CICC 2022 - 2023

Executive Board MEMBER

Application Now Open!


What positions are available?

  • CICC is still accepting applications for the Vice-Chair of Finance, Director of Administration, and Director of Productions.

What are the duties of these positions?

  • Each position is unique and provides the incumbent an opportunity to grow their leadership skills, build their professional skill set, network with their peers, and much more!
  • To learn about each position, download the full position description list (Click Here)PDF File .

What are the benefits of an Executive Board position?

  • Receive a leadership stipend (once per semester)
  • Develop leadership skills and connect with professionals in the College of Communications
  • Gain professional experience that offers transferrable skills into your future career
  • Collaborate with a dynamic team and apply critical thinking skills and ideas to support student success
  • Participate in event planning, student outreach, and club activities that enable students to brand the CICC image
  • Network with ASI, Student Life & Leadership, college-based clubs, and other student leaders




  • All position terms are held from July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023.
  • College of Communications major or minor (undergraduate or graduate student)
  • An elected official may not hold an representative or executive board member positions in any of the various College of Communications clubs or organizations and shall not hold an officer position within ASI.
  • Undergraduate students must earn six (6) semester units of credit per term while holding office. Graduate student officers must earn three (3) semester units of credit per term while holding office.
  • All candidates, officers, and appointees must be in good academic standing, must not be on academic probation, and must have earned a CSUF semester grade point average of 2.0 and a CSUF cumulative grade point average of 2.5 for all classes at CSUF at the end of the semester before taking office and during their tenure. Failure to maintain these requirements will result in immediate ineligibility.
  • The executive board member must attend weekly council meetings, Mondays at 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. (Fall/Spring).
  • The executive board must meet weekly for a 1-hr E-board meeting (time determined by the incoming E-board).
  • The Chair and Vice Chair have a 30 minute weekly 1:1 with the advisor.  The DOA, DOP, and DCOM have biweekly 30minute 1:1s with the advisor.


What is the application process?

  • Review the position descriptions (Click Here)PDF File .
  • Complete the application form available at the link below.
  • The Assistant Dean will invite you to discuss the position and answer any questions about the role.
  • You will be scheduled to present a 2-3 minute PowerPoint presentation to the General Council during an upcoming Monday morning (10am - 11:30am) meeting followed by a brief Q&A from the council.




For questions regarding the information or the duties of a position, please contact Dr. Robert Flores, Assistant Dean, Opens in new window