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TIMELINE OF CANDIDACY PROCESS

You may work pro-actively, ahead of the timeline outlined below. Please note that you MAY NOT have any calls without finishing the call and/or paperwork that is required ahead of it, so be mindful and intentional in your scheduling. Please do not hesitate to contact Ellie, Aaron, or a member of the AZA BBG Staff Team should you have any questions.

All deadlines, forms and submissions are due on the due date by 11:59 PM in your respective timezone.


1) Review of Office Responsibilities

Click here to review the officer responsibilities for the AZA Grand Board and BBG International Board.


2) January 2nd - Candidate Declaration Form

To declare for Grand or International Board, you must complete the form of intended candidacy by clicking here. Please know that all information will be kept confidential.

3) January 9th - Self-Evaluation Survey

This step should help you better assess whether this leadership opportunity is a good fit. This process should also help you further develop your vision for the position that you seek. Should this step prove to be a challenging one, please reflect on what that means for you as you move forward. You must have your self-evaluation answers 24 hours prior to all of your calls. Click here to access the survey.


4) January 14th - Gaining Perspective Call

Before one runs for Office, it is important to really understand the role and life of an International Board member. The best way to understand that role is to gain perspective from the International Board member currently holding the office you desire. Please be prepared with any questions you may have. This call must be scheduled and held by the deadline. Click here for more information.


5) January 16th - Forms, Signature

These forms should not be filled out until you have completed your Gaining Perspectives Call.  These forms and contracts are for review by your Area Director of Community Impact, your Council or Regional Director, your chapter advisor and your parent(s)/guardian(s). These approvals as well as a declaration to abide by the Grand and International Board of Code of Conduct are mandatory. If you live outside of North America, be in touch with Joey Eisman to determine who will serve as your Area Director of Community Impact. It is your responsibility to ensure that your Area Director of Community Impact and Council/Regional Director, as well as your parent(s)/guardian(s) complete the necessary forms. All forms are due on January 16th, 2017 @ 11:59 PM in your timezone.


6) January 23rd - Interview Call with the Grand Aleph Godol or International N’siah

On this call, Ellie or Aaron will review your self-evaluation survey with you and push you to think bigger, challenge your understanding of what AZA and BBG international leadership is about, and confirm that you are ready to move forward. This call must be scheduled and held by the deadline. Click here for more information.

7) January 30th - Family Call with AZA BBG Staff Team

This is a time for your parents to ask questions of the AZA BBG Staff Team who work directly with the International Board. They will clarify with you and your parents what the rest of the election process will be, what the role of a Grand/International Board Member looks like on a day-to-day basis, and make sure that BBYO and your family is able to support you in this role. Concerns about any individual candidate’s candidacy will also be discussed. This call must be scheduled and held by the deadline. Click here for more information.


8) February 6th - ELECTION MATERIALS

Vision Statement

Having a clear vision is an integral part of anyone’s role as an international board member. It’s important that you have a firm grasp of the Movement’s needs, what you hope the Movement will look like in the future, and how to move between those two points should you have the chance to lead.

Your vision statement will be posted ahead of Convention for members worldwide to review and submit questions for Elections ahead of time.

For more information and to submit your Vision Statement, click here.

Platform

Your platform will be sent in to confirm that everything is factual and fits the standards set out in this packet. We are not responsible for any spelling errors, grammar mistakes – those are your edits to make!

Your platform will be posted ahead of Convention for members worldwide to review and submit questions for Elections ahead of time.

For more information and to submit your Platform, click here.

Qualifications Video

You’ll need to record a video of your qualifications for the voting body to watch at International Convention. Your qualifications video will be posted ahead of Convention for members worldwide to review and submit questions for Elections ahead of time. Click here for more information.

Priority Paper: For Godol and N’siah Candidates Only

Thinking strategically is critical for the role of a Godol and N’siah. Your attention to our priorities will advance the Movement next year. You’ll be asked to propose next steps for each of our priorities to share with the IC body. Click here for more information.


9) February 16th - 20th - AZA BBG International Convention 2017

All candidates are expected to be on their best behavior throughout the entire convention. No politicking will be allowed. The process at International convention will be further explained later in the declaration process. Please review the Speech Guidelines and the Elections at IC Process. All candidates are held to all of the expectations and guidelines outlined on these pages.


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