 714-6214 to reserve a spot for information about the application and process of getting involved.
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