Sergey Bukharov is President of the British Columbia Institute of Technology Student Association (BCITSA), and represents over forty-eight thousand students across five campuses. Sergey also works as a developer in Vancouver’s burgeoning tech industry while he pursues a bachelor’s degree in Technology from BCIT. He has an interest in politics, technology and entrepreneurship.
Additionally, Sergey sits on BCIT’s education council, where he serves as a student representative in overseeing and approving changes to educational programs at the school. As part of this position, he holds a seat on the policy committee, a body responsible for modifying and reviewing policies affecting students and education at BCIT.
Greetings my fellow BCIT student,
I am a 3rd year BCIT Business student. I also work as a peer tutor for learning commons, I look forward to meeting you, please do not hesitate to chat with me.
I am looking forward to work with this year’s new exec team, to help increase efficiency and effectiveness of SA services. I vow to not favor any particular group/s of students, but to serve all students, including (but not limited to) specialty campuses, international, aboriginal, part-time and trades.
P.S. Welcome to the BCIT life; library is your new home, and your set mates is your family. It is not going to be easy, but it’s worth it!
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Hi everyone! My name is Sophia, your VP Campus Life. I am very excited to be part of the Student Association and to work with the rest of the executive team. During my term in office, I will work hard to contribute in a positive way to the decisions made by our student council that will affect student spaces and life experiences.
I just completed a diploma in Architectural and Building Technology and will be enrolled in the Architectural Science degree for two years. Like most of you, I love to hike when the weather is nice and when I have free time (almost never), I like to play the guitar. Something weird about me as a BCIT student is that I don’t drink coffee. If you see me around campus, don’t be shy and say hi! I would love to interact more with you and know more about your BCIT student experience.
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I am originally from Vancouver, but attended high school in Victoria and university in Ottawa before coming home. I love to hike, camp, and surf whenever I have a short break from my courses and duties at BCIT, which is about 1 day a month. My future goal, and the reason I am at BCIT, is to own and operate successful business both locally and internationally.
I am very excited to serve this term as Chair for the School of Business. I ran for this position because I believe that I can help push the School of Business towards its true potential through cross-program, and cross-club networking. We have an amazing set of talented and hard-working students, and it’s time for us to get to know each other.
Hi Hi! I’m Abby and I’m very excited to be your Chair of Health Science for 2017/2018 school year! I am currently in my second year working on my B.Tech degree in Environmental Health (Public Health Inspection). I am an avid chocolate lover and coffee addict. I love pets (mainly cats and dogs) and I wish I had my own but I don’t – so I live vicariously through my friends. When I’m not at school, you can find me at the gym or at my favourite starbucks (studying or playing catch up with homework). I look forward to meeting with you all throughout the school year. Feel free to come by for a chat at the SA and if you need any help I will help you the best that I can!
I’m Dean Tamboline and I am your returning Chair for the School of Energy. This will be my second year as a Chair, and my third year of being involved with the BCITSA. I am also entering my fourth and final year of mechanical engineering. And like every BCIT student, I spend way too much time on campus, so if you see me around, make sure to come say hi!
There are a few things I would like to complete during my term this year. I want to try and get more interaction between trades students and the BCITSA, I want to make advocacy become a more readily used by School of Energy students, and I want to tweak the Set Rep program to ensure students get the most out of it.
I am entering my second year in the Civil Engineering Bachelors program, and enjoy every second of it (even with the stress). Growing up, I was the odd kid in school that loved math – yes, MATH! – and building things; naturally this led me into civil engineering. After graduating high school, I took two years off which really helped me solidify my direction.
This past year, I was a council member with the Student Association, representing the students in TCE. This experience made me realise that I wanted to be even more involved to enhance the BCIT experience for the students in Transportation, Construction & the Environment.
During my spare time, I like to go biking, be with family and friends, and also volunteer in the community. Oh, also, I should probably mention, I am a huge Game of Thrones fanatic!
I look forward to meeting you all throughout the year.
My name is Spencer Pollock, and I’m the new Chair of Computing and Academic Studies for the BCIT Student Association. I have completed my Computer Systems Diploma in Digital Processing, and currently going into my last year of my Bachelors of Technology in Computer Systems in Game Development. On the side, I referee for Langley Hockey and Lacrosse associations, have been for 7 and 10 years respectively. I’ve been in a leadership role in both associations, taking part in referee development. I’d have to say it’s one of my largest passions beside programming and of course gaming. I hope to bring some fresh perspective to the Student Association, and work with all my peers to better improve the environment and studies of BCIT. I’m looking forward to all the new roads and relationships this opportunity will bring me, and also that I will bring to it.
Mark Malczewski is the Chairman of the Aerospace Campus for the BCIT Student Association. He is an ambitious and dedicated leader who has a curiosity and passion for aerospace technology, computers and the great outdoors. Working towards becoming an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. Mark wants to lead in the aerospace industry with a long-term goal of working with new technology, looking to the future of the trade.
Outside of BCIT he volunteers for a flight school in Delta called King George Aviation where he has been receiving experience doing maintenance on Ultra-Lite Experimental Class aircraft. When he’s not researching, he enjoys spending his time outdoors doing things like hiking and kayaking. He’s very good with animals and one day hopes to get into Falconry so that he can have a hawk to go hunting with.