Focus for 2023

My focus this year is to:

  • Improve campus culture and revitalise Curtin student societies
  • Deliver a greater sense of community by ensuring Guild spaces are active and inclusive
  • Contribute to the reform of the University sector and fight for our education
  • Ensure the Guild is a transparent and efficient student led organisation that delivers on our vision, mission and values.

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What does this role do?

Be the channel for feedback and ideas between us students and Curtin’s senior executives.

  • Lead the different areas of the Guild by making sure they have what they need to serve students
  • Listen to what representatives and students are saying and channel this to Curtin’s managers
  • Run campaigns to win what students are asking for - things like bringing back in-person lectures and our second tuition free week
  • Be proactive and advocate for things that will improve the student experience - $20K clubs grant

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About Dylan

I’m Dylan, your Guild President. I have previously held roles as Secretary, Faculty of Business and Law Representative and Accessibility Officer. I also concurrently hold the role of WA State Branch President for the National Union of Students. I am a double degree Psychology and Commerce (Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations) student. I became involved with the Guild as a mechanism of delivering better outcomes for students at Curtin University and a duty to protect our education from cost increased and quality cuts. 

Outside of the Guild I am a Paediatric Nurse after studying a Diploma of Nursing. I have extensive experience as a volunteer with charitable organisations and have contributed to the governance of a medium size charity in Perth prior to my involvement with the student union. 

The student guild at Curtin University has a proud history of delivering for students. Regardless of whether we protesting against major University cuts or advocating for an individual student facing adversity, the Guild should be there for you. 

I am proud to be leading the Student Guild and look forward to hearing from you. 

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