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Memorial University of Newfoundland Jr. Representative

Amelia Clarke

Memorial University of Newfoundland Jr. Representative

Amelia Clarke

Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2nd Year

Education (Prior to pharmacy school): 2 years of general sciences pre-requisites

Hobbies & Interests: I enjoy reading, outdoor activities (Hiking kayaking, etc), listening to music, travelling and trying foreign foods.

Position Goals:

  1. Increase student participation and interest in CAPSI itself
  2. Create new innovative events that can help promote CAPSI’s values to our students as well as the community.
  3. Organize a successful PAM with various events that give the opportunity for students and the community to learn more about the field of pharmacy.

Career Goals:

I am not entirely sure of what I want to be doing or where I’ll end up in the future. I am always open to new opportunities and will try anything to see if it’s something for me. Although, I am planning on travelling a lot during my career.

Duties for Jr. Representative

  • To assist the Senior Representative in the execution of all local CAPSI duties.
  • To be an active member of the Undergraduate Pharmaceutical Society Council if so designated by that local constitution.
  • To set up and update the CAPSI Bulletin Board with materials received from the National Council and CAPSI members.
  • To organize and oversee two (2) CAPSI Symposia on topics proposed by the Vice President, Education and voted upon by CAPSI General Council.
  • To actively participate in all of CAPSI National and local activities, projects and initiatives.
  • Learn about the function and intricacies of CAPSI and the duties as Senior Representative the following year.
  • Participate as an active member of the National Council, offering feedback and input on any issues and discussions that arise.
  • Attend meetings and prepare and distribute reports at two Meetings: PDW and the VTC prior to the CPhA Conference. (Reports may be made throughout the year to inform the Executive and General Council as needed).