2017-2018 Student Advisory Board Application

About the Student Advisory Board:
The Student Advisory Board (SAB) exists to better IIDA’s Student Affairs Committees’ events. As a member of this board you are expected to participate in the two SAB meetings held throughout the year, once in the fall and once in the spring. In addition to full and active participation in the meetings, you are also expected to participate in all of the Student Affairs Committees’ events: Insight and Pique. Taking part in these events is crucial, as these events are the main topic of discussion at the SAB meetings. The Student Advisory Board is the voice between students and IIDA Northland’s Student Affairs Committee.

 

The application period for 2017- 2018 is closed.

 

Requirements
  • Must be an IIDA Student Member
  • Must be able to attend two meetings with our Student Affairs Committee
  • Participate in IIDA Northland student events (eg. INSIGHT, PIQUE)
  • Promote IIDA Northland events at your school, and encourage other students at your school to become involved with IIDA Northland

Applicants should have a passion for design and be willing to spread the IIDA Northland message throughout their campus. They must be full of enthusiasm and ideas of how they can get their campus more involved with IIDA Northland.

Students: This is your opportunity to be honest and provide constructive feedback on our events.

Benefits
  • Get involved with the interior design community
  • Boost professional resume
  • Be showcased on our Student Advisory Board website
  • Learn how to network and gain access to industry design events
  • One-on-one interaction with the designers on the Student Affairs Committee
  • Be the first to know what IIDA is working on, and what student events are coming up!
  • Give your opinion, make a difference, and help shape IIDA Northland student events

Student Advisory Board 2017-2018 Members:


Taylor Pollesch

University of Wisconsin – Stout

Emma Kosanke

University of Wisconsin – Stout

Mikaila Kopcho

University of Minnesota

Brianna Schumacher

Dunwoody College of Technology

Nicole Schwamberger

University of Minnesota

Madison Galetka

University of Wisconsin – Stout

Samantha Bartz

University of Wisconsin – Stout

Kat Lauer

Dunwoody College of Technology