Student Trustee

Candidates

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I've been at Imperial for 6 years now and it's time to start giving back and hopefully contribute some of the experience I have accumulated over my time here. As a trustee, I would help ensure that the Union doesn't deviate from its mission and takes the best interest of its students at heart whilst also balancing the budget. This is not something I will take lightly and you can be sure I will work... read more
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Hey there! I want to serve as your next Student Trustee because I want to achieve the full potential of what Imperial College Union can offer. As your student union, ICU must be held accountable for how we implement our financial and physical resources, and I believe there are many ways we can positively improve your experience at Imperial. Some of my key goals for ICU include: -Running more events that are... read more
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Hi everyone, I'm Michaela and I think I'd like to be your Student Trustee. I'll keep this manifesto entirely honest, because that's what you expect from someone whom you're supposed to trust (a Student Trustee). I think I'm better than most of the other candidates, although at the time of writing I'm not exactly sure who those are. I have some experience in the Union which isn... read more
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After two years on Union Council, I know how difficult it is for students to get involved and make a difference. It's time for a change. Hi, I'm Ansh. I'm a third year physicist running to sit on Trustee Board because we need to ensure that the Union's resources are being allocated to enact the decisions we make, so we can truly become a member-led Union. This year we are heading for a £365... read more
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The inner workings of the Union are something I have become accustom to throughout my year as a Constituent Union President & Sabbatical Officer. I’ve seen the good, the bad, & the ugly, and want to ensure we are making the Union as democratic, transparent, & student-led as possible. With my experience, and having attended Board of Trustees meetings as an observer previously, I will be able to jump... read more