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Category: 
Hall Representatives
Voting closed 2 years ago.
Position information: 
Number of vacancies: 1

The Hall Representative will represent the interests of UCL students living in halls, and will be responsible for bringing any related matters or campaigns that are in the interests of the student community. The Hall President chairs the hall committee whose role is to promote a sense of community with the residence.

Candidates

George Lawrence George

Why are you standing?: 

I’m an international student in the MSc Public Policy Programme at UCL. I enjoy engaging with society’s problems and seeing it as my own to help and make lives better.

At Hawkridge House, I look forward to implement a monthly review mechanism to understand the issues that residents face and garner ideas to improve our resident life at Hawkridge. I’d love to shoulder along individual issues to Hawkridge wardens or take it up to higher levels and organize campaigns (if necessary) to make our voices heard.

I’m widely approachable, friendly, and committed!

I need your support!

Yitian Zhu

Why are you standing?: 

My name is Yitian Zhu. I would like to nominate myself to be a hall representative for Hawkridge. Firstly, I am confident about my interpersonal skill. Being a minister of the Student Union in Zhejiang Normal University, I co-operated well with my fellows. We organized activities like Easter Dance Party, regular volunteering tutorial for homeless students and regular lectures for health caring. Also, I was a group leader of school’s volunteer union at the same time. Besides, despite speaking fluent English, I can understand both Mandarin and Cantonese, which might help me to communicate better with residences. Those previous experiences enable me to gain the ability of cooperating, communicating and being patient. If elected as a Hall Representative, I will not only deal with daily compulsory tasks, but also will make regular negotiations with peers and organize better activities to shape their experience. I will be eager to find out what the students of Hawkridge want to change and ensure the rights of them. Despite being new to UCL, I believe that my passion for student caring and my knowledge of serving and communicating make me an ideal candidate for the role of Hall Representative.