Vetrica LeMaitre Qualifications:
Willing to participate in events that will get the student body more involved. Committed to serving the people in every way I can. Committed and outgoing individual with a desire to make a difference in her community. What would you like to accomplish this year as a Student Government leader?
Improve the quality of life here at Skagit Valley College so that students will find it more enjoyable. Ensure that the voice of the students continues to be heard in spite of transitions and budget cuts. Make the first two years of students' college experience memorable ones. How would you go about accomplishing this goal?
I would work hard to provide students with enjoyable extracurricular activities, develop ways to beautify the campus so that it continues to How will you manage to dedicate the time necessary to serve in this position?
I do currently work part-time, but I know how to prioritize. By placing this student government position high on my list of priorities, I will be able to effectively serve the students at Skagit Valley College.
Thomas D. Lile Qualifications:
I have previous experience working with new people. I am currently an officer in the National Honor Society, a position in which I am in charge and working with a group of people to find and do jobs in which we can benefit the community. I also have been the class president in my high school now two years in a row. I also have personal experience being in a wide variety of clubs, including the National Science Olympiad, drama, baseball and track. These experiences allowed me to meet and make new friends with a bunch of different kinds of people. What would you like to accomplish this year as a Student Government Leader?
I would like to find a way in which I can motivate and best benefit the student body of Skagit Valley Community College. Also by participating in my school I would also improve my college experience at Skagt Valley. How would you go about accomplishing this goal?
I would come up with new ideas to interest the student body. Some ideas would be to host and better advertise events to the students. Advertising would include spreading the news before and after my classes and to place posters in key areas around the school. Starting fun, new clubs could also motivate students to become more interested in participating in their school. Clubs could include a guitar/music club, chess club, theater club, movie club, or even a yoga club to meet in the mornings. How will you manage to dedicate the time necessary to serve in this position?
I would schedule my time in advanced. This includes writing logs and events in my student planner, and doing assignments as much in advanced as possible to make room for my duties. Also during my break times, between classes, I could come to the Student Government Room to make even more time for my responsibilities in Student Government.
Current SVC student in good disciplinary standing and enrolled in at least 10 credits during
the time you would serve in office.
To run for and hold office, you must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.
3. Completed signature sheet of support from 75 fellow SVC students.
Please submit a typed essay via e-mail that addresses the following questions:
a. Qualifications: What experience have you had that will help you in this position?
b. What would you like to accomplish?
c. How would you go about accomplishing this goal?
d. How will you manage to dedicate the time necessary to serve in this position?
5. A digital photograph
of yourself (e-mail submission )
6. Choose a position:
Students must run for a specific position.
7. Meeting times:
Candidates must be able to attend weekly meetings which take place each Tuesday
from 12:30 - 1:35 PM and participate in all activities/committee assignments listed in position
Representative at Large
Responsibilities for these positions will be determined by the campus leadership based on current needs after filling all of the other positions.