Represent ALL - Advisory Board Application
Thank you for considering this opportunity! Please take a moment to read the details below to determine your interest. The form may take 10-20 minutes to complete. This form will remain open until all board positions are filled. Please complete it soon as possible. 

The Research Project: 
In partnership with Cities and People, the Southern California College Attainment Network (SoCal CAN) is launching the Represent All research project in Spring 2023. The purpose of this project is to better understand the composition and demographics of student leaders at public institutions for the 2022-23 school year, the pathways to these positions, the barriers that deter some students from these opportunities, and the promising practices for increasing and elevating leadership among underrepresented students.

A report summarizing the findings will be completed in Summer 2023 and used to engage student government leaders, student affairs professionals, and other segment and institutional leaders. We hope to inform interested stakeholders on what we can do collectively to make student government more representative of California’s diverse student body. Represent ALL FAQ

The Advisory Board Commitment:
Timeline: March to July 2023
Total hours: up to 15 hours 
Number of meetings: 3 - 4 (virtual) 

By completing and submitting this form you are expressing interest in being part of either the student leaders advisory board or the student affairs professionals advisory board which will both provide feedback at (1) the survey development stage and (2) the report development stage of this project. Your first person perspective will be essential to ensure that the data collection and findings are accurate and reflective of today's student leaders. Your suggestions will also be crucial to ensure that the final report itself is of value to student government systems. 

Each student that is selected to form the student leaders advisory board and participates in all relevant activities, will receive a $500 scholarship for their contributions to the project after the last convening.

Who can participate? SPOTS ARE LIMITED!
  • Student Leaders Advisory Board: Current students at any institution of higher education in California, including 2 & 4 year public colleges, who hold a position in student government. 
  • Student Affairs Professionals Advisory Board: Any professional that works at a campus, segment, or state level student government body, association, or board that liaises with students. 
For any questions about the research project and your potential involvement in an advisory board please contact SoCal CAN's Policy Director, Marcos Montes, at

We look forward to collaborating with you!
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