Application deadline: September 22, 2017
U in the Driver Seat is a collegiate peer-to-peer program dedicated to reducing drinking and driving fatalities on college campuses. This group seeks to utilize positive peer influence through message development and education outreach on impaired driving and related topics. U in the Driver Seat is committed to fighting the number-one killer of college-age students in America, but it can only succeed with the involvement and commitment of students who are represented by the U in the Driver Seat Collegiate Advisory Board.
Member Duties · Participate in quarterly meetings and respond promptly to periodic e-mail requests for input and feedback · Organize an active U in the Driver Seat program on your campus and within your community and host program-oriented events and activities · Actively visit the U in the Driver Seat website http://u-driver.com · Promote U in the Driver Seat contests and special events · Provide input and feedback on new program materials, safety messages, promotional items and related elements · Provide input and insight on ways to successfully engage college students and sustain interest in the U in the Driver Seat program · Serve as an ambassador/leader for U in the Driver Seat, leading by example. This includes but is not limited to abiding by any university policies and laws regarding alcohol use as well as U in the Driver Seat beliefs by refraining from underage drinking, binge drinking, impaired driving, or enabling of any of these behaviors.
Member Qualifications Must be: Currently enrolled in a two or four year degree seeking program · Current freshman, sophomore or junior classification. Returning CAB members may be of senior classification · Willing to commit to quarterly meetings via conference call, web meeting or in-person, as well as respond promptly to periodic e-mail requests for feedback on U in the Driver Seat-related material or ideas.
Member Term · Members are asked to commit to serving a minimum of two semester term lengths · Members may serve more than two terms, so long as they re-apply and meet qualifications each year. Deadline: September 22, 2017
Member Meeting Requirements · Meet quarterly (estimated meeting time of 2-4 hours per meeting) · Members will have the option to participate in all meetings through a toll-free conference call, the web, or in-person by meeting at one of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) regional offices. TTI offices are located in Austin, College Station, Dallas, El Paso, Houston and San Antonio.
Complete the entire application below for CAB consideration. Application may not be saved.
Items you will need to complete the application include, list of scholarships and awards, past organization and leadership positions held, any training, certifications, or classes that you feel would be helpful, a photo of yourself we can use on the website, and an *optional* written statement of recommendation describing your role, leadership, and experience within an organization.