SPRING SING COMMITTEE EXPECTATIONS
TRAINING AND EXPECTATIONS
Your presence is required at the following events and
trainings. Please mark these dates on your calendars now and make
necessary arrangements to be available for these important sessions. I
agree to attend the following sessions:
- Spring Sing Committee retreat: Saturday, January 11th, 9am to 5pm
- Weekly Spring Sing Committee meetings
- Gym rehearsals
- Dress rehearsal
- Spring Sing
- All other meetings/gatherings that your specific position entails
You are invited and encouraged to attend:
- Spring Training: Saturday, January 4th, 2013, 10am - 5:00pm
- Leadership Lunches: Monthly on Tuesdays, noon-1pm
- LEADERSHIP LIVE: Monthly on Tuesdays, noon -1pm
I will follow through and deliver on the following administrative responsibilities as outlined in the position description and the exepectations of the Spring Sing Producer, Assistant Director of Campus Life, and Technical Director of Events.
I understand the time commitment required for this leadership position as it is listed in the common application and I agree to the following:
- Make this role my primary extracurricular commitment (student leaders may not serve concurrently as intercollegiate student athletes, RAs, worship team leaders, admissions interns, or in other roles that require more than 10 hours/week)
- Be enrolled as a full time student at Westmont for the duration of my leadership position
I understand that by accepting a leadership position I must communicate regularly with my organization and my advisor. I agree to the following:
- Honestly discuss my situation with my advisor if I am experiencing any difficulty upholding the guiding principles of the student leadership covenant
- Respond to correspondences in a timely fashion (within 24 hrs.)
Organizational advisors will hold students accountable to the expectations listed above for the benefit of the student and the organization in which they serve. Failure to abide by the expectations listed above may result in a verbal warning, a written warning or removal (temporary or permanent) from a student leadership position. Consequences depend on the impact to the individual and the community.
Academic Standards Policy
- Applicants to student leadership positions must have a minimum 2.3 GPA.
- If a current student leader's GPA falls below 2.3, the student will be required to meet with their organizational advisor or supervisor to discuss the situation and determine whether the student will be allowed to continue to serve in the role. It is the advisor or supervisor's responsibility to make this decision.
Conduct Standards Policy
- Students on disciplinary probation are not eligible to apply for student leadership positions.
- If a current student leader violates the community life standards or policies, their organizational advisor or supervisor will be notified and the student will be required to meet with the advisor or supervisor to discuss the situation and determine whether the student should be permitted to continue to serve in the role. It is the advisor or supervisor's responsibility to make this decision.
For example, as outlined in the community life standards I will:
- Choose to embrace God-honoring diversity
- Choose sexual purity, modesty and celibacy outside of a marriage covenant
- Choose to abstain from the use of alcohol & illegal drugs
- Meet the chapel attendance requirement
* By submitting a leadership application, you are authorizing
Student Life Staff members to have access to review your grade point