What does Membership in the ABCS look like? - AMS of UBC

What does Membership in the ABCS look like? - AMS of UBC

SCD193-16 What can a Provincial Student Organization do? Research-based advocacy Coordinated meetings with a broad section of

government and opposition officials Contact point for government and media Who we are and who were not

Easy-in, Easy-out Consensus-building Research-based policy development The Alliance of British Columbia Students (ABCS) Lobby Days: meetings with government and opposition Ongoing advocacy: meetings with politicians throughout the year

First point-of-contact for government and media Solid reputation with government "The ABCS is extremely well organized and effective at getting their message across. We have been impressed by their work and look forward to continually working with them." - Andrew Wilkinson, Minister for Advanced Education

What does Membership in the ABCS look like? One meeting per month Moving to zero membership fee Costs will include a share of operations and any activities of the ABCS (i.e. Lobby Days) Officer positions available at upcoming SGM November 15

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