Dear NCTTA members, The National Collegiate Table Tennis Association is looking for new officers for the 2006-2007 NCTTA season. NCTTA is a recognized 501 (c)Message 1 of 1 , Jun 2, 2006View SourceDear NCTTA members,
The National Collegiate Table Tennis Association is looking for new
officers for the 2006-2007 NCTTA season. NCTTA
is a recognized 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization
and expanded considerably to include 16 active divisions and more
than 100 schools. Without dedication and hard work of our officers,
NCTTA would not have become as successful as it is today. We hope to
continue our success in the upcoming season with help of new
officers. One does NOT have to be a student to be an officer of
NCTTA, we encourage working professionals and schools alumni to take
part in the governance process.
Working in NCTTA one can generally count on putting in anywhere from
10 to 15 hours per week and sometimes more, work is mostly in the online
variety thru email or
chat rooms, though sometimes teleconferences are needed. One needs to
have access to email _regularly_ and furthermore know how to use
NCTTA's email system as one is expected to use our email for NCTTA
Anyone who is passionate about College
Table Tennis should want to get involved as the NCTTA is a very young
organization where you can look to get involved immediately and
develop a foundation in the arena that you are passionate about.
Currently the positions are all volunteer and there is no pay per
say, as much as the intangible reward one gets from making a
difference in a concept, ideal that is bigger than all of
us...College Table Tennis!
The positions available are:
Public Relations Director
If you are interested in running for a position, please submit your
personal information (questions listed below) to elections@...
by 11:59 PM on Sunday, June 11. All club presidents are eligible to vote
elections and those interested in running and their statements should
be online shortly after Monday, June 12.
2. Interested Position:
5. School Year:
6. If you are not a student, where did you go to school:
7. How long have you played table tennis?
Submit a One page formal statement of intent that will include:
Why do you want to work as an officer of NCTTA?
What have you done so far in terms of organizing any campus or
national activities whether within table tennis or outside of it?
Please also provide a list of references and their contact info (ex.
division director, the director of your dept of recreation, a member
the NCTTA board who has worked with you extensively, etc.).
The election will be held according to the guidelines stated in the
NCTTA constitution and bylaws.
Look at the NCTTA Forum (Public Forum) for copies of what each
position's duties and responsibilities are.
NCTTA Elections Manager