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Associated Students of Centralia College

2017-18 ASCC Student Government

Meet your 2018-19 ASCC officers!

Jaima KortleverAaron FowlerLiliane BalloutLauren MasonSkyheart Yantis

Jaima L. Kortlever

Jaima L. Kortlever

President

Major: Communications
Interests/hobbies: Hiking, spending time with my kids, volunteering, and catching up on my non-academic reading.
Why you came to CC: I originally came to CC to finish my high school diploma in the HS21 program.
What do you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goal? I fully intend to obtain my masterís degree in communications. CC will continue to help me achieve my goals but supplying me with the resources needed to further my academic and career goals.
What are you looking most forward to while being on Student Government? Growing Student Governmentís online and in-person presence around campus. Along with building a more welcoming and inclusive campus community.

jaima.kortlever@centralia.edu
360-623-8113

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Aaron Fowler

Aaron Fowler

Vice President

High School: Pe Ell High School
Major: Electronics/Robotics Automation
Interests/hobbies: Interested in happiness, like to draw
Why you came to CC: To be able to gain an education to aid in better employment possibilities
What do you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goal? I hope to be a family man and gain a good job. A degree from Centralia College could be a great stepping stone.
What are you looking most forward to being on Student Government? The potential for making a positive influence

aaron.fowler@centralia.edu
360-623-8117

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Lily Ballout

Lily Ballout

Senator for Executive Affairs

High School: International Christian School Of Lome
Major: International Relations
Interests/hobbies: Music composition, dance, having fun with friends and many more
Why you came to CC: Its affordability and credibility. I get to experience more, learn more, meet new people, and become better for the future Iím planning for myself so that itíll not only benefit me, but others as well.
What do you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goal? I want to be able to work in many areas in the same field: International Relations. I want to be an example to others that you can accomplish more than one thing in life and if itís being positively put out there and helping develop the world better, then youíre good to go! CC helps me by setting a foundation of my future path. Itís shaping me into what I see myself wanting to be - an independent, strong female who sets out positive examples to many.
What are you looking most forward to being on Student Government? Iím mostly looking for the experience of working with a team and of being independent as well. This not only improves my motives for the future, it is also an opportunity to get out there and engage with potential lifelong friendships.

lily.ballout@centralia.edu
360-623-8115
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Lauren Mason

Lauren Mason

Senator for Engagement

High School: W.F. West
Major: Psychology
Interests/hobbies: Tennis and cheerleading
Why you came to CC: I came to CC to get ahead in my education and expand my learning opportunities beyond the high school setting.
What do you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goal? I want to become a career and college guidance counselor and CC will help me achieve my goal by opening up multiple opportunities for me as I begin my college journey and pursue my dream job.
What are you looking most forward to being on Student Government? I look forward most to learning how to be a stronger leader and getting to be involved in so many things on our campus.

What are you looking most forward to being on Student Government? I am looking forward to helping students become more actively involved in clubs this year and spread the word to increase student participation in all the amazing clubs CC has to offer!

lauren.mason@centralia.edu
360-623-8114

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Skyheart Yantis

Skyheart Yantis

Senator for Student Advocacy

High School: Three Sisters Academy
Major: Business Administration
Interests/hobbies: Astrology, psychology, guitar, archery, bowling, reading, poetry, volunteering, and sports
Why you came to CC: I came to Centralia College because I want to further my education with a business degree and have that be my security for future jobs. Centralia College was also a closer commute.
What do you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goal? When I grow up, I would like to have my own business so I can make a difference in the lives of others and have them change my life, too. Centralia College is going to help me achieve this goal by letting me have the opportunity to grow as an individual and learn things as I go that I can use to anything that crosses my path in the future.
What are you looking most forward to being on Student Government? I am looking forward to learning new things, sharing my ideas to hopefully make a difference with my fellow student governments and students. I also am looking forward to having the opportunity to grow and be a better person than I am today.

skyheart.yantis@centralia.edu
360-623-8116
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About ASCC

Students who enroll and pay Service Activities fees are members of the Associated Students of Centralia College (ASCC). ASCC Student Government promotes educational, social and cultural activities, acts as the official voice of the student body, and facilitates student participation in the college community for the betterment of Centralia College.

Meetings

Student Government meetings are held weekly with agendas and times posted throughout the campus. Their meetings are open to the student body and any interested student may attend. Any student who wishes to have an item placed on the agenda should contact the Student Government Office. Student Government members are required to spend five hours per week in the office and an additional five hours working on student government related issues. The members' office hours are posted on their office door and also in the Student Programs Office. These positions are compensated.

Elections

Through the ASCC Student Government many students have taken an active part in improving "student life" and carried on constructive working relationships with the campus administration. The ASCC Student Government is always looking for interested and concerned students willing to volunteer time and energy for the benefit of Centralia College. Elections for ASCC Student Government members are in the spring of each year. Positions available are: President, Vice President, Senator for Clubs & Organizations, Senator for Public Relations, and Senator for Executive Affairs. The ASCC constitution and bylaws are available in the Student Government office and Student Programs Office.
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ASCC Student Government

TransAlta Commons
Room 144
360-623-8973
activities@centralia.edu

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2018-19 Student Government

Jaima Kortlever
President
jaima.kortlever@centralia.edu
360-623-8113

Aaron Fowler
Vice President
aaron.fowler@centralia.edu
360-623-8117

Lily Ballout
Senator for Executive Affairs
Lily.ballout@centralia.edu
360-623-8115

Lauren Mason
Senator for Engagement
lauren.mason@centralia.edu
360-623-8114

Skyheart Yantis
Senator for Student Advocacy
skyheart.yantis@centralia.edu
360-623-8116

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