Vice President (Welfare & Activities)


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 Yuanting Jiang
Yuanting Jiang

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The Role of the Vice President (Welfare & Activities)

  1. Manifesto-To deliver promises and pledges made to the student body during the election process.
  2. Leadership- Lead the the Students' Union on matters relating to student welfare.
  3. Representation- Represent student voice to internal committees, the University, NUS and to external organisations and partners.
  4. Welfare-
    1. Represent student interests in welfare matters.
    2. Be responsible for knowing internal and national welfare issues and reaction to them, including the position of NUS.
    3. Alongside Part Time Officers and relevant Union and University Staff coordinate and lead Welfare Campaigns for the year.
  5. Student Experience- Engage with different demographics within the student body to influence decisions made by UNSU.
  6. To Contribute to the Overall Effectiveness of the Union

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About Yuanting

Hi, I am Jiangyuanting (Ivy) and I am really excited to be your Vice-President of Welfare and Activities for the 2020-21 academic year. I am a graduate of 2020. During my college time,  I have been the president of the activity department in the Chinese Student Union in the 17/18 academic year. Aside from University, I took an internship as an Exhibition planner for one year in 2016.


Yuanting's Manifesto Progress

  Manifesto Point Progress

Free club /special society acitivities.

 
2 Accomodation quality comment website.  
3

Jobs assistance and more part-time jobs.

 
4

Online student support.

 
5

Improvement on Student’s safety.

 
6

 Internet Café in Avenue Campus

 
7

Regular health test with NHS

 

 

 

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