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Have no plans for this summer?

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Do you want to see the world and contribute to something special? Operation Groundswell (OG) may be the answer for you! OG is an organization that began with the desire to provide a true backpacker-styled volunteer experience for students and recent grads in Canada.

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Explore your leadership potential with Lead SFU

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Leadership is one of the most crucial skills students need these days. Employers demand it from job candidates, and it’s a skill that affects most — if not all — facets of our lives.This is why programs such as Lead SFU are crucial for many students.

By: Kelvin Claveria 3976 reads | 0 comments
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SFU Peer Programs Celebrate the End of Another Successful Year

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Dal Sohal, Manager of Peer Programs, emceed the event. We heard first-hand from Dr. Tim Rahilly, Associate Vice President of Students and International, and Professor Andrew Petter, President and Vice-Chancellor of SFU. During his short speech, President Petter gave kudos to the student volunteers for their contributions in making SFU a student-centred university.

By: Kelvin Claveria 5621 reads | 0 comments
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4 Questions from enVISIONSFU: Student Sonya Reznitsky Responds

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This February, SFU President Andrew Petter announced a new initiative  – enVISION SFU, which aims at enhancing campus life, strengthening community ties, increasing the relevance of its academia and research, and of course, improving the educational experience for students. You can read about it in the Vancouver Sun or our campus paper, The Peak.

By: Sonya Reznitsky 8855 reads | 0 comments
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Coming Soon: Sexual Assault Centre at SFU

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There are a variety of prevention and support services offered to SFU students on the Burnaby campus, but they are not connected by a central organization, and the services that are available do not address every aspect of sexual assault.

By: Sonya Reznitsky 4710 reads | 0 comments
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Vancouver Rape Relief: Challenging Male Violence Against Women and Children

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Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter (VRRWS) operates as an independent women’s group.  This non-profit charity was founded in 1973 and, today, holds an international reputation for its excellent work for.  The VRRWS is dedicated to challenging social attitudes, laws, and institution procedures that encourage male violence against women and children.

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Explore the Possibilities with the Vancouver Art Gallery

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The Vancouver Art Gallery has been a big part of Vancouver culture throughout the years.  It has been at the forefront of introducing both new contemporary art as well as historical works.  If you are interested in the arts or just working in a fun social environment, volunteering with the Vancouver Art Gallery would be the perfect fit.  The gallery has a wide range of opportunities available for both short-term and long-term.  There is definitely something there for everyone.

By: Jaishree Narsih 5054 reads | 0 comments
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Write for Esque 21 and expand your writing portfolio!

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Ever wonder what it would be like to write for an online magazine? Well, look no further. Esque21 is a newly-launched online magazine that is seeking regular contributors as well as random those who would like to feature their articles once in a while.

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Help create a public space for all

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The Vancouver Public Space Network works to fix urban alienation. Formed in 2006, this grassroots organization has evolved from a collective of a few dozen individuals with similar ambitions to over a thousand members.

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Apply for C.A.R.E. SFU Global Travel Award: Volunteer abroad with your flight costs eliminated!

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Let SFU and C.A.R.E Housing Society help you get there! C.A.R.E. Housing Society is a federally registered non-profit organization in Vancouver that uses Asia Miles donation to redeem airplane tickets for individuals who are travelling abroad to do civic engagement.

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