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Engaging with OpenMedia.ca

open media

Passionate about Internet governance and want to do something about it? Camille Crowther shares how to volunteer with award-winning civic engagement organization OpenMedia.ca!

By: Camille Crowther 370 reads | 0 comments
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Book an Appointment with an Engagement Peer!

ENGAGE

Want to get more involved on campus? Book an appointment with an Engagement Peer! Find out how you can start discovering your opportunites now.

By: The Engagement Peers 383 reads | 0 comments
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PADS Is Now Recruiting Puppy-Raisers!

Engagement

A great volunteer opportunity for animal lovers exists with the Pacific Assistance Dogs Society, well known for bringing adorable puppies on campus during exam period!

By: Cadence Sun 462 reads | 0 comments
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Where Do You Put Volunteer Experience on Your Resume!?

ENGAGE

Volunteer experience can be extremely helpful during your job search, but where do you put it on your resume? Trying a different kind of resume format can help you showcase your most relevant experience.

By: Gurdeen Janjua 544 reads | 0 comments
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Volunteering for The Canadian Red Cross

Volunteering

Career Services practicum student Leila Ravanbakhsh breaks down how to volunteer with one of the largest humanitarian organizations - The Canadian Red Cross!

By: Leila Ravanbakhsh 459 reads | 0 comments
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Passport to Leadership – Starting Your Leadership Journey

ENGAGE

Delivered over five different workshops (one every two weeks), Passport to Leadership aims to introduce students to basic leadership skills and show them the various ways to get involved around campus.

By: Christina Guan 2409 reads | 0 comments
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Tips for Volunteering in Health Care

Health Care

Are you interested in pursuing a career in health care? Kelly looks into how volunteering can help get you there!

By: Kelly Choi 756 reads | 0 comments
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BC Criminal Record Checks Free For Volunteers

Criminal Record Check

Jerry shares how volunteers can now have their required criminal background checks done for free.

By: Jerry Lee 949 reads | 1 comments
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Engagement Opportunities With Basics For Health

Basics for Health

Basics for Health, a non-profit that aims to improve the health conditions of the poor, has opportunities for those looking to make a difference in their community.

By: Season Ji 394 reads | 0 comments
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Volunteering For The Vancouver Canucks!

Canucks Place Children's Hospice

Lindsay shares the various volunteer opportunities available with everyone's favourite local sports team, the Vancouver Canucks!

By: Lindsay Stroud 747 reads | 0 comments
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Microvolunteering: Volunteerism for the Modern Student

ENGAGE

What is Microvolunteering? How can you participate? Kelly shares the answers to these questions and sheds some light on this fairly new activity.

By: Kelly Choi 988 reads | 0 comments
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Sustainability at SFU: Zero Waste Educators Needed

Volunteering

Community Engagement Coordinator Landon Hoyt answers some questions about Sustainability at SFU's new volunteer opportunity and the Zero Waste Program.

By: Graham Cook 329 reads | 0 comments
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How To Build Community Engagement Via Twitter

Social Media

Jerry provides some tips on how both individuals and groups (such as non-profits) can utilize Twitter to create community engagement over social media.

By: Jerry Lee 603 reads | 0 comments
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Volunteering To Transition Into A New Culture

Psychology

A profile on international student and third year psychology major, Rainy Yumeng Jiang, and how community engagement and volunteering has helped her adjust to Canadian culture.

By: Season Ji 385 reads | 0 comments
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Get Engaged: New Positions With The Heart & Stroke Foundation

Event Supervisor

Lindsay breaks down some of the opportunities available to students with the Heart & Stroke Foundation. Read on to learn about how you can get involved with this great organization.

By: Lindsay Stroud 590 reads | 0 comments
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