It is that time of year again: the IMS Delegate elections are coming up! All Individual Members with their membership fees paid are invited to submit their candidacy.
Are you eager to strengthen the role of the IMS within LYMEC? Do you want to act on your pan-European instincts? Are you eager to represent the IMS at the LYMEC congresses in Stockholm (May 12-14) and Sofia (October)? Are you just awesome and must be our Delegate? Then apply!
Apply by sending:
- your CV,
- your picture (minimum 300×300 pixels)
- a motivation letter
to the Secretary General at [email protected] by Friday, February 17th. The candidates will be presented on an election page on LYMEC’s website.
- 17/2 application deadline
- between 22/2 and 26/2 there will be an official debate on skype. Date to be confirmed
- 7 days after the debate – start of e-voting
- voting lasts 3 days
Participation (candidature and voting) in the election is the right of all members of the IMS who’ve paid their fees paid on February 10th. If you are not sure about the status of your membership, log in on the website (https://dev4.atelieru.ro/lymec/account/), or contact the Secretary-General.
Please keep in mind that this is a one year commitment and you will have responsibilities. Please double-check your duties in the IMS Internal Rules, you will be quizzed about this during the debate.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Secretary General, Danica, or one of the current delegates, Jorge, Benedikt or Friso.
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