This is a guest blog by Andrew Keenan, a member of staff at Imperial College Union supporting the work of Becky – Deputy President (Welfare) and Doug - Deputy President (Education).
So I’ve decided to slightly copy Paul Beaumont (imitation is the sincerest form of flattery) and give you a review of what I have done so far and how that links back to my manifesto.
One of my manifesto points, which I strongly believe in, is the need to increase study abroad options at Imperial outside of Europe.
Three months into the job – one quarter of the way through, as it were - I thought it would be a good milestone to look at each of my manifesto points and to see to what extent they’ve been...
For years the Union minibuses have contained a Shell fuel card. This was great as it allowed students to buy fuel for the minibus without having to use their own money.
Further to Jason’s post last year about local student discounts, I’ve been contacting local companies to try get more companies on board.
After almost a month of planning, all the requests have been received, tables located and plans drawn up.
When Scott said that this job was varied, he really wasn’t kidding. There is certainly no average day.