Nominations are now OPEN for this year's Union By-election! We have loads of exciting voluntary positions up for grabs, all of which can all be undertaken alongside your studies.
-- VICE PRESIDENT (COMMUNITY) --
Represent RGU students to the local area and encourage students to participate in local community activities.
-- VICE PRESIDENT (ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS) --
Work with us to arrange and promote top quality student events throughout the year.
-- VICE PRESIDENT (ENVIRONMENT & ETHICS) --
Help us to promote green issues and campaigns across the RGU campus and accommodation.
-- VICE PRESIDENT (SPORT) --
Work closely with our President (Sport & Physical Activity) to help develop sports clubs at RGU.
-- STUDENTS' UNION TRUSTEE --
A fantastic opportunity to sit on the highest governing body of the Students' Union, ensuring that all decisions are made in the best interests of RGU students. (2 Trustee positions available)
-- POSTGRADUATE GOVERNOR --
Sit on the RGU Board of Governors and represent the views of Postgraduate students to the University.
For full details about the positions available, campaign hints & tips, and manifesto writing info, download a By-election Information Pack from www.rguunion.co.uk/elections or pick up a copy from the Union office on University St.
Completed nomination forms must be returned to the Union office on University St by 2pm on Thursday 5th November.
If you need any more information, email email@example.com to get in touch with the Union Elections team.
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