Holmesglen today announced Chiau Lin Lau, CA, CFA as the inaugural Chair of the Student Representative Council.
Chiau Lin is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Financial Analyst with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne. Chiau Lin has extensive experience in Investment Management and Banking. Her passion for the property industry was the catalyst for her undertaking a Diploma of Building and Construction at Holmesglen. Chiau Lin is multilingual and is fluent in Mandarin.
“I am honored to assume the role as Chair of the Student Representative Council, representing the voice of all learners. I look forward to applying my experience in the service of the Council and students.” Chiau Lin.
Established in September 2020, the Student Representative Council is an independent not-for-profit organisation governed by students, for students. The Council is committed to advocating for student life and experiences.
“Amid a global pandemic, it is imperative that the Council steps up to serve our student body. I look forward to working with all stakeholders in creating a transparent and functioning Council with a framework that allows the Council to address key challenges in the current market. We would like to introduce the Student Representative Council’s Vision, Mission and Values.”
To enhance the Holmesglen Experience and advocate the interest of past, current and prospective students.
1. To gather the collective student voice concerning academic and student life.
2. Accurately and respectfully represent the views and opinions of the student body.
3. Act as a communication channel between the Institute and Holmesglen learners.
4. Continuously improve the student learning experience in partnership with Holmesglen by helping form solutions to identified problems.
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You may head to the Holmesglen Student Association for contact details of other Student Representatives and past Student Council Meeting Minutes.6 likes
An opportunity to take back control...
For all of us, the announcements made by the Victorian government over the last couple of days have filled us with dread, disappointment and despair.
If you're wondering about your employment prospects, why not take some control and consider refining some key skills in communication, stakeholder engagement, networking and more, by applying to become a student representative.
It's a great role to include on your resume and a fabulous experience to reflect on during job interviews.
Applications close 12 August. For more information, see the link below.
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Have a read of the 'Applying to be a Student Rep' article under the topics tab. Included is a really helpful presentation that walks you through the application form and explains exactly what we look for in a strong application.
Remember you can always make an appointment via firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like some guidance.
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Unfortunately we've had to cancel the Student Association Information Session originally scheduled for 2pm Wednesday 29 July 2020. We apologise for any inconvenience.
If you were planning to attend, please feel free to join the session tomorrow - same time!
STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE APPLICATION SUBMISSION DATE EXTENDED!
Great news to those applying to become a student representative. We have extended the application submission date to midnight 12 August 2020.
Please email email@example.com if you would like an appointment to seek support in developing your application.