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Results:
Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available positions2
Total ballots13
Valid votes13
Invalid votes0

Count

Round Zihan Xuan Clementine Bachelart RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 8.00 5.00 0.00 4.32 4.34
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 4.34. Candidates Zihan Xuan and Clementine Bachelart have reached the threshold and are elected.

Winners are Zihan Xuan and Clementine Bachelart.

Number of vacancies: 2

Candidates

Clementine Bachelart
Hi! I’m Clementine, a first year Philosophy Politics and Economics student. I’m applying for the Volunteering Officer role at UCL STAR and am excited at the idea of helping out in this amazing society!

My aims if elected are:
- To create connections with charities and volunteering opportunities for you
- To guide you on how to best have an impact with respect to your qualities and skills
- To help you adapt to your volunteering role
- To be supportive to you and foster a positive environment

You might then ask why I’m a good fit for achieving all that. Well, I am:
- A long-standing volunteer and have knowledge of the charity sector
- Organised and experienced in contact management thanks to an internship
- Trustworthy as I’ve demonstrated through years of volunteering responsibilities, and especially as an animator
- Enterprising and not afraid to reach out to others to set up new volunteering projects
- Reachable and always there to listen to suggestions or difficulties

Thanks for your trust! :))
Zihan Xuan
Hi everyone! I am Zi Han, running to be your Volunteering Officer for 2021/22.

Since young, I have been passionate about refugee advocacy, and have dedicated a significant share of my time pushing for refugee rights and interests. Currently, I am a regular volunteer with Care4Calais, where I help refugees in France and UK find legal aid and apply for asylum. In the past, I have also interned at organisations such as Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics, where I communicated with the government to resolve work-related issues for migrants and foreign workers. These tenures have taught me the importance of awareness raising, but also of the most effective ways to enact tangible policy change, to make a positive difference to the lived experiences of refugees.

If elected, my priority would be to create new partnership leads and expand the range of volunteering opportunities that our members can get involved in. Furthermore, I will work with the rest of the committee to organise more socials and speaker events, which our society members can attend and bond over.

If any of the above resonated with you, I will be grateful if you could lend me your support.

Thank you!