The NYCHA Senior Officers are the governing body for NYCHA. The President shall be the Chief Executive Officer of the NYCHA and shall have general supervision of the affairs of the association.
The governing body of the National Youth Cutting Horse Association.
WHAT IS A SENIOR YOUTH OFFICER?
WHAT IS A JUNIOR OFFICER?
The NYCHA Junior Officers shall have the responsibility of coordinating with the NYCHA Senior Youth Officers in their held positions, take directions from them, and have all responsibilities determined by the NYCHA Senior Youth Officers. They will have no voting power, or travel expenses, and will not be covered by NYCHA. They must have served as an NYCHA Youth Regional and/or Area Director one year prior to the election.
Each Elected NYCHA Junior Officer shall take office immediately following the NYCHA Convention in July. The NYCHA Junior Youth President, President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer, and Reporter will serve a one-year term.
WHAT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF AN NYCHA OFFICER?
- Improve and promote the sport of cutting and the industry
- Improve and develop the capabilities of youth in the breeding, raising, and showing of cutting horses.
- Develop scholarship opportunities, leadership, community interest, and increase participation of youth interested in cutting horses.
- Provide our youth with the tools to help them become successful today, and in the future.
- Encourage moral character, sportsmanship, and clean living among all its members.
- Allow the youth members to learn about the leadership of the NCHA by working in conjunction with the NCHA Youth Committee, the NCHA Executive Committee, and Regional Directors.
- Acquaint the youth members with the structure and functions of the NCHA.