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AT A GLANCE... What Does a County Rep Do?

Summary: AT A GLANCE...
What Does a County Rep Do?
County Representatives are volunteer moms and dads who represent their local communities
and act as a liaison between the parents in their area and the university.
-The responsibility of a County Rep is to serve as a resource person in your local area to
provide information and support to other Illini parents. As a County Representative, your
contact information will be listed on the Parent Programs website, so that parents in your
area will know how to reach you. Through your experience as an Illini parent, you can offer
valuable encouragement and insight to other parents.
-Publicizing Moms and Dads Associations events in the local media, e.g., the Illini Parents
101 Workshop in the fall, Dads Weekend, Moms Weekend, etc.
-Attending Illini Parents 101 workshop and any other County Rep training workshops
Attending Moms and/or Dads Weekends and volunteering during the Associations' events.
-Volunteering as a parent representative during Orange & Blue Days in the Fall, Admitted
Student Days in the Spring, or the Summer Registration Program.
-Advance notice of Associations events.


Source: Anastasio, Thomas J. - Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology & Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Collections: Biology and Medicine