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Agenda for February 25, 2013

Order of Business

      I.         Call to Order

    II.         Roll Call

  III.         Approval of the Minutes & Agenda

  IV.         Executive Business

a.     President’s Report

b.     Executive Vice President’s Report

c.     Vice President for Financial Affairs’ Report

d.     Committee Chairs Report

                                               i.     Chair of Student Life Committee

                                             ii.     Chair of Academic Affairs Committee

                                            iii.     Chair of University Affairs Committee

                                            iv.     Chair of Financial Appropriations Committee

    V.         Unfinished Business

  VI.         New Business

a.     SB F 2013-3

VII.         Gallery Remarks

VIII.         Advisors’ Remarks

 IX.         Members’ Remarks

   X.         Announcements

 XI.         Adjournment


 

SB F 2013-3

February 25, 2013

A Bill

Making Appropriations for eight organization(s)

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Youngstown State University Student Government Association assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Appropriations Fund not otherwise appropriated, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, for the activities of student organizations, namely:

Section 1: Men’s Club Volleyball is appropriated the sum of $0.00 for the Volleyball Tri-Way Match with Case Western and Gannon Universities which will be on February 23, 2013. This event will be held at Youngstown State University. The whole team is expected to attend.

Section 2: Men’s Club Volleyball is appropriated the sum of $0.00 for the Volleyball Tri-Way Match against Ashland and Kent State Universities which will be on March 24, 2013. This event will be held at Stambaugh Stadium Gymnasium. The whole team is expected to attend.

Section 3: The YO Show is appropriated the sum of $0.00 for the Spring Game Tailgate which will be held in late March/ early April. This event will be held at M-24 Lot YSU. Approximately one- hundred (100) people are expected to attend.

Section 4: ASME is appropriated the sum of $173.00 to defray the cost of transportation for ASME District B Student Professional Development Conference which will be on March 22nd-24th, 2013. This event will be held in Toronto, Ontario. Approximately thirty (30) members are expected to attend.

Section 5: Psi Chi is appropriated the sum of $147.00 to cover the cost of registration for the MPA Student Presentations which will be on May 2nd-4th, 2013. This event will be held in Chicago, IL. Seven (7) members are expected to attend.

Section 6: Delta Zeta is appropriated the sum of $200.00 to cover the cost of security for the 5k/Run for Noise which will be on May 4th, 2013. This event will be held at YSU tennis Courts. Approximately one- hundred (100) people are expected to attend.

Section 7: Dana Guitar Association is appropriated the sum of $100.00 to defray the cost of the Masterclass for Jazz Clinic/Maserclass: Joe Negri which will be on April 12, 2013. This event will be held at Bliss Hall. One-Hundred (100) people are expected to attend.

Section 8: Youngstown Student Education Association is appropriated the sum of $100.00 to defray the cost of food for Read across America which will be on March 2nd, 2013. This event will be held at McKay Auditorium in Beeghly College of Education. One-hundred (100) students and approximately fifty (50) volunteers are expected to attend.

Section 9: CBC- Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is appropriated the sum of $0.00 for CBC formal which will be on March 24th, 2013. This event will be held at Stambaugh Stadium. Sixty (60) people are expected to attend.

Section 10: CBC- Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is appropriated the sum of $0.00 for JUMP which will be on March 9th-17th, 2013. This event will be held at Kingston, Jamaica. Three (3) members are expected to attend.

Section 11: CBC- Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is appropriated the sum of $180.00 for Chapter Focus Week which will be on May 11th-18th, 2013. This event will be held in Cedarville, Michigan. Twenty (20) members are expected to attend.

 

 

 

 

 

Presidents Report:

 

Rally for Dr. Anderson

·      April 30th 9am in Chestnut

·      To pay tribute to her years of service at YSU

·      A great SGA turnout would show our appreciation for her work

YSU Police Emergency app

·      Caroline, Catie, and I met with Chief John Beshara and other members of the police about a new app called Guardly

·      Guarld is an app that would allow for instant connection to the YSU police dispatch, thereby shortening the time from phone call to action on an incident

·      Also, allows people to send pictures to the police

·      Police can track people that make alert via GPS

·      The app has a start-up cost that is roughly 20k and the police are trying to acquire funds to start it next year

Student Success

·      Last meeting March 7th

o   Agenda includes final drafts of proposals for FYE and Learning communities

Budget Proposal

·      I spoke with Mr. Fahey who said that our proposal had gotten pushed back at the President’s Cabinet’s agenda, but they will discuss it at their Monday meeting

·      So, I am anxiously awaiting Mr. Fahey’s email and will update you on more if I know it at Monday’s meeting

·      Mr. Fahey is still very optimistic and said that he expects us to get very close to what we have requested

Executive Vice Presidents Report:

Academic Senate

-       I will be sending around the Laptop/Tablet resolution for everyone to look at. Any comments or additions are welcome. I will open it up for discussion in New Business.  It will be introduced at the upcoming Academic Senate meeting next wed.

Elections Board

-       2013 YSU SGA Elections Board was selected this past week, with their first official meeting slated for this week. Just a reminder to those if you are planning on running pay attention to your emails for deadlines and such, we will also be reminding you all via body meetings as well.

SGA Tables

-       Overall, not a bad debut for the SGA tables, we had a few call offs and what not which is to be understood. It was recommended that the announcement for the dates of the next tables come a week in advance. The reps that were at the table last thurs said they received some positive feedback from a few students. We received two comment cards, one concerning the promptness of the campus bussing and one praising  SGA’s visibility on campus .

*** Reminder that the next table will be WED FEB 27th in Cushwa Hall.

Vice President for Financial Affairs:

Student Life Meeting Minutes 02-18-2013

Elyse called the meeting to order at 4:05 PM

Caroline took role

Excused Absences: Samantha Burton

Unexcused Absences: None

I.               New Business

a.     SGA High School Promotion

Thank you to the University Affairs committee for joining our meeting!

Sites:

Wednesday 02/20/13: Lakeview 9:20am-1:30am or 9:20am-11:00am or 10:00am-11:00am

Thursday 02/21/13:     Lowellville 7:30am-8:30am and 8:30am-9:30am

                                    Canfield 11:20am-1:20pm

Austintown over our Spring Break

Still working on contacting other schools such as Girard, East, and Chaney

Committee members volunteered on a signup sheet to work the tables at these locations

b.     SGA Service project

Will revisit next committee meeting

c.     Tobacco free campus

Jennifer is a member of the committee, looking for ways to promote and enforce this

II.              Old Business

a.     SGA Retreat

Elyse emailed Tim Ryan, still waiting to hear back from him, date will depend on his availability

Stadium Club, V2, and MVR are all possible locations

Jimmy Johns catering if in Stadium Club or V2 and MVR food if in those locations

Will plan more in detail after Meet the Reps is over and we hear from Tim Ryan

b.     Meet the Reps

Wednesday 02/25/13

12:00pm-3:30pm (Lunch rush!)

No tables

Wear SGA shirts to event

Raffle basket

What we want to accomplish: Make a list of sample questions (Everyone will contribute, Jennifer will type), document answers in notebook, focus more on positives, maybe pick random questions out of bowl, presidential search information, promote student discounts and other benefits for students

c.     Alcohol in Stambaugh Stadium

Katherine found that millions of dollars were made at other universities that sold beer at sporting events

Still further researching this issue, looking to start taking action the week of March 18th

Announcements

Elyse adjourned the meeting at 4:55 PM

 

 

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Academic Affairs Committee

Minutes of 2.18.2012 Meeting

I.  Call to Order:  4:24 pm

 

II. Roll Call

a. Present:  Justen Vrabel, Nicole Pavlichich, Andrew McClusky, Chelsea Baker, Kaitlyn Kridler, Caleb Tatebe, Kendal Malsch, Ashley Bowers, Sarah Scheidemantel

      b. Absent:  Teresa McKinney, Jordan Edgell

      c. Excused:  none

 

III. SGA Tables

SGA Tables were okay for the first week.  In the future, we will send out the announcement of date and location at least one week in advance.  The next SGA tables will take place on Wednesday, February 27 in Cushwa.

IV. Last Lecture Series

Potential speakers are:  President Anderson, Donna Walsh, Dr. Tessier, Dr. Shaklee, Dr. Suchora, and Atty Slipski.  A survey will be sent out to the general body to decide the speaker.

 

V. Four Year Guarantee

Currently, STEM and restricted programs have curriculums in place that designate classes to be taken together to graduate in 4 years.  We want to talk to other department chairs to see if they will help us put together a curriculum sheet for each major.

 

VI. Adjournment:  4:49 pm

SGA University Affairs Minutes 1/18/2013

The meeting was called to order at 4:03pm.

All members were present.

I.               Unfinished business:

A)   Contacting Local High Schools

·      Our committee met with the Student Life committee to collaborate going to visit local high schools.

·      3 schools this week: Canfield, Lakeview, and Lowellville.

·      There will be new dates and new schools to visit in the upcoming weeks.

·      Dates will be provided via email or in next meeting.

·      Anyone in SGA is welcome to help. The more the better.

·      The idea is to come from a student’s perspective and provide some information for junior high school students about YSU.

·      In the process of making a PowerPoint to show students

·      Marissa made a quick survey for the students to fill out after they hear our presentation.

·      Marie made a fact sheet about all YSU organizations and fun things on campus.

B)   Beatitude House

·      Met with Patricia McNicholas, the Executive Director.

·      Lots of positive feedback.

·      The Beatitude house encourages their residents to attend YSU.

·      Currently 3 enrolled at YSU now and many are YSU graduates.

·      Asking for house hold items

·      Looking to donate a car for transportation

Meeting was adjourned at approximately 5:00pm

Financial Appropriations

4:00PM

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Men’s Club Volleyball

Total Number of Members: 8

Contact Person: Kevin Johnson
Contact Phone Number: 330-720-4774
Contact Email: kajohnson06@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Amy Cossentino
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-719-3383
Advisor’s Email: amycossentino@comcast.net

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We are planning on holding a volleyball tournament of other club teams sometime in the next year.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Our group has not done any community service together, but most of our group does community service on their own. This includes members being active in food pantries, local churches, and volunteering through the scholar program

Name of Event: Volleyball Tri-WAy Match with Case Western and Gannon Universities
Date of Event: 2/23/13
Location: Youngstown State
Expected Participation: Complete Team
Total Cost of Event: $150

Description of Event: We will be hosting two other club volleyball teams at YSU. Our team will play both universities, and also both the other universities will play a match against each other.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: It will show off our campus and facilities to other universities. Also, it will give students a chance to come and watch a competitive volleyball match at a high level.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Paying the official to officiate 3 games

$150

Total $150

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $0.00

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: YSU Men’s Club Volleyball Team

Total Number of Members: 8

Contact Person: Kevin Johnson
Contact Phone Number: 330-720-4774
Contact Email: kajohnson06@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Amy Cossentino
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-719-3383
Advisor’s Email: amycossentino@gmail.com

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We are planning on holding a volleyball tournament at YSU next October.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: We do not organize any specific community service as a team, but many of us do community service on our own. We are involved in local food banks, churches, and youth sports.

Name of Event: Tri-Way Match against Ashland and Kent State
Date of Event: 3/24
Location: Stambaugh Stadium Gymnasium
Expected Participation: Full
Total Cost of Event: $200

Description of Event: Kent State University and Ashland University will visit YSU for a club volleyball match. We will first play Ashland in a best of three match, then Ashland and Kent State will play in a best of 3 match, and finally we will play Kent State in a best of 3 match.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This event brings a high level of volleyball competition to YSU. It will allow students to spectate good competition. Also, it will allow us to show our campus and recreational facilities off to other colleges near by.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Payment for the official

$200

Total $200

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $0.00

 

4:10PM

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: The YO Show

Total Number of Members: 100+

Contact Person: Justen Vrabel
Contact Phone Number: 330-559-5702
Contact Email: jvrabel@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Mr. Michael McGiffin
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-559-3201
Advisor’s Email: msmcgiffin@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We have sought out and established sponsorships with various local business and with the Youngstown State Athletics Dept. These sponsorships include Jimmy Johns, Pizza Hut, Bottom Dollar Foods, Eagle Wear, and Covelli Enterprises.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Our organization has become a staple in the Youngstown State Athletics Community. Drawing both students and members of the greater youngstown community to record numbers at YSU football games this year. In addition to the football tailgates and student sections, the YO Show recently attended both Mens and Womens home basketball games to cheer the peguins to victory. We are looking forward to expand into other arenas as well.

Name of Event: Spring Game Tailgate
Date of Event: Late March/Early April Date is unnanouced
Location: M-24 Lot YSU
Expected Participation: 100+
Total Cost of Event: $200

Description of Event: YSU Spring Game Tailgate, there will be free food for any student currently attending YSU. The tailgate will commence around 3pm with the entire tailgate moving to the student section at 7 to cheer on the penguins to victory.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: A large contingency of support for the football team exemplifies the YSU spirit and which can attract more prospective students.In general, our organization aims to bring together residential and communter students in hopes they will become more active on the campus setting. A unified tailgate and student section cheering on Penguin Athletics with enthusiasm and good natured rowdiness is the first step in this process.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Food and Supplies (no alcohol)

$150

Total 150

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $0.00

 

4:20PM

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: ASME

Total Number of Members: 75

Contact Person: Stephen M. Rakocy
Contact Phone Number: 330-904-4915
Contact Email: smrakocy@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Hazel Marie
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3015
Advisor’s Email: hmarie@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We have sold YSU merchandise as well as worked with industry connections to provide funds for projects.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: We have worked with Habitat for Humanity last fall. We are currently working with a STEM Organizations Relay for Life Team, and are planning to work with Habitat for Humanity later this spring.

Name of Event: ASME District B Student Professional Development Conference (SPDC)
Date of Event: March 22-24, 2013
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Expected Participation: 20-30
Total Cost of Event: $5000 (approximate)

Description of Event: The Student conference includes networking activities, Old Guard Oral Presentations, Old Guard Poster Presentations, Student Design Competition, Student Leadership Conference, and an Impromptu Design Competition. In addition to the student conference, there is a Student Section Advisor Conference and a Professional Section Leadership Conference.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: The SPDC will provide a valuable networking opportunity for the students attending and will also be a great opportunity to showcase the abilities of YSU students to other universities and industries in the region.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Van Rental

$500

Gasoline

$400

Tolls

$100

Total $1000

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $173.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF TRANSPORTATION.

 

4:30PM

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Psi Chi

Total Number of Members: 20

Contact Person: Ken Holt
Contact Phone Number: 330-707-6133
Contact Email: kjholt@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Dr. Julie Boron
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3276
Advisor’s Email: jbboron@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We are having general members sale candy bars raising a profit of $15 per case sold. We are also hosting a 3 day long bake sale.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: In the previous semester, we hosted a food and coat drive for local charities, and a school supply drive for a special needs school in India. This semester we are going to be more hands on and volunteer at the soup kitchen, and animal charities. We are also going to participate in Relay for Life.

Name of Event: MPA Student Presentations
Date of Event: May 2nd- May 4th
Location: Chicago, IL
Expected Participation: 7 Members
Total Cost of Event: Dependent on fuel, food, and hotel costs. Also registration fees.

Description of Event: Psi Chi will be representing YSU at the Midwestern Psychological Association Conference. Four of the seven students will be presenting original research. All seven students will learn more about the research and presentation process, and will gain essential experience to continue in the field of experimental Psychology.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: YSU will be noted and documented as having student presenters at this regional conference. Presenters will have an opportunity to win an award to bring recognition to YSU.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Fuel – Two Vehicles – 25 mpg, 30 mpg freeway, Round Trip According to Mapquest Calculator

$110.72 x 2 vehicles = $221.44

Hotel Costs – 2 rooms – MPA Discount

$244.00+ Tax 3 person room + $269.00+ Tax 4 person room = $513.00

Conference Registration – 7 Students

$21.00 x 7 = $147.00

Food Reimbursement – 7 Students x 3 days

$25 x 7 = $175.00 x 3 = $525

Total $1406.00

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $147.00 TO COVER THE COST OF REGISTRATION.

 

4:40PM

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Delta Zeta

Total Number of Members: 34

Contact Person: Amanda Bowers
Contact Phone Number: 724-730-2516
Contact Email: anbowers01@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Brittany Slattery
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-206-7833
Advisor’s Email: Slattery.Brittany@gmail.com

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Lollipop sales, candy bar fundraiser, we plan to potentially do a restaurant takeover and possibly a car wash in the spring

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Members have assisted with Crash Day, supported various other philanthropy events affiliated with other sororities and fraternities, as well as given time at the Red Cross blood drives,among other various community service efforts.

Name of Event: 5k Walk/Run for Noise
Date of Event: May 4, 2013
Location: YSU Tennis Courts
Expected Participation: 50-100
Total Cost of Event: $400

Description of Event: The 5k walk/run for noise will be held on May 4, 2013 with proceeds going to Youngstown Hearing and Speech. This will be the 4th annual race with registration beginning at 8am the morning of. We will have raffle baskets, food, and water for participants and the members of Delta Zeta will be supervising the event.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: It will give students a chance to participate in something that gives back to the community and will give YSU a positive look to outsiders because they support philanthropy events such as this.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Cop

$200

Total $200

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $200.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF SECURITY.

 

4:50PM

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Dana Guitar Association of Youngstown State University

Total Number of Members: 17

Contact Person: Christopher Mrofchak
Contact Phone Number: 330-979-3343
Contact Email: cjmrofchak@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Dr. Francois Fowler
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3479
Advisor’s Email: fpfowler@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: -The Dana Guitar Association of YSU has sponsorships from local businesses.
-The Dana Guitar Association of YSU conducts bake sales each semester on campus.
-The Dana Guitar Association of YSU is organizing a raffle of a guitar (donated by a local music store).

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Members of the Dana Guitar Association of YSU give free recitals in the community in venues such as schools, retirement facilities and nursing homes (i.e. Shepherd of the Valley Assisted Living, Poland, and Park Vista Assisted Living, Fifth Avenue, Youngstown).

The DGA works to bring in guest artists to the YSU campus. It is part of the DGA’s mission to promote the arts in the greater Youngstown area. Several recent concerts and masterclasses include guest artists such as Thomas Viloteau (France), Marcin Dylla (Poland), Robert Gruca (USA), and Johannes Moller (Sweden). All of these concerts and masterclasses were free and open to the public.

Name of Event: Jazz Clinic/Masterclass: Joe Negri (Internationally acclaimed jazz guitarist, composer, and pedagogue).
Date of Event: April 12, 2013
Location: Bliss Hall, YSU
Expected Participation: 100
Total Cost of Event: $750

Description of Event: We would like to present a jazz clinic/masterclass by legendary jazz guitarist, composer, and pedagogue Joe Negri. Mr. Negri is one of the most recognized jazz guitarist in the USA. Many people know Joe Negri from the TV show Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood (where he was a recurring character called Handyman Negri). Several Dana School of Music students are playing for Joe Negri in a masterclass setting.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: The clinic/masterclass would be free and open to all YSU students, faculty, and staff, as well as the general public. Bringing guest artists like Joe Negri to YSU exposes students and faculty to music they might not have heard before, performed by a world class artist at a high level of musicianship and virtuosity. Events like these are a vital part of the performing arts community at YSU, and also in the greater Youngstown area. These classes and clinics are excellent educational opportunities for YSU students. Mr. Negri has been teaching for over 60 years, and is one of the most knowledgeable and respected pedagogues.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

• Fee: $750 for clinic/masterclass

600

Total 600

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $100.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF MASTERCLASS.

 

5:00PM

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Youngstown Student Education Association

Total Number of Members: 50

Contact Person: Christina Rigney
Contact Phone Number: 330-301-8430
Contact Email: cdrigney@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Crystal Hawthorne
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3270
Advisor’s Email: cmhawthorne@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We have done the Gorants Chocolate fundraiser, as well as the Chick Fil A fundraiser. We are currently working on doing the Chick Fil A fundraiser again and possibly another for valentines day.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: In August we did the annual Panerathon walk. There was about four members that participated. We also recently did a Christmas party for the Upward Bound students. About 10 members participated for this. We are going to participate in the Game of Hope, and we are expecting about ten members for this. Our next big event is Read Across America which is an annual event done to promote children’s literacy. Read Across America and the Christmas Party for the Upward Bound students were done on behalf of our organization. They are done to benefit the children and students involved.

Name of Event: Read Across America
Date of Event: March 2nd
Location: McKay Auditorium in Beeghly College of Education
Expected Participation: 100 students, About 50 volunteers
Total Cost of Event: We are still in the process of purchasing items for the event. Therefore, we do not have a total cost yet. It is well over $1000. We currently have ordered $500 worth of materials and paid for 350 books. We still need more materials, food, and t-shirts.

Description of Event: Read Across America is an event that we celebrate the birthday of Dr.Seuss and promote children’s literacy. The students will be participating in different activities including: making moose ears to go with the book Thidwick the Big Hearted Moose, making green goo to go with the book Green Eggs and Ham, having face painting to go with the book If I Ran the Circus, and planting a plant to go with the book The Lorax. The children will also be able to have each of these books read to them. We also do a reading to everyone at one time of Cat in the Hat. The children will be provided lunch (their parent attending with them will also get lunch), a t-shirt, a goodie bag consisting of pencils stickers and erasers, and they will be able to pick three books to take home. We are also working on having a picture station so they can have their picture taken with the cat in the hat and thing 1 and thing 2. There will be students dressed up as these characters . There will also be cake or cupcakes served to everyone for Dr.Seuss’s birthday.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: We are going to be inviting students on campus to bring their child to our Read Across America event. We will also be allowing any YSU student to volunteer at the event. Each volunteer will be getting a t-shirt.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

T-Shirts

500

Food

500

Total 1000

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $100.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF FOOD.

 

5:10PM

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship- Collegiate, Black & Christian

Total Number of Members: 70

Contact Person: Carinda Mickens
Contact Phone Number: 330.518.8311
Contact Email: cdmickens5@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Phil Munro
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3381
Advisor’s Email: pcmunro@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We’ve mailed fundraising letters, contributed large sums of money per core leader, and held a spaghetti dinner fundraiser.

We’re planning on having a spades tournament fundraiser and search for more donors/sponsors.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: On behalf of the organization, we’ve cooked food for students of a daycare center in Youngstown (12), and volunteered at the Rescue Mission (3).

We’re planning to volunteer at crash day and collect canned goods for the rescue mission at our spades tournament.

Name of Event: CBC Formal
Date of Event: March 24th, 2013
Location: Stambaugh Stadium
Expected Participation: 60
Total Cost of Event: $500

Description of Event: Each year we have a formal event to appreciate our members. We have a simple ceremony, eat, drink, and dance.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Appreciation is an important thing. By appreciating our members it may allow our organization to flourish and remain active on campus. It is always good to encourage one another and spend some fun time together. This will build sincere community amongst our members and allow their relationships to grow and strengthen.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Dinner for 60

400

Officer

100

Total 500

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $0.00

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship- Collegiate, Black & Christian

Total Number of Members: 70

Contact Person: Carinda Mickens
Contact Phone Number: 330.518.8311
Contact Email: cdmickens5@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Phil Munro
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3381
Advisor’s Email: pcmunro@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We’ve mailed out fundraising letters, contributed great amounts of money ourselves, asked donors/sponsors for support, held a spaghetti dinner and applied through the SGA.

We’re planning on having another spaghetti dinner, a spades tournament, bake sales and apply through SGA.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: On behalf of the organization we’ve cooked food for daycare children (12), donated clothes to the rescue mission (1), and volunteered at the rescue mission (3).

We plan to volunteer at crash day and collect canned goods from the rescue mission.

Name of Event: JUMP
Date of Event: March 9th-17th
Location: Kingston, Jamacia
Expected Participation: 3
Total Cost of Event: 4,500

Description of Event: 3 students form CBC will be traveling to Jamaica this Spring Break to go on a missions trip. Our main goals are to share the love of Christ and to share the Gospel message with college students.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This event will directly benefit the 3 students going, they will be able to serve students that are miles and miles away, they will receive evangelism training to be equipped to share with students, and they’ll experience God in a whole new perspective and culture.

This trip will benefit YSU and the student body by allowing them to hear and learn about what happens in other cultures, how alike and different we are, and how the ”God of America” is the global God of the world. By understanding this, it will cause huge spiritual growth- which is just as important as physical, mental, and emotional wellness.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Plane cost, lodging, and board

1500 (per person)

Total 4500

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $0.00

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship- Collegiate, Black & Christian

Total Number of Members: 70

Contact Person: Carinda Mickens
Contact Phone Number: 330.518.8311
Contact Email: cdmickens5@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Phil Munro
Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-3381
Advisor’s Email: pcmunro@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We’ve mailed out fundraising letters, contributed great amounts of money ourselves, asked donors/sponsors for support, held a spaghetti dinner and applied through the SGA.

We’re planning on having another spaghetti dinner, a spades tournament, bake sales and apply through SGA.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: We’ve volunteered at the Rescue Mission (3), provided dinner for children (12), and donated clothes to the rescue mission (1).

We plan to volunteer for crash day, collect canned good and clothes for the rescue mission.

Name of Event: Chapter Focus Week
Date of Event: May 11th-May 18th
Location: Cedarville Michigan
Expected Participation: 20
Total Cost of Event: 350/per person

Description of Event: Chapter Focus week is required for the core leaders of CBC. It is specifically designed to train students to become equipped leaders or to grow to become a stronger equipped leader. We travel 9 hours away to Cedarville, MI and stay in cabins. Each day, we learn very important and central tools that our organization, members, and the YSU student body needs. In tracks, we learn how to lead small group bible studies, effectively evangelize, apologetics, understand and interpret scripture, and overall we learn the importance of loving people as Christ did.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This event is the reason why we’re able to have core leaders in CBC. With out CBC’s leaders, there would be no CBC. CFW will raise up new leaders to continue the organization. We’ll be able to ”pass the torch” to new leaders and keep the cycle going. The leaders can then reach out to the student body, get them plugged in to a welcoming, witnessing community growing in love for God, God’s word, and God’s people.

Itemized Cost:

Description

Amount Requested

Tuition (350/per person)

7,000

Total 7,000

 

AMOUNT RECOMMENDED: $180.00 TO DEFRAY THE COST OF TUITION.

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