There is an increasing demand for students who have developed themselves alongside their studies
Are you looking for a challenging and exciting time? Do you fancy organizing amazing events together with fellow students? Then apply for one of the many Risk Committees!
Being a part of a committee is a valuable addition to your student life. As an Active Member you will support or organise one of the various events of Risk. You will develop social and professional skills during your active membership period that you will not learn in your lecturehall.
Advantages Risk Active Membership
DevelopmentYou will learn to handle stress, providing and receiving feedback, and overall you will develop your organizational skills. Joining a committee at Risk is the best way to develop yourself next to your study.
NetworkAs an Active Member you can participate in all of the Risk Events. From the Active Members Weekend till the alumni socials. You will form a very strong bond with your committee and all other committee members.
TrainingsAs an Active Member the Risk Board helps you to develop yourself. You will receive function specific trainings, but also general training about consultancy, acquision, and more. Always for free!
How to apply
Before you apply for a committee, it is very useful to plan a coffee date with one of the board members first. In this informal setting you will get to know all about the committees and all that goes with. A good way to find out which committee suits you best! You can simply plan this coffee date by filling in this form or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Resume and motivation letter
Send your resume and a motivation letter before the deadline of the recruitment period to email@example.com. If you apply for a specific position, please mention this as well. It is also possible to apply for more than one committee. You can send your resume and motivation letter in Dutch or English.
Once we receive your application, we will invite you for an interview. The interview will take place at the Duisenberg building with two of the board members. It will be in either Dutch or English, according to your preference.
Based on the interviews, resumes and motivation letters, the new active members will be picked. At the date mentioned in your interview, we will contact you to inform you whether you have been selected.
Lotte van de Worp, Internal Relations.