Brian Bouskill has more than 30 years of experience as a graphic designer. He has worked in an advertising agency, as an art director for a licensed merchandised firm, and as a digital image editor and graphic designer at a creative agency. Brian has produced work for Apple, Fox Sports, Ritz-Carlton, E! Entertainment, Toyota, Infinity, Lexus, Nissan, Jack-in-the-Box, Farmers Insurance, CBS Records, and other companies. Brian is a Mt. SAC alumnus and graduated with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in graphic design from California State University, Fullerton, in California. Sharing his experience and enthusiasm, Brian has taught graphic design at California State University, Fullerton; California State University, San Bernardino; and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He is the newest faculty member of the Communication and Entertainment Art department at Mt. SAC.
Monico Orozco is an experienced graphic designer that spent many of his early years learning how to build weblogs when the social internet started really taking off in the late 90's and early 00's. After finding a passion for design, he went on to work as freelance graphic designer, as well as landing a job with the Mt. San Antonio College Bookstore as their on-staff designer for 8 years. Now, he works for the Commercial and Entertainment Arts department as a lab technician, providing students with guidance as they work on their graphic design and illustration assignments, as well as providing creative direction to the club, while helping them promote their events and maintain their website.
Grid is the Graphic Design & Illustration’s club at Mt. San Antonio College. We exist to provide
information, resources, and tools for students who are interested in pursuing a career in
the graphic arts industry.
Article I - Name
Article II - Membership
Define the general requirements for membership, which must be open to all students who have
paid the Student Activities fee. Membership in clubs is for Mt. SAC students.
In no instance will membership be based on a selection committee that has the power to vote new members into the club. Members must be enrolled in a class at Mt. SAC and have paid the current Student Activities fee.
Members must regularly attend scheduled meetings and participate in club functions and activities.
There will be a $10 membership fee due no later than the second meeting after joining.
Article III - Voting
All members are allowed to vote.
Official business can be conducted if at least three members are present.
Article IV - Elections
The club officer tiles include: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, ICC Representative, Programming Officer, and Membership Officer. Officers hold their position for one semester and may serve for four semesters total.
Officers are elected by a simple majority.
As per the ICC Constitution, club officers are required to; (a) maintain a 2.0 semester GPA, (b) a cumulative 2.5 GPA, (c) be enrolled in five credit units, and (d) pay the current Student Activities fee.
No student may serve as an officer of any club for more than four (4) total semesters. Students may NOT serve as an officer of more than one club.
Article V - Advisor Responsibilities
Advisors are required to; (a) be at all club sponsored events, activities, and meetings, (b) oversee monetary transactions conducted by the club, and (c) sign all official documents on behalf of the club.
Article VI - Officers
- The President leads the meetings. Meets with faculty advisor on agenda of meetings, delegates to other officers and facilitates group functions, serves as representative of group to local chapter, the school and students, provides programming ideas. Should keep aware of what is going on in community that would be relevant for student designers, and provide them with information.
- The Vice President assists the president, if president is absent performs president duties.
- The Secretary keeps agenda records, documentation of meetings on file, records documentation/summaries of events and activities. These records should be shared with the faculty advisor and the education chair of the local chapter.
- The Treasurer takes money at events, provides treasurer's report at meeting and assists faculty advisor in keeping track of funds. Not required to hold funds.
- The ICC Representative represents the club at the monthly InterClub Council meetings.
An officer can be impeached or removed by a 2/3 majority vote.
Removing or impeachment must be voted by students not advisors
In the event of a vacancy, a special election will be held and determined by a simple majority.
Article VII - Amendments
Amendments to the club constitution must be approved by the InterClub Council prior to being enacted.
In order to amend the club constitution, a special election will be held to vote on suggestions and will be determined by a simple majority.
Additional articles may be necessary to provide for the smooth functioning of your club. The constitution is the operating manual for your club. Consider any possibilities and make sure you have addressed them in this document.
Additional sections here.