Nominations are open for our Disabled Students' Representative Bye-Elections. Nominations close at 11:59am on Friday 17 January 2020.
Become the voice of disabled students across the university by taking on this voluntary position. It’s important that everybody gets their voice heard and you could be a key representative.
Being a part-time Liberation Officer is a not only a great way to help your fellow students but it is also a great asset to your CV. At DSU, we will provide the successful candidate with the relevant training to become a successful leader in order for them to achieve the best possible outcomes from the role.
With guidance from four full-time Executives and a strong Voice team here at DSU, you will be able to take part in creating campaigns, host events and even lobby the university to improve students lives.
Diversity and Equality Officer Diya Rattanpal says “being a part-time representative is an amazing opportunity.
“Students nominating themselves as the Disabled Students' Representative are able for speak on behalf of many students here at DMU with both visible and invisible disabilities, and would play a key part in helping DSU being as accessible, and supportive as possible.”
Nominations close on Friday 17 January 2020 so nominate yourself today!