Elgin, Illinois (PRWEB) February 19, 2014
The Elgin campus of Computer Systems Institute (CSI) is holding two recruitment sessions for a new student leadership program called Elgin Elite Advocate (EEA) on Wednesday, February 19, 2014. Scheduled from 12-1:30PM and 1:30-5PM in the Student Services Office, the sessions will introduce the program’s goals, requirements and application process for interested and qualifying students.
The EEA program is designed to foster self-improvement, help build a strong campus community, and equip students with leadership and management skills that will aid them in both their job search and their careers.
Students selected to fill EEA positions will serve as the student body’s official liaison to the campus management team. Responsibilities will include attending monthly meetings, participating in all campus-sponsored events, contributing ideas for monthly programs and workshops, and actively interfacing with other students, faculty and staff to help create a campus environment that meets students’ needs.
For additional information about the Elgin Elite Advocate Program, please visit http://www.csinow.edu or call 1.888.451.5155.
About Computer Systems Institute:
CSI offers postsecondary career programs in information technology, healthcare and business designed to be completed in less than one year, as well as English-as-a-Second-Language programs serving students from around the world. The school has five Chicago-area campuses in the Chicago Loop, Skokie, Gurnee, Elgin and Lombard, plus two Massachusetts locations in Charlestown and Worcester. Collectively, the campuses serve students from more than 70 countries. Founded in 1989, CSI is accredited by the North Central Association, approved by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs to accept the GI bill, and authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. It is also a Microsoft IT Academy and Prometric Testing Center.