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In September, I will be starting my second year of my Level 3 Animal Management course. The course is very fun and I enjoy it a lot.
I want to spend the year making College a more inclusive space for all students, alongside hosting fun and exciting events. I aim to create interactive workshops that can educate the student body on important social issues, and help us be more accepting of ourselves and welcoming to others.
I really wanted to make a difference within the College community. I know that for a lot of students, throughout their school experience, they may have felt different, or as though they didn't fit in. I wanted help students celebrate their differences. Coming to College really helped me gain confidence in myself and I want others to have that same experience here too.
As an Animal Management student, you are required to think quickly and work well in a team. We are constantly communicating with each other to ensure that our animals are kept safe. The cruicial teamwork and communication skills that I have learned are the skills that I believe are going to be most important as the SU President.
I love how there's a big sense of individuality, but also togetherness within the College. It has a very relaxed atmosphere, which creates a great learning environment. Alongside that, Canterbury is such a great place to study and a city of great style.