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Reps - Which Hours Can I Log?


As an elected representative with ARU Students' Union, you are a volunteer! This means that all the work you do as part of your role can be logged as volunteering hours and skills through the Volunteer Centre. But which hours can you log?
 
Meetings with university staff (SSLC, Faculty Boards, Group chat etc.)

Time spent on Mitigation/Disciplinary Panels as a Representative

Meetings or training conducted by the Students’ Union

All communication with students in which you receive feedback

Writing of and study of preparation notes for meetings

Presentation writing/delivery to students

Development Planning and preparation work for projects

Campaigning Activity

Volunteering Projects
 
Social Events

Travel time to and from events

Events or activities which you are participating in but not coordinating e.g. guest lectures, non-volunteering trips etc.
 

Generally, if you are doing a task for free and for the benefit of others, this is volunteering!

 

Log you hours and skills now

Comments

Liana Peter
9:32am on 11 Dec 19 Hi everybody, On the 5th of December,I attended a meeting regarding students surveys and how to bring improvements in our campus.
Samiat Ajuwon
4:30pm on 25 Nov 19 Negotiations skills 12:20pm-2:00pm
Temitope Babajide
9:45pm on 19 Oct 19 Great
Bia Jesus
4:28pm on 17 Oct 19 Student rep induction, 1 hour and half
Graceford Prempeh-Baidoo
9:46pm on 9 Oct 19 Great
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