Blackpool Sixth's Student Council is a representative body of students who aim to improve the overall experience of their peers at the college.
The council is made up of students who work together to address issues and concerns raised by their fellow students. They act as a liaison between the student body and the college management, providing a platform for students to voice their opinions and suggestions.
The Student Council is committed to makingBlackpool Sixth a welcoming, inclusive,and supportive environment forall students.
WHY JOIN THE STUDENT COUNCIL?
Leadership skills: Being part of the student council allows you to develop leadership skills. You will be able to organise events, lead discussions, and represent your peers.
Networking: Joining the student council gives you the opportunity to network with other students and college staff. You will be able to build relationships that can be helpful throughout your academic and professional career.
Decision-making: As a member of the student council, you will be involved in making decisions that affect your college and your fellow students. This will give you valuable experience in decision-making and problem-solving.
CV booster: Being part of the student council looks great on a CV. It shows that you have leadership experience, are involved in your community, and are committed to making a difference.
Community service: Student councils often organise community projects. Through these projects, you will be able to give back to your community and make a positive impact.
Fun: Being part of the student council can be a lot of fun! You will be able to work with other students to plan events, parties, and other activities that will make your college experience more enjoyable.
We are always looking for new members to join the Blackpool Sixth Student Council.
Your role will not just benefit the college and local community, but will also be highly beneficial to you. Communication, negotiation and event planning/management are just some of the skills that you will pick up. These are valuable assets for applying to both higher education and competitive jobs.