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Voting closed 3 months ago.
Number of vacancies: 1

Candidates

Farid Elaouadi

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Farid Elaouadi

Hi, my name is Farid Elaouadi and I'm a second year Comp Sci student. I wont waste my 200 words pampering you with how much i “love UCL” because i know well that this love will not be the driving factor in bringing change to TechSoc. The person leading TechSoc should have a clear vision for the society’s future coupled with the skills, contacts and motivation to execute on their promises. My vision for TechSoc is to make it more productive and career focused. I will personally work hard to renegotiate sponsorship contracts to ensure the companies that we all aspire to work for not only support us financially but also with career advice, mock AC’s and mentorship. The initiative i am most excited about is the HAX team. It's all fun and games to compete with local universities at Hackathons but i feel that with UCL being such a global university, we should be competing on the world stage at Hackathons and CTF’s. Another thing i would like to address is making TechSoc more open to non-technical students. I will be managing a team that teaches students how to code through developing small projects like websites, mobile apps etc.

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Chris Tan

Name: 
Chris Tan

I’m Chris Tan, TechSoc’s Organisations Officer this year and with your confidence, I hope to be your new President. Here’s a taster of my vision for TechSoc 2019/20:

Opportunities: The UCL student body is a world-class talent pool. As President, I’ll make our excellence known to top firms, and through mediums such as recruiter-attended competitive hackathons, personal-project showcases and fast-tracked applications, ensure that you get the world-class work opportunities you deserve.

Support: TechSoc is a diverse group of people who each have their own amazing skills - we should capitalise on this! If elected, I’ll create a TechSoc ‘Experts Programme’, a platform that will connect you with other members specialising in anything you might need help with, from problematic logic coursework to learning VR development.

Dialogue: TechSoc is one UCL’s largest and most well-funded societies. But what’s the point of this resource if it’s spent on events that most of you don’t want? I’ll make a top priority of keeping a clear stream of communication open between you and the committee, so that you’ll always have a say in what we do and plan.

Vote for me if you like my vision. We’ll make awesome things happen next year.

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Rajesh Goyal

Name: 
Rajesh Goyal

I want to spread memes on a wider platform

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