Jake Coetzee – BUSAC Candidate Profile

                                                        Jake Coetzee

      Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (1 seat available)

Jake Coetzee Third-year Sports Management Hometown: Toronto, Ontario Favourite Movie: Step Brothers

Jake Coetzee
Third-year Sports Management
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
Favourite Movie: Step Brothers

 

Why have you decided to run for this position?

“I truly want to be reelected. I love Brock, the quality of people here drives me to school everyday. I want nothing more than to continue to be associated with that. I’m proud and honoured to be a representative for this school and the people here. ”

What makes you the best candidate for this position?

“I’ve always said one of my favourite things about this school is its culture. Through going here I’ve had the pleasure of meeting people from all over the world with all types of intelligence. Simply the thought of being a representative for all my colleagues truly excites me. ”

How do you plan to represent the students of your faculty?

“I believe I should be reelected for my experience, my ability to work with other people’s opinions and my attention to detail. I was elected by my peers for the hiring committee because they were able to see my open mind and attention to detail that could benefit Brock from a hiring standpoint.”

To the best of your knowledge, what is BUSAC and what does it do?

“I was on BUSAC last year, we’re an electoral body. We oversee things like by-laws, capital funding and policies. We also have a number of committees, for example, I have had the pleasure of sitting on the hiring committee this year. On March 30th I’ll be part of the hiring process for Brock TV because of BUSAC. ”

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