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For those unfamiliar with the AMS, we represent all students at the UBC Vancouver Campus. The AMS has a mission to advocate for student interests, provide diverse leadership opportunities, and to accommodate the changing world. In addition, the AMS has its priorities determined by its members – so for the next four days have your voice heard! Let me know what YOU think the AMS’ priorities should be.
So what is my experience in student leadership? I hope to address that here:
My experience with student politics provides me with knowledge of the inner workings of the AMS. Through my previous experiences as EUS President, an AMS Councillor, and an AMS Committee Chair, I am sure I will be able to step into the President’s Office confidently on May 1st and continue to efficiently coordinate the affairs of the AMS.
Furthermore, after giving my life to student politics, the EUS, and the AMS for the first three years of my degree, I understand the level of dedication that is required from anyone who is in charge of a student society. I have been the President of the EUS, and know what it takes to work with and motivate a team of 70 volunteers, and how to work for and with a team of Councillors. In addition, I have worked with past AMS Presidents and Staff, and understand the relationships that are formed within the office.
My name is Alan Ehrenholz and I am a fourth year Civil Environmental Engineering Student. If elected as your next AMS President, I will bring leadership to the President’s Office. I will be able to provide the President’s Portfolio with proper direction and support, and ensure that it continues to represent the voices of UBC students.