Logistical committees assist in the overall operations and processes of the organization.
The Appointments Committee will make recommendations on nominees from CSM to positions within and outside of the organization. This includes filling Executive Board and committee vacancies, appointing new members to committees, appointing members of CSM to the advisory board, making nominations to non-CSM bodies, and other appointments delegated by the CSM Executive Board.
Marketing and Communications
The Marketing and Communications Committee will carry out promotional activities for the organization. Design for media, posters, posts, and other promotional materials will be spearheaded by the Marketing and Communications committee.
Committee on Commerce (Not Active)
The CSM Committee on Commerce will work to support the CSM Treasurer in their duties. They will delegate CSM funds to committees and causes that may need it. They will also assist in the tracking of CSM finances.
Project oriented committees take on projects that address specific issue(s) in the community.
The Accessibility Committee will work to dismantle ableist structures at Middlebury College. They will spearhead projects that directly impact the accessibility of our campus, whether that be in terms of physical accessibility or neurodivergence.
The Community Engagement Committee strives to ameliorate our campus experience by coalition building and making connections with non-campus partners. Integration between campus and surrounding communities will allow for our campus community to feel safe and encouraged to interact with the surrounding community. Projects surrounding non-college collaboration will be spearheaded by this committee
The Community Resources Committee aims to provide support for the community by way of education, dispersal of information, and projects that work towards similar goals. Providing resources to those who want to do the work of combating bias or those in the community who need it is a central part to this committee.
The Entry Points Committee works to support incoming first-year students by addressing issues that present themselves to many marginalized students at their entry into Middlebury College. This includes issues of demystification of financial aid processes, resource availability on campus, and more.
Campus support committees work directly with the student body to support individual and group needs.
Activism & Mobilization
The Activism and Mobilization Committee will work to support new and existing activist movements on campus by providing institutional support and facilitating channels of communication; Support student mobilization efforts through both material means and large scale logistics and organization; Spearhead organization-based Activism and Mobilization as deemed necessary
Anti-Racism & Anti-Bias
The Anti-Racism and Anti-Bias Committee is tasked with the following: Holding existing anti-racism/anti-bias projects accountable by monitoring progress and tangible change; Providing support to new efforts towards anti-racism and anti-bias; Establishing and seeing out initiatives aimed at anti-racism and anti-bias.
The Campus Climate Committee will serve as the following: A space for students to voice concerns on the campus climate and seek conflict resolution; A student-based conflict mediation body; A body to address broader community issues with the campus community in partnership with the CSM Executive Board