180 Degrees Consulting (180DC) Executive member 


180DC Executive Members includes several different roles that oversee club events, recruitment, projects, finances, marketing and day-to-day management as needed for the club’s interests and focus. 

Hours involved in the activity

12 hours minimum

Every 12 hours of participation in an activity is equal to one intersection point (12 hours = 1 intersection point).
For this activity you can claim a maximum of 3 learning and development outcomes.


Mary Cunningham
Email: mary.cunningham@canterbury.ac.nz

Work readiness skill/Graduate attribute

By actively engaging in this activity, you can claim against the pre-determined intersection points detailed below. You should reflect on your experience and select the WRS/GA intersection point(s) that best represents your learning outcome.

  • C1 - Comunication - 180DC Club Executive Members will be able to present their objectives to various organisations and at UC functions for awareness and potential support.
  • C2 - Initiative & enterprise - 180DC Club Executive Members will be able to come up with creative solutions to promote club activities to UC students and the local community.
  • C3 - Leadership - 180DC Club Executive Members build relationships and motivate students to participate in club events and projects with enthusiasm. Executive members will also build relationships with sponsors, and non-profit organisations.  
  • C4 - Learning - 180DC Club Executive Members will be able to improve club activities based on experience and community feedback. They can plan future projects to meet the needs of students and organisations better after learning more about the different stakeholders.
  • C5 - Planning and organisation - 180DC Club Executive Members are able to work within a budget and with student volunteers to organise a diverse range of projects, activities and events.
  • C6 - Problem solving - 180DC Club Executive Members will learn to work around issues with a diverse student team and within different settings. They can adapt plans quickly to solve any issues that will affect anything organised.
  • C7 - Self-Management - 180DC Club Executive Members can manage their responsibilities with exec roles and planning around study and other commitments. They also learn to be positive representatives when dealing with UC students and community stakeholders.
  • C8 - Teamwork - 180DC Club Executive Members can work within the larger executive committee to create and work towards the outcomes of the club.
  • C9 - Technology - 180DC Club Executive Members use a range of formats to keep up-to-date financial records for club expenses, upcoming projects and events, incoming sponsorship, as well as experience managing a range of social media and communications platforms.
  • D1 - Communication - 180DC Club Executive Members make sure that club communications are respectful to the diverse student community and consider second-language users
  • D2 - Initiative & enterprise - 180DC Club Executive Members come up with creative ways to encourage students to participate in supporting global communities. 
  • D3 - Leadership - 180DC Club Executive Members lead their club made up of a diverse student community. 
  • D4 - Learning - 180DC Club Executive Members learn how their own and others’ worldviews influence decision-making and interpersonal interactions.
  • D5 - Planning & Organising - 180DC Club Executive Members organise club projects and events with respect to diversity.
  • D6 - Problem solving - 180DC Club Executive Members are able to seek expert guidance to resolve issues with the organisation, management and reputation of their club with respect to diversity.
  • D7 - Self-Management - 180DC Club Executive Members ensure the club represents itself respectfully to the diverse student body at UC and manage their commitments to the club well.
  • D8 - Teamwork - 180DC Club Executive Members can work within and meet the needs of diverse student groups to create an effective team environment.
  • D9 - Technology - 180DC Club Executive Members keep records of project plans and membership details that are respectful of student diversity. 
Matrix intersection points for UCE Summer Startup (highlighted in grey)
Co-curricular Record (CCR)

UC Graduate Attributes (GAs)

Bicultural Competence & Confidence Community Engagement Employability Innovation & Enterprise Global Awareness
Work Readiness Skills (WRS) Communication A1 B1 C1 D1
Initiative and enterprise A2 B2 C2 D2
Leadership A3 B3 C3 D3
Learning A4 B4 C4 D4
Planning and organising A5 B5 C5 D5
Problem solving A6 B6 C6 D6
Self-management A7 B7 C7 D7
Teamwork A8 B8 C8 D8
Technology A9 B9 C9 D9

CCR criteria

  • UCSA affiliated
  • Not an academic prerequisite
  • Not for academic credit

Are you interested in participating in this activity? Sign up to CCR and then apply to participate using CareerHub.