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April 12, 2018

Dear Colleagues,

The polls are now open for Staff Council elections for the 2018-19 Academic Year. Voting in this election will take place from April 12 at 9:00 am to April 17, 2018 at 9:00 am. 

We have 20 terrific candidates running for Staff Council positions this year. Read their statements on the Staff Council Website.

Please vote once for each of the following positions:

  • Chair Elect
  • Vice Chair for Community Building & Neworking
  • Vice Chair for Communications & Assessment

Please vote up to Nine (9) times for Staff Council-At-Large Positions.
 

Click here to complete the election ballot. 


Please contact Brendan Dolan, Vice Chair of Membership, Governance, and Finance, if you have any questions about the elections process. 
 

Thank you for allowing us to represent you! 

Gratefully,
JCU Staff Council

Vote today for your 2018-19 Staff Council Representatives! Click here to read more about the candidates and to cast your vote!
Upcoming Staff Council Events:  

April 12-17 -- Staff Council Elections
April 16 -- Staff Happy Hour
April 24 -- Staff Council Food Truck 
April 26 -- Listening Session for Supervisory Staff
May 4 -- First Friday Coffee Hour 
May 16 -- Listening Session for Non-Supervisory Staff
May 24 -- All Staff Meeting & Staff Awards Ceremony

For details, see the Staff Council website! 
Staff Awards nominations are now open! Nominate a deserving colleague today!
Find Staff Council events on our web calendar!
We want to hear from you. Sign up for a listening session now! (And watch for a survey coming soon!)

sites.jcu.edu/staffcouncil | staffcouncil@jcu.edu

"Recognition and respect of all members of the John Carroll University community are necessary and appropriate for the University to live up to its mission, vision, and core values. As one of the largest constituencies on the University campus (second only to students), the staff represents a highly diverse group of professionals whose contributions are critical to the quality, integrity, credibility and continued growth of the University. An informed, active, and engaged community, with the ability to participate and share its opinions and interests concerning the conduct of institutional affairs and life in the workplace, is critical to the mission of the University." -- Staff Council Constitution