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Luca Serratore has been President of the Student Union since June 2017. Honorary commitment is nothing new to him. He has been actively involved in the Student Union ever since his second week in the Assessment Year. Together with Yannik Marc Breitenstein, he runs the MeetingPoint and was Vice-Chairman of the Student Parliament. "I like St.Gallen and the HSG very much. The familial atmosphere on campus and the many possibilities of being involved in associations make it easy for students to find like-minded people."
"This office provides me with
an opportunity to help shape the future"
Luca Serratore is a fifth-semester undergraduate majoring in Business Administration. He has various interests and is motivated to get things going. "This office provides me with an opportunity to help shape the future. It very much appeals to me to be able to assume so much responsibility and to work for the benefit of the HSG together with the Committee."
He also feels very strongly about continuity in the modus operandi of the Student Union. This is why the team's motto "P3: Passion – Plan – Persistence" has been inspired by that of his predecessors. It takes passion to do a job well. Well-structured and purposeful work is another factor for a successful presidency, and persistence and tenacity are indispensable when it comes to a "stubborn representation of students' interests".
In 2018, the Student Union will bring their predecessors' large-scale "co-working space" project in Müller-Friedberg-Strasse to a conclusion. In addition, the range of services will be extended by free online Excel courses. This request came from students. The Student Union is able to fund these courses with the help of its financial reserves.
Personally, there is another aspect of his office that appeals to Luca Serratore: he is learning to actively apply the theoretical knowledge that he has acquired. "At our two-day strategy meeting in the Appenzellerland, 'll be able to make good use of my knowledge from the course on Strategic Management. This will turn the theoretical subject matter into something that can be apprehended and experienced."