The USC Norman Topping Student Aid Fund Governing Board is looking for 5 new student representatives to join its board this year.
This is a great opportunity for professional development for non-profit, planning, public administration, education, policy, law students and others! Both grads and undergrads are encouraged to apply. Student Reps must be full-time students and available for the two-year term.
The Topping Fund is administered by a Governing Board composed of a majority of current students who help select fund recipients and oversee the long-term policies of the Topping Scholarship. Benefits of being a student representative include service to the university and local community, organizational leadership experience, and networking with student leaders, faculty, and staff. Appointed by the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Programs, student representatives serve a two-year term and participate in 6-8 meetings per semester. Students interested in serving on the Governing Board for the 2020-2022 term should apply by September 5th.
The following link leads to the application form, and can be shared widely with any interested students: bit.ly/ntsaf