Executive Advisory Commission
The Executive Advisory Commission, also known as the EAC, oversees all of the Archives regarding the Boston University Student Government. The EAC seeks to be a consult for the different branches of student government, to keep track of past and current records of Student Government initiatives and at large student opinion, and to be a liaison between student government and their respective graduating classes. EAC members are passionate about learning about the history of Boston University and it's student Government.
EAC Seeks Class of 2022 Commissioner
The Executive Advisory Commission (EAC) is comprised of four Boston University students of different classes, i.e., a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior. Responsibilities include learning and documenting the history and proceedings of the past and present Student Governments. Commissioners can expect to gain experience in writing reports to student organizations and leadership experience as a student. Applicants should be committed to service throughout their entire tenure as a student at BU. Those interested are encouraged to apply by sending an email to EAC Recruitment Committee members Bryce (email@example.com) and Maryann (firstname.lastname@example.org) expressing their interest.
Executive Advisory Commission History Committee Membership
The Executive Advisory Commission (EAC) is currently recruiting members for the inaugural EAC History Committee (EACHC). The EACHC (HC) will be responsible for documenting and digitalizing all of the records of the Boston University Student Government. Members can expect to digitalize at least one primary source and meet with the EAC once per week. Members will not only learn about Student Governments rich history, but also about the processes behind documenting facts in the digital age. Those interested are encouraged to apply by sending an email to EAC Recruitment Committee members Bryce (email@example.com) and Maryann (firstname.lastname@example.org) expressing their interest.