The editorial board serves as the executive board for VOICES. Lead by the editor (a student staff member at the Women's Center) and the advisor (a full time staff member at the Women's Center), the board has final say and responsibility for the production of a finished magazine. Board members will also have the chance to lead committees on particular aspects of the editorial process. Qualifications for the editorial board:
welcome to the VOICES family!
VOICES welcomes new members throughout the year! Come see us as the student activities fair on Friday, August 31 on East Campus.
Interested in getting involved today? Glance over the following descriptions of the roles and responsibilities of groups with in VOICES, and then submit an application form to whichever interests you.
Under the supervision of the editor, advisor, and editorial board, other VOICES members will be divided into the following committees:
In general, committees require more time at certain times of the year, so if you're only available in the fall (or the spring) note that on your application. On average, committee members should expect to devote 1-3 hours a week.
If you don't have a steady amount of time to devote, become a VOICES volunteer! Volunteers can join at any time of the year, and may participate in: