Students’ Association Executive Elections approaching
Date Posted: March 6, 2014
The Students’ Association of Red Deer College (of which you are a member!) is holding its annual Executive Election.
At the end of the election process a brand-new Students’ Association Executive Council will be chosen.
These four people represent students at RDC to College administration, the provincial government and the community. They oversee the operations of the Students’ Association and its businesses and plan events, awareness campaigns and more for you, the RDC student.
This election will fill the following positions: Students’ Association President, Vice President Operations, Vice President College Affairs and Vice President Student Life for 2014-2015. They will take office May 1.
Can I be involved?
Yes! You can volunteer with the election, run for office, and above all — VOTE!
Vote: Voting is easy; all you need is your iCard. Simply walk up to a poll on Election Day March 19, show your iCard, receive your ballots and vote.
All RDC credit students (academic and apprenticeship students), U of A Collaborative students and U of C collaborative students registered at the time the list is prepared (usually a week to 14 days prior to the election) should be on the Voters List. In the event your name does not appear on the list on Election Day, poll clerks will give you further directions.
Volunteer: Several dedicated volunteers are need to help make the election successful. Volunteers will help set up/tear down polling stations, operate polling stations, count ballots and more. Emailfor details.
Run for office: Want to make a difference and ensure students have a voice in their education? Consider running for office. If you would like more information on the positions and how to run for office, contact Elections Officer Marie Evangelista ator phone 403-342-3200.
Results will be announced in the Far Side Bar & Grill at the conclusion of ballot counting on March 19(approximate time: 8 p.m.) Election results will also be announced on the SA website (www.sardc.ab.ca), Facebook, Twitter and the Loop. You can also check out one of the SA bulletin boards for a poster with the winners!