Activities Programming Board
The Activities Programming Board (APB) is charged with the creation of a comprehensive events calendar to include cultural, educational, family, and social events for Clark students. With 30+ events each year, including the annual Spring Thing event - you're sure to find something to help you relax, enhance your learning experience, and connect at Clark.
If you need accommodation due to a disability in order to fully participate in these events contact Clark College's Disability Support Services Office at (360) 992-2314 or (360) 991-0901 VP, or visit Penguin Union Building room 013, ASAP
Activities Programming Board (APB) Team
Awareness Events Coordinator - Sophie Nguyen
Hello Clark students! My name is Sophie Nguyen, and I am your APB Awareness Events Coordinator for the Activities Programming Board here at Clark College for the 2018-2019 school year. This is my last year attending Clark, and I will be transferring to a four-year university for my Graphic Design major. When I am not busy in the office, I enjoy drawing, hanging out with friends, travelling, helping people, and trying something new. As the APB Awareness Events Coordinator with the slogan “We Run the Fun,” I hope to bring a variety of interesting information, fun, and food to our beautiful campus. If you have any concerns or ideas, you are more than welcome to stop by my office and talk to me.
Hello, my name is Taegon Lee, and I am the Cultural Event Coordinator for the 2018-2019 year. I am happy to be a student leader and really want students to feel free to come to our events so they can have a great time and create fun memories at Clark College. I like to have conversations with students about any interesting topic, such as animals, classes, school events, or games. I believe I can gain good ideas from these conversations, so please feel free to come to our office to ask questions and share ideas.
Educational Events Coordinator - Timothy Kintz
Hello! My name is Timothy Kintz and I am your Activities Programing Board (APB) Educational
Events Coordinator for the 2018-2019 school year. I am excited for the chance to be
a part of student leadership and look forward to an amazing year! I am currently working
towards my AA, General Transfer Degree and plan to transfer to four year university
in the fall of 2019 to study psychology. As the APB Educational Events Coordinator
my goal is to create events that are fun and provide students with useful information
that is relevant to the day-to-day life of a college student. Some hobbies of mine
include, spending time with family, swimming, discovering new places with my pup,
meeting new people, and going to the gym. It is a privilege and my pleasure to serve
the students, so please feel free to contact me with any suggestions or ideas!
Family Events Coordinator - Maddie Forbes
Hello Clark Students! My name is Maddie Forbes and I am the Activities Programming Board Family Events Coordinator. I am in my third year at Clark College and my major is Early Childhood Education. I am deaf and have cerebral palsy. When I am not working, I love watching movies with my friends and family, going shopping, drawing design fashion, chatting with my friends and reading books. I look forward to having a FUN year with you!
Hello Clark College! My name is Ashley Hymer and I am your APB Social Events Coordinator for the 2018-2019 school year. I am continuing my second year attending Clark to achieve my AA transfer degree with future goals focused on a career in the Healthcare field. As the Social Events Coordinator, I hope to create fun and memorable events for all Clark students. We all deserve to enjoy our wonderful campus, feel free to contact me with any extravagant events you would like to happen at Clark.
Activities Programming Board Minimum Qualifications:
- Enrolled in eight (8) credits or more during spring 2017 at Clark College
- Possess a 2.50 cumulative grade point average at Clark College
- Have completed a minimum of twelve (12) college level credits at Clark College
- You will be paid $11.85 per hour
- You must be able to work 12-15 hours per week during regular business hours (Mon-Thurs 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Fri 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
You will need:
- A typed qualification statement no less than 250 words and no longer than 500 words
- A Job Application Form including 2-3 professional references
- A petition for candidacy with 50 signatures from currently enrolled Clark College students
- A Career Center approved resume
- Proof of attendance at required meetings
- An unofficial copy of your Clark College transcript. The transcript must include all quarters completed prior to the application deadline.
For more information, contact:
Samantha Lelo, Student Life Program Support Supervisor - email@example.com / (360) 992-2806.