Creating the Extraordinary Student Experience : Office of Student Life

Board Applications


Buck-I-SERV Board Position Description

The Buck-I-SERV Board is composed of 15 - 17 students who dedicate time to aid in the coordination, planning, facilitation, and execution of all Buck-I-SERV trips and trainings. The Board serves as the student voice and leadership for Buck-I-SERV. Board members meet weekly, on Tuesday evenings, throughout the entire academic year for training and planning. The Board position is unpaid.

Members of the Buck-I-SERV Board will be expected to:

  • Establish relationships with housing, nonprofits, and community organizations in order to create trips across the globe
  • Communicate frequently with these housing, nonprofits, and community organizations
  • Market all Buck-I-SERV events, applications and opportunities throughout the year
  • Represent the Buck-I-SERV community and the student body positively and professionally
  • Coordinate the planning of all major program events including Kick-Off and Welcome Back events
  • Create educational training and development opportunities for participants.
  • Explore social justice issues from poverty to environmental issues to mental health
  • Advise trip leaders about their individual trips for them to more effectively lead their group during each Buck-I-SERV experience.
  • Collect and analyze feedback from participants and leaders for program improvements in the future
  • Attend weekly board meetings for the 2023 - 2024 academic year held on Tuesdays from 6:30 – 8:00 PM
  • Attend weekly committee meetings for the 2023 - 2024 academic year: date and time to be determined by each individual committee
  • Attend four trainings in the Spring 2023 semester (TBD)

For questions about the application and Board position, please email