Community Ents & Development
Community, Events and Development Committee
This committee is responsible for discussing and making decisions on matters that affect the development of our student community. Topics can range from Union Events to Clubs & Societies grants – from volunteering best practice to our Student Leadership Program. It meets once per month during semester time and is chaired by the Union’s VP Activities & Development.
Below you will be able to find the full membership of this committee as well as its remit and areas of work as outlined in our constitution.
As you will see below, there are 5 places for students and club presidents to be elected on this committee. For more information or to attend as an observer please contact the Student Activities & Sport Coordinator at email@example.com
i) Vice President Activities and Development who shall also act as Chair.
ii) Union President
iii) Communities Officer
iv) Clubs Development Officer
v) Charities Officer
vi) Sustainability Officer
vii) Air3 Radio Station Manager
viii) AirTV Station Manager
ix) Brig Editor
x) Three students, elected from the Union’s General Meetings
xi) Two club Presidents, elected from the Union’s General Meetings
xii) At least one member of appropriate Union staff in attendance, observing and advising.
Remit & Areas of Work:
i) to coordinate campaigns and Union activity in the local community in and around Stirling and work to enhance the student community on campus;
ii) act as the body to which the all ordinary members can provide feedback and comment on the Union’s commercial areas;
iii) to assist the Union staff and Sabbatical Officers in the planning and reviewing of Union events, including Freshers’ Week;
iv) to be the Committee which works to support and develop the Union’s non-sporting clubs and societies, as well as deciding on club grants;
v) to review all new and amended Club and Society Constitutions ensuring they are in line with all relevant policies of the Students Union;
vi) to plan, promote and continually develop the Student Leadership Programme and all other activities which seek to develop the student body’s skills and abilities;
vii) to plan and coordinate campaigns and, if necessary, formulate policy on the Union’s environmental, ethical and sustainability initiatives;
viii) to coordinate activity and campaigns to promote greater volunteering opportunities and uptake of these opportunities and to promote all other extra-curricular student activities;
ix) to act as the Committee which organises any charity work which the Union undertakes;
x) to promote and develop best practice on any relevant employment issues.