Student Advisory Board
For the 2018-19 academic year, the Career Center is launching a Student Advisory Board (SAB). Members of the SAB will act as liaisons between students and the Career Center. They will provide feedback on Career Center programs and services, have access to special events, and make valuable contacts. Being on the SAB is a great opportunity for members to develop leadership skills, enhance their resumes, begin networking with potential employers, and contribute to the continued development of the Career Center.
Composed of a diverse group of Lewis & Clark undergraduate students who will come from a wide range of majors, SAB will work to enhance the services to students and employers. The SAB will meet in person 3 times in the Fall Semester and 4 times in the Spring Semester during the academic year to:
- Discuss current career-related issues experienced by students on campus
- Share feedback with the Career Center on new and existing initiatives geared toward improving student communications
- Develop relationships with the Career Center and students, helping to facilitate successful student engagement strategies.
Through the SAB membership, students will further develop communication, teamwork, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills. This opportunity will help students develop knowledge about career support and services, and connect with employers in diverse industries.
- Attend regularly scheduled meetings throughout the year (three required meetings per term) – food and beverages will be provided!
- Provide insight, feedback, and advice to the Career Center
- Engage in 1 Career Fair and/or Career Center event per semester.
If you are interested in potentially serving as a member of the SAB, please contact Mary Beth Snell at email@example.com with any questions.