CCSAI General Elections
CCSAI General Elections
Appointed positions are available with the CCSAI.
We are currently accepting applications for:
Vice President, Ashtonbee
Vice President, Downsview
Vice President, Story Arts Centre
1,635 votes (53.21%)
AJANE ADAMS, ELECTED
Paralegal Court/Tribunal Agent
A Voice for Students, A Voice for Change
Ajané Adams is a Paralegal Student and aspiring Lawyer. He is currently serving as a CCSAI Vice-President at the Ashtonbee campus. He holds a Harvard Business School Certification in Management, a Centennial College Certification in Leadership and Inclusion and currently completing a Certificate of Specialization in Leadership from Harvard Business School.
Ajane is a passionate Community Advocate who currently serves as a Youth Council Board Member for Don Valley East where he advocates for members of the community at a Federal, Provincial and Municipal level. In his role as VP, he pushed the agenda to advocate for students who are parents and needs support, International Students tuition equity, combating food insecurities and in retrospect for all students across all campuses to be treated equally and fairly.
1,438 votes (46.79%)
Aerospace Manufacturing. Engineering Technician
Together We Stand, United We Lead.
I am running for the position of CCSAI President, If am elected, I will prioritize enhancing the student experience and creating a more inclusive and equitable opportunities for the diverse students we have in Centennial college. I plan to achieve this through implementing initiatives such as increasing access to resources and support services to other campuses, fostering stronger relationships between various advocacy organizations like CASA and OSV, and promoting a sense of community and belonging for all students.
I believe that my several years of Leadership, year experience of being a Vice President at CCSAI and passion for student advocacy make me well-suited for this role. I am confident that, with your support, I can effectively represent the needs and interests of our student body and bring about positive change for our college community.
I look forward to the opportunity to serve as your Student Association President and make a positive impact on our college community.
VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
MORNINGSIDE VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
226 votes (47.18%)
KAMAL KAUR, ELECTED
Lets Make Progress At Morningside
Hello there ! My name is Kamaljot Kaur.I am in my 2nd semester of the Biotechnology program and I am very passionate about science,tech and psychology. As a student I resonate with a lot of students when it comes down to the accessibility of services , affordability , how most of the times a student is not looped into the decisions that directly affect their schedule and studies.I have always looked for a solution and I was presented with the the opportunity to run for Vice President for Morningside Campus.
I always wanted to be a part of CCSAI and what’s better than being the liaison between the students and college community. I want our campus to have access to all the services which help the students every step of the way, and make them feel heard . I want the students to have a crystal understanding of the policies and services provided by the CCSAI and how these policies benefit them.
160 votes (33.40%)
Massage Therapy – Compressed (5115)
For The Students, By The students
Hello everyone! My name is Rahul Ladumor, and I’m running for vice president of the Morningside campus student body. I am an international student. At Centennial College, I’m now pursuing a degree in massage therapy. In my opinion, I will be able to bring my prior leadership skills and my development as your vice president to the position and everything that goes along with it.
As President and Vice President, we will start working to enhance every facet of campus life, including diversity and inclusiveness, open communication between students and College authorities as a whole, and encouraging collaborative situations. By taking these steps, the Morningside campus would have a favourable representation of all students.
93 votes (19.42%)
RAZVIYA SHAMEEM ABDUL SHUKKUR
Nutrition and Food Service Management
Vote For Me & I Will Be Your Voice
I am Razviya Shameem, running for the post of Vice President in Centennial College morning side campus. I’m currently enrolled in Nutrition and Food Service Management Program and I’m in my 2nd semester right now. Life at Centennial is different for everyone and we learn new things every day. If I am elected as the Vice president, I assure you all that I will make sure that every student’s voice is heard and their concerns are taken into consideration. Together we can make the best memories and this journey, an amazing one to cherish for life.
PROGRESS VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
577 votes (36.57%)
Let’s start together a new journey
My name is Harnoor kaur. I am an international student enrolled in Business program at progress campus. I am an ambitious person and I love to explore new things and work enhancing my skills to gain new experiences. I am more into leadership and I am also involved in centennial toastmasters and atteding webinar of center of entrepreneurship . I am dedicated to work efficiently and effectively and helping others and providing accommodations as per their requirements. I think vice president post will help me to work on my ambitions and develop leadership skills.
As a student I can understand the concerns of students and provide them the best solution. I think this is the best opportunity for me to come forward and start a new journey together.
619 votes (39.23%)
SHARMA KETANKUMAR, ELECTED
Unite for Impact.
My name is Ketankumar Sharma (SK), and I am currently a student in the first semester of the Project Management program at Centennial College. Additionally, I am currently working as an Engagement staff in the CCSAI.
I hold a degree in Construction Project Management from Centennial College, and have experience working as a coordinator in both technical and non-technical events. I have also attended both technical and non-technical seminars, and have worked as a coordinator in the college’s Training and Placement Cell.
In my time at Centennial College, I have participated in various college events, and have developed skills in management and leadership. My experience in working with different teams and organizations has enabled me to gain excellent communication and interpersonal skills, which I believe are essential for the position of Vice President.
I believe I am a great fit for the position of Vice President in the CCSAI, and I am confident that I have the skills and experience necessary to make a positive contribution to the organization. I am excited to be nominated for the position and to have an opportunity to further my involvement with the CCSAI.
382 votes (24.21%)
Electromechanical Engineering Technology- Automation and Robotics
Equality, Safety & Inclusivity !
Hello, I am Neev Shah, running for Vice President in the Student Association Elections. As a first year electromechanical student, I believe that my technical background combined with my desire to help others make me an ideal candidate for this position. Throughout my academic journey, I have consistently sought out opportunities to assist my peers and make a positive impact on those around me. Whether it is tutoring my classmates or volunteering at local community events, I am driven by a desire to give back. If elected, I’ll work to represent all students and improve campus life by utilizing my technical skills. I have the determination, creativity and empathy to lead effectively. I ask for your support in this election, and I promise to always put the interests of the student body first. Thank you for considering my candidacy.
Elections Important Dates
Monday, January 16th at 9 am – Nominations Open
Thursday, February 2 at 4 pm – Nominations Close
Week of February 6th – President VOC Presentation
Friday, February 10th – All Candidates Meeting
Monday, February 13th at 9 am- Campaigning Opens
Week of Feb 13th – All Candidates Forum
Wednesday, March 1st at 8 am Online Voting Opens
Thursday, March 2nd at 8 pm Online Voting Closes
Thursday, March 2nd at 8 pm – Campaigning Closes
Monday, March 6th – Deadline to release election results
WHAT ARE ELECTIONS FOR?
The CCSAI holds annual elections to nominate a new Board of Directors which collaborate in organizational processes to ensure student-focused decision-making.
The CCSAI is governed by a student Board of Directors, who works to ensure that we provide the best possible representation for students and a full suite of support services and activities to enrich your Centennial Experience.
The CCSAI is a student-led organization that functions to serve students and improve their educational experiences.