Become a SVC Board Member

The SVC Executive Board is a group of student leaders dedicated to empowering students to engage in impactful service. Board member roles and responsibilities include:

  • Helping to coordinate our 30+ projects
  • Having a critical leadership role in one of the largest student-run organizations on campus
  • Empowering project leaders to reach goals and build their organizations
  • Evaluating project performance and supporting projects to improve performance
  • Developing organizational, problem-solving, and consulting skills
  • Handling project budgets and other logistical requests
  • Cultivating relationships with local community partners to address their needs
  • Monitoring and maintaining relationships of projects with the community and community partner 
  • Organizing campus wide campaigns to raise awareness about service values 
  • Acting as a liaison from the Pace Center to projects and representing SVC projects in larger conversations about service on campus

Board members are expected to make a commitment to SVC which entails a minimum of 10-12 hours per week. This includes attending Board and committee meetings, keeping regular office hours, and making a personal commitment to the numerous activities in which SVC is involved. Being a member of the Board is a job and a responsibility. More importantly, the Board is an experience that will allow you to reflect upon and contribute to service-related issues as they affect the University community and beyond.