Participation in a number of committees is required of all members of SAS. We have a wide range of activites giving everyone an ample amount of opportunities to particpate. We also encourage members to come up with their own ideas for committees; you do not have to be on the board to chair a committee. Being involved helps in so many ways from expanding your network, to having something to talk about during interviews, to serving the community, and just having fun. So be more than a "seat-warmer" and join a committee today!
Chair Person: Ryan Balentyne
The golf outing is our biggest event of the semester. The even consists of a 9-hole "scramble" round of golf during the afternoon where members will be paired with business professionals coming from a variety of firms.After the outing, dinner will be provided and prizes will be awarded to the top teams. You do not have to be any good at golf to participate. This is just intended to be a fun, social event where members can talk with real-world professionals. There is a seperate fee for this event.
Chair Person: Jarrod Smith
Every semester SAS holds a blood drive. Members can get points by either donating blood or staffing the sign-in table. The blood drive takes place right out front of Barsema Hall. So donate and save a life!
Chair Person: Jeff Picciuolo
This committee involves going as a group to the Northern Illinois Food Bank in St. Charles and help process food donations. The Northern Illinois Food Bank is a central warehouse where food is received from major corporations and other large entities and then distributed to local food pantries throughout the Northern Illinois area.
DeKalb Animal Shelter
Chair Person: Kiri Zitt & Ashley Nelson
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Members involved with this committee will spend either a Saturday or Sunday morning at a local animal shelter where they will feed animals, walk dogs, clean cages, or do whatever else the shelter staff need help with. This has been one of the more popular committees and is a lot of fun.
Packages for Overseas Soldiers
Chair Person: Margaret Tinberg
This committee involves helping collect items for packages to send to those in the military overseas. After the items are collected, members will spend one or two evenings preparing the packages so that they can be shipped overseas.
Chair Person: Cristiano Microballi
Every semester SAS holds a food drive. Members get points by simply dropping off non-perishable goods in the designated box in the accountancy suite during the drive.
Chair Person: Carlee Surrock
Every semester SAS holds a clothing drive. Members get points by simply dropping off clean clothes that are in good condition in the designated box in the accountancy suite during the drive.
Chair Person:Brandan Boelens
Throughout the semester, SAS members will represent the organization in varous intramural sports such as volleyball, softball, and flag football. For information on exactly what sports we are doing this semester and when we will be doing them, contact the chair for this committee. This is considered a social, not a service point.
Chair Person: Jose Arreola
At least once every semester, SAS tries to have a social event off campus. In the past, we've gone to Whirly Ball,a Chicago Wolves' games, the Chicago Auto Show, a White Sox game, a corn maze, and many more events. Contact the social chair about details or if you have any suggestions of your own.
Chair Person: Matt Page
SAS has a stock of a wide variety of custom made merchandise with the SAS name and logo. Members in this committee will be charged with helping to sell some of that merchandise a couple of times throughout the semester in the atrium.
Chair Person: Ali Hussain & Patrick Jung
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The advertising committee's purpose is to help promote SAS meetings and events. Members will be assigned to a specific room in Barsema Hall where they will be tasked with posting an announcement about the next SAS meeting on the corner of the white board. Some committee members may also be assigned to creating the electronic announcement that appears on the monititors in Barsema. This committee only requires about 5 minutes every week, but it is a semester long committment.
Chair Person: Barbara Sardelli
The Food Prep Committee involves helping the treasurer at least twice during the semester pick-up, set-up, and/or clean-up for the dinner after the weekly meeting.
Chair Person: John Ries
Full Disclosure is a one to two page paper that members write describing their experience in SAS. It should highlight the things they enjoyed, things they thought could have been better, and ways they would improve the organization. Papers must be turned in to the president prior to elections and completiion of this committee is required for Gold membership.
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