Meet the Skills Co-Creator team

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Four student ambassadors will be working with the Skills Centre this academic year to help develop our skills resources and communicate our skills opportunities to other students. The Skills Co-Creators introduce themselves here.

Asha DeyAsha Dey

Hi everyone! My name is Asha, and I am a second year Psychology student here at the University of Bath. 

I was one of the Skills Co-Creators last year and am continuing the role this year. I enjoyed working with my fellow Co-Creators to come up with creative ideas to communicate with you all and found myself learning so much more about the Skills Centre and what it has to offer in the process (it’s a lot more than you think!).

I particularly like that our student input is being considered and helping to shape what Skills Centre provision looks like to reflect what we really need.

I’m really looking forward to carrying on this year and am open to ideas and questions about the Skills Centre from you all! 

Blake Walker with an orange bearded dragon on their shoulder.Blake Walker

Hi, my name is Blake (they/them) and I am a second year Politics with Economics undergrad. Outside of my degree, I am chair of two diversity and support groups within the SU, and I am also parent to my bearded dragon, Pepper!

I am looking forward to finding out more about the Skill Centre through my new role as a Skills Co-Creator.

I hope to increase my understanding of current barriers that may be preventing students from accessing the Skills Centre and assist with the development of resources that reflect the neurodiversity within our student population.

Erifyli VologianniErifyli Vologianni

Hello everyone! My name is Erifyli and I am a final year International Management student at the University of Bath. Last year I undertook my placement in ISS as a Junior Corporate Governance Analyst, having the opportunity to acquire significant experience within the industry, as well as meet and work with great people!

In my spare time, I like to socialize and spend quality time with my friends and family. I also enjoy sharing my thoughts and experiences with other people as well as listen to theirs. This is one the reason I applied to and joined the Co-Creators team!

I am extremely excited and looking forward to share my thoughts, participate in projects, and in general assist in the improvement of the Skills Centre programme.

Charlotte HallCharlotte Hall

Hi everyone! I’m Charlotte, a master’s student here at Bath studying MSc Marketing. I graduated in August from Swansea University after completing my Undergraduate degree in Business Management (Marketing). I know how scary and stressful aspects of university can be, especially starting in a new country or starting a new course.

I’m incredibly excited to be starting my new role as a Skills Co-Creator this academic year and look forward to sharing my own insights and experiences with you all. As I am currently re-learning French and taking Excel courses myself, I know just how much value there is in continually improving your skills and how satisfying it is when you see improvements.

I’m interested in using my prior business and marketing knowledge to help the Skills Centre help as many students as possible! So, any feedback is always greatly appreciated.

Watch out for future blogs and vlogs by the Skills Co-Creators and feel free to ask them any questions in the comments below.

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