2013-2014 USGA Application

These signatures must also be accompanied by the

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These signatures must also be accompanied by the student’s printed name and the last four digits of their student identification number. V. S PEECHES AND P HOTO All candidates are required to submit a high resolution digital photo of themselves. Applicants will have the opportunity to have their photo taken during the Info Session they attend. It is recommended applicants use this photo and come prepared to have their picture taken. If you choose to use your own photo, this must be emailed to [email protected] May 10 th at 5PM . The subject of the e-mail should read USGA Elections - Your Name – Your Position . The submission of inappropriate photos will result in an incomplete application. The applicant will be notified as such. Please note that these will represent you as a candidate and as a person.
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*THIS WILL BE THE PHOTO USED IN THE TRIANGLE AND IF ELECTED, ON THE USGA WEBSITE! PLEASE COME PREPARED! Additionally, candidates are encouraged to write a speech outlining their qualifications and goals. This speech will be available to voting students throughout the elections process. The hard copy of your speech must accompany this application and should be no longer than 500 words. Be sure to include your name with your desired position centered in boldface at the top of the page. Candidates should also submit a summary no longer than 50 words of their speech for use in The Triangle (bullet points are fine). If an electronic copy of your speech and summary are not submitted by May 10 th at 5pm, it will NOT appear on the ballot .
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  • Fall '12
  • StephenD.Joyce
  • Candidate, Undergraduate education, Students' union, USGA, USGA Elections

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