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Why do we change now?
Why do we change now?
Welcome to the latest edition of the Jacobs Alumni Newsletter! Our top stories this month are General Assembly 2014, new members of the Jacobs Alumni Board and the Generation Fund Project!
At the last General Assembly (during Homecoming 2014), four board positions and two auditor positions were put to vote following up on the electronic votes placed earlier - Vice President, Assessor PR / Communication, Assessor Event Management, Assessor Special Projects and two Auditors. As in the past, some positions saw great competition and we are thrilled with the engagement of the alumni and the willingness of the candidates to contribute their time and expertise to growing the strength of the Alumni association. The following applicants deserve congratulations for their engagement: Daniel Garcia, Mitul Jain, Elena Isac, Lida-Maria Lottko, Stefan Rustler, Alina Degtiarova, Tory Sigmond, and Cristian Mihut.
JacobsFeed Episode 3 - The FAQs
Welcome back on campus!
I am thrilled to not only celebrate our very first double reunion of the Classes of 2004 and 2009 with you, but also the 10-year anniversary of the Alumni Association!
Peter Dabrowski '04
President - Jacobs University Alumni Association
Jacobs University is in financial peril. The place we called home - is fighting to clean up its books. There’s one bad apple that we (the Alumni) are to blame for. You guessed it - Tuition Postponement.
This series of articles, brought to you by the Alumni Consulting Initiative with support from the Alumni Board and in collaboration with the University itself, will give you the low down on all things around tuition postponement. The series starts with a detailed look at the numbers - where is all that money? How much is it? Well.. be prepared to have your mind expanded!
Dear fellow Alumni,
This September will mark several important milestones for the University as well as the Alumni Community. One important milestone is that four positions in the Alumni Board will become vacant: one Vice President position and three openings for Assessors with specialisations in PR and communication, event management, and special projects. In addition, we are going to appoint two Auditors who are not members of the Board but support the monitoring of any future income (e.g. scholarships).
Over the past year, the Board has worked very hard in establishing a work dynamic that would enable us to be a true partner in the development of the university. We have instituted regular meetings in cities where our board members live, developed a very lively and productive cooperation with the University administration, and tried to bring some of our own experience from our work environments into the Association.
We are very keen to continue this trend, and that’s why we need you! We are looking to fill these four positions with people who will bring energy, passion and dedication to the job but also not forget how to have fun. This is an amazing opportunity to learn and develop outside of your work while contributing to a greater cause and making a difference for the future.
Follow the links for the full job descriptions and review of the applicants:
|Assessor: PR / Communication||Assessor: Event Management||Assessor: Special Projects||Vice President||Auditors|
Colleges: The number of rooms available in the colleges is not available yet. The earliest date will be hopefully mid of August.