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Kyle Jung: Expand Your Horizons through Volunteering

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Did you know that you can make a difference through volunteering, as well as discovering your passions and career goals? These are just some of the benefits of volunteering, according to Kyle Jung, a 5th-year SIAT student who is also the Vice President of Operations, Interactive Arts & Technology Student Union (IATSU) and the SFSS Forum Representative.

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Kyle Jung: Gain Valuable Skills & Experiences through Volunteering

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Many students think that volunteering is just another way to kill time, but they often overlook the valuable experiences and skills they gain from it. Kyle Jung, a SIAT student, shares his thoughts on volunteering and the significant role volunteerism plays in his professional and academic skill development.

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Volunteer Opportunities at Richmond Youth Service Agency (Part 2)

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 Janet Woo, RYSA Manager of Resource Development, shared with us her past experiences working with SFU volunteer students, and today she gives us her two cents about the benefits of volunteering and why SFU students should get involved with RYSA and in their community…

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Volunteer Opportunities at Richmond Youth Service Agency

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Are you passionate about diversity? Do you enjoy helping children, youth and families? Would you like to gain experience in creating an online newsletter?

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What’s YOUR Cause? Building Global Friendship!

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CISV is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-religious organization that promotes cross-cultural friendship and understanding. The idea is that children that grow up with world knowledge and friends all over the world will work for peace.

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Alumnus Profile: How Crystal Kwon Advanced Her Career Through Volunteerism

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Students often overlook one important benefit of volunteerism. While students realize that scholarships and bursaries usually require community engagement, they often forget that volunteerism can also give you the edge you need after you finish your degree.

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Oh My! What is Symplicity?

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At the Volunteer and Civic Opportunity Fairs and Volunteer Services Open House last month, many students asked me where they could find volunteer opportunities. My answer to them was: “Well, as a starting point, you can go on Symplicity to find some opportunities!” However, most of them never heard of Symplicity or knew that SFU Volunteer Services has this volunteer opportunity posting service available to them…

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Creating Possibilities for Children with PLEA’s KidStart

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If you want a volunteer opportunity where you can make a difference in your community and gain some valuable skills and work experience, you should contact PLEA Community Services Society of BC. If you also enjoy working with children or teens, this is an opportunity you do not want to miss out on!

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Jen Clune: Making Connections at SFU

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SFU has had to deal with the stereotype of being a “commuter” campus for years–it comes with the territory of being a University on a mountain. But take a look at the many programs offered by SFU’s Student Services departments and the countless students that partake as either volunteers or participants, and you would be hardpressed to say that SFU has no community. 

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Share Your Vision for Canadian Foreign Policy with Canada’s World

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Interested in Canadian international policy but don’t know where to start? Now is your chance to get involved and shape Canada’s role in the world!

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