Your Student Representatives for 2013 are:
|COMPUTING - Daryl Prussing||TE WHATUKURA - Karen Albert|
|EDUCATION & SOCIAL SCIENCE - Annabel Brown||TOIHOUKURA - Alex McMenamin|
|IDEAS SCHOOL - Bryce Curran||BUSINESS & HUMANITIES - Mary Walker|
|NURSING - Monique Timmins||RURAL & TRADES - Joanna Kohere|
|TE MANGA MAORI - Crystal Edwards|
|TOURISM & HOSPITALITY - Ben Weir|
|INTERNATIONAL - Yarab Dema|
|TRADES & TECHNOLOGY - Michael Clark|
|APPLIED SCIENCE - Dan Andrews|
|HEALTH & SPORT / STUDENT VILLAS - Michael Dawson|
Our new Student Representatives came together for their first meeting on Monday 15th of April in Taradale, with the Tairawhiti Student Reps and EITSA staff joining on video conference. This first meeting was a great opportunity to welcome everyone on board, for the students to meet the EITSA staff and for each student to discuss what their individual goals and objectives are as a Student Rep for 2013 - we look forward to seeing what our Student Representatives bring to the table in the coming months.
The next meeting is scheduled for Monday May 27th. Meetings will be held every six weeks, please contact your Student Rep if there's anything that you'd like to be discussed.
EIT Student Association (EITSA) Representatives
As a Student Representative, you will provide an important link between the student body and EIT and the EIT Students’ Association.
Student Representative Information
- Each School will have 1 representative
- The Student Representative will speak for the students enrolled in their School
- Meetings for representatives are held every 6 weeks with lunch provided by the Students Association
- As Student Representative you will learn about governance and representation, and
- Be a leader for your school of study
- You will share your fellow peers concerns, issues and feedback with the Students Association, and
- Be the contact for your peers in your school of study
Why have Student Reps?
Advocacy and Representation are central to the work of EITSA. Student Reps from each School will play a vital role in providing a voice within the EIT community. On the basis of gaining such experience at representation, Student Reps may in time consider seeking nomination for a paid position on the Students’ Association Board. While participating students will gain experience in business administration, strategic planning and decision-making, the Student’s Association will benefit from a continuous roll-over of experienced Board members.