Stockholms universitets studentkår
Tekniska högskolans studentkår
Naturvetenskapliga föreningen, Stockholms universitet
Södertörns högskolas studentkår
Master of Ceremonies and Nobel
Master of Ceremonies
Lisa Zöllner Wohlfart
Ceremonial Master Nobel
Gymnastik- och idrottshögskolan
Alternate activity auditor
Mazars SET revisionsbyrå
Union Congress presidency
Union Congress president
The presidency, made up of one chairman and one vice chairman, is elected on a one-year mandate at the spring union congress meeting. The presidency leads the work of the board, represent the board in SSCO’s day-to-day work and is responsible for enacting the decisions of the board. The presidency is remunerated on a full-time basis and can be found at SSCO’s office at Sveavägen.
The board, which in addition to the presidency is made up of seven to nine ordinary members and their alternates, is elected on a one-year basis at the spring union congress meeting. At that meeting, the election is carried out using a list selection (d’hondt). SSCO’s board is responsible for the continuous operations during the year of activity and for preparing the issues to be handled by the Union Congress. The board convenes at minimum of eight times per year.
A complete list of the board’s meetings is published in August
Masters of Ceremonies
The Masters of Ceremonies office, made up of two Masters, is elected by the board on a one-year mandate during spring. They plan and execute student invitations, massed standards events and other operations in connection with Walpurgis and Nobel, as well as plan other events and festivities within SSCO. Further information about the different student parties and pubs in Stockholm can be found at fester.nu (Swedish only). The Masters of Ceremonies are also responsible for issues regarding serving of alcohol. The Masters of Ceremonies are remunerated at 5-45% per person, spread out over the year to reflect the work load which is mainly high before and during the Nobel celebrations
The nomination committee, made up of five to seven members, are elected on a one-year mandate at the spring union congress meeting. The nomination committee prepares the elections ahead of SSCO’s congress meetings and meet by agreement.