Thank you for your interest in being a part of the Boston University Student Government!
The Student Government Executive Staff shall work under Cabinet Directors of each department. They will be comprised of students who shall advocate for issues that have a broad impact on the Boston University community. Overall commitment per department varies, but expect a staffer role to take around 1-2 hours a week, and the job can start as soon as NOW! Each Executive staffer shall operate within the Executive Branch of Student Government, under Cabinet.
If you have any questions at all, please reach out to Executive Vice President, Hessann Farooqi, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to reading your application!
Please click on the pdf below to view all the position descriptions for each cabinet department.
The Student Elections Commission (SEC) is the body of the Judicial Branch of BU Student Government that oversees and runs the Elections for the Executive Board and At-Large Senators. The SEC is composed of three Co-Chairs and seven Commissioners, who will serve a two-semester term starting on Fall 2021 and ending in Spring 2022.
The SEC requires a team that is diverse in terms of skills and interests, as they will be in charge of policies and event planning. Undergraduate students who feel comfortable with logistics, budgeting, marketing, policy creation, and/or crisis management are encouraged to apply. The SEC will be expected to revise and determine election policies and understand their implications on a fair election. It is important to note that experience in these areas can be helpful, but it is not necessary to succeed in this role.
The SEC will meet at least once every two weeks in the Fall semester. These meetings can last from one to two hours depending on the workload for each meeting. In the Spring Semester, the SEC will meet at least once per week, since all election events, including campaigning and voting periods, take place in the Spring.
This application is due on September 7th, 2021. A confirmation email will be sent once the application has been received, outlining next steps and any relevant information. The Chief Justice and Deputy Chief Justice will interview all applicants during the first weeks of the Fall 2021 semester. Interviews may be conducted in-person or virtually. Any questions or concerns can be directed to email@example.com.
Thank you for your interest in being a part of the Boston University Student Government.
The Committees of the Student Government advocate for issues that are relevant to specific areas of student life. The following Senate Committees are currently seeking applicants:
- Food Equality, Accountability, Sustainability, and Transparency (FEAST) Committee
- Expect More Committee
- Rules Committee
The Senate Committee Application is open to all undergraduate students of Boston University.
If you have any questions at all, please reach out to Senate Chair, Shashwat Shah, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to reading your application!