**UPDATED SINCE 5/1**
(New election date for Tech& Media Directors)
Interested in gaining real-life experience? Yearning for an outlet to showcase your talents? Looking for ways to build your resume? Do you want a family away from your family? Korean Students Association is holding elections for staff positions starting Sunday (4/28)! We have variety of different positions that may help you grow in innumerable ways so come out and become a part of our KSA family.
Here’s the schedule for the upcoming General Elections: All elections will start promptly at 9:45 pm
Sunday (4/28): Social Chair & Culture Chair @ BCC 116a
Monday (4/29): PR, CAC, PAC @ ARC
**TUESDAY Wednesday(4/30): Tech & Media Directors @ ARC
Thursday (5/2): VAC, GAC @ ARC, 9:45 pm
Sunday (5/5): Tech, Media Director, Webmaster @ BCC 116a, 8:30 pm
The process of elections goes as follows. You will be given 2 minutes to give a short speech and 8 minutes will be spent on a Question and Answers. The Q/A length can be extended by staff if necessary. Descriptions for each position are below.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact anyone on staff. More specifically, contact the person that held the position last year for the most accurate info!
Culture Chairs (2)
The culture chairs are responsible for organizing at least one cultural event each semester: Fall Culture Event and Project Korea. The position requires interest and/or knowledge in Korean culture, creative thinking, and have some experience in show planning. The chairs will deal with logistics and programming of the event, such as room and equipment set up, food contract, performing act selection, emcee selection, theme selection, and execution.
Yoori Won (email@example.com) | John YS Lim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Social Chairs (2)
The social chairs are responsible for general interest meetings (GIM) and social gatherings hosted by KSA. They are responsible for connecting KSA staff and general members in a fun, and interactive way as well as building the family bond amongst all staff members. Some events include New Student Orientation, KSA staff retreats, and semiformal. Social Chairs should be outgoing, creative, and proactive.
Alex Kim (email@example.com) | Bianca Siu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Public Relations Chair
The PR Chair is responsible for creating and maintaining KSA’s presence in the Asian American and Rutgers community. Some responsibilities include: maintaining all of KSA’s social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Website), creating fun and informative content on the website, and attending Asian Student Council meetings. They also act as a liaison, connecting KSA staff to other Asian organizations on campus and to KSA alumni. The PR Chair will also partake in maintaining corporate sponsors.
Harry Lee (email@example.com)
Community Affairs Coordinator
The CAC is responsible for raising awareness for local events and larger-scale Asian-American causes by creating ways to help our micro and macro communities alongside the PR Chair and PAC. The CAC will also be in charge of organizing and leading several community service projects throughout the year. Some examples might include: Big Chill 5k Run, Prom Dress Drive.
Keeyeon Won (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Political Action Chair
The PAC is responsible for raising awareness of social, cultural and political issues in the Korean and Korean-American community on campus and off. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: updating the website with insightful and interesting political affairs, presentations during meeting on current news. In addition, the individual will continue to look for new and creative ways to respond to changing concerns and needs of the community.
Jessica Kim (email@example.com)
Visual Arts Coordinator
The VAC is responsible for maintaining the visual aesthetics of any production we hold by coming up with themes, decorations, props, backdrops, invitations, etc. In addition, the VAC is responsible for posters and any other non-computer-based visuals. The position requires a keen eye for visual aesthetics and a creative mind.
Elania Cha (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Graphic Arts Coordinator
The GAC is responsible for designing appealing graphics for promotional items such as: flyers, programs, logos, t-shirts, KSA cards, and anything else that would require graphic design. They should be comfortable with Photoshop and/or other design-related programs i.e. Adobe Illustrator. (Portfolio of past work recommended)
Stella Park (email@example.com)
The media director will be in charge of filming, editing, and uploading all videos that will be needed during each event. This is a great way to showcase you talent and build your portfolio if you are interested in working in field of film-making and/or media. The position will require some knowledge in video editing programs such as Adobe Premiere and iMovie and the ability to create creative video content. Media director will work closely with the tech director for each event.
Jessica Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The tech director will be supervising the tech aspect of every show that the organization will be holding. The position requires some experience with the sound board, mixers, music equipment, and/or audio hardware. This is the perfect opportunity for those who are tech savvy to build their resume. The tech director will work closely with the media director for each event.
Kelly Chang (email@example.com) & Jessica Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kevin Chang (email@example.com)
It is recommended that you ask one of our current staff members for more information or advice if you are interested in coming out!
We can’t wait to meet you & we wish you the best of luck! :)