2018 St. Jude National Vision Committee

Collegiate Application

 

Join an elite group of students from across the country for the opportunity to help St. Jude, while being provided professional development and leadership experience.

    • Students will be selected by March of 2018 and serve through May of 2019. Committee members may only serve one term.
    • 5 to 7 short-term projects, each taking up to 3 hours to complete, remotely through email response, surveys, telephone interviews, Skype sessions, WebEx, etc.
    • Participation in interviews, completion of surveys, providing feedback via email, etc.
    • 1 visit to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital campus in Memphis, TN during winter break (dates to be confirmed) that will include:
      • travel and lodging expenses covered by ALSAC/St. Jude
      • intensive innovation workshop(s) to ideate and innovate concepts for St. Jude fundraising and awareness efforts
      • guest speakers representing leadership across the ALSAC enterprise on the future of the mission of St. Jude
      • tour of the St. Jude campus and a fun Memphis experience
    • Actively participate in all assignments and discussions.
    • Consistently and actively communicate with ALSAC/St. Jude staff and National Vision Committee peers via the agreed upon methods of communication (i.e. GroupMe, email, Skype, etc.).
    • Remain in good standing with other St. Jude involvement and commitments.
    • Meet all agreed upon deadlines.
    • Openly communicate any challenges with meeting the above expectations with your ALSAC/St. Jude point of contact.

Applications open January 3, 2018. Please complete the application by January 24, 2018 for your chance to be selected as a member of the National Vision Committee.

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With your help, St. Jude has helped push the childhood cancer survival rate from less than 20% when we opened to 80% today. We won’t stop until no child dies from cancer.

St. Jude patient Azalea, age 3, soft tissue cancer

 
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