CAS Students! Are you a member of a CAS StudentClub in Crovallis or as an e-campus student? 

Are you ready to take yourleadership experience to the next level for the 2022-2023 academic year?

The College of Agricultural Sciences would like to announce applications for the CASClubLeadershipTeam! This team supports all CAS Clubs, plans college events like the CAS Ag Industry Tour and Ag & Natural Resources Day, and so much more!

What is the CAS Club Leadership Team? 

The CAS Club Leadership Team serves as a lead and promotional body for student clubs and organizations within the College. CLT members are selected through an application and interview process conducted by a committee of peers and the advisor in order to achieve the goals of the College and its constituents; to facilitate professional development, camaraderie, and communication; to promote student activities and events; and to provide resources and opportunities for all CAS students to connect with and fully engage in the CAS community. Such activities create an environment to foster student and group exploration in the world of agricultural sciences and to engage them in a meaningful college experience at Oregon State University.

Apply today to serve as 1 of 5 team members for this coming year of the CAS Club Leadership Team (2022-2023). Be a part of college student leadership. Work with the team advisor to build your skills and learn while leading. Attend workshops, plan learning experiences for clubs, provide resources to strengthen student involvement in clubs! 

Club Leadership Team Application

Important Dates 

  • Thursday, May 5 (Week 6) – Application Deadline 
  • May 9-13 (Week 7) – Applicant Interviews (via zoom) 
  • Tuesday, May 17 (Week 8) – Offers made to selected applicants 
  • Friday, May 20 – New Club Leadership Team announced! 
  • Saturday & Sunday, September 17-18 – Retreat

Former CLT Members Testimonials 

“This is an excellent opportunity to be involved in studentleadershipand improve essential skills in the areas of communication, organization, administration, and teamwork. This is not only an asset to future resumes but provides experience to students involved that will assist them in their careers after higher education.”

“Being involved in CASleadershipbrings together peers,clubs, and the entire College of Agricultural Sciences in a way that builds community. You can gain new skills across the board with the support ofclubmembership and direction from administration. CASclubleadership teamalso provides you the opportunity to network with different industry leaders.”

“Club Leadership Team is an amazing opportunity that OSU offers to allow you to get involved in not only networking skills, but also the opportunity to get to meet a variety ofclubs that bring so much insight and uniqueness you might have not interacted with before.”