It’s that time of year again! At the beginning of every fall semester, the IEEE ASU Student Branch holds an annual Board Member elections to allow students the opportunity to run for leadership positions. Traditionally, the Board allows for two students per position. This usually allows for an established Board Member from the previous year to mentor a secondary individual and get to know the responsibilities of the specific role. As Board Members graduate or move on from positions, we need to fill those vacancies for the upcoming school year. This is a great opportunity to get more involved with IEEE at ASU and also provides opportunities to interact with the greater IEEE organization, including Regional events. Board Member positions require more time commitment than general members do, but the rewards of being on the board are worth it!

We traditionally have a fun event in person with food where we can hang out and get to know each other. However, this year’s elections will be held online via Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic.¬†Prepare an elevator pitch of 2-3 minutes in length detailing why you want to run for the position you chose and what makes you a good fit. You can apply to more than 1 position but no more than 3. The elections will be held on Saturday, September 5, 2020. You must fill out the Google Form in order to receive the Zoom link and time slots for the elections. (We are aiming to begin around 12:00pm but time is subject to change. More details to follow. In the past, the elections took 1-2 hours total but is dependent on how many students show up to run.)

See the attached PDF to learn more about IEEE and which positions are currently available. There are also detailed descriptions of each position’s responsibilities further down in the PDF for a better idea of each role. Information PDF

If you’re interested in running for a position, click here (applications have closed now)¬†or scan the QR code on the poster below to fill out a Google Form to express your interest.

We hope to see you at the elections!