VOX is looking for new board members for the academic year of 2022-2023.
VOX Delft brings together socially-minded thinkers. They are always open to new ideas and freely experiment with the challenge of bringing diverse people in Delft together. All nationalities, all kinds of cultural backgrounds, students of all ages coming together to discuss ideas, events, technology, and ideology, no matter how far out.
Who is it for?
Any student can apply, Dutch or international, bachelor or master, engineer, designer, architect, etc. Do you spend a ridiculous amount of time thinking about the world? Are you creative, critical, cynical, or devoted to exploring truth and reality? Maybe a little stubborn but also open to hearing other people’s craziest ideas? Definitely give the VOX board a heads up if you’re interested.
The board meets approximately one every two weeks to set up, prepare and evaluate the goings on of their activities.
This includes playing with the established formats and inventing new ones, spreading the word of VOX’s events, both physically and digitally, seeking out expert voices and source material to anchor a discussion. The board is assisted by Studium Generale.
What does the board do?
Board duties include moderating discussions, to ensure an open and creative talk.
Defining the vision and plan for VOX for the coming year.
Managing finances, keeping a schedule for the year and booking locations.
Buying food and drinks for the discussions.
Working with an international (and local) team, bridging cultures and concepts.
Collaborating with other associations.
Writing or blogging about interesting topics and conversations.
And generally spreading the word about VOX, so that we can “find the others” in Delft.
Expect to be involved about 2 hours a week, excluding the bi-weekly events.
What do you get out of it?
The VOX board may very well be the most laid back and dynamic board in Delft. This is an opportunity to learn leadership and organization skills at your own pace. You get to create and manage a home for all the great minds on campus that aren’t fully satisfied with the college experience of beer, money trouble, and exams. That’s pretty special.