Leaders Wanted

2024-2025 SAC Exec Team

The Executive Board team is made up of student leaders selected to serve in the role of SAC Officers and Chairpersons. Each work with professionals in a volunteer capacity to lead members in the development of events, programs and activities designed to entertain, educate and enhance the Shocker experience.



General Expectations of All Executive Board Members

  • Maintain a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA
  • Attend weekly Executive Board meeting
  • Hold weekly office hours
  • Attend weekly advisor meeting
  • Attend monthly General Member meeting
  • Actively work to recruit and retain members
  • Be a positive representative of SAC, Student Engagement, and Wichita State University

Officer Expectations

The officers of the SAC Exec Board Team drive the organization towards its mission, vision and in pursuit of its annual goals. The team focuses on organizational leadership, development of the exec team, and successful recruitment and retention strategies for our membership. Officers serve hold 12 weekly office hours (flexible) and receive a $1,800 stipend each semester. 


The President oversees the operation and direction of the Student Activities Council. This person provides strong leadership for the organization and drives short-term and long-term goals, plans and vision 

Expectations of the President include: 

  • Lead weekly Executive Board meetings
  • Oversee semesterly event selection process
  • Coordinate Executive Board trainings
  • Review and evaluate the SAC Constitution and By-laws
  • Coordinate End of Year Celebration
  • Facilitate Executive Board Selections
  • Serve as a voting member on the RSC Board of Directors
  • Support the operations of the board in the absence of any vacant positions
Vice President of Membership

The Vice President of Membership oversees the retention and development of Student Activities Council members. This person promotes the development and engagement of members through curriculum design, retention plans, retreats, and socials.

Expectations of the VP of Membership include:

  • Be the first point of contact for potential new members
  • Coordinate the orientation and onboarding program
  • Maintain membership records
  • Coordinate and lead monthly member meetings
  • Design and implement member trainings and workshops
  • Set and oversee goals related to member retention and satisfaction
  • Coordinate and host two member socials each semester
  • Assume duties of the president in their absence
Vice President of Marketing

The Vice President of Marketing drives the organizations brand awareness and sets goals for recruiting members and promoting events. They provide leadership to the team through trainings on marketing expectations, standards, and guidelines.

Expectations of the VP of Marketing include:

  • Coordinating the design and distribution of semesterly event listing
  • Set and oversee goals related to recruitment plan
  • Facilitate trainings on marketing expectations and standards
  • Work collaboratively with the Digital Content Chairperson
  • Coordinate and train members for outreach initiatives
  • Coordinate annual DeStress Fest marketing campaign
  • Coordinate and execute annual "Join" member recruitment campaign

Chairperson Expectations

SAC Chairpersons lead our planning committees in the development, planning, marketing, and execution of social, educational, and cultural events. Chairpersons run weekly meetings, delegate tasks, train members in event standards and practices, and utilize reflection and assessment strategies that measure the success of programs. Chairpersons hold 10 weekly office hours (flexible) and receive a $1,600 stipend each semester. 

Expectations of the Chairpersons include:

  • Lead respective weekly committee meeting
  • Foster an incluive and welcome space for committee members
  • Lead the members in the planning, marketing, and execution of programs
  • Develop and oversee event plans and timelines
  • Recruit and train members to staff events
  • Oversee the distribution of event specific marketing tactics
  • Promote critical thinking and decision making among members
  • Execute events that enhance campus culture and promote a sense of belonging among participants
  • Facilitate reflection exercises with committee on event staff performance and participant outcomes
Digital Content Team Chairperson

The Digital Content Creator position is charged with leading a committee which plays a key role in creating and delivering engaging content across our range of digital platforms and channels. This committee ensures that our digital presence supports and enhances our organization’s mission and vision to Shocker Nation. 

Iniatiative Examples

  • Join SAC Campaign
  • Event highlights/recaps
  • Live takes
Shocker Night Life Chairperson

The Shocker Night Life Chairperson is responsible for leading a committee that is charged with creating evening programs that entertain and enhance the Shocker community. The committee schedules, contracts, and hosts entertainers, dj's, and musicians that enhance the student experience.

Event Examples

  • Dance Parties
  • Live musical acts
  • Novelty entertainers (magicians, hypnotists, etc.)
Shocker Ventures Chairperson

The Shocker Ventures Chairperson is responsible for leading a committee of members that promote the exploration of the Wichita community and beyond. Events may include discount tickets to Wichita programs, food tours, and road trips.

Event Examples

  • Transportation to Food Trucks at the Fountain
  • Wichita Food Tour
  • Discount Tickets to local events
  • Road Trips
Special Events Chairperson

The Special Events Chairperson is responsible for leading a committee that is charged with carrying out programs and events that support and enhance the lives of our commuter and adult student populations. This committee will create and execute a number of daytime distractions and weekend initiatives for students and their families.

Event Examples

  • Daytime make and takes
  • Trunk or Treat
  • Fairmount Formal
Traditions Chairperson

The Traditions Chairperson is responsible for leading a committee of members to carry out events and programs that unite campus in spirit and tradition. This committee is responsible for coordinating programs that complement long-standing initiatives like Shocktoberfest and the Fairmount Formal. These events engage Shocker Nation and specific organizations around campus, connecting Shockers to the community. 

Event Examples

  • Shocktoberfest - Spirit Competition
  • Game-day Road Trips & Watch Parties
  • Shockers Got Talent


  • Exec Board members receive a stipend that is dispersed up to four times over the course of a semester
    • Officer stipend | 1,800 per semester
    • Chairperson stipend | 1,600 per semester
  • Option to earn a zero credit internship for your leadership role, experience listed on academic transcript
  • Membership in the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) and the opportunity to attend the annual national convention
  • Networking opportunities within university-sponsored committees and beyond
  • Develop skills in leadership, budgeting, effective communication, critical thinking, professionalism, and team work
  • At least one full-time advisor for assistance and guidance throughout the Executive Board experience
  • Retreats and leadership opportunities provided through SAC and Student Engagement, Advocacy & Leadership
  • Have fun!

Selection Process


Step 1 - Preparation

  • Review the position descriptions and understand the roles and responsibilities 
  • Take a chance and consider something that challenges you. The Selection Committee makes its decision based on skills, abilities and fit with the team.
  • Polish your resume - make sure it includes your education, employment history, and involvement
  • Review the application and prepare your short essay responses

Step 2 - Apply

  • Submit your application with resume and short essay responses
  • You may apply for as many or few positions as you like
  • Deadline to Apply: Thursday, April 25 at midnight

Step 3 - Interviews

  • A member of the Selection Committee will reach out to schedule an interview time
  • Interviews are about 20 minutes long and you will have an opportunity to ask questions of the Selection Board
  • Interview Date: Sunday, April 28 beginning at 3 p.m.


Submit Your Application