SFU Volunteer Services is looking for blog writers!

SFU Volunteer Services is looking for volunteer blog writers to help us bring more great stories to SFU students this new year! Volunteer writers are needed to help scout out current, interesting stories at SFU related to volunteerism and civic engagement,  a neat campus volunteer program, a timely news story on volunteerism or civic engagement, an individual or student group doing great things, etc. etc. Volunteers will then have the opportunity to write short (100-400 word) entries on these interesting stories to be posted on our blog here.

Read on to find out more about this great opportunity and how you can apply!

- Critical thinking skills to identify relevant stories
- An interest in and knowledge of what’s going on around campus
- Good writing and research skills
- Ability to commit approximately 2-3 hours a week over 6 months (note: graduating students can still participate as alumni)

- Ability to volunteer on your own time, in any location
- Training on Volunteer Services philosophy and vision
- Training  and experience with blog writing
- Get enhanced digital profile from being blog author
- Contribute to the promotion of volunteerism and civic engagement at SFU
- Senior volunteers have opportunity to mentor new scouts and writers
- Network with other students interested in volunteerism and civic engagement
- Reference letter provided after successful completion of volunteer commitment

Please contact Grace Chiu, Volunteer Services Assistant, at volunteer@sfu.ca or call 778-782-3587.

Interested in learning more about Volunteer Services? Find us on our website at www.sfu.ca/volunteer, on Facebook, or on Twitter.