The Club Council is dedicated to empowering students at UW Bothell through promoting diverse interests to build unity on campus. These student leaders guide clubs to success and maximize student voice in decision‐making.
Campus Events Board is committed to providing all students with a purposeful and positive collegiate experience through diverse programs and events.
Social Justice Organizers (SJOs) are student leaders dedicated to creating and promoting a campus climate and culture that respects and celebrates diversity and equity. We are committed to educational programs and events that foster awareness and understanding of race, gender, sexuality, ability, social justice, power and privilege, student voice, and much more. SJOs also collaborate closely with diversity and equity programs and clubs across campus.
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Intercultural Coordinators (ICC) are current international and domestic students who offer opportunities for all students to share experiences across different cultures and social groups, including connecting students to campus resources, and fostering a safe and inclusive community. ICCs plan and implement equity and social justice focused education and social events that strengthen cross-cultural communication and engagement, connect international and domestic students, and honor our diverse cultures on campus.
Associated Students of the University of Washington Bothell, are the official representative voice for all students within the university. They exist to empower our student body through the following measures: Seeking to enhance the entire student experience by supporting and/or drafting policy that promotes student interests, needs, and welfare. They serve as a liaison between the students and faculty, staff, alumni, and administration.
This student government committee is in charge of developing and enforcing a fair and open ASWUB elections process for students. We work to increase student awareness of the positions and of the elections themselves. We are always looking for committee members who are looking leadership experience. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Student Project Assistants provide customer service for SEA. Working under the supervision of the SEA staff, duties will include providing superior customer service to currently enrolled students, data entry, filing, answering phones, making copies, supporting events/programs, awards ceremonies, marketing, hanging posters, supporting student organizations, and general office work. Additionally the Student Project Assistant are trained on OrgSync and Kentico.
Students involved in Student Media as part of Clamor Literary & Arts Journal, the Husky Herald news publication or UWave Radio have the opportunity to get hands on experience in book publishing, interviewing, reporting, broadcasting, video, photography, audio editing and article writing. Students will also gain valuable experience in working with off-campus vendors, collaborating with other student groups, marketing, and hosting events throughout the year on campus. Student work that is created as part of Student Media is professionally produced and circulated throughout the UW Bothell community. These three groups often collaborate and work together, they each meet on different days throughout the week in Husky Hall, HH 1210, please stop by and join us!