Develop yourself as a committee member of Clio!
At the start of every academic year, Clio looks for new committee members to expand the Clio Crew. Becoming active in Clio is the perfect opportunity to develop yourself in various ways, next to your studies.
Firstly, you will get to bond with other committee members over dinner, drinks and the work you will do together. Being active in a committee also allows you to develop your professional skills such as networking and communication, which are incredibly useful during and after your studies.
If you want to organise parties, lectures and excursions, create a beautiful yearbook or write articles for a renowned magazine or even organise our annual travel abroad, please take a look at the pages to the side and find out more about our committees!
If you would like to apply for one of our committees, applications will open at the beginning of the academic year. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to email@example.com
In every committee there are different positions. Here you can find a description of the most common ones. Each committee also has its own page, where you can out more about what they do. If you have any specific questions, don't hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chair: The head of the committee, he or she will chair the meetings and keep an overview of the committee.
Secretary: You are the one who takes the minutes during the meetings, keeps an eye on the schedule, make sure the administration is perfect and you are in charge of your committees' email.
Treasurer: Are you good with money? You’ll be busy with the budget of your committee and making sure that the money is safely distributed. If you're ever unsure about something, your chair and the treasurer of the association will always be there to help you!
Event manager: The name says it all, you’ll be managing the events, making sure everything runs smoothly.
Location and Logistics: Where will you go, and how will you get there? You will be the one to solve these issues so that everything goes as smoothly as possible. Additionally, you will be contacting institutions such as corporations, EU organs, and arranging transportation.
Lay-out Editor: As lay-out editor, you are in charge of the design of the final product in the Yearbook and Checks & Balances Committees.
PR: You will be the one in charge of the promotion of your committees' activities/services through posters and social media posts.
Acquisition: This is the person responsible for fundraising through companies and funds so that the committee has sufficient money to organise its activity/activities.
Board representative: The person from the board who helps the committee from a board perspective and makes sure that the communication between the board and the committee is easy and clear.