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26
Feb

Spring Elections: Voting now OPEN

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Today marks the start of Voting Week in this year’s Spring Elections – voting opens at 09:00! If you’re a current University of Southampton student, you’re eligible to cast a vote for the students that you want to lead our Union for the next academic year. It’s simple, all you need is your Student ID to be able to vote and head over to www.susu.org/vote, or find a voting station around campus. Don’t forget, if you show us your voting confirmation there will be freebies available for you during the week on campus!

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21
Feb

Spring Elections campaigning has begun!

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Who do you think should lead the Union during 2018/19?

Campaigning in our Spring Elections has now begun for all candidates. The countdown is on to Elections Night Live (Friday 02 March), so candidates will need to win those all important votes (you may have spotted lots of posters around campus!).

It can be tricky to decide who you think is the best person for each role. On Monday SUSUtv  live streamed seven Meet the Candidates interviews, to grill each candidate running for a Full-Time Officer role on their key points and how they would implement these, should they win … Read the rest

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08
Feb

Spring Elections Candidates Announced!

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We are pleased to announce the candidates who are running in our Spring Elections, for Full-Time or Part-Time Officer roles. Say hello to everyone running for a Full-Time Officer role in our video below…

 

27 students are running for a Full-Time Officer role, and 40 are running for Part-Time roles.

All candidates will begin campaigning for those all-important votes on Monday 19 February, and voting week will be from Monday 26 February until Friday 02 March.

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07
Feb

Spring Elections – the next steps!

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Over the past month, we have been looking for students who will form next year’s Sabbatical Team and our team of Student Leaders and Trustees to lead the Union on a Full-Time or Part-Time basis. The Full-Time Team (Sabbatical Officers) is made up of seven paid positions, with each one focusing on a specific area of student life, whereas the Part-Time roles are voluntary and carried out alongside your studying.

Nominations closed on Monday and our candidates are being briefed today on the next steps – keep an eye on our channels as we will be announcing the full list … Read the rest

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30
Jan

Could you be the next VP Communities, VP Sports or VP DCI?

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In last week’s blog we gave you some more information about the VP Engagement and VP Education roles. Today we’re rounding it off with some information about the roles of VP Communities, VP Sports and VP Democracy and Creative Industries (DCI).


VP Communities

Passionate about inclusivity? Interested in different cultures? 

Working with the Student Communities Coordinator, this role consists of raising awareness of multiculturalism in Southampton and celebrating diversity across campuses. You’ll be working closely with relevant Student Leaders and staff members to deliver the Union’s campaigns and projects at all sites. You will ensure that the voices of our … Read the rest

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08
Jan

Nominations now OPEN in Spring Elections 2018

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Nominations for our Spring Elections are now open!

Looking for an exciting graduate role for 2018/19, or want to boost your employability and get involved with more than your degree whilst studying?

We are recruiting seven Full-Time Officers and many Part-Time Officers to join our team for 2018/19. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills whilst working with a student-led charity organisation to make positive changes to student life. Full-Time Officers will work on exciting initiatives whilst receiving training in leadership, project management and much more. Joining as a Part-Time Officer means you can get involved with … Read the rest

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