Mid-State will appoint up to 20 student representatives to lead the Student Leadership Board (SLB). These representatives shall be a voice for the students, as well as a face for the college. Each student representative is also considered for the WTCS Student Ambassador Program, which is awarded to one outstanding Mid-State student representative each year.
Representatives’ duties shall include:
- Chair the meetings of the General Session and the Executive Committee using Roberts Rules of Order procedure.
- Conduct business, not otherwise provided for, that may arise between meetings.
- Act as liaison to Mid-State Technical College Board and administration.
- Record all proceedings and roll call of all related meetings.
- Submit the minutes of each formal meeting to the advisor within five business days.
- Conduct such correspondence as directed by the Student Leadership Board advisor.
- Present plans and policies to the Student Leadership Board for approval.
- Act upon such matters that require immediate attention between full meetings.
- Promote needed legislation.
- Recommend removal of any officer or member for cause.
- Provide paid assistance for meetings, events, or community services per semester as approved by the SLB advisor. Receive $13 per hour.
- And all such other duties as would normally befall this committee.
What previous student representatives had to say about their experience:
Brittany Nelson – Business Management
“I joined SLB because I wanted to get more involved with the college. Being a part of such an amazing team has been one of the best experiences so far and I’m excited to see where it takes me!”
Callie Luebke – Welding
“I have a diverse background in healthcare, grassroots organizing, and real estate. I was drawn to be on the SLB because I believe in the importance of taking an active role in my community while positively representing the diverse student body at Mid-State.”
Kristen Deadwyler – Digital Marketing & Project Management
“Mid-State helped me develop leadership skills through work study roles in the community. When I learned of the opportunity to serve on the Student Leadership Board, I jumped at the chance to use those skills to serve the student body.”