Please Note

This is an open election, nominations from the floor will be accepted during the Spring GA on Friday, April 12, 2019.

Candidate One

Ayllissa Wyre

Campus: Ridgewater College-Hutchinson
Elected office running for: Governing Council Student-At-Large

I am a 29 year old Mother of two, I am energetic and outgoing! I am hardworking and driven. I try to be involved in as much as I can, while still maintaining a loving home for my kids. I have been all over the U.S. and experienced so much, that I believe others can benefit from my knowledge. I love to hunt, fish, kayak, hike, basically if I can be outdoors I WILL! I also enjoy theater and the arts.

1. What degree or certificate program are you seeking?
I am currently working towards my AAS in Computer aided Design and drafting.

2. What are your future career plans?
My Future Career Plans include, continuing on to a University after I am done with my two year degree at the Community College level. My goal is to have  BAS in engineering with an AAS in Computer Aided Design Drafting. 

3. Please describe your previous student government or professional experience, and how it has prepared you for this position.
I am currently a Senator with Ridgewater College. I have held positions in leadership in various jobs, such as team leads, supervisors and/or management. It has helped prepare me for this position as I understand what it takes to motivate others and see a job through to the end.

4. Why are you running for this position?
I am running for this position because I would like to make my time in college matter, I want to see change, and I want students to benefit from those changes. I am outgoing and a people person and believe this type of position is suited for a person like me.

5. What challenges do you see facing Minnesota's community and technical college students?
I do not foresee many challenges when it comes to facing Minnesota's Community and Technical College Students. I myself am in a technical degree program, I can identify with most students on a common level. I believe even with challenges popping up I can find the common ground between the community and students so that if there are any conflicts we can see a resolution that is beneficial to all parties involved. 

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