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STUDENT ROLES


“Leading at the next level will often mean leading through the art of influence amongst peers.  ACSC provides an avenue for YOU to practice those interpersonal skills by planning and participating in a variety of events both in and outside of the academic setting.”  Below, you will learn more about Student Leadership opportunities

ACSC Booster Club 


The ACSC “Red Tail Association” is a student-run private organization aimed at promoting and facilitating networking, community service, and social activities for the morale and welfare of the student body.  Within the Booster Club there are three types of members. There is a Non-Voting Staff Member, Voting Members, and Student Body Members.

 

Booster Club Positions & Membership
Non-Voting Staff: Booster Club Chair, Vice Chairman of Operations, Vice Chairman of Support, Executive Officer, Treasure and Spouse Liaison officer. These members serve as the booster Club core members and are considered non-voting members
Voting Members The voting members of the Booster Club consist of the five six Squadron Staff positions (Chief of Academics Not included.) These functional positions represent the Student body Members.
Student Body The remaining student population makes up the rest of the Booster Club. 

 


Chairman: Manages Execution of the Club/Facilitates meetings & voting sessions

Vice Chairman: Manages Operations/Ensures Project Officers are empowered

Vice Chairman of Support: Manages administrative documents of the Club

Treasurer: Manages all funds collected by the Club

Executive Officer: Documents all meetings/manages communication plan

Spouse Liaison Officer: Connects student population to the ACSC spouses club


SQUADRON STAFF


Internal to ACSC there are two main efforts, providing resident professional military education and distance learning education.  The Student Squadrons (STUS) support all the students attending ACSC in-residence. There are two squadrons at ACSC, the 21st and the 38th.  Each Squadron is made up of three permanent party personnel: a Sq/CC and two DOs, the remaining squadrons is filled out by resident students.  Chain of Command for ACSC students: Flt/LD, respective DO, and SQ/CC.

 

 

  • The 21st & 38th STUS Team are responsible for the health, morale, welfare of all the students attending ACSC.  Serves as the Commandant’s conduit on student operational issues and provides feedback to the Deans regarding academics, research, technology, and mission support.
  • There are six positions on the Squadron staff for students.  These positions serve two purposes.  First, the Sq staff works directly with the Sq leadership to support the student population in their squadrons and aid the 20 flights.  Each staff position is filled by two students.  
     
Squadron Staff Opportunities
Chief of Academics and Technology --Generate an environment where members of the squadron seek to invest in their academic experience
--Connect members of the SQ with various academic resources available at ACSC, AU, and beyond (electronically)
--Facilitate gathering constructive & valuable feedback on curriculum, lectures, CSS, etc. 
4 positions
Chief of Athletics --Create an environment that promotes a lifestyle of fitness and well-being
--Encourage year-round physical fitness
--Run the Quarterly Fitness Challenge
4 positions
Chiefs of Special Projects --Identify ways for all members of the squadron to participate in personal and professional development opportunities
--Ensure unity of effort across the squadrons in coordination and execution of various professional activities 
--Bridge members of the squadron to the Montgomery Community 
4 positions
Social Affairs Chief --Promote the "family business'" environment where knowing one another is crucial to success
--Incorporate all demographics and cultures in social activities (i.e. GEO-batch, singles, IOs, and families)
--Facilitate and coordinate squadron camaraderie and morale 
4 positions
Chief of Student Affairs --Promote overall welfare of the student body
--Communicate needs of the student body to the squadron leadership and offers solutions
--Facilitate the collaboration and execution of student-led initiatives across the squadrons 
4 positions
International Officer Representative

 --Promote overall welfare of the International Officers (IOs) in the squadron
--Communicate needs of the IOs to the squadron leadership and offers solutions
--Facilitate the collaboration and execution of student-led initiatives across the squadrons

4 positions