ELECTIONS

The Elections period for 2020/2021 is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated in this year's elections. Congratulations to all of our amazing Winners and Nominees. If you missed this year's Elections and would like to get involved in future, Elections are held every year in September. More information can be found within our Writ of Election. Details about CSSS Elections protocol can be found within our Elections Protocol document. Email elections@sciencesociety.ca or direct message @scisocelxns on instagram with any questions you may have!

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Get  Involved. 

Be  Vocal. 

Make a  Difference. 

Departmental Representatives make up the largest proportion of the Carleton Science Student Society’s council! They play an extremely important role in guiding SciSoc’s priorities and making sure that science student voices are placed at the centre of everything we do.

 

Our council holds SciSoc accountable to the students that we are here to serve. To be a Departmental Representative, you must be a student within the department you are running to represent. Successful Departmental Representatives are responsible for virtually attending monthly meetings (you may send a proxy to vote in your place if you are unable to make it to a meeting).

 

As a councillor, you will be exposed to opportunities that will develop your leadership and presentation skills. Depending on your position, you may have opportunities to conduct professional interviews and participate in hiring processes. Most exciting of all, you will make friends and meet folks from all of CU Science’s many disciplines!

 Contact.  

If you have any questions, contact Yumna, our elections officer at elections@sciencesociety.ca or send a direct message on Instagram to @scisocelxns! You can also reach out to any of our social media platforms.

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Carleton University

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The Carleton Science Student Society is committed to serving and connecting all students in the Faculty of Science, and aims to provide an equitable and inclusive environment for all.

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