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THON 2015 Spring Captain Applications Are Live

THON 2015 gets closer every day. On March 24, Megan Renaut was named the new Executive Director. Last week, next year’s THON directors were announced, and now Spring Captain applications are officially live.

Anybody who thinks they have what it takes to lead a committee in the 2014-2015 school year can head to the THINK website and begin filling theirs out.

Applications are due online and in person at 210 HUB on Monday, April 21 at 5 p.m. Don’t forget that THINK recently changed their website, so if you’re going to apply remember to go to think.thon.org instead of think.psu.edu, which will just redirect you to the real site.

The captain applications currently available are as follows:

Communications:

  • Captain Outreach- Faculty
  • Captain Outreach- Students

Donor and Alumni Relations:

  • Alumni Outreach Coordinator
  • Company Sponsor Coordinator

Entertainment:

  • DJ Coordinator
  • Production Coordinator
  • Production Manager
  • Production Projects

Finance:

  • Assistant Treasurer
  • THON Store Treasurer

Merchandise:

  • Head of Sales

Public Relations:

  • Athletic Marketing
  • Graphic Design
  • Media Relations
  • Social Media

Rules and Regulations: Event Safety

  • Head of Pass
  • Head of Security
  • Volunteer Safety Liaison and Administrative Assistant

Rules and Regulations: Volunteer Safety

  • Event Safety Liaison and Administrative Assistant
  • Fundraising Outreach Liaison

Special Events

  • 5K/Development Captain

Supply Logistics

  • Inventory Management
  • Promotions

Technology

  • Administrative Assistant
  • Database Administrator
  • Drupal Developer
  • Mobile Developer
  • Networking Captain
  • PASS Developer
  • PASS Project Manager
  • Special Projects Developer
  • Special Projects Project Manager
  • THINK Developer
  • THINK Project Manager

Keep in mind that these are only Spring Captain applications, and that applications for other captain positions will be available Fall 2014. Good luck to everybody applying!

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