Wednesday, April 21, 2010 myBiz Blog
Make a Difference in the School of Business - WBSC Opportunity by sbarber

Greetings fellow Wisconsin School of Business students:

The Wisconsin Business Student Collaborative, the official student government of the Wisconsin School of Business, is currently seeking candidates for executive leadership positions for the 2010-11 school year.  There are four executive positions that will be open for election during the first week of May.  These positions are: President, Vice President of Administration, Vice President of Finance and Vice President of Programming.

The WBSC was founded in January of 2010 and is body that was designed for students, by students, to represent student interests within the business school.  The leaders of this organization will be charged with continuing to improve the effectiveness and impact of the student voice in the school.  These positions offer great opportunities to make a lasting impact on the future of the entire school of business.  All currently enrolled business students and certificate in business students are eligible to run for these positions, as well as vote for them.

There is a rough position description of each of these positions attached below, but please be aware that this fledgling organization is continuing to grow and evolve, and these descriptions are only a rough outline of the responsibilities that each of these positions will have.

All candidate declaration forms (see attached document below) must be completed and returned by Sunday, May 2nd.  Candidates are expected to attend a candidate information session on May 3rd at 5:00 PM, where basic rules for elections will be explained, and any additional questions will be answered.  Elections will be held online from May 4th to 6th.

Executive Position Descriptions Executive Application - Candidate Declaration Form

If you have any further questions about the elections or the WBSC in general, please email

Thank you for your time, and On Wisconsin!

Matt Beemsterboer WBSC President