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GSS Mini School

May 14, 2015

The GSS is offering a Mini School program, an opportunity for graduate students to teach a small course on a topic of their choosing  to other graduate students and the larger SFU community.  

The courses can be related to professional development or any anything of interest to the instructor some examples of past course offerings are:

• English as an Additional Language
• Photography
• French for Your Language Exam
• How to Tell an Amazing Story
• Jewelry Making
• Drawing and Sketching
• Improv for Professionals
• American Sign Language – Level 1

The instructor will be paid for their time and a first round of applications will take place between June 15 and August 31.

For more information and to apply to offer a course, please click here.

*Note an additional $100 will be offered to students planning to teach a course related to sustainability.

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