About our committees
Study Association Flow has a range of committees that are responsible for the organization of both informal and formal activities. These committees consist of several Flow members and are led by a commissioner, the chair of the committee.
Being an active member of Flow is not only very exciting and fun. It’s also beneficial for your personal development. You learn to collaborate, to organize all kinds of events (ranging from formal workshops to informal parties), you are in contact with companies and you get the opportunity to expand your network. This could be very useful, not only during your study, but also after you graduate. There is also a competitive element to keep the spirits up: the Flowmission.
Visit the committee pages for more information about what the committees entail and who is part of the committee.
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The Career Committee organizes activities like company visits, networking events, and workshops. Furthermore, they help with the acquisition.
The InFlow Committee is responsible for the monthly newsletter all members receive, the blog, and the Flowzine (Flow’s magazine).
The Promotion Committee works on making Flow visible, by organizing activities like Pimp Your Bike and the annual Charity Auction.
The Symposium Committee organizes the annual Symposium, during which speakers are invited to discuss a certain topic.
The Web Committee is responsible for the online content on social media and the events on the website of Flow.
The Alumni Committee organizes activities specifically for alumni, such as a drink to catch up again.
The Informal Activities Committee (IFAC) organizes activities like the monthly drinks in Klein Café Van Horen Zeggen and annual cantuses.
Family Day Committee
The Family Day Committee organizes the Family Day, which takes place every two years. During the day you can bring family to the university.
The Introduction Committee organizes activities for freshmen during the whole year. Furthermore, they organize the annual Introduction Weekend.
The Sports and Games Committee organizes the annual Sports Day and activities like bootcamps and game tournaments.
Study Trip Committee
The Study Trip Committee organizes the annual Study Trip.
Ski Trip Committee
The Ski Trip Committee organizes the annual Ski Trip.
The Weekend Committee organizes the annual City Trip and Association Weekend.
Raad van Advies
The Raad van Advies (RVA) consists of the past Daily Board members of the year prior to the new Daily Board. This advice committee provides the current Daily Board with asked and unasked advice on various matters.
The Kasco exists to check the financial status of the association. They check whether the Treasurer has done the finances properly, and no mistakes have been made. During the General Members Meeting, they give a financial report.
IA Advice Committee
This advice committee exists to help out the Internal Affairs in times of need. When the Internal Affair is for example unable to fix something in the IT, the Internal Affairs can then contact the advice committee to help out.
EA Advice Committee
This advice committee exists to help out the External Affairs in times of need. When the External Affair for example needs advice on new partnership, or has questions on past relations with certain parties, the External Affairs can then contact the committee for more information or advice.