By Jon Peacock/Staff Writer
Eight applications were collected for eight positions available on the Associated Student Body Cabinet, with some being interviewed Friday, May 22, for the positions.
The positions available include representative of legislative affairs, athletics, arts, volunteer services, sustainability, publicity, academic affairs and student services.
Potential future Cabinet members were interviewed and asked questions about their responsibilities and how they could fulfill them.
Students of different backgrounds interviewed for the appointed positions. Reason for applying varied from having an issue on how things are being done to simply having a passion for the field.
Almost every interviewee was asked what their definition of leadership was by ASB Adviser Maya Cardenas.
A decision on appointed members will be made Friday, May 29, at 8 a.m.
Main action items on the Cabinet agenda include the second rounds of interview as well as a vote to rescind votes that were taken on a previous meeting.
The Barnes and Noble grant consisted of $10,000, half of which to be used for the PCC and half for the LAC.
According to the agenda, Cardenas recommends a committee of student leaders represent each campus and give recommendations on how each campus should spend its allocation.
For more information on ASB, students may contact student activities adviser Derek Oriee at (562)-938-3088 or administrative assistant Pam Garrison at (562)-938-3985.