All Spectrum 2016 Director Position applications are out! To find out more about what positions are available, go to Meet the Team > Directors. Applications can be found on the Directors page or right here!
We are proud to announce that Cameco will be partnering with us once again as title sponsor! Cameco Spectrum 2016 will take place from January 14-17. We are excited to have such a great organization working with us to make this the best Spectrum yet!
Planning for Spectrum 2016 has begun and we are looking to fill 5 Executive positions! Spectrum is one of the oldest traditions in the College of Engineering; held every 3 years since 1959, it has become known as “North America’s largest student-run exhibition of science and technology”. The show features student and industrial exhibitors from across North America, workshops, and speakers.
To apply for a position, please email your resume and a cover letter to Zenon Kripki at email@example.com. In your cover letter, please include:
– your name, discipline, year of study, and expected graduation year
– position(s) you would be interested in
– why you would be an ideal candidate for this/these position(s)
– any past experiences with Spectrum or other large-scale events
– expected course load for the Winter 2015, Fall 2015, and Winter 2016 terms
If you are thinking of applying for an Executive position, keep in mind that Executive positions are volunteer positions are at minimum a one year commitment lasting from February 2015 to at least February 2016. All executive members are responsible for representing Spectrum to the College, the University, alumni, and public, and are expected to remain students of the College of Engineering throughout the term. Other responsibilities include attending all meetings of the executive committee as well those of their directorate.
The available Executive positions are as follows:
The role of the Facilities Executive is to oversee all services (parking, shuttle service), equipment, and safety concerns of the Spectrum venue. These include all services and conveniences required by all exhibits, show setup and take down, and traffic and security considerations.
Public Relations Executive
The role of the Public Relations (PR) Executive is to advertise Spectrum to the College of Engineering, U of S campus, local schools, and the general public through any forms of media deemed appropriate. The PR Executive is responsible for Spectrum’s media relations, publicity, and school tours.
If you have any questions, concerns, or would like more information on Spectrum, please don’t hesitate to contact Zenon Kripki at firstname.lastname@example.org