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SSEES Society Committee
Voting closed 3 months ago.
Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Anna Theodoulides

Name: 
Anna Theodoulides

Do you click ‘interested’ on FB and then forget about the fun events? I’m Anna, a PSEES student passionate about everything political and as an executive officer, I’ll make sure you’ll know about all the happenings. I helped establish the most progressive party in Slovakia, Progresivne Slovensko and am planning to bring my propaganda skills to SSEES so that you never miss an event again!

I’m running in a coalition comprised of both PSEES and HPE students.

We will carry out three major social events for you to mingle with other SSEES students - SSEES exclusive club party, Christmas ball, and Boat party. Furthermore, pub crawls and quizzes are a given! These will take place regularly, to give you a breather anytime you need it!

When you’re ready to get back to work, we’ll make sure your tutorials are top class! We’ll survey the work of PGTAs, and hold a series of essay writing workshops.

Closer relationships between lecturers and students will be established at Departmental dinners.

To make use of the skills you’ve acquired, job-shadowing with alumni as well as a dedicated platform for CEE specific work and internships will be established.

Vote DPPS to make SSEES a blast!

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Portia Kentish

Name: 
Portia Kentish

Applying for HPE, I had no idea what SSEES was, nor what to expect. However throughout my first year, I fell in love with the friendly, vibrant, eclectic family that constitutes it. The SSEES society embraces this community, providing support, opportunities and most importantly, incredible events. I believe that it is so important to continue to build this friendly, close-knit atmosphere, and society engagement is crucial to this. As engagement officer, I would make sure these events have the coverage they deserve, encouraging this community to always enjoy the experiences on offer, through publicising them with campaigns on various platforms.

I would also engage directly with other SSEES committee members, students and staff, as well as the broader society to ascertain feedback, and ensure the society is exceeding everyone’s expectations.

Being Service and Events captain at my high school for my IB years, as well as other leadership roles, I am acutely aware of the demands of this role, and how to fulfil them. While proficiency in publication, social media, and organisation is key, I believe the most important aspect is being receptive to the expectations of members, ensuring full engagement with this amazing society.

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