5 Ways to Get Involved on Campus


Learn about various ways to enhance your university experience by getting involved this semester.  This article explores different areas of interest that students can get involved in and resources helpful to those seeking out meaningful volunteer and leadership opportunities.

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Look Successful, Be Successful, with Dress for Success

dress for success

Fashion and female empowerment - all in one place!

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Volunteering Wisely

why volunteer

Your time is very valuable and while volunteering can be an amazing experience and very beneficial for your career, it is important to look for and choose the best volunteer position for you.

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Indigenous Research Institute SFU; John R Welch



The Indigenous Research Institute  promotes research in areas related to Indigenous peoples read about on of its Researchers and his work.

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How Volunteer Experience Can Help Land You a Co-op Placement


Have you ever wondered if volunteer experience can be a more valuable experience in a hiring manager’s mind? Have you ever wondered about hidden benefits that go with volunteerism? If yes, this article is for you. Find out what makes volunteering distinct on your resume, and how it can help you land a co-op!

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Gearing Up for the Green: Tips for Networking at Golf Events


Natalie is in her fourth year at the Beedie School of Business pursuing a BBA with concentrations in Marketing and Human Resource Management.  She shares how to network during golf events. 

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Pro Bono vs. Speculation Work

Speculative Work

As a freelancer interested in certain aspects of volunteering, Nicola distinguishes between what it means when an opportunity is stated as Pro Bono or Speculation work?

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Volunteer for the Vancouver Rape Relief Society and Women’s Shelter

Company/Organization Spotlight

Be an advocate for gender equality, and volunteer with the Vancouver Rape Relief Society and Women's Shelter. They are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing support to women who may be experiencing sexual or physical abuse. Click through to read more!

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Wanted: Individuals Desiring An Adventure


Looking to travel to a foreign country? Try something new? Meet some new people? You and AID could be a perfect match!

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The Perfect Volunteer Opportunities by Season


Kim gives us a quick list of various different seasonal volunteering opportunities! Are there any others that you can think of?

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IATSU's Design for Donations


Nicola shares her insights from volunteering with Design for Donations by the Interactive Arts and Technology Student Union of SFU. Gain design experience on the types of projects you're interested in, while raising money for the charity of your choice!

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Be A Leader in Your Club!


Already involved in a club? Why not take it a step further and become a club executive! Loren goes through 4 reasons to consider taking on a leadership role in a student club or association.

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How to Apply the Skills from our Volunteer Experiences to Future Careers


As a follow up to Kim's article, "Employability Skills You Can Gain Through Volunteering," read how those three key employability skills could be applied to a future career! Let us know: How would these skills apply to your own dream job?

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SFU Club of the Week: Love Your Neighbour

SFU Club of the Week

This week's SFU Club of the Week is the SFU Chapter of Love Your Neighbour. Here's a spotlight on this club that has expanded to offer local and international opportunities for students.

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Coach Talks: A Letter to A Reader


Why do you volunteer? There are many reasons why people volunteer for both professional and personal reasons. This is a personal article on why I volunteer at specific organizations. 

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