The final of the XIХ All-Russian competition “Student Leader 2021” was held in St. Petersburg.
The winners of the district stages in the North Caucasus, Ural, Central, Siberian and Far Eastern, North-West, Volga and Southern federal districts took part in the final. This year 12 representatives from 7 districts of Russia reached the final. In total, there were more than 70 participants at the district stages.
According to the results of the final of the competition, Alena Trizno, a first-year student of the magistracy of the Institute of Philology of PetrSU, who represented Karelia at the competition, took second place. Alena is a future teacher of Russian language and literature. The student successfully combines her studies with social work – she is responsible for social projects in the student trade union committee of the university.
Being a student leader means representing your primary trade union organization in a large-scale competition, developing student activism and being an example.
After the competition, I have very mixed feelings, tk. until now the realization that I won a prize has not come. I believe that the student trade union committee of PetrSU helped me to win, I constantly felt very strong support from my team, students and the entire university.
If we talk about plans, then everything is very simple – it is necessary to continue working in the Trade Union Committee of PetrSU students and to improve its image,
– Alena told the press service of PetrSU.
Let us remind you that Student Leader is a traditional competition held as part of an All-Russian leadership shift. Its participants demonstrate the best leadership qualities, their achievements and work style.
The founder of the competition is the Trade Union of Public Education and Science Workers of the Russian Federation. The organizers of the competition are the Department of Professional Education and Scientific Institutions of the Central Council of the Trade Union and the Student Coordination Council of the All-Russian Trade Union of Education with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, the Russian Union of Rectors and the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs.