Student Handbook

A Message from
the Student Senate President

NHTI Student Senate President Eynas JarrarHello Everyone!

My name is Eynas Jarrar and I am your Student Senate President for 2019-2020. I currently live in Bow, New Hampshire but am originally from the Jenin, Palestine. I spent four years in Zarqaa, Jordan and settled back to the US when I was seven years old. I graduated from Bow High School in 2016 and am currently dual majoring in General Studies and Medical Coding. I hope to pursue a Master’s Degree in Public Health in the future, and work in the Health Administration field. In addition, I work in the Student Life Department behind the information desk and love meeting new students, getting to know them, and learning about what students hope to see happen on campus. Feel free to stop by and say hi! 

I became interested in Student Senate in April 2016 while I was a Senior in High School. I wanted to join an organization that was student-focused and makes a difference on campus. Following my first semester at NHTI, I was elected as Secretary and then again, the following year. From there I became Treasurer and now I am the Student Body President! I am very thankful for the wonderful experiences Senate has provided me. Being able to attend conferences around the country, getting out of my comfort zone and deciding where our funds are being spent are just some of the amazing skills that I have gained while being part of Senate.

Students at NHTI are able to join over 30 clubs and student organizations. Getting involved helps students feel more connected to campus by learning about themselves, discovering how to work in a team, receiving networking opportunities, gaining leadership skills, and most importantly, using skills they have learned in class!

As President I will represent your voice on campus and work hard to make sure that all students at NHTI know that they matter. I hope to increase the resources provided on campus for students to use while they are at NHTI and to feel a sense of belonging to the community. Throughout my time here I have learned that the most important thing is to get involved and to learn more about yourself. There is something for everyone here at NHTI and if there isn't yet, you can make that happen! It is all about you and what you would like to see happen on campus! Take this time to find out who you are as a person and continue doing your best!

All the best,

Eynas Jarrar
Student Senate President

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