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ASCC – Student Government

Meet our 2014-1 ASCC officers!

JR SiperlyZach BrothersonLaurie LeffelEmily Ivie

JR Siperly

JR Siperly, President

Position: President
High School: Adna
Hobbies/Interests: I love to fish! Rain or shine I love to spend every weekend at the river looking to hook a massive fish. My other hobbies are hanging out with friends, wrestling, coaching, and hunting.
Why you came to CC:
I came to Centralia College because it was close to home and was more economical to my parentís budget. I have always heard great things about Centralia College on how it better prepares anyone to go back into the work force or go to a four year university. After I receive my basic AA I will be transferring over to Eastern Washington University to continue following my dream on becoming a Special Educational Teacher where I hope I can motivate anyone to continue following their passion.
What you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goals?
Centralia College is helping me better reach my goal by preparing me for a four year college. I graduated from Adna High School in 2012 where I was very active during my high school years. Some of the sports and activities that I was in was wrestling, football, Boy Scouts, and ASB President. My senior year I received my Eagle Scout Award, one of the highest achievements that any scout could ever receive; I also was a State participant for wrestling.
Email: msiperly@centralia.edu

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Zach Brotherson

Zach Brotherson, Vice President

Position: Vice President
High School: Adna
Major: Medical Science
Interests/hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Archery, Snow Boarding, Hiking, Shooting Pool, & Good Ole American Football!
Why you came to CC: I came to Centralia College to stay close to home, and embrace the family like atmosphere. Iíll gladly take the small town scene over the bright city lights any day of the week. To be a part of the opportunities that Centralia College provides is truly a blessing as well as an outstanding leadership opportunity!
What you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goals?
If I ever decide to grow up, I would like to be a pediatrician with my own practice. I would also like to travel and aid against the common epidemics that spread like wildfire in the eastern part of the world.

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Laurie Leffel

Laurie Leffel, Senator for Executive Affairs

Position: Senator for Executive Affairs
High School: Roseburg
Major: Computer Science
Interests/hobbies: Adventures of all kinds, pilates, traveling and discovering new ways of thinking.
Why you came to CC: Iím here to advance my degree and work towards reaching my career goals. The helpful faculty and comforting environment Centralia College offers, were just a bonus.
What you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goals?
My dream job is a Computer Systems Analyst Manager. I want the job that gives me the opportunity to live everywhere. Centralia College offers plenty of opportunity; with faculty that inspire, tutoring to succeed and a degree to get the job.

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Emily Ivie

Emily Ivie, Senator for Clubs & Organizations

Position: Senator for Clubs & Organizations
High School: Adna
Major: Math/Chemistry Secondary Education
Interests/hobbies: Photography, Archery, Volleyball, Coaching
Why you came to CC: I came to Centralia College because it is close to home and is one of the top community colleges in the state of Washington.
What you want to be when you grow up and how CC is going to help you achieve your goals?
My goal for the future is to become a high school math and chemistry teacher. Centralia College is helping me achieve my goals through the quality education I am receiving.

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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

Student Center Bldg, Rm 126
Office Hours: Posted on office
(360) 736-9391, ext. 357
activities@centralia.edu

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2014-15 ASCC Elections


2014-15 Student Government

JR Siperly, President
msiperly@centralia.edu
Zach Brotherson, Vice President
Laurie Leffel, Senator for Executive Affairs
Emily Ivie, Senator for Clubs & Organizations

Student Government job info

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Service & Activities Fee Budget:

2013-14 Service & Activities Fee Budget