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Nominations

 Student Government Association at Labouré College

Consider Leadership at Labouré!

 

Nominations are being accepted for the 2018-2019 Academic YearYou may nominate yourself or a student peer!

  • Be a Program Representative for your specific program in Nursing or Allied Health. Or . . .
  • Consider an Executive Leadership role.
  • Whether you are a traditional, hybrid, or online student, let us hear your voice!

Work with staff, faculty and administration to ensure student representation and apply your leadership skills to enhancing the student experience at Labouré  College.

 

  Click here to complete and submit your nomination form

 

You may also submit a nomination form in person to Karen Masters, Office A118 or to Barbara Morgan in the Student Success Center, 1st floor of Labouré. 

Please submit your nomination no later than Friday, March 16th.  Thank you! 

Elections for the positions of President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Program Representatives will take place in March.  Details to follow!

Questions? Contact Karen at Karen_Masters@laboure.edu or Barbara at Barbara_Morgan@laboure.edu. We are glad to answer your questions.

Positions In SGA

The Student Government Association (SGA) of Labouré College (LC), has been created in order to advance the quality of education, promote student interests, and serve as an informed advocate of student concerns through awareness of Labouré College student needs to the Senior Leadership and Board of Trustees of Labouré College. 

Positions:

         Program Representative

  • Serve as representation for a particular academic program
  • Bring forward proposals, concerns and ideas on behalf of program constituency
  • Participate in SGA activity and decisions through in-person or on-line attendance

          President

  • Serve as SGA leadership and preside at all SGA meetings
  • Represent the student body in all SGA activity
  • Promote the interest and scholarship of Laboure students
  • Advocate for and manage student interest in social, academic & professional activity to enhance student life
  • Endeavor to share and collaborate with Board of trustees and senior leadership on behalf of students

           Vice President

  • Supports the SGA President & serves as SGA leadership in absence of the president
  • Coordinate service and educational programming for SGA
  • Provide oversight for SGA membership and advocate for full institutional student representation

           Treasurer

  • Manage and execute financial services for SGA
  • Maintain accurate records of all SGA funding and programs
  • Advise SGA Executive Board on budget and expenditures

           Secretary

  • Oversee records and minutes for all SGA meetings
  • Provide SGA publicity for all sponsored SGA programs and events
  • Document and maintain an active roster of SGA positions, titles and responsibilities   

Student Leadership

Statement of Diversity 

Labouré College acknowledges and appreciates the diversity of all students. The goal of the Student Government Association (SGA) is to have students vote for students who not only meet the qualifications for a position, but also bring a wide range of experiences and qualities, thereby reflecting the diversity of our student body. A student government Executive Board and Representatives that possess varied talents, characteristics and perspectives, will enrich not only the student leadership experience but the experience of the entire Labouré community. 

Expectations of a Student Leader

Successful student leaders serve their peers and the Labouré community with a commitment to respect and cultural responsiveness. They work closely with College staff advisers to foster positive campus relationships and manage campus programs.  Leadership roles give students an opportunity to develop personal and professional strengths and skills. Student leaders are role models on and off campus, are in good academic standing, and demonstrate a commitment to Labouré's mission. 

 

Tuesday, May 1, 2018   6:00pm – 9:00pm

The Tirrell Room,

254 Quarry St.

Quincy, MA 02169

Pinning Ceremony (May/June graduates)

Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 7:00pm

Fontbonne Academy

Milton, MA

Commencement Ceremony, Class of 2018

Saturday, May 5, 2018   11:00am – 1:00pm               

Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help  

1545 Tremont St.                                          

Boston, MA 02118