Community Outreach

 
Julie Bishop
Assistant Director of Community Outreach
Strosacker College Union, 2nd Floor
(440) 826-8560
jbishop@bw.edu

Special Projects Team

 

What is the Special Projects Team?

The Special Projects Team, consisting of up to 10 members, spends their time focusing on all of the larger events that OCO sponsors. These events include Saturday of Service, Gift Drive, MLK Day of Learning ,BW Spring Service Day and Leave it Behind.
 

Role of Special Projects Team Members:

For each event, a team member(s) is selected as the project Point Person(s), with the rest of the team operating as the planning committee. The project Point Person is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the project under the supervision of the Student Director of Special Projects. This includes, but is not limited to, setting a project timeline, delegating tasks among the planning committee members, setting and adhering to a program budget and evaluating the program. Special Projects Team Members meet weekly.  They are also expected to attend OCO Leadership Retreats (one per semester) and monthly OCO Team meetings.
 

To Apply:

Submit the completed application form below by no later than 12:00 p.m. on April 11th.

* Required information
First Name: *
Last Name: *
BW Email Address: *
Phone Number (with area code): *
Major: *
Minor: *
GPA: *
Release to check records: by checking yes, you are providing your electronic consent for release to check conduct and academic records. Serious violations or multiple violations of university policy may jeopardize your eligibility for participation. Students are also expected to be in good academic standing to serve on the OCO Team. The judgment of the OCO Staff on this matter will be final. This information will remain confidential and will be used for official purposes only
I hereby give my consent for the OCO staff (Director/Assistant Director) to check my records as indicated in the above statement:  Yes  
Expected Graduation Date: *
Are you? *
Why are you interested in becoming a member of the OCO Team? *
What does service mean to you? *
Please describe your past/current involvement with service/volunteering: *
What skills do you possess that would be beneficial to the Special Projects Team? *
What other commitments do you have next year (2014-2015)? Please include leadership positions, involvement in other student organizations, and employment:
Is there anything else you would like to add?
Please select all times that you would be available for an interview:  4/14 1:30    4/14 2:00    4/14 2:30    4/14 3:00    4/14 3:30    4/14 5:00    4/14 5:30    4/14 7:00    4/14 7:30    4/14 8:00    4/14 8:30    4/15 12:00    4/15 12:30    4/17 12:00    4/17 12:30  
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