UW-Extension Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning (CEOEL) and its collaborative partners recognize the value and importance of involving external stakeholders from appropriate fields (business and industry, government, education, and others) in the development, delivery, and promotion of its collaborative credit and non-credit programs through program advisory boards. These groups provide a critical link between educators, students, and practitioners in the field in order to achieve program quality and relevance. CEOEL program managers are charged with working with program partners in the formation and management of these boards and helping these groups realize their potential.
As a program, we feel it is important for current students to have a voice on such a board. We are interested in having a current student serve as a representative for all the students in the UW Health and Wellness Management program.
- Students must be in good academic standing within the program and be in at least their third semester.
- Students must be currently registered for courses and plan on completing the program.
- Interested students must be willing to serve as the student representative for two years.
- An alternate student representative will also be chosen to ensure student representation on the board.
- The advisory board is non-voting and does not engage in decision-making related to program personnel, budget, or internal policy development within the partner institutions.
- Membership as a student representative may be revoked by the advisory board at any time.
Student Representative Responsibilities
- Attend biannual board meetings and other events/functions (as requested). Review agenda and supporting materials prior to board meetings.
- Represent the program as a participant.
- Serve as an advocate for current students in the program providing a connection to and ongoing exchange of information with the board.
- Provide information and examples of program elements that students experience with CEOEL and the partner campuses.
- Ability to: listen, analyze, think clearly and creatively, work well with people individually and in a group, and provide constructive feedback.
- Willing to: prepare for and attend board meetings, ask questions, and share ideas, opinions, and experiences.
- Possess: honesty, openness to differing views, a friendly, responsive, and patient approach, engagement skills, personal integrity, a developed sense of values, and concern for and interest in program development.
- Costs related to travel (mileage, accommodations, other expenses) will be reimbursed by CEOEL for up to $100. Accommodations and reimbursement need to be requested through Student Services: Call 1-877-UW-LEARN (895-3276) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Distance technologies will be used to allow student representatives to participate who are unable to attend in person.
- Meeting times and places will vary.