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    • StudentGovernanceand Leadership January 26, 2013
    • What is student government?Why there is student government? How is it relevant?
    • Representation ServicesGrounded on Atenean formation
    • 1HAVE VERYCLEAR GOALSFROM THE START
    • Components• Have information on the students’ needs• Organize action into mainly 3 major impact areas• Organize committees or departments to take charge of that particular impact area• Establish Quantifiable Success Indicators
    • In practice• Before beginning of the term, collect data from the students = survey, never assume• Set a time frame for the creation of the year’s action plan with all steak holders given a chance to participate• Crafting the Action plan is the most critical aside from forming your core team. Treat it as a project in itself.
    • Specific Objectives Program Key Result Area Performance IndicatorsACADEMIC To provide a tutorial Ignite Students appreciate the In creased studentDEVELOPMEN service that value of communal tutorial participation byT facilitates peer to learning, share their 20% peer interaction, Learning core competence and exercise cura 50% of tutors are learning and mutualTo protect and development Program personalins in the context of academics scholarsadvance the At least 60% of co- curricular organizationstudent’s right conduct/college councils regularto quality tutorialsIgnatian To provide auxilliary Students have easy Establish scholarshipeducation academic services A-tenean access to academic info board support services and are and information thatthrough an nurutres a culture of Program academically driven Maintain book market sales levelactive academic excellence One deans list tarpulinparticipation One academic videoin co-curricular One popular quiz bowldevelopment 500 scholars will order shirtand academic To aid the They obtain and develop To support at least 5services that development of Synergy closer ties with their co- curricular curricular organization, organizational activitiesenhance academic activities of co-curricular Program increased studentstudent’s organization in the participation, enhanced visibility of the To assign personnel to coordinate the activitiesacademic context of service organization, and learning involve members inperformance their academic
    • 2 ALL SYSTEMSORGANIZEAND STRUCTURESTO SECURETHE GOALS.
    • Components• Build support structure for frontline and backline• Emphasize on personal Autonomy• Establish regular feedback and monitoring mechanisms
    • In practice• Semi-autonomous committees or departments• Establishments of groups whose only focus is the support of the implementation, not the implementation itself• Having their own BOLTS, own team building, own identity and their own culture
    • 3DO MARGINALREFORMS
    • In practice• Diminishing marginal return problem = open volunteer system• Long process for project approval = reduce red tape and make monitoring public• Boring meetings = food and public reporting• Create friendly competition
    • 4BUILD TRUSTANDCONSTITUENCY
    • In practice• Emphasis on transparency and accountability: – monthly expense report to the public – monthly presidential public report – minutes of the meeting online publication – absent officers are posted online and reason for absence with picture and contact detail.• Establish Facebook forum or Google hangout before meeting with administration• Building Service Center for everyday student needs• Empower block representation
    • 5BUILDPARTNERSHIPS
    • In practice• Identify partners early on and establish system of selecting partners• Engage with other entities sharing the goals• Share resources with students organizations to amplify impact• Create an umbrella program that other organizations can participate
    • THE Philippines is seen to become the 16th largest economy in the world by 2050— larger than even neighboring Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand or even oil-producin Saudi Arabia or the NetherlandsEXCITING TIMES The British-owned global lender HSBC made the forecast in a study projecting th size of 100 economies 40 years hence, expanding the same from the original 30 country review published last year HSBC said the Philippine economy were to expand from the puny $112 billion a present into a leviathan capable of generating output worth $1.69 trillion or 1 times larger