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Connecticut Cooperative Education & Internship Association

 

 

By-Laws

Article 1 – Membership

 

  1. The Connecticut Cooperative Education & Internship Association (hereafter called the Association) shall be open to any person who works as a professional employee in a cooperative education or internship function at a member institution. All members are eligible to attend meetings and vote.
  2. Membership is open to individuals from:
    1. Two-year colleges (community colleges)
    2. Four-year colleges and universities
    3. Employers
    4. Other organizations interested in furthering the concepts of cooperative education and internships

 

Article 2 – Annual Dues

 

  1. The annual dues for institutional membership in the Association shall be $100.00.
  2. Dues are due and payable on July 1st.
  3. Institutions shall be listed as active members for the current year upon payment of dues.

 

Article 3 – Association Year

 

  1. The Connecticut Cooperative Education & Internship Association year shall begin on July 1 and continue through June 30.

 

Article 4 – Executive Committee

 

  1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers of the Association and the immediate Past President.
  2. The Executive Committee shall be responsible for the general operation and management of the Association throughout the year.
  3. The Executive Committee shall approve general meeting minutes for posting to the CCEIA website within 5 business days.
  4. A majority of the Executive Committee shall constitute a quorum for any of its meetings.

 

Article 5 – Officers

 

  1. The officers of the Association and their duties are specified as follows (all terms are for one year)
    1. President – preside at all business and Executive Committee meetings, act as chairperson of the Executive Committee, be a member (ex-officio) of all committees, and administer any business of the Association between regular meetings.
    2. Vice President – plan the annual professional development event and perform the duties of the president if the president is absent, disabled or requests. If the office of the president becomes vacant, the vice-president shall complete the term.
    3. Secretary – shall keep all official minutes of the business meetings of the Association and Executive Committee and issues notice of all meetings and perform other duties as assigned by the president.
    4. Treasurer – responsible for all monetary receipts and expenditures, maintenance of financial records, and presentation of financial statement at all Executive Committee and general business meetings. Treasurer will also perform other duties as assigned by the president.
    5. Employer Relations Officers – shall head the Employer Relations Committee
    6. Webmaster – responsible for www.cceia.net maintenance and updates.