Become a Student Advisory Board Member
Every school year, i-SAFE accepts resumes from students who wish to represent their peers on the i-SAFE Student Advisory Board. Student Advisors work with i-SAFE executives and iDrive coordinators to brainstorm, create, and develop social campaigns, contests, and strategies for raising awareness of specific issues, all to make a positive impact in the world— both online and offline. As leaders in their region, Advisory Board Members combine efforts with Agents to make good things happen. The Student Advisory Board consists of eleven members and one Chairperson. Students serving on the Advisory Board hold their positions for the duration of one year. Board meetings are monthly. Board Membership is a great way to build a resume and obtain life experiences which will, in turn, benefit the student when applying for college and entering the workforce.
Student Advisory Board Qualifications
To qualify as a Student Advisory Board Member, you must be between ages 13-18. In addition to meeting the age requirement, Student Advisory Board members should possess the following qualifications:
- A strong drive to make a positive impact in the world
- Leadership skills and accountability
- Effective verbal and written communications skills
- A desire to work with a diverse team
- Excellent time-management skills
- Creative thinking and problem-solving skills
- The capacity to connect with a wide audience of young people
How to Apply
The online form requests the applicant’s name, email address and school. You must also submit a resume or write a few paragraphs that explain your qualifications and reasons for wanting to be a Student Advisory Board Member. You should be aware that i-SAFE will screen each applicant’s presence online including social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Student Advisory Board Member Registration
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