The name of this organization shall be "Computer Technology Club of Baltimore City Community College."
The purpose of this organization shall be to promote a friendly relationship, to foster interest and support of college activities and to expand the horizon and computer knowledge of our members through interaction with others in computer and computer related fields.
Membership & Dues:
Section 1: Membership in this organization shall be open to all Baltimore City Community College students as voting members; and faculty, staff, and alumni as non-voting members.
Section 2: Membership shall be maintained by the payment of dues, which are $10.00 per school year. The Executive Committee may change the amount collected with a majority vote quorum approval from voting members.
Officers & Duties:
Executive Board & Duties:
Section 1: Members of this board shall be the elected officers and the faculty advisors.
Section 2: The President shall appoint committees and their Chairs.
Section 3: The Executive Board shall transact the business of the club, subject to approval by a majority of those present at the next regular organizational meeting.
Fiscal Agent/Faculty Advisor:
Section 1: The Faculty Advisors for the Computer Club will be qualified professionals.
Section 2: The Fiscal Agent for the Computer Club will be the Student Life Director.
The Computer Club shall meet at least once a month, with a minimum of eight meetings per academic year. The President can call special meetings and/or the Vice President provided all members are notified at least three days prior to the meeting.
The Computer Club will hold special interest meetings in the lapse of general body meetings. Special Interest meetings will address specific topics, which may not be of interest to everyone in the general body. Special interest groups will consist of the following:
B. Software Applications
G. Community Service/Summer Camp
D. PC Repair/Maintenance
Two-thirds of the current membership of this organization shall constitute a quorum to transact business.
Any proposals for amendments to the constitution need to be presented by the authors, at the next regular organizational meeting. Copies of the written proposals must be distributed to the members, at which time the members may choose to pose questions or suggest revision on the article to the authors. If revisions are agreed upon then the proposal shall be voted on at the next regularly scheduled meeting, otherwise the proposal will be voted on at the current meeting.
The requirement for the ratification of this constitution and any additional amendments shall require a 75% approval of all members.