The Education Undergraduate Society (EUS) is a student-operated organization. It is a non-profit society which provides services to education students at the University of Lethbridge. Members of the EUS are also members of the Alberta Teachers' Association (ATA). The EUS is ATA Student Local No. 4.
Membership is open to all students as follows: EUS & ATA Memberships - dues are $6.00 (Recommended for Education students).
The EUS Executive Council consists of both elected (Table Officers and Directors) and appointed (PSIII, PSII, PSI, ED2500 students) members.
Stephanie Vincent, President
The President is the chief excutive officer of the Society and ensures that all Council policies are carried out in the best interests of the EUS members and in-line with ATA policies. The President is the chair of all Table Officer, Executive Council and General Assembly meetings. She also serves as the official student representative on the Faculty of Education Council, Executive Committee and Curriculum Committee
Daniel Wyton, Vice President Internal
The Vice President Internal is the chief operating officer of all matters relating to the EUS membership. He works closely with the Director, Member Services and the Director, Social Activities to ensure that our members are receiving the most of their EUS experience. Other duties involved with the Vice President Internal portfolio include coordinating fundraising activities, acting as liaison with the Faculty of Education and serving as a public relations officer for the EUS.
Liz Harrison, Vice President External
The Vice President External works alongside the Director, Professional Development and the Director, Tutoring Services. She is the official liaison to the ATA, school boards accepting University of Lethbridge practicum students and other education organizations. The Vice President External advises the Executive Council on professionalism and student members as necessary. Community outreach is important in education and this position will be working to establish connections outside of the University.
Kimberly Evans, Business Manager
The Business Manager is the chief financial officer of the EUS and advises and reports on matters pertaining to the financial status of the Society. Maintaining financial records of both the general and tutoring accounts as well as providing semester budgets is the Business Manager's main focus.
Larissa Wakeman, Secretary
The Secretary is the internal communications officer for the EUS Executive Council. Her role includes being responsible for all correspondence and filing as necessary. The EUS newsletter and other similar publications are headed by the Secretary.
Karla Benavides, Director, Member Services
The Director, Member Services ensures that the EUS membership is coordinated with services offered by the ATA to its members. This includes specialist council information, professional development seminars, distribution of the ATA News and ATA Magazine and organizing the sale of EUS merchandise. The Director works closely with the Vice President Internal.
Kathryn Desrochers , Director, Professional Development
The Director, Professional Development is responsible for organizing, publicizing and chairing regular speaker series for the EUS membership each semester. She is also responsible in forming professional development relationships with the ATA. This position works with the Vice President External.
Jorin Gaudet, Director, Social ActivitiesThe Director, Social Activities is primarily responsible for coordinating the social program of the EUS including the production of an activities calendar. Various social activities include dances, game show events and wine & cheese afternoons. This position works closely with the Vice President Internal.
Sarah Sampson, Director, Tutoring Services
The Director, Tutoring Services is the head of the tutoring program offered by the EUS and matches students in need of a tutor to a tutor in the EUS database. Subjects available for tutoring include all core academics, fine arts, CTS and second languages. The EUS is the only organization on campus that offers such a service and is proud to serve grade school children in Southern Alberta with this program.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to be an EUS Volunteer.