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ECouncil Leadership Positions

Executive Board Position


The President, as executive head of the Council, shall preside at the meetings, be in charge of all activities of the council, and enforce the provisions of the Constitution. The President shall have the power to appoint committee chairmen and committees as needed. The President shall organize and facilitate biweekly general body meetings. The President shall positively represent Engineers Council at college administration events. 

Vice President
The Vice-President shall perform the duties of the President in the absence of the President, act as Parliamentarian, administer new representative training, and be responsible for the effective coordination and functioning of the Engineers’ Council’s committees, reporting to the President thereon. The Vice-President’s primary role shall be operating volunteer hours for organizations. 

The Secretary shall have charge of the correspondence of the organization, except that otherwise provided for, keeping a record of the same. The Secretary shall maintain the membership roll, minutes of each meeting, and a list of officers for each engineering organization.

The Treasurer shall draw all orders for payment of money, keep record of all appropriations and disbursements, be custodian of all funds, and collect all fees to the organization. The Treasurer shall perform other duties as pertain to the office and shall not be discharged until his/her accounts have been passed upon to the remaining executive board members.

Expo Coordinators (2 positions available)
The primary duty of the Expo Coordinators shall be to coordinate the Engineering Expo in conjunction with Engineering Career Services. The Expo Coordinators shall also be available to work on service projects for the College of Engineering or Knowlton School of Architecture or other special projects, and to assist the above officers with their duties.

The coordinator application period takes place in Janauary.

Committee Positions

Events Chair

Provide quality programming for Ohio State engineering students. Examples of events the committee should plan and execute include The Student Organization Awards Banquet, ECouncil Activities Fair, and ArchE Week. For ArchE Week, the committee shall use creativity, leadership, and organizational skills to collaborate with E-Council President to plan, oversee, and market the weeklong event. The Events Committee is also head of planning engaging activities for students, hosted by Engineers’ Council. 

Mental Health Chair

The Mental Health Committee is in charge of coordinating mental health events open for the College of Engineering and Knowlton School of Architecture students. The committee is expected to engage with the College’s Mental Health Roundtable Committee. The committee should share useful resources that will benefit the student population regarding their well-being. 

Publicity Chair

Publicity’s objective is to advertise E-Council to the engineering and Ohio State community. The committee shall implement innovative ideas in a variety of ways, including but not limited to designing swag, designing a new banner, developing social media, photographing key events, executing marketing campaigns, and more! This position also works as the Webmaster by designing and updating the website. 

Freshmen Engagement Chair

The committee shall coordinate with the Events Committee to plan events geared towards the incoming freshman population. Their mission is to make freshman comfortable on campus and provide resources for freshman to get involved socially and academically.

Equality and Inclusion Chair

The committee will promote equality and inclusion on campus in the following ways: populating the “Equality and Inclusion” tab on the Engineers’ Council website with educational resources about racial inequality and resources helpful in guiding orgs on ways to foster inclusion, planning Engineers’ Council sponsored events made to educate orgs about racial injustice and facilitate workshops, meet with the Dean of the College of Engineering to discuss ways the College of Engineering can combat inequality, and create platforms in which students can share their experiences anonymously. 

For more information about executive or commitee positions, refer to the ECouncil Constitution or contact an officer.