Humans of USASA Clubs: Bianca Smith

Get to know one of our USASA Club presidents! Bianca Smith from Human Resource Management Club.

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Get to know one of over 90 USASA Club presidents, Bianca Smith. Read on to find out what Bianca's role entails and how you can be apart of the unique and wonderful things that Bianca does with the Human Resource Management Club.

1. What club are you in? UniSA Human Resource Management Club

2. Are there any additional clubs that you are involved with?
I personally love catching up and chatting with the other Business clubs at UniSA! I love the community we have and the way each club supports one another.

3. What are you studying? Did it influence the club you chose to join?
I am studying a combined business degree in innovation & entrepreneurship and human resource management. This absolutely influenced my choice to be a part of the HRM Club. I was able to meet so many like-minded students and make some great friends!

4. Why did you join this club?
I joined this club because I wanted to make great friends, and get to know all about the HR industry! I wanted to meet industry professionals and learn about all the different roles that are involved in being a HR professional!

5. What's your role on the club executive? Explain.
I am the President of the HRM Club. My role is to work together with the executives to run events and more! I do lots of communicating with the executives, other clubs, UniSA staff, members and more! I also coordinate and run meetings to ensure we are all communicating well and the club is running smoothly. I love my role as President and it’s been an absolute privilege to be in this role!

6. What's the best thing about being a part of a club?
The best thing about being a part of the club is the ability to do more while a student! The club allows you to do more than just go to classes and go home. It allows you to challenge yourself, meet new people and grow as a person. I have learnt so much about the HR industry, business in general, how to be professional and more during my time in the HRM club! I also love working with the other executives to meet goals and learn new things together!

7. How can other students get involved in your club?
To get involved in our club you can join online on our USASA page! You can also join our Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn pages to get involved in all our events, workshops and more! Also! If you are interested in joining the executive team, come to our AGM in February and share with us why you’d like to join and we will all be voting in new executive members! It is an exciting time of year!

8. Have you gained new friends or made new connections through being in a club?
I have absolutely made new friends and connections! I have made friends with students and even made connections with industry professionals through club events!

9. What achievement are you most proud of?
I am most proud of the clubs amazing first year and taking out the USASA New Club of The Year! It was such an honour to take out that award for 2020!

10. What colour best represents your personality and why?
Yellow. I’m bright and bubbly and always ready for a good chat!

11. What would you like to get out of being in a club?
I would like to be challenged to be better and to meet new people!

12. If you could start any club what would it be?
UniSA HRM Club 😉but I also love coffee... so maybe a coffee lovers club 😋

Join the UniSA Human Resource Management Club here.

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