Are you a University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student who is looking to be a part of something big? Good Times Programming members get the opportunity to learn the ins and outs
of event programming and concert management. Past members have received the chance to work with bands such as Phillip Phillips, David Cook and the Goo Goo Dolls. Take the first
step and get involved with Good Times Programming!
Three Easy Ways to Get Involved
What is a Good Times Programming Team Member?
- Visit our booth at the Fall & Spring OrgSmorg.
- Stop by the GTP office (located across from Student Life) and talk with a board member.
- Join us on Facebook. Help spread the word and give us feedback!
Good Times Programming team members are University of Wisconsin-Green Bay students who work alongside the Good Times Programming Executive Board to program campus
events like concerts, comedians, guest speakers, and adventure trips. General team members gain valuable experience working behind the scences of each event, and
many move on to become Executive Board members. For more information or to join the Good Times Programming team, email our Exec Board at email@example.com
Good Times Executive Board
The Good Times Programming Executive Board is a group of eight UW-Green Bay students who share a passion for event programming and promotion. From beginning to end,
executive board members make all of the programming decisions for the organization. Each student applies for a specific programming position and works to fill their
important role within the GTP Executive Board. Applications for all eight positions are accepted every year at the end of spring semester.
The Executive Director is an individual who understands the team concept. The Executive Director supports the Coordinators. A working knowledge of programming,
professionalism, confidence, problem solving, and leadership are just some of the qualities needed to fill this position. This individual will oversee the internal
communication of the organization as well as serve as a representative to other organizations. The Executive Director will also be the primary contact resource for
GTP during the summer.
Marketing and Promotions Specialist
The Public Relations Coordinator accepts the responsibility to increase campus awareness of the mission and purpose of GTP; to inform students, student media,
faculty, and staff about the extent of our programming and, to develop interest in our programming successes and achievements in student leadership. The Public
Relations Coordinator also accepts the responsibility to maintain GTP’s social media outlets, the GTP website, and coordinate other campus-wide promotional events.
Lively Arts and Issues Coordinator
Lively Arts and Issues programming involves the presentation of discussions, debates, or performances which embrace arts, diversity, and other well-timed topics
important to campus and society. This coordinator also presents entertainment suitable to a coffeehouse environment.
Weekend and Late Night Coordinator
The Weekend and Late Nights Programmer is responsible for coordinating weekend programming, including working with Student Life on UWGB Nites; planning traditional
GTP programs, like the Grave Dancers Ball and “Baby It’s Cold Outside;” and implementing new programs.
Variety Entertainment Coordinator
Variety Entertainment hosts comedians, magicians, novelty performers, variety programs, contests, and homegrown programming. Variety Entertainment has the unique
ability to program anything that doesn’t fit in another area.
Innovative Sounds Coordinator
The Innovative Sounds Programmer provides a wide variety of musical entertainment. Innovative Sounds finds music ahead of the trend and outside of the norm, while
still following the mainstream trends in music, such as music on the radio and in the limelight at the moment. Innovative Sounds also must open up the world of music
in new and exciting ways. This Programmer arranges for a combination of national acts and local talent to bring a fresh sound to campus.
Outdoor Adventure and Travel Coordinator
The Outdoor Adventure and Travel Programmer is responsible for providing a wide selection of opportunities outside the University. These include but are not limited
to sports events (e.g. Brewers games), recreational activities (e.g. camping and horseback riding), and theater.
Coffee House Coordinator
The Coffeehouse Programmer plans and coordinates the Groovin Grounds coffeehouse series, as well as other programs for that venue.