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Indiana TSA State Officer Application Process

Are you a leader at the chapter level? Consider expanding your leadership by serving as a state officer for Indiana TSA. State Officers represent Indiana TSA to the the public and will help shape Indiana TSA as a new Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO). 

Application Process:

1. Candidates can be nominated by submitting the State Officer Application by Friday, January, 4, 2020. The online application must include all required documents (transcript, signature page, and advisor recommendation letter) attached and uploaded upon submission. 

2. Candidates will be interviewed by the Indiana TSA Board of Directors  on (TBD) in Indianapolis (location open to change).

3. The final selected candidates will be slated into officer positions based on their interviews and applications.

4. The slate of officers will be presented to the student body at the Indiana TSA State Conference Business Meeting for official approval on February 29, 2020.

State Officers serve their term from Indiana State Conference (February 29, 2020) to the following state conference, so only Freshman through Juniors are eligible to apply. 

If students have questions about the application process, contact Mary Rinehart at stateadvisor@indianatsa.org

State Officer Positions and Abbreviated Responsibilities:

  1. The President shall preside over all business meetings of the organization and of the State Executive Council; be a member of the State Advisory Board; appoint, after consultation with the State Advisor, members of all committees not otherwise designated; be a member ex officio of all State Executive Council committees; and assume all duties and responsibilities assigned by the State Advisor.

  2. The Vice President shall assume responsibility in the absence of the President; to serve in any capacity as directed by the president; and assume all duties and responsibilities assigned by the State Advisor.

  3. The Secretary shall record proceedings of all meetings; serve in any capacity as directed by the president; and assume all duties and responsibilities assigned by the State Advisor.

  4. The Treasurer shall keep records and membership reports; serve in any capacity as directed by the president; and assume all duties and responsibilities as assigned by the State Advisor.

  5. The Sergeant-at-Arms assists in the preparation and control of the meeting place, conducts all meetings according to the current edition of Robert’s Rules of Order, serves in any capacity as directed by the president, and assumes all duties and responsibilities assigned by the State Advisor.

  6. The Reporter accumulates and keeps up-to-date information on the history of the organization; to prepare articles for TSA publications, professional magazines, and journals, newspapers, social media platforms, and other media; to contact other association members concerning news items for publications; and to serve in any capacity as directed by the president and state advisor.

More information about State Officers can be found in the Indiana TSA bylaws.