Applications for Spring 2018 positions are now open—apply by December 5th, 2017!

Note: ALL accepted committee members must attend a mandatory training at the start of Spring 2018. More info to be announced.

Questions? Email claremont.questscholars@gmail.com or post on our Facebook page!

Special Events Committee 
This committee will be led by the 2017-2018 Quest Liaison.
 

Member Responsibilities
Commitment: 2-3 hours/week
  • Take the lead on big events such as: Money Matters Week, National Quest Day, Halona Retreat, Quest Alumni Weekend events, and Quest Gala

  • Tasks may include; reserving spaces, securing speakers, placing orders for supplies, and other tasks as assigned

  • Participate in meetings with the committee leader and fellow members

  • Evidence of professionalism, time management skills, organizational skills, communication skills

 

Community Building Events (CBE) Committee
This committee will be led by Caitlin Warren ('18)
 
 
 
Member Responsibilities
Commitment: 2-3 hours/week
  • Organize events on and off campus to allow for Questies to meet each other and foster friendship and community in safe spaces

  • Events include: Diversity Weekend mixers, Spring Break trips, Quest Night at the Motley, movie nights, etc.

  • Procure resources necessary for each event (transportation, food, emergency plan); plan collaborative events with other affinity groups 

  • Participate in weekly meetings with the committee leader and fellow members

  • Evidence of excellent communication and teamwork skills, ability to handle logistical planning details, a strong work ethic, and the creativity and vision to design opportunities that can be truly beneficial to the Quest community

 

Academic & Professional Events (APE) Committee
Leader Responsibilities
Commitment: 2-4 hours/week
  • Link the Quest community to workshops, opportunities, and groups which can provide students with the resources and information to achieve their academic and professional goals

    • Past events: conversations with Quest upperclassmen and alumni, connections with the Career Development and Study Abroad Office

  • Participate in two meetings regularly: one in which they lead their committee members, and one in which they highlight their progress to the Quest Executive Board

  • Demonstrate evidence of strong leadership, excellent communication and teamwork skills, ability to handle logistical planning details, a strong work ethic, and the creativity and vision to design opportunities that can be truly beneficial to the Quest community

Member Responsibilities
Commitment: 2-3 hours/week
  • Link the Quest community to workshops, opportunities, and groups which can provide students with the resources and information to achieve their academic and professional goals

  • Past events: conversations with Quest upperclassmen and alumni, connections with the Career Development and Study Abroad Office, workshops with the Quantitative Skills Center and Writing Center, and more

  • Participate in weekly meetings with the committee leader and fellow members

  • Evidence of excellent communication and teamwork skills, ability to handle logistical planning details, a strong work ethic, and the creativity and vision to design opportunities that can be truly beneficial to the Quest community 

These positions are currently closed

Communications & Social Media Associate Application
 

Position Responsibilities
Commitment: 2-3 hours/week
  • Take the lead on big events such as: Money Matters Week, National Quest Day, Halona Retreat, Quest Alumni Weekend events, and Quest Gala

  • Tasks may include; reserving spaces, securing speakers, placing orders for supplies, and other tasks as assigned

  • Participate in meetings with the committee leader and fellow members

  • Evidence of professionalism, time management skills, organizational skills, communication skills

  • Manage social media accounts, primarily Facebook; promote and market Quest events 

  • Maintain the Quest website

  •  Assist Community Building Committee, Academic and Professional Events Committee, and Special Events Committee with advertising for their events as needed.

Executive Assistant
 
 

Position Responsibilities
Commitment: 2-3 hours/week
  • Take clear and detailed notes at Quest leadership meetings

  • Take the lead on big events such as: Money Matters Week, National Quest Day, Halona Retreat, Quest Alumni Weekend events, and Quest Gala

  • Tasks may include; reserving spaces, securing speakers, placing orders for supplies, and other tasks as assigned

  • Participate in meetings with the committee leader and fellow members

  • Take clear and detailed notes at Quest leadership meetings

  • Evidence of professionalism, time management skills, organizational skills, communication skills

 

Pomona FLI Scholars

 

170 E. 6th St. 

Mailbox 107

Claremont, CA 91711

 

flischolars.pomona@gmail.com

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