Ishaan Saini, an international student studying Automotive Service Technician, is running for the position of chairperson in the student union election.

He is passionate about building a strong community for students’ welfare. His leadership qualities and compassion will help improve the services at VCC. He aims to listen to students’ problems and work for their betterment, improving the campus life experience by providing knowledge and support for the numerous services/events at SUVCC. He seeks your support for making the campus life experience fun and memorable. Therefore, he is running for this election to lead and help fellow students, where everyone is welcome to contribute to building a better community.

Additionally, Ishaan is capable of fostering unity on campus regardless of gender, nationality, religion, or belief as he exhibits leadership qualities and skills that make him a valuable addition.

He will be honored to serve as our chairperson in the SUVCC election, so please vote for him now. It is time to move forward and create change. Don’t let this chance slip away.

My name is Marcus Ng, and I am running for the Director of College Affairs for Vancouver Community College Student Union election. This would be a great opportunity for me to meet new people and to form connections with students with the pandemic still going on I would love to give back to the community and I want to see if I can make a positive change for all students. With your vote, I will do my best to make this a good year.

Hello everyone! My name is Dilara Ors, and I am running for the position of Director of Events. I am a student in Business and Project Management. This is my first term in the school, so I feel tremendously energetic, and I am surrounded with tons of ideas about how to connect us more. Let’s enjoy and evolve together. VCC doesn’t have to be only an education center that we take assignments and exams, it can be more.

My objectives are based on two main purposes:

  • Turning VCC into a place where we can learn by sharing and succeed by having fun. I want to make this happen by events, advising opportunities, workshops, and the like.
  • Working with the student union to know each other, share our concerns and goals. Most of us are separated from our comfort zones and came to a new place. We might face difficulties, have worries, and need a piece of advice.

I am planning to make this union feels like home to everyone. Let’s not delay our expectations. With my leadership skill and problem-solving qualities, I can assure you that when I am elected for the position of Director of Events, I will make sure every step needed is taken. I am counting on your vote and support

Hello, my name is Jessica Yeung and I have been involved with SUVCC for the last 3 years. I was the Director of College Affairs from 2018-2020 and Director of Internal Affairs from 2020-2021.  I am running for the Director of Internal Affairs on Vancouver Community College Students’ Union and I can continue the work of advocating for students. This would be a great opportunity for me to meet new people and form new connections with the students. With the pandemic, I would love to help out the community and the students to support each other. With your vote, I will do my best to make sure we can have the best eventful fun year together.

As a representative, I want to bring positive and lively energy to the Student Union to help you in your daily life.

My name is Airan Sahagun and I am presenting myself to be your Downtown Campus Representative!

I am a first year international student in the Business and Project Management program. Allow me to help you make our campus a place where we connect with everyone else, help one another, relieve stress, and evolve.

My platform rests on two pillars:

1)    Student Transparency: I plan on encouraging the students to bring their stay in the college to a new level. This can be achieved through increasing transparency of the Downtown campus members’ interests, needs, and concerns by having students’ voices and concerns heard.

2)    Union Involvement: I also want to promote membership awareness initiatives by informing and encouraging as many students and getting them involved in SUVCC. I will jointly coordinate and implement Student Union and Federation campaigns and promote fun learning experiences and student organization involvement events.

Aside from being very organized, I believe that my strong leadership skills, wealth of professional & business experience and student community involvement make me an excellent candidate to help oversee the services and programs of the Students’ Union & Federation and represent the student population as the Downtown Campus Representative!

Hello! My name is Harmanpreet Singh. I am running for the position of Student representative in SUVCC downtown campus. I want to play an active role in the ongoing improvement of our Union and help the students as much as I can.

I see the position of a student representative as an excellent way to be a part of a team that is involved not only in the current student’s lives, but also the bigger picture of providing a better place for future students. I’m proud to say that I have served as student representative last year as well and If elected again I would make it my goal to get more students involved in what goes on at our coller. I would appreciate your vote for me, Harmanpreet for the Student representative of VCC downtown campus.
Thank you.

My name is Gabriel Sarnoh, I was born in Nigeria and moved to Canada when I was five years old. I would like to go into dental hygiene. I am running to be your women student representative because I want to help people connect with each other and improve our community. I would like to create safe spaces on campus where females can talk to each other and share ideas. Overall I would like to create an environment where we can all help each other learn and grow, even though we all have different goals.

Do you want to make a difference on campus? Make some changes? Be a leader?

We want you.

You can volunteer, run in the elections to become a Board Member (Director), or attend events on campus and help out. We would love to have you on board as an active part of the SUVCC!

Becoming more involved in your Union is easy, you can:

  1. Become a Representative or a Director and run in the election(s)!
  2. Attend events and activities on campus, and participate in the Union’s Board and General Meetings!
  3. Become involved in campaigns and advocate for your cause!
  4. Vote in the elections!

Visit our Contact page to send us a message or stop by our office!

Contact: 

Phoebe Lo Patigdas, CRO 

elections@suvcc.ca