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As the second half of the academic year started, we are launching the forming of our two remaining committees: Introduction and Lustrum. We are pleased to see you on this page as you are clearly looking to become a member of one of them!

Both of the committees are now going to take time to get formed and warmed up, as their main tasks start in September 2024 with the new academic year. Introduction will be responsible to secure the yet again most memorable Introduction period for our upcoming first-year students, while Lustrum will take care of the festive Lustrum year and the events that follow.

Both committees require no previous experience, so fill out the form on the right and wait for us to get back to you with your interview invitation! Interviews will take place afterwards.


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SES boasts a total of 14 different committees that are responsible for differing types of events. There's no doubt that there is at least one or two that will spark your interest! Each committee consists of five to six members (with the exception of the FCC and the BSC). 


In order to join a committee, you will have to undergo an interview specifying which committee(s) you want to join, your motivation for applying and what you can specifically bring to a committee. Once you're in, you and your fellow committee members will with the help of your specific board coordinator, be responsible for organising your committee's relevant events for the rest of the academic year. 


Taking part in a SES committee requires dedication, a feeling of responsibility and a lot of team spirit, but most of all, you will have a tremendous amount of fun! Being part of a committee will roughly cost you between two to five hours a week, depending on what committee you're a part of and what position you occupy within the committee. 

As a committee member you will also acquire organisational as well as administrative skills that will help you throughout your entire life, not just within SES. It also looks great on your resume! 

Committee members often become good friends outside of the association, so you may make some great friendships by joining a SES committee. Most importantly, as a committee member, you automatically become an Active Member and thus earn the right to participate in the arguably best SES event of the year, the Active Members Weekend. 

Tip: Hover and click on the images to learn more about the specific committees 

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