Campaign Reps

The Role of a Campaign Rep

 

Campaign Reps represent different groups of students and/or focus on particular aspects of student life. They lead a yearly priority campaign to promote change to the benefit of the students they represent. As a full and equal member of the Executive Committee each role will also have a key role to play in implementing policy and directing the overall representative and campaigning work of the Students’ Union.

There are a total of 12 roles available:

A student must self-define in line with the description of the role in order to run for the position

Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) Students’ Rep
Cambridge & Chelmsford

This role is responsible for representing the views of, and campaigning on the issues affecting all students who self-define as black or minority ethnic.

Disabled Students’ Rep
Cambridge & Chelmsford

This role is responsible for representing the views of, and campaigning on the issues affecting all students who self-define as disabled.

International Rep
Cambridge & Chelmsford

This role is responsible for representing the views of, and campaigning on the issues affecting all students who are international. 

LGBT+ Students’ Rep
Cambridge & Chelmsford

This role is responsible for representing the views of, and campaigning on issues affecting all students who self-define as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans* as well as any other sexual orientation and/or gender identity.

Trans Students’ Rep
Cambridge & Chelmsford

This role is responsible for representing the views of, and campaigning on the issues affecting all students who self-define as trans.

Women’s Rep
Cambridge & Chelmsford

This role is responsible for representing the views of, and campaigning on the issues affecting all students who self-define as women.

Responsibilities

- Attend training and remain in contact with the Students’ Union
- Lead and undertake a priority campaign
- Attend/send a report to the monthly Executive Committee meeting

Support and benefits

- Dedicated SU staff to provide guidance and support
- A number of further developmental opportunities
- A free hoody

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