Interested in becoming a part of the ASUW while gaining work experience that can be used to enhance your resume! Apply to be an Elections Administration Committee (EAC) intern! This opportunity will help you gain applicable work experience as well as introduce you to some amazing leaders on the UW campus.
Application opens Tuesday, October 6th and will be open until October 20th. Visit http://volunteer.asuw.org/position-catalog/ to apply!
Intern opportunities include:
- Volunteer & Community Outreach
- Elections Day Operations
Voting is now open! Polls are open until Wednesday, May 13th at 11:45PM! All UW undergraduate and graduate students can vote here: http://tinyurl.com/2015asuwelections.
To learn more about the candidates checkout a copy of the 2015 Voter’s Guide!
The Elections Administration Committee will have Election Information Tables at the following locations this week –
- Red Square [9AM – 4PM]
- The Quad [9AM – 4PM]
- The Husky Union Building [9AM – 4PM]
- Memorial Way [9AM – 4PM]
- The 8 in McMahon Hall [4PM – 7PM]
- Local Point in Lander Hall [4PM – 7PM]
- The Ethnic Cultural Center [4PM-7PM]
- The IMA [4PM-7PM]
The Elections Administration Committee is hosting our annual presidential debate. Come listen to the Presidential and Vice-presidential candidates answer questions relating to the 2015 ASUW Elections.
Christina Xiao: ASUW President
KK Saha: ASUW Personnel Director
Mac Zellem: SAF Chair
Magdelawit Negussie: BSU President
The ASUW Elections volunteer sign-up is now live. Help the EAC run our neutral voting stations during spring elections. If you volunteer four hours of your time during May 11, 12, and 13 you will receive a free T-shirt. Do your part to help the EAC promote the campaigning process and encourage civic engagement on our campus! Apply at www.tinyurl.com/EACvolunteers2015.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead
There will be THREE Information Sessions. Feel free to attend any or all!
February 25th, 6-7pm, HUB 106
March 2nd, 6-7pm, ECC
March 9th, 6-7pm, HUB 106
The ASUW Elections Committee conducts this session to provide resources for those running in the upcoming election! It is open to potential candidates, election volunteers, future candidates, or students at-large.
Current board members will be present to share their experiences running in last year’s elections and provide you with any advice you may need as well as answer any questions you may have!
Thank you to all of you who applied to join the EAC as a committee member! We truly appreciate your interest in being involved with the ASUW elections process. There are so many great applicants to choose from. Announcements will be coming soon!
If you are interested in becoming a committee member on the EAC following this link to the application: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/asuwvote/254210
Hello everyone! This year’s application to volunteer for the Elections Administration Committee is now OPEN! If you or anyone you know would like to help increase civic engagement on campus and encourage the democratic voice of the students, we urge you to volunteer to be a part of our committee to help facilitate the elections process. You can apply by following this link and clicking on “Elections Administration Committee Application”. Applications are due December 14th at 11:59 pm.
The fourth and final intern: Jp Dobles! Jp is a freshman, lives in the Greek community, and is the current EAC marketing intern. He will be a great addition to our team with his excitement and creativity.
And some more information about Jp:
Hometown: Washougal, WA
What are you most excited to accomplish this year?: Getting involved with ASUW, creating an engaging atmosphere for the elections, and working with my fellow interns.
Ideal vacation? The Maldives Islands in the Indian Ocean
If you had to move to another country tomorrow, where would you go? England because those accents are to die for.
Favorite restaurant on the Ave? Any place that has sushi.
If you could be an animal, which would you choose, and why? A pug because they’re really cute.