Young Alumni Advisory Council

Are you looking to get involved with Alpha Sigma Nu and put your Jesuit values into action? Would you like to gain experience working with a Board of Directors? We have an opportunity for you to broaden your skills and widen your network while making an important impact on our Jesuit honor society.

The YAAC provides the Board of Directors and ASN staff recommendations from the young alumni perspective on important topics such as communications, fundraising, diversity and inclusion, chapter and alumni programming, and other issues. And we need your voice at the table!

We are accepting applications for the second cohort of the ASN Young Alumni Advisory Council (YAAC).

Membership

Alpha Sigma Nu is looking for new members to join the YAAC, joining three members from the first cohort who will remain on the YAAC for the next term.   The term for the next cohort of Council members is March 1, 2022, through December 31, 2023.

We are recruiting seven new members.  Young alumni ASN members inducted after June 30, 2016, are invited to apply.

Application

Interested alumni should submit the online application by February 15, 2022, for consideration. The ASN Board of Directors will review all applications and appoint Council members. Applicants will be notified by March 1, 2022.

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Responsibilities

Council members will prepare for and attend quarterly zoom meetings, where specific topics of importance will be outlined and discussed. The Council is expected to make recommendations on these topics to the Alpha Sigma Nu Board of Directors following each quarterly meeting.

Find more information on the ASN YAAC here.

 

Testimonials from the 2020-2021 YAAC members:

"Of all the wonderful elements of my time on the YAAC, I most valued the opportunity to connect regularly with a highly thoughtful group of dedicated and capable professionals with a variety of life and professional experiences to work toward improving Alpha Sigma Nu."

"I thoroughly enjoyed having the opportunity to continue actively participating in a society that I hold close to me. I valued being able to connect with other ASN members, discuss pertinent subjects, and enjoy some fraternity. I especially value the fact that our conversations have made meaningful contributions to help the ASN leadership further develop our society for future generations."

"I valued The chance to have input on an organization that means a lot to me and expresses values I hold highly, and to see other young people with a lot of energy about similar things."