Corporate Relations Committee (CRC)

The Corporate Relations Committee (CRC) strives to create interfaces between science students and their future career. The committee arrange activities under ATLAS throughout the year to facilitate students’ relation with the labour market in the form of lectures, seminars, workshops and alumni gatherings.

The committee is led by the Head of Corporate Relations of the union and consists of five (5) parliament elected members; Communications Coordinator, Event Coordinator, Marketing Coordinator, Sponsorship Coordinator and Internal Coordinator. The committee also consist of student council representatives.

The current Head of Corporate Relations is Theodor Blom.
Contact the Head of Corporate Relations at naringsliv@luna.lu.se or 0723 – 41 06 02.

We are recruiting!

 

Communications Coordinator (1)

Event Coordinator (1)

Sponsorship Coordinator (1)

Marketing Coordinator (1)

Internal Coordinator (1)

Student Council Representatives (*)

Step by step: How to apply

  1. Find an interesting position: Read the post descriptions and find a position suitable for you. No previous experience is required!
  2. Apply:
    1. If you are interested in a Coordinator position, you are to send a motivation for why you should join CRC along with full name and contact information to the Nomination Committee at valb@luna.lu.se.
    2. If you are intersted in a Student Council Representative position, you are to send a motivation along with full name and contact information to your student council. Contact information to the student councils can be found HERE.
  3. Meet the nomination committee: If you’ve applied to a Coordinator position, you are to meet the nomination committee for an interview for them to learn who you are and hear more about your ideas. Depending on the circumstances the Nomination Committee might decide to skip this step.
  4. Get elected:
    1. Nominations for Coordinator positions from the Nomination Committee are sent to Parliament. Here you’ll once again get the chance to motivate your application. It is Parliament who ultimately decides on the election of coordinator positions.
      If you for some reason didn’t get nominated, you can always counter candidate to Parliament. It is Parliament who ultimately decides on the election, regardless of nomination.
    2. Candidatures for Student Council Representative positions brought up for election on the next student council meeting. Here you’ll get the chance to motivate your application. It is the student council meeting who ultimately decides on the election of student council representative positions.

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