Student Advisory Council (SAC) Representative applications are now open for the 2020-2021 school year!
We are an organization within the Allen School focused on improving the undergraduate experience. Prior work has centered around ethics, career development, research, and community-building.
If you are passionate about creating positive change within the Allen School community, we invite you to learn more about this role and SAC below and apply here by 11/16! If you are unable to complete the application by the deadline, please send us an email and we would be happy to work something out!
Know someone who might be a good fit? Feel free to nominate them here!
Please feel free to reach out to Co-Chair Chris at ck32 (at) cs.washington.edu if you have questions!
Prior experience is not expected nor necessary. We extend interviews based on the quality and content of your written answers; please be honest when speaking to your aspirations and achievements.
The Student Advisory Council’s (SAC) mission is to amplify undergraduate voices across the Allen School to create long-term change. We are a passionate organization focused on improving the undergraduate experience. This includes hosting events, leading initiatives, and facilitating conversations between faculty and undergraduates.
Prior projects include:
The Student Advisory Council (SAC) is looking to add new Representatives to the Council. Questions can be directed to Co-Chair Chris Kang (ck32@cs).
Representatives select the projects they work on, which often involve:
We welcome all candidates to apply. Our priority is to find people who care about improving the Allen School student experience by amplifying undergraduate voices. To amplify all voices, we must be able to hear them. Regardless of your identity, whether racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, (dis)ability, socioeconomic background, we are interested in hearing from you.
Please note - all applicants will have their materials read. If the applicant is a better fit for opportunities in SAC’s network, we will work to forward the materials to our partners. Our partners include ACM, ACM-W, Gen1, MiT, Q++, and more.
A committee of current Council members will decide on applicants to extend interviews to. Depending on the volume of applicants, we expect that your application will be read at least twice by readers from different backgrounds.