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What will you lead in?
We know that our students have a lot on their plates. Alongside studying, university is also about developing self-knowledge by gaining new experiences, meeting new people and uncovering skills you never knew you had.
One easy way of getting there is via volunteering. At LUU, we have lots of voluntary opportunities to help enhance your skills and boost your CV. Most employers recognise the skills that can be gained through voluntary work experience – from organising an event, to carrying out interviews and surveys or even interacting with customers on a daily basis. Stand out from the crowd and do good things during your time at Leeds.
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Six students elected to represent the student voice as a whole in the Union, University and the City, as well as on regional and national levels.
Contact them about anything you want to talk about.
More than 80 students appointed to represent the views and be the voice of students in your School, promoting student-led change. They play a fundamentally important role in ensuring your School and the University provide the best possible academic experience for students, and a better place to work and study.
Contact them to change things or raise issues you may have in your school.
Find Your Rep
As a School Rep you can make positive, student-led change within your School by gathering feedback and working with Course Reps and staff to represent the views of students at the University and LUU.
Make yourself more employable by developing skills and experience in communication, leadership, representation and events management.
This volunteer role requires about 5 hours per week time commitment, but this can vary from week to week. You’ll need to be organised, motivated, approachable, and passionate about the students in your School.
Discover full details about the role by clicking 'Role Information' below. Apply by clicking 'Download application form'.
If you have any additional questions about the role you can email the Academic Representation team on AcademicSupport@luu.leeds.ac.uk
We currently have a number of vacancies for undergraduate School Reps in the following schools, the full list is below and please get in touch at any time if you're inte. If you're a taught postgraduate student then we have vacancies across all schools.
The deadline for postgraduate Rep applications is Thursday October 26th.
School Rep Vacancies - Undergraduates
Arts, Humanities, and Cultures
- Molecular and Cellular Biology
- Sport and Exercise Science
Lifelong Learning Centre
- Part-time Study
- Full-time Study
- Food Science and Nutrition
Medicine and Health
Role InformationDownload application form
The Activities Executive comprises of 13 elected students who represent members of LUU societies to the University and LUU. Being a member of the Activities Exec is an exciting way to impact the way LUU is run, as well as a great way to meet fun people and hold awesome events.
Each member of the Activities Exec represents a category of LUU societies - from Performance & Music to Welfare, we have you covered. They make key decisions about new society formations, allocate funding, chair Society Assemblies to gather feedback on proposed policies, and represent societies at the Better Union forums.
If this sounds like something you would like to do whilst a student here at Leeds, then why not read a bit more about each individual role below?
Nominations are open now at https://www.luu.org.uk/elections/
Role Information Stand for election
A Halls Exec is a group of students elected from the residence to put on events, activities and create opportunities for their fellow residents to connect socially and create a community within the Halls.
You will work with others in a small team in your Halls, organising film nights, day trips, nights out and collaborative projects with other Halls!
Joining the Hall Exec is a great way to make friends and meet new people during your first year. The events and activities you get to organise help shape the experience of the students!
Unfortunately Hall Exec Recruitment happens in September each year and is only open to Residents of Halls. If you are interested in returning or staying in Halls please consider becoming a sub-warden. Find out more here
Our Community Reps at LUU are a huge part of what we do. They are the voice of students on a range of issues in the community, working with our partners and stakeholders. They make change through our democratic structures and through their own community projects. And they get plenty of opportunities to develop and gain new skills in the process.
What is Liberation?
liberation. /?l?b?'re???n/ a liberating or being liberated. The seeking of equal status or just treatment for or on behalf of any group believed to be discriminated against.
Here at LUU we have roles in the following categories; Black & Minority Ethnic, Disability, LGBTQ+ and Women. To become a Liberation Coordinator you must self identify within the category you are applying for.
Become a Liberation Coordinator
As a Liberation Coordinator you will mobilise other students to highlight and further the needs of marginalised communities on campus. You will make a positive, student-led change by running campaigns, events, putting forward ideas to our Better Union/University/Leeds Forums and lobbying for better services, provisions and equalities on campus. You will feedback on the impact to your liberation grouping of Ideas being presented at the Forums.
You will be part of a cohort of Liberation Coordinators who will meet regularly to identify potential campaigns. You will collaborate closely with the Equality and Diversity Officer and receive support from LUU Staff across the organisation. You will work towards implementing changes that improve the experiences of those represented in your Liberation grouping.
This volunteer role requires about 5 hours per week time commitment, but this can vary from week to week. You’ll need to be organised, motivated, approachable, and passionate about bringing about change for the students in your Liberation group.
Applications for 2017/18 Liberation Coordinators are now closed!
If you have any additional questions about the role you can email Emma Healey, Equality and Diversity Officer, email@example.com or Kay Morrison, Student Led Change Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
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