Appointed Positions

ASI is now accepting applications for Appointed Positions to serve during the 2021-2022 academic year. Candidates should meet the CSU system wide requirement of eligibility, which includes: A 2.0 GPA or higher, attended one semester at Cal Poly Pomona, having taken and received credit for at least six semester units, and being in good standing with the Office of Student Conduct & Integrity and having not exceeded the unit load maximum. After reviewing the opportunities below, please click the on the application.
 
Note: applications to serve during the 2021-2022 academic year are now being accepted but will not be reviewed until after June 1. Any questions please contact Ashley Joseph at aljoseph@cpp.edu.

ASI Student Government Leader Application
*Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

  • Attorney General

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    Attorney General

    The ASI Attorney General is an Executive Member, the chair of the ASI Rules and Policies Committee and serves on the ASI Board of Directors and Cabinet, ASI Finance Committee, ASI Governmental Affairs Committee, ASI Inter-Council Committee, and ASI Facilities and Operations Committee.
    The Attorney General is authorized to:

    • Serve as Parliamentarian on ASI committees and assist to conduct all meetings under Robert’s Rules of Order.
    • Ensure organization and entity-wide compliance with and consistent application of ASI rules, codes, policies and the ASI By-Laws as well as applicable state and/or federal law.
    • Review ASI By-Laws to ensure that council or club By-Laws do not conflict with the ASI‘s, and assign student clubs to a council in coordination with the Office of Student Life and Cultural Centers.
    • Act as a point of contact for students and student organizations to bring forth resolutions, bills, and other legislation to the Rules and Policies Committee.
  • Treasurer

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    Treasurer

    The ASI Treasurer is an Executive Member, the chair of the ASI Finance Committee, member of the Cabinet and Board of Directors and liaison for the ASI Rules and Policies Committee.

    The Treasurer is authorized to:

    • Maintain oversight over the usage and spending of all ASI fees as well as serve as the student voice on University budgetary issues.
    • Chair the ASI Joint Budget F&O/Finance Committee Meetings.
    • Oversee fiscal matters pertaining to clubs and councils through the ASI Finance Committee.
    • Provide outreach to Treasurers from clubs and councils by offering budget workshops and assistance with forms.
    • Plan and implement all ASI Annual Budgeting Workshops.
    • Assisting with the drafting of the ASI Budget.
  • Secretary of Basic Needs

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    Secretary of Basic Needs

    The ASI Secretary of Basic Needs is the chair of the Basic Needs Committee and ASI’s primary advocate for the development and implementation of basic needs initiatives for the current population. The ASI Secretary of Basic Needs is the primary liaison to the Basic Needs Care Coordinator.

    The ASI Secretary of Basic Needs is responsible for:

    • Conducting research and outreach to the student population regarding the issues around food, housing, transportation, and financial insecurity and working to find solutions.
    • Coordinating with campus health and wellness areas to improve their reach and accessibility and gathering student feedback on how ASI or Cal Poly Pomona can better provide resources.
    • Reaching out to on-campus and/or external organizations to provide additional methods of support.
  • Officer of Civic Engagement

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    Officer of Civic Engagement

    The ASI Officer of Civic Engagement is the ASI Governmental Affairs Committee’s coordinator for activities regarding voter engagement and communication.

    Alongside the ASI Secretary of External Affairs they assist with the following:

    • Developing and maintaining a voter registration strategy that includes two voter registration drives per term.
    • Communicating with on campus Cultural and Resource Centers to promote civic engagement in traditionally underserved communities.
  • Officer of Sustainability

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    Officer of Sustainability

    The Officer of Sustainability seeks to make ASI and Cal Poly Pomona a more sustainable and environmentally friendly campus and serves on the ASI Basic Needs Committee.

    The Officer of Sustainability is responsible for:

    • Initiating and collaborating between ASI and other environmentally friendly organizations and departments on campus.
    • Conducting a review of ASI’s programs, services, and space to improve ASI’s sustainability.
    • Partnering with relevant University entities such as the University Sustainability Coordinator, Parking and Transportation Services, and Foundation Dining Services to find sustainable solutions for the campus.
  • Officer of Diversity and Inclusion

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    Officer of Diversity and Inclusion

    The ASI Officer of Diversity and Inclusion is the ASI Student Government lead advocate for inclusion and diversity outreach on the campus.

    The ASI Officer of Diversity and Inclusion sits on the ASI Basic Needs Committee and will be responsible for:

    • Serving as the primary liaison to the Cal Poly Pomona cultural and resource centers and student cultural organizations.
    • Advocating support for inclusive policies and practices at the ASI, University, State, and CSSA level related to diversity and equity.
    • Promoting and developing initiatives and programs that amplify traditionally underserved voices and advance social change.
  • Officer of Transfer Engagement

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    Officer of Transfer Engagement

    The ASI Officer of Transfer Engagement is the ASI Student Government lead advocate for transfer student outreach.

    The ASI Officer of Transfer Engagement will serve alongside the ASI Secretary of Internal Affairs to address the education initiatives across campus including:

    • Collaborating with campus partners to look into the improvement of student education resources.
    • Engage with and improve the transfer experience.
    • Assist in the execution of the ASI BASE Program with a focus on retaining transfer students.
  • Officer of Technology

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    Officer of Technology

    The Officer of Technology is ASI Student Government’s lead advocate for student-friendly technology, including but not limited to digital software, applications, websites, and social media platforms. The ASI Officer of Technoloy shall serve as the primary liaison between ASI Student Government and the University’s Division of Information Technology (IT) Administration along ASI Departments regarding technology matters.

    The ASI Officer of Technology is responsible for:

    • Staying current on and review technology the University and ASI uses and plans to implement for students to ensure that safety, privacy, accessibility, and efficacy is a priority;
    • Researching new technology that the University and ASI could use to better enhance the student experience;
    • Serving on University and ASI Committees related to technology, including, but not limited to the University Technology Working Groups and ASI Technology Review Committee; and
    • Meeting with the University’s IT Administration to bring any concerns regarding Accessible Technology Initiative, Administrative Technology, Communication Technology, Data Governance, Information Security, Infrastructure Technology, and Instructional Technology.
  • Officer of Academic Affairs

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    Officer of Academic Affairs

    The ASI Officer of Academic Affairs is ASI Student Government’s lead advocate for all matters related to academic policy and classroom matters, advocating for an equitable, inclusive, and stimulating academic environment. The ASI Officer of Academic Affairs shall serve as the primary liaison between ASI Student Government and the University’s Division of Academic Affairs Administration.

    The ASI Officer of Academic Affairs is responsible for:

    • Serving as the ASI representative on the University Academic Senate and other relevant University committees related to academic policy;
    • Ensuring that the student body is aware of changes to educational curriculum and policy; including but not limited to the addition and deletion of classes, impaction of majors, and the addition and deletion of majors and fields of emphasis;
    • Meeting with ASI Senators from each college to understand the issues students face in different fields and coordinate advocacy;
    • Partner with the University to work on efforts to increase graduation and retention rates; and
    • Coordinating with the Governmental Affairs team to spearhead advocacy related to educational policy within the CSU and the State of California.
  • Elections Chair

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    Elections Chair

    The Elections Chair is a member of the Cabinet and chairs the Elections Committee.

    The Elections Chair is responsible for:

    • Providing necessary outreach to the student body regarding the process for becoming a candidate in an upcoming election.
    • Leading the Elections Committee in coordinating ASI General Elections and Special Elections/Referendums when requested.
    • Maintaining the electoral system and handling any complaints that may arise during the election process.
  • Senators

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    Senators

    Applicants will apply through the appointment portal than be elected by their corresponding council in the Summer of 2021 following verification of eligibility.
    The following Senator positions are open:

    • Senator at Large GREEK
    • Senator at Large IHC
    • College Senator Business
    • College Senator Agriculture
    • College Senator Engineering
    • College Senator Science

     
    The voting members of the Senate consist of eight Senators, one from each University college, as well as four elected Senators representing each of the At-Large councils:

    • Multicultural Council
    • Student Interest Council
    • Greek Council
    • Inter-Hall Council

     
    They are responsible for:

    • Creating and passing regulations and policies consistent with the ASI By-Laws, the Articles of Incorporation, University policy, CSU policy and state and federal law.
    • Providing fiscal oversight and making appropriate decisions to protect ASI‘s financial interest.
    • Approving the ASI and BSC Annual Budgets.
    • Attending their respective council meetings.
    • Facilitating communication between ASI, the campus and their constituency.
    • Serving on a minimum of two relevant committees to represent ASI.