A Students' Union is a democratic organisation that represents your views and opinions to ensure you have the best learning and student experience possible.
It makes sure that every single student has their views and opinions respresented.
Giving you the opportunity to experience something new with events along with clubs and societies.
You can be part of te Students' Union Executive Team to make this happen all you have to do is run in the Students' Union Election!
Take a look at the roles below and see which one best suits you and your skills.
As the President of the Students’ Union you will lead the Executive Committee to represent, support and give voice to the student body of Weston College. You will play a key role in establishing the Executive Committee, Student Constitution and ensuring a year-on-year presence of a Students’ Union. You will develop valuable leadership, management and organisational skills and experience.The role will also provide a range of opportunities to grow your wider skillset, confidence and cross-college profile.
As the Vice President of the Students’ Union you will support the President and play a key role in the development of the Executive Committee. Providing leadership support and enabling the president to achieve the aims and objectives of the Union. You will play a key role in establishing the Executive Committee, Student Constitution and ensuring a year-on-year presence of a Students’ Union. You will develop valuable organisational and communication skills. The role will also provide a range of opportunities to grow your wider skillset, confidence and cross-college profile.
As the Secretary of the Students’ Union you will be the first point of contact for all membership and administrative queries. Ensuring the Unions documentation and policies are up to date, this is vital to ensuring the Union does the best it can for all students. This is an excellent opportunity to develop communication and organisational skills.
As a Campus Officer, you will be the first point of contact for students on your campus. Providing feedback to the Union on specific problems with your campus. Attening Union and Council meetings to ensure your campus is aware of events and Union actions. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your communication, organisational skills and to make sure your campus is respresented fairly and has the same opportunity as all other campuses.
Attend regular meetings with the rest of the Executive Team and Sub Commitees of the Students' Union
Listen and understand the needs of all stduetns of the College and drive change to ensure all students have the best experience possible
The Union stives to give you the best training and development possible, identify skills you want to develop and the union can make this happen for you!
The Students' Union is a key point of contact between students and College leadership, ensuring students voices and opinions are heard and acted on.