NEW FACES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS’ UNION
A new team of young people has been elected to represent the views of students studying at City of Wolverhampton College.
Naureen Chaudry, aged 19, has been voted in as president of the college’s Students’ Union, and will be responsible for organising social activities and events, as well as ensuring that the views of students are fed back to the organisation’s management team and governing body.
Naureen, who is studying for a Level 2 extended certificate in business , said: “The Students’ Union has an important role to play in ensuring that students’ views are represented, as well as organising social activities and providing assistance to those who may need additional support whilst studying at college.
“I’m very proud to have been elected as president and want to raise the profile of the union around the college and ensure that we provide a wide range of activities and events that will benefit students of all ages and abilities.”
Joining Naureen in running the Students’ Union are vice presidents James White, aged 19, and Sean McKenna, 20, who are both studying for a Level 3 extended diploma in games design