KSJC and Student’s Voice coact against student’s apathy
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On Wednesday, the 25th of April, 2012, members from the Gozitan post-secondary student organisation Students’ Voice had the opportunity of visiting the Junior College and meet representatives from the Kunsill Studenti Junior College (KSJC).
This meeting established a close collaboration between the two organisations, which will be of benefit to both Maltese, as well as Gozitan post-secondary students. During this visit, members from Students’ Voice had the opportunity of getting to better understand the way the Junior College functions, as well as to discuss matters of mutual interest with their Maltese counterparts.
Students’ Voice President Joseph Masini expressed his appreciation to the KSJC for their hospitality, saying that such a visit augurs well for future collaboration between the two groups, based on discussion. On the other hand, Matthew Zerafa, President of the Kunsill Studenti Junior College agreed that such cooperation can result in fruitful achievements for both Maltese and Gozitan students.
Both organisations are currently working on the issue of student apathy, a common factor that emerged during the meeting. It was agreed that student organisations, such as Students’ Voice and the KSJC must do their utmost to engage students in more activities, thus encouraging them to feel part of the scholastic environment. This is something which the KSJC has worked upon a lot during the past years, through several projects and initiatives, which the Gozitan members had the opportunity to observe.
Both organisations would like to augur all students about to commence their O and A Level examinations the best of luck for their success.