Fall 2010 MACS Officer Elections

Posted: April 2nd, 2010 | Author: paulgazz | Filed under: Information | 6 Comments »

Please read the following directions and information very carefully.

I. Statement of Intent to Run for Election
II. Elections and Speeches
III. Officer Responsibilities

I. Statement of Intent to Run for Election

Below this post, where it says “Leave a reply,” please write your statement of intent.
1) Put your name (first name and last initial is okay.)
2) Put a valid NYU email (don’t worry it won’t be visible.)
3) Write the position for which you are running: Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, or President.  You may only choose one.
4) Write a statement of intent of 300 words or fewer. (a couple of paragraphs is fine)
5) The deadline to run is Thursday, April 15th 11:59pm.

Please see the John Doe example comment below.

The statement of intent should address at least the following: why you want to be a MACS officers and why you are a good candidate; how you will benefit the students and the program; what specifically you will do to improve MACS; and anything else that demonstrates your qualities and commitment to the club.

II. Elections and Speeches

Officer Elections
Friday, April 16th
WWH 109

If you are running, you must come to Officer Elections and should give a speech of three minutes or fewer.  If you are unable for a good reason, please contact MACS, macs [at] cs.nyu.edu, by Thursday April 15th 11:59pm.  Not attending the election without informing MACS automatically forfeits your nomination.

See here for a list of officer responsibilities

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