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Student Partnerships: Have your voice heard

Are you a student that’s involved in leadership or community life at La Trobe?

Do you have on-the-ground suggestions and ideas on how to improve the student experience that could make a difference to future students?

We’ve got the program for you! It’s called Student Partnerships.

What is a Student Partnership?

Student Partnership is the collaborative effort between students, staff and Uni leadership to integrate the perspectives, ideas, and experiences of students throughout all facets of the university. It’s a platform to have your voice and ideas heard.

Who can apply?

The program is open to all current student representatives and leaders or students who would be interested in serving as a student representative or leader in the future.

The Program seeks to include a diverse mix of voices. That means any current student from any discipline or course is encouraged to apply.

What are the details?

To support you to represent your peers and take a lead, participants will take part in the ‘Student Governance and Leadership Training’ program.

The training will run once per semester on each campus and will be open to all students who serve as representatives and/or campus leaders as well as any students who would be interested in these roles in the future.

All students who are accepted and complete the program will receive a letter of recognition. Participation in the training program is via application.

How can you apply?

Fill out your details and answer a few Q and A’s here to take part in our Student Governance and Leadership Training’ program.

Important dates

Below are the planned dates for Semester 1, 2019. Please note all training sessions are between 9:30am- 12:30pm (with snacks and lunch provided).

  • Friday, March 15th, Bundoora
  • Monday, March 18th, Bendigo
  •  Thursday, March 21st, Albury-Wodonga
  • Friday March 22nd, Shepperton
  • Monday March 25th, Mildura
  • Friday April 5th, City Campus

**Applications are due March 1st.

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