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Wayne Township Adult Education - Student Ambassador Council

Our Mission
Student Ambassador Council exists to help students’ lives take flight by providing leadership opportunities to promote, mentor, and inspire stakeholders about the power of adult education.

Our Vision
Through our Student Ambassador Council, Wayne Township Adult Education will enact changes through student leadership and collaboration to elevate our programming to the next level.

Outreach 

Student Ambassadors will take an active role in recruiting future students!

Our Ambassadors will advance employer partnerships from 60 up to 100!

Our Ambassadors will help to hold an Employer Partnership Day where Career Training students will demonstrate their skills and employers will be lined up to offer Signing Opportunities!

Marketing 

Create employer-based promotionals for all CT programs, HSE, and ELL

Creating and launching social media campaign Tik Tok, InstaGram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube

Marking sure all students have a badge

Contract a Radio Broadcast day at the school to promote the program

Art Campaign to create a permanent billboard

Leadership

Attend all Hendricks, Morgan, and Marion Legislative events to build relationships with elected officials and impart their knowledge about the powerful impact adult education has in their world

Partners with Indiana Association of Adult and Continuing Education (IAACE) to hold an annual Legislative Event where our Student Ambassador Council joins forces with programs around the state.

Dedicate funds to have a Student Ambassador attend IAACE Conferences

Education

Expand our Student Ambassador language translation services from 5 up to 10

Inspire our ELL and HSE students with personal success stories and shoulder side assistance in orientations.

Increase the number of HSE graduates advancing into post secondary by marketing opportunities and assisting with enrollment

Student Ambassador Council and Leadership Structure

The Council is led by a President, Vice President of Education, Vice President of Marketing, Vice President of Engagement, Treasurer, and Secretary

Council Meeting Schedule

The Student Ambassador Council meets on the first Wednesday of the month from 4:30-6:00 PM in AE 8.

Student Ambassador Former Staff Volunteer Coordinator

The Volunteer Coordinator will work with the President and Coordinator to organize Student Council meetings by setting up monthly meetings via google calendars for Council Members and Staff, attaching the President’s agenda, Vice President committee reports, attaching the Secretary Council minutes and member action reports, and Treasurer reports. The Volunteer will ensure that all committees are actively fulfilling their goals and responsibilities and engaging staff support when needed. The coach will be responsible for designing training programs for the committees to build their capacity. WTAE will recruit two former students who are staff to lead the position - $1,700 delivering the outcomes of the proposed plan.

President - Staffed by the Coordinator

The president of the Student Council serves as the representative at school district and civic events. They are responsible for convening the Advocacy Committee composed of 3 Council members and additional volunteers. This committee will attend all legislative events in Marion, Hendricks, and Morgan Counties. This committee will also meet 1-1 with all elected officials in the tri county area. They are responsible for recruiting, interviewing, seating 12 members, and training members on the functions of the positions, and committees. They develop the Council agenda and preside over the meetings. The president is a student who possesses leadership, organizational and time-management skills. The president should also be personable, flexible and willing to work with a variety of students, teachers, administrators and parents. The president will be responsible for leading student council monthly meetings and ensuring the Council achieves their planned goals.

Secretary - Staffed by WTAE Secretary

The secretary of the student council should be a student who possesses excellent note taking and communication skills. The secretary will be responsible for keeping minutes that includes old business, new business, council, staff, and at large attendance. The secretary will also collect committee minutes from the vice presidents. The secretary will also track student contribution hours.

Treasurer - Staffed by WTAE Treasurer

The treasurer of the student council should be a student who possesses excellent math and accounting skills. The treasurer should also have organizational and time-management skills. The treasurer will be responsible for the financial activities of the council, including keeping accurate records of all money transactions, preparing an annual budget, producing a financial report for the meeting, and report collections for fundraising.

Vice-President of Education - staffed by ELL and HSE Supervisors

The vice-president of education will chair the Education Committee composed of 3 Council members and additional volunteers. This position is responsible for ensuring that a Student Ambassadors representative is present to help with ELL and HSE orientations. The Student Ambassadors are responsible for overviewing the school policies, assisting with translation of content, and sharing their personal success story. The vice president of education should be a student who possesses leadership, organizational, and time-management skills. The vice-president should also be personable, flexible, and willing to work with a variety of students, teachers, administrators and parents. The vice president will lead student council meetings in the absence of the president and will also attend monthly officer meetings.

Vice-President of Impact Marketing - staffed by Lead AM and PM Life Coach

The vice-president of impact marketing will chair the Marketing Committee composed of 3 Council members and additional volunteers. This position is responsible for ensuring students friend our facebook page, twitter, radio scripts, newspaper press releases, and other social media vehicles. This position is also responsible for authoring 40 weekly promotionals about WTAE student success, events upcoming, and partnerships. The vice president of impact marketing should be a student who possesses leadership, organizational, and time-management skills. The vice-president should also be personable, flexible, and willing to work with a variety of students, teachers, administrators and parents. The vice president will lead student council meetings in the absence of the president and will also attend monthly officer meetings.

Vice-President of Outreach - Staffed by Employment Supervisor

Council Members

All members of the Council will participate in a committee, participate in 4 community or school events, and contribute to advancing the mission of the school. The Council Members will be composed of 50% curStudent Ambassador Council Leadership Positions Where Lives Take Flight rent students and 50% graduates. The Student Council Membership will have 4 English Language Learner (ELL) Members, 4 High School Equivalency (HSE) Members, and 4 Career Training (CT) Members. Council Members will attend monthly student council meetings and one committee meeting.


Application

Student Name*
Student Address*
Student Classes Attended*
Gender*
Student Ethnicity*

Skills and Talents*
Leadership Interest*
As a Student Ambassador Council Member, I agree to the following (check all):*
By my signature, I am agreeing to the expectations outlined above. In honor of the school, I will fulfill my commitment and duty to serve. As a StudentAmbassador Council Member, you are held to the highest standards. I understand that if I fail to uphold my responsibilities that I could be placed on probation or removed from the role. If I am unable to complete my term, I will recruit my Council replacement for approval.
(type your name signifying your agreement to the above statement)
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Wayne Township Adult Education strives to assemble a Student Council that is culturally diverse and reflectant of our student body. The Council is actively seeking students with varied skills, talent, and passion to ensure a well balanced fit with our committee structure. The responses to the following questions, will enable our leadership to select a Council that embodies the Wayne Township Adult Education spirit and properly reflects our school’s amazing diversity. In advance, thank you for your commitment and enthusiasm for our school! We look forward to engaging you as a volunteer or Council member in the near future!

1. How has adult education impacted your life?
2. What are your career goals and dreams?
3. What ideas do you have for the Student Ambassador Council?
4. What do you plan to contribute to our Council and our school?
5. Why should you be appointed to this high honor opportunity?


Main Campus Location & Hours

1155 S. High School Rd., Indianapolis, Indiana 46241

The Adult Education office is located at the Ben Davis University campus. Enter through door #2.

Office: 317-988-7975 | Fax 317-858-2385

Hours: Monday-Thursday - 8:30 AM-8:30 PM, Friday - 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

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