2022 BISA class representatives and executive eager to support you

May 2, 2022
2022 Student Council for BISA

BTI’s student organisation, BISA, is refreshed every year with representatives across each class and year group at BTI.

Students have now nominated and appointed their BISA representatives to the 2022 Student Council:

Early Childhood Teacher Education

  • Yr 1 – Melissa Rathgen (offsite), Lana Aitui (onsite)
  • Yr 2 – Charmaine Spencer-Smith
  • Yr 3 – Alice Hofsteede

Primary Teacher Education

  • Yr 1 – Danielle Ashman
  • Yr 2 – Kita Clare, Stafford Frost
  • Yr 3 – Grace Hughes

Secondary Teacher Education

  • Kat Cambridge
  • Robert Evers

Master of Professional Practice & Leadership

  • Sheena Brewer

Bachelor of Counselling

  • Yr 1 – Mahina Mora
  • Yr 2 – Michelle Thew
  • Yr 3 – Rosanne Rea

Bachelor of Social Work

  • Yr 1 – Gemma Van Huenen
  • Yr 2 – Tamielle Monk
  • Yr 3 – Katrina Nicol
  • Yr 4 – Helen Nicholls

Also appointed was the Executive Committee for BISA:

  • President – Sheena Brewer
  • Secretary – Kita Clare

“It is an honour to be the BISA President for 2022, and I am looking forward to working with the class reps this year on your behalf. I am currently a 2nd year Masters student and a Year 7 teacher at Bethlehem College. If you have any suggestions or would like to contribute to BISA, please talk to your class representative or me,” says Sheena Brewer, BISA President for 2022.

“It is so important that we have good student representation from all levels and perspectives of the institution,” says Rhena Kulasingham, Student Engagement Coordinator at BTI. Student life at BTI is diverse, energetic and varied depending on if you study primarily by distance or on campus. BISA is now gearing up for a busy time of events, socials and competitions.

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