RUN FOR STATE OFFICE!

               

                     An important aspect of this year’s convention will be an election process that involves voting in new officers for the 2014-2015 KANS State Board of Directors. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in being an active member of KANS who would like to exercise their leadership skills in a pre-professional organization.

                The positions for the state board are open to active members in attendance at the convention who are willing to commit to serving on the board for one year. We welcome and encourage any attending member who has the desire to serve on the state board to sign up.

               So, make this your time to shine! Being on the KANS state board is a great opportunity for you to build your leadership qualities in collaboration with students from KANS chapters across the state. Besides, it also looks great on your resume! Open nominations for all offices will be held on Thursday night.

              Don’t forget there are also positions open for KNA Consultant and Faculty Consultant for faculty members interested in being involved in KANS. Let the campaigning begin!

Don’t miss your chance on voting during the election process;                      

REGISTER AS A DELEGATE!

                       The Board of Directors is elected every year at our Annual Convention and Business Meeting by your House of Delegates. Being a delegate is an imperative part of the voting process, because without delegates, we would have no votes/voters. Each school gets one delegate per five KANS members. These votes make a huge difference in making sure the person you want to be in office gets voted in. So make sure you spread the word, and register as many delegates from your school as you can.

To view eligibility requirements to run for office please see our KANS ByLaws on the Archives page.

If you have any questions feel free to e-mail me at the address below.

See you there!

 

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