AJC Campus Global Board
The AJC Campus Global Board offers student leaders an immersive opportunity to develop Jewish advocacy skills on and off campus. Board members will gain real-world experience and learn from thought leaders on domestic and international issues. The Campus Global Board will help guide numerous initiatives of AJC’s Campus Affairs Department. Campus Global Board members will serve as ambassadors to effectuate change throughout campuses and the global community
The application for the 2024-2025 Board will open in Spring 2024. Questions about the board can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board Member Expectations
Members of the Campus Global Board will commit to serving in their elected positions for a term of one academic year with terms starting in the Fall and concluding with AJC’s Global Forum in the Summer. Members will attend quarterly virtual board meetings, monthly committee meetings, the AJC Global Forum, and an annual in-person board retreat. A meaningful donation of any amount will be asked of all incoming board members.
Who Should Apply?
This program is open to all advocates who are currently pursuing undergraduate or graduate school degrees. We are looking for students who have demonstrated a commitment to making a difference in their community and an interest in global Jewish advocacy.
The Board consists of elected positions including the President, Executive Vice President (EVP), eight Vice Presidents (VPs), and Members-At-Large.
The President is responsible for overseeing all board activities, including but not limited to:
- Weekly check-ins with AJC’s Campus Affairs Department.
- Presiding over all meetings and maintaining a positive and effective Board culture.
- Ensuring that board members have the resources needed to perform their duties.
The Executive Vice President (EVP) will serve alongside the President and will assist in relevant duties, including but not limited to:
- Attending weekly check-in with AJC Campus Affairs and President.
- Maintaining regular contact with all VPs and Members-at-Large to monitor progress and support where needed.
The 8 Vice Presidents (VPs) oversee their own portfolios and committees made up of fellow board members. The VP positions include:
- VP, Programs
- VP, Global Forum and Missions
- VP, Advocacy
- VP, Interfaith and Intercommunal
- VP, Marketing and Social Media
- VP, Campus Network
- VP, ACCESS
- VP, Global Outreach
The Members- At -Large perform all general board member responsibilities and are asked to join a committee(s) led by the Vice Presidents.