Wednesday, 28 September 2011

AUGI Board of Directors Nominations Now Open


Its Nominations time again at AUGI.com…


Certainly without any hesitation, serving on the AUGI Board, has been one of the most rewarding experiences I've had the pleasure to do…  The last six years (3x 2-year terms) has been amazing… I've learnt lots, met some amazing peoples and thoroughly enjoyed myself and would highly recommend the experience for any individual AUGI Member wishing to become more involved… 


Nominations are NOW open and this could be just the beginning of what could be the start of a fantastic, rewarding experience for any hardworking volunteer…

AUGI members will be given yet another way to be involved with AUGI.  You can do this either by nominating someone for the Board of Directors or throwing your own hat into the ring for the next term.

Being an AUGI Director requires some work, effort and carries responsibility but it offers many rewards as well.  So how do I apply, you ask.  All the details, can be found on the AUGI website, located here

If you are considering running, please keep in mind that the Board of Directors usually meets 3 times a year with one meeting coinciding with Autodesk University. These face to face meetings may take 4 days or more of your time (these may include time away from work and possibly Saturday and Sunday) and there are monthly conference calls in which you are expected to prepare for in advance and actively participate in. The conference calls are currently scheduled for the third Saturday of the month for approximately 2 hours, but have been known to exceed that duration. The times of these meetings may vary based on the board members location.

To run for a position on the AUGI Board of Directors, send your nomination using the prescribed form to board.elections@augi.com.  Download the AUGI Board of Directors' nomination form (PDF)

Nominations need to be submitted to the AUGI Nominations and Elections Committee no later than October 9, 2011 midnight US CST in order to be considered for the ballot.http://www.augi.com/about-augi/organization/board-of-directors/nominations/
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