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The purpose of the Programmers in Training (Pit Crew) Program is to build a strong volunteer base of students who can aid in the planning and implementation of events. Throughout their time as members of the Pit Crew, they should be learning the in’s and out’s of programming to potentially be CAB members in the future.

PIT Crew Perks

  • Guaranteed giveaways at the event you work
  • Double punches on CAB Fare Cards
  • Recognition of the TOP 5 PIT Crew members
  • Special PIT Crew only events
  • Inside knowledge of upcoming programs
  • PIT Crew t-shirt after completion of 3 events

Point System

Pit Crew members will accrue points throughout the semester. The top five crew members will be awarded prizes for their support. Points will be given out as follows:

  • Volunteering the day of the event (includes set up and breakdown): 10 points
  • Volunteering in the planning: 10 points
  • Attending CAB events (not volunteering): 5 points per event
  • Promoting CAB events on their social media sites (must show document proof – limited to 1 post per day per site): 1 point per media site
  • Filling up & turning in CAB Fare: 15 points

How to Join

To join the PIT Crew fill out the form here! You will be contacted when your membership has been approved. For questions or concerns regarding the PIT Crew, contact Josh Curtin

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Tamara Christmas
Program Director
Fall Semester Office Hours: Thursday 2-4pm
Abie Musa
Program Director
Fall Semester Office Hours: Wednesdays 11-1pm
Abie Musa
Alecia Pinckney
Program Director
Fall Semester Office Hours: Tuesdays 3:30-5:30pm
Alecia Pinckney
Joshua Curtin
Director of Campus Life/CAB Advisor
Phone: (229) 931-2377

Mission statement

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) exists in order to initiate and coordinate programming on a University-wide basis that will complement the academic program of studies and enhance the overall educational experience of students through the development of, exposure to, existence of, and participation in social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, and governance programs.

Code of Ethics

The CAB serves as a unifying force that honors each individual and values diversity. The CAB fosters a sense of community that cultivates enduring loyalty to the University.

Description of Services/Operational Overview

The Campus Activities Board exists to provide diverse programming to a diverse body of students. The areas of programming that the Campus Activities Board provides are: recreational, social, cultural, intellectual and education programming. These services are provided to all GSW students at a minimal or no costs.

Engaging, Educating, Exciting…

The Georgia Southwestern State University Campus Activities Board exists to provide many forms of entertainment to the students of GSW outside of academia.   Programming exists for the purpose of social interaction amongst classmates, to educate students where they would not typically have an opportunity to be educated and to free their minds of the normal daily activities of college life.

Relation to Mission

Consistent with the University's mission, commitment and goals, the Campus Activities Board is committed to developing and providing challenging experiences for our students in preparation for successful careers, leadership roles, productive citizenship, and a satisfying quality of life. In addition, the Campus Activities Board provides leadership opportunities for all board members and volunteers, for all participants of CAB’s efforts in provides a social network and an opportunity to explore new interests.

Goals & Objectives

  1. To continually increase the number of students who participate in campus activities board events during the academic school year by 10% of each continuous program.
  2. To provide programming during the Summer Semesters at GSW.
  3. To continually improve the quality and excitability of programming of which CAB provides.
  4. To increase faculty and staff participation in Campus Activities Board events.
  5. To increase our budget by 10% over the next three years to allow more student programming on campus.
  6. To utilize and promote GSW’s new activities website.
  7. To provide at least 2 educational programs per semester for the students at GSW per academic year.
  8. To continually improve our volunteer program and foster its members.
  9. To work with GSW’s faculty and staff in creating co-sponsored events that taylor to 4 schools. (School of Business, School of Arts & Science, School of Nursing & School of Education.)

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