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  1. Presented by Aja Butler, Director of Student Activities ASBG Year in Review

  2. Mission and Vision Statement MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the ASBG is to advocate for students and provide student life programs that represent the diversity of the college. VISION STATEMENT The ASBG will be a sustainable student organization that is able to depend on the expertise and leadership of its board members to serve, engage, and lead the student body of Delta College. AREAS OF FOCUS Sustainability, Service, Engagement, and Leadership

  3. The Board • Tareka McClellan, Senator at Large • Kimberly Bozman, Sen. Of College and Community Relations • Teresa Narez-Villa, Sen. Of ID Cards • Cynthia Niera, Sen. Of Legislative Affairs • QuaNisha Smith, Senator of Activities • Razleen Sandhu, Treasurer • Bronche Taylor, Student Trustee • Elizabeth Landa, VP of Student Affairs • Lorena Campos, President

  4. Programs and Services • ID Cards • Food Pantry • L.E.A.D Program (Learn Explore Advocate Discuss) • College Hour • Student Forums • Mustang Nights ASBG Karaoke Talent Show Nov. 2012 Drummm Circle College Hour March 2013

  5. Leadership and Learning [Leadership] is a relational and ethical process of people together attempting to accomplish positive change.” Exploring Leadership for College Students Who Want to Make a Difference (2nd Edition) • Character (integrity, stewardship, accountability) • Knowledge (programming, budgeting, wellness) • Community (diversity, authenticity, shared vision) Winter Retreat 2013 Mt. Hermon Center

  6. Learning Outcomes 2013-2014 Learning Outcomes Students will be able to explain the concepts of participatory governance and the role of students in the process. Students will utilize multiple strategies and resources to effectively advocate on behalf of students at the local, state, and federal level.

  7. Retreats, Conferences, and Trainings Summer 2012 Retreat Strawberry, CA Winter 2013 Retreat Santa Cruz, CA ASACC Conference 2013 Washington, DC

  8. 2012-2013 Budget • ASBG budget adopted by BOT Sept. 11th • Reserves $360,711

  9. 2012-2013 Expenses • 8-College Hours • 4-Student Forums • 2-Mustang Nights • Fall Meet and Greet • Leadership Ceremony • Food Pantry • Summer and Winter Retreats • Visit to State Chancellor’s Office • Fall and Spring GA • ASACC Student Advocacy Conference • General office supplies • Brown Act Guide books • Replacement fees for stolen ID card camera • Signage • Marketing Tabling at Mt. House Fall 2012 February College Hour 2013

  10. Fundraising • Donations • McDonald’s ($250) • Elephant Bar ($60) • Round Table Pizza ($25) • In and Out ($100) • Chuck’s Burgers ($25) • Regal Theaters ($25) • Smart and Final ($200) • Buffalo Wild Wings ($30) • Food Services-Pepsi Donations • Community members ($1500) College Hour March 2013

  11. Giving Back • 45 Turkeys for Thanksgiving • 23 Hams for Christmas • 30 bags of groceries • 200 free meals through Food 4 Thought • Grace and Mercy Foundation partnership • Blood Drives • $1000 Scholarship • Community Service project in Washington, DC • Legislative visits • 16 free events • Volunteer an avg. of 160 hrs (fall/spring) • Volunteer an avg. of 80 hrs (summer) Turkey distribution November 2012 Fall 2012 Resource Fair

  12. End of the Year Activities • Student Survey • ASBG Luau Party (April 18th) • Spring General Assembly (April 26th-28th) • Spring 2013 Elections • Leadership Ceremony (May 10th)

  13. Looking Ahead • Invest in leader development • Re-brand the image of the ASBG • Assess and improve • Refine recruitment strategies • Increase funding

  14. Thank You!