Individual ISA Officer Requirements

President

The President is a paid position that requires 5 hours during the week (including attending ISA and Senate meetings) for a $50 weekly stipend. The main responsibility of the president is to lead the ISA in providing appropriate activities to fulfill the club’s mission of providing support to international & multicultural students and educating campus entities on diversity and internationalism. Excellent leadership, communication, and time management, teamwork skills are required to carry out the following examples of presidential duties:

  • Create and distribute the weekly agenda for club meetings
  • Run club meetings and ensure that the agenda is followed
  • Provide guidance to executive board members and resolve disputes if/when they occur
  • Delegate duties to executive board members when appropriate and make sure that the delegated duties are carried out in an appropriate and timely manner
  • Represent the ISA as a student organization to Student Government and other campus groups.
  • Support the planning and execution of all ISA events
  • Set an example to other executive board members for appropriate behavior such as attendance at meetings and events

Vice-president

The vice-president is expected to assist all officers with their duties as required. Excellent leadership, communication, time management, and teamwork skills are required. The qualifications are:

  • Fill any of the ISA officers positions listed when officers are absent
  • Assist and support the president and other officers
  • Support the planning and execution of all ISA events which includes attendance
  • Represent ISA at  Executive Budgetary Committee (EBC) and/or General Student Senate meetings if other ISA officers are unavailable

Secretary

The secretary is primarily responsible for communication of ISA business within the Executive Board and to the members. Communication skills, time management and teamwork skills are essential. The qualifications are:

  • Take minutes (taking notes of all proceedings at club meetings)
  • Distribute and/or upload these notes into the ISA officers’ folder
  • Create and distribute flyers for ISA sponsored events (i.e., coffee hour, Oronoka, etc.)
  • Support the planning and execution of all ISA events which includes attendance
  • Represent ISA at Executive Budget Committee (EBC) and/or General Student Senate meetings if other ISA officers are unavailable

Treasurer

The treasurer is responsible for ISA’s finances. Public speaking, communication skills, time management and meticulous attention to detail are essential. The treasurer should write grant proposal for fund request to Student Government, Programming Fund and Residence Hall Association (RHA). Preferably, Finance major background.

  • Organize and manage update financial records
  • In charge of collecting and/or depositing funds in the bank
  • Submit requests for funds to the Student Government, Programming Fund, Residence Hall Association (RHA) or other campus organization on time
  • Attend meetings of the Student Government such as Executive Budget Committee (EBC), General Student Senate and RHA Committee Meeting
  • Speak to the General Student Senate about the request for funding
  • Support the planning and execution of all ISA events which includes attendance