APPLY FOR ASG 2015-2016 !
I M P O R T A N T D E A D L I N E S:
Deadlines for Elected Positions
Application Submitions: February 9th - March 30th
Campaigning and Voting: March 30th - April 23rd
**Candidate Meeting: April 3rd // 9am (SSC 211)
Ballot Counting and Results: April 24th
** candidate meeting only to be attended by those who are officially
Other Important Deadlines, Information, and Tips....
Appointed Positions Application
Tips For Prospective ASG Members:
Get to know ASG!
Attend our meetings to see what new
projects and ideas we are taking on!
(All meeting times posted under each Committee/Councils page)
Shadow a Member!
Get in touch with a Committee/Council member or director of
which you are interested in and see when you can start learning the
position by shadowing
Check out the "Important Links" section below to familiarize yourself
with the documents by which we govern ourselves, to learn how the
organization runs, what your prospective position entails and just what
it takes to become a member of the Associated Student Government.
Important Links (to be updated)
VOLUNTEER FOR ASG! For more information contact the Director of Human Resources & Volunteering, Spencer Middleton, at email@example.com, and join the Associated Student Focus Group on Symplicity (Clubs Portal)
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Associated Student Government (ASG)
ASG is a student-run organization that organizes and promotes campus life events, and also advocates for the student population, with the goal of providing a better experience for students at Saddleback College.
The Associated Student Government (ASG) plans, organizes, promotes, sponsors, and finances a comprehensive program of activities and services for all Saddleback College students.
Participating in ASG and Campus Clubs gives students the opportunity to learn valuable leadership, organizational, and communication skills which will enhance their college experience and provide a foundation for their future. ASG also provides an excellent opportunity to have a voice in policy making on the campus.
ASG, along with numerous campus clubs, participate in the planning and execution of special events such as: Blood Drives, Club Fairs, Homecoming, Earth Day, Multicultural Day, Campus-Wide BBQs, and many more.
ASG Members are also actively involved in various campus-wide committees such as the Budget Committee, Food & Beverage Committee, and President's Council, to name a few.
The ASG Events Committee and Board of Directors hold regular meetings in the ASG office's conference room, SSC 211C, and the ASG Inter Club Council (ICC) holds their meetings in the Student Lounge, SSC 212.