August 30, 2021 | Digest No. 266


15th Annual Fraser Health Research Week 2021 (September 20 – 24, 2021)

Fraser Health’s Research Week is fast approaching - September 20 – 24, 2021, with sessions happening daily from 9:00AM – 1:00PM.

Join us this September for five days of talks and interactive workshops. This year, Research Week will explore the impacts and innovations that have emerged out of Fraser Health’s COVID-19 pandemic research and evaluation response. Each day of Research Week will explore a different theme. Sessions include:

  • COVID-19 Research with Care: Socially Distanced Showcase Day (Monday, September 20)
  • Viral Innovations in LTC and Virtual Health (Tuesday, September 21)
  • Quarantine with Clinical Research (Wednesday, September 22)
  • Isolating Advancements in Equity (Thursday, September 23)
  • Locking down on Evaluation Lessons Learned and Findings (Friday, September 24)

All are invited to attend. Research Week is open for attendees across Fraser Health, our colleagues across British Columbia, our academic partners, and the public.

A detailed schedule of events will be announced soon. Register here to receive an updated schedule. More information can also be found on our website here.

(All non-Fraser Health employees and the public need to create a Learning Hub account. If you have problems with registering after you create the account, please contact

Optimizing Human Performance at Home: Ergonomics, Human Factors, and Wellbeing Webinar

Join in on the Optimizing Human Performance at Home: Ergonomics, Human Factors, and Wellbeing Webinar hosted by Simon Fraser University Health & Counselling Services and the Association of Canadian Ergonomists.

Date: Friday, September 24th, 2021
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm PT
Registration is free. Limited Tickets. RSVP through Eventbrite with your SFU email.

In this event, you’ll learn ways to take care of your physical and mental wellbeing. We'll be discussing creative methods to set up your home office and different resources to care for your mental wellbeing. 

We will also have a panel of guest speakers who will speak more on their expertise and knowledge in the world of ergonomics and human factors. Our guest speakers for the event are Anne-Kristina Arnold (Chair of the Occupational Ergonomics Certificate at SFU), Vanessa Christner (Ergonomics Management System Program Manager at SFU), and Manu Nellutla (Chief Executive Officer of the ActSafe Safety Association and Current BC/YK President of ACE).

Please note the following:

  • This event is only open to SFU students, staff, and faculty.
  • Register with your SFU email. The Zoom link will be sent to SFU emails only and will be sent closer to the day of the event.
  • This event will NOT be recorded.

If you have any questions, please email both (Sonya Kung) and (Sarah Chae) who are the co-facilitators for the event.

SLC Transition Events for Incoming and New-on-Campus Students

Getting Ready for Academic Success

Monday to Thursday, August 30 to September 2, 1:00pm — 3:00pm, Online via Zoom

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many disruptions and transitions, especially for students. You may have experienced studying both remotely and in-person in the last couple of years and may be feeling trepidation about your transition into university courses. This workshop is designed to support NEW undergraduate students during this time of academic transition. Whether you are coming from high school, transferring from college, or returning after some years away, you will get a head start on succeeding academically at university! The live session may be recorded for later use.

Transitioning to On-Campus Learning

Friday, September 3, 10:30am — 11:45am, Bennett Library, SLC - Rm 3020 (Burnaby)
Friday, September 3, 1:00pm — 2:15pm, Bennett Library, SLC - Rm 3020 (Burnaby)
Friday, September 3, 10:30am — 11:45am, Fraser Library, SLC - Rm 3695 (Surrey)
Friday, September 3, 1:00pm — 2:15pm, Fraser Library, SLC - Rm 3695 (Surrey)

Are you a returning SFU student who has been studying remotely? Learn about what it’s going to be like transitioning to on-campus classes, differences between in-person and online exams, and more. Join us on campus at the Student Learning Commons to learn about the answers to these questions and how we can support you throughout the term. The event will include a presentation, a scavenger hunt, and the opportunity to ask questions of SLC staff as well as students who have attended SFU in person. As a bonus, get the chance to connect with like-minded peers who are experiencing this transition with you. The live session may be recorded for later use.

Visit Workshops page of our website for detail.

BPK Co-op Info Session

The BPK Co-op team is holding an info session on September 22nd from 11:30 AM to 12:20 PM. Students can learn about the Co-op program, meet the team, and hear from Co-op students themselves. Registration is free and currently open at

STEM Sprint 2021 - Virtual Innovation Challenge and Hackathon

The STEM Sprint is a design challenge scheduled for Sept 3 - 5, presented by STEM Fellowship SFU, EnEta, SAP, and MathWorks. This unique 36 hour innovation challenge format welcomes all participants with passion for the STEM disciplines to work together to research, prototype, and/or build new solutions to problems within a surprise theme. There will be plenty of technical and career-building workshops, networking opportunities, and the chance to win some amazing prizes. All experience levels welcome!

Date & Time: Sept 3 @5pm to Sept 5 @2pm
Location: Virtually via Zoom and Discord
Registration Link

2021 Kin Case Competition

Join us from Nov. 19 to 28 2021
at the 1st national virtual kinesiology event
Kin Case Competition!

The Kinesiology Case Competition is a national competition for students in the third and fourth years of Canadian university kinesiology, human kinetics and physical activity programs.

Up to 24 teams from provinces throughout the country participate in the week-long event. The competition offers participants great opportunities to meet new people and network with practising Kinesiologists, academics, researchers and prominent businesspeople attending the competition either as judges or sponsors. Participants are encouraged to develop cases and then present and defend them. Most importantly, teams should have fun!

Registration period is NOW OPEN

TEAMS: until November 10 2021
SPECTATORS: until November 15 2021

CLICK HERE for details


SFU BPK Awards 2021 Fall

The Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology presents the following annual awards to recognize undergraduate students:

  • Stephen Harold Edward Herring Award
  • National Bank Financial Award in BPK
  • Dr. Josephine Anthony Award in BPK
  • Craig Asmundson BPK Engagement Award
  • Dr. Reza Nouri BPK Undergraduate Award

To be eligible for the awards, the following is required:

  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 at SFU and be in good academic standing. In the case the student is a first term or transfer student he/she/they must possess an equivalent secondary school or college standing;
  • Registration in a minimum of 9 units of standard graded courses in the term of eligibility.

To apply for the awards, please include (read Terms of Reference, below, for specific requirements per award):

  • a cover letter;
  • a resume outlining the applicant's community/volunteer service/other relevant activities;
  • SFU (advising) transcript; and,
  • two reference letters supporting the application, unless specified differently in the Terms of Reference

For applications to more than one award, it is required to submit them separately, ensuring each individual application is complete. We will not consider incomplete applications.

All awards will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon the nomination of the BPK Associate Chair, Operations, Ryan Dill, and BPK Awards Committee.

Please submit your application, in a single PDF file, to Ryan Dill, and copy Nicole Yoo,, by September 10th, 2021, with the appropriate Award Name in the subject line.

CLICK to expand for details of awards



Term: 1217 - 2021 Fall
Deadline Date: September 10, 2021

Terms of Reference:

The Stephen Harold Edward Herring Award is an annual award available to a full-time undergraduate student conducting research projects in physical disability areas. Preference will be given to physically disabled students.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Director, Centre for Disability Independence Research and Education (CDIRE).

In the absence of a Director, Centre for Disability Independence Research Education (CDIRE), the recommendation for the award will be made by the Chair, Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

This award may be held in conjunction with other awards made by Simon Fraser University or other agencies where permitted by those agencies.

Additional Nomination Instructions: One award available at $3,400.



Term: 1217 - 2021 Fall
Deadline Date: September 10, 2021

Terms of Reference:

The National Bank Financial Award, valued at approximately $2000, is offered in the Fall term to a student interested in developing a career in a health-related field. The student must be in good academic standing and have an approved major in the Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology and have completed a minimum of 60 units of course work.

In the event that a suitable candidate has not been identified and the award has gone unfulfilled in the Fall term, applications will be considered in December for the Spring term with the selection to be made and announced in early January of the following year.

The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.

Additional Nomination Instructions: Two awards at $2,600 each are available.



Term: 1217 - 2021 Fall
Deadline Date: September 10, 2021

Terms of Reference:

One award, valued at a minimum of $900, is available to an undergraduate student who meets the following criteria:

  • is enrolled in full-time studies (9 units or more) in an honours or major program in the department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology;
  • is in good academic standing; and
  • has overcome medical, personal, financial adversity or other obstacles.

Applications must include:

  • a letter outlining the applicant's overcoming of adversity; and,
  • a letter of reference attesting to this.

The award will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon the nomination of the Chair, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.

Additional Nomination Instructions: One award available at $1,400.



Term: 1217 - 2021 Fall
Deadline Date: September 10, 2021

Terms of Reference:

The award, valued at a minimum of $900, is available to an undergraduate student who meets the following criteria:

  • is enrolled in full-time studies (9 units or more) in an honours or major program in the department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology;
  • is in good academic standing; and
  • has demonstrated positive contributions for the SFU and BPK community including university engagement, leadership, volunteerism, team work and/ or ambassadorship of BPK to the external community and/ or mentorship to other students.

Applications must include:

  • a resume including the candidate's community/volunteer service activities; and,
  • two letters of reference from individuals who can verify the community/volunteer service and the impact of the applicant's role in that service.

The award will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee upon the nomination of the Chair, Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.

Additional Nomination Instructions: One award available at $1,700.



Term: 1217 - 2021 Fall
Deadline Date: September 10, 2021

Terms of Reference:

One award, valued at a minimum of $1,000, will be granted annually in any term to an undergraduate student who meets the following criteria:

  • is enrolled full-time in a Bachelor's degree program in the department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology;
  • is in good academic standing; and
  • has demonstrated a commitment to the well-being of rural or suburban communities through community engagement, leadership, volunteerism, research, and/or work experience completed anywhere in British Columbia including the Lower Mainland.

Preference may be given to students who are originally from rural communities or plan to practice in a rural community after graduation.

Applications must include:

  • a resume outlining the applicant's demonstrated involvement as it pertains to BPK and connects to the well being of rural or suburban communities; and,
  • a letter of reference from someone who can verify the involvement and the impact of the applicant's role.

The award will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Chair of the Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology.

Additional Nomination Instructions: One award available at $1,500.

COVID-19 Information

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Information On SFU'S Response to Covid-19
Your best resource – for students, staff & faculty:  SFU’s COVID-19 FAQ.  If you have a question about SFU’s response that is not covered in the FAQ, please email it to   The team will work to get you an answer. If you have an organization-wide addition to the FAQs, please email your suggestion to Angela at      

Health & Counselling
Comprehensive health services, including COVID-19 & Mental Wellness found here

* Faculty & Staff support

Stay safe and continue to support each other!

Academic announcements

Welcome Guides for International and Newcomer Students

These step-by-step guides are tailored for new international and newcomer students from different pathways. Download your checklist and complete all the required steps as you prepare to start your studies at SFU. Learn more:

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Academic Advising

***  All in-person advising is cancelled.  Remote advising will continue.  Log into Science's new Advisor Link with your SFU Computing ID and password and book academic advising appointments online. 

**  Please have Academic Transcripts on-hand for appointments.  Follow this link for instructions:

BPK Advising hours are as follows:




10am – 11:40am


10am – 11:40am
2pm – 3pm


10am – 11:40am
2pm - 3pm


10am - 11am
2pm – 3:40pm

Zoom Drop-in advising for quick (< 10 minutes) questions

Day Zoom Drop-in
Monday 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Wednesday 3:15pm - 4:15pm

If you are not available for drop-in times, or are unable to make an appointment, you may contact the academic advisor here. When contacting the advisor, please always include your full first and last name, your student number, and attach your advising transcript. Download your advising transcript from your student centre at go.sfu.caFollow this think for instructions:


Fall 2021 Courses - Seats Available

GEOG 340 (3) - Queer Geographies

Looking for an interesting upper division elective for Fall 2021?  Check out this new offering from the Department of Geography!  

What does sexuality have to do with spaces and places? Join Geography Assistant Professor, May Farrales, to examine how sexual norms and queerness are defined and defied through different geographies. Learn how Black, Indigenous, and queers of colour think about and build social movements at the intersection of sexuality, space, and place. 
Prerequisite: At least 45 units, including GEOG 100.

PSYC 106 D100 - The Science of Sleep (3); B-SOC

Th 4:30 PM – 7:20 PM  at SWH 10041, Burnaby
No prerequisites
Instructor: Ralph Mistlberger

Sleep is a behaviour that occupies a third of our lives and is essential for our health and well-being, but we do not yet understand why. How much sleep do we really need, and what happens if we get too little or too much (if there is such a thing)? Through this course, students will be introduced to concepts and methods in psychology, biology and the health sciences, and will learn how best to manage their own sleep.

More Courses >>


  • CA 241 Creative Coding Lab (3)
    Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:30 AM – 11:20 AM (GCA 2345, GOLDCORP)
    Instructor: Arne Eigenfeldt
    Prerequisite: CA 143 or permission of instructor.
    Please contact for permission to enroll.
  • CMPT 115 - Exploring Computing Science
    The course is intended for students studying in a disciplines outside of Computing Science, and is an approved breadth-science course.

  • GSWS 100-3 Sex Talk:  Introduction to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies (B-Hum) | Leung
    GSWS 100 introduces students to major contemporary issues in sexuality studies through an exploration of how sex is portrayed, talked about, and evaluated in different media and cultural contexts. Topics covered include: an overview of sexuality theories; media culture and sexualization; social media and the public/private boundaries of sex; sex on screen; sexual identity in media; sexual identity and consumer culture; trans media and non-binary language of gender; technology and the future of sex.
    No prerequisites!

  • GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Patterson (Surrey)
    Should sex work be legalized? Is pornography sexist? How is gender and sexuality portrayed in popular culture? If you are interested in the ways we live as gendered beings in Canadian society, then GSWS 101 will be of interest to you.
    No prerequisites!

  • GSWS 333-4 Environment, Colonization, and Global Capitalist Dispossession | Salimjan
    This course takes a feminist geographic and decolonizing approach to critique the practices of place-making, social control, and settler colonial dispossession in the border regions of the People’s Republic of China, as well as the complicities of global capitalism resulting from resource depletion, environmental crises, and human rights abuses. We examine how place is not neutral but is a social construction imbued in power relations of imperial conquest, racial and gender imagination, official and banal nationalism.

  • GSWS 433-4 Gender, Violence, Resistance | Marchbank (Surrey)
    This seminar-based course provides a gendered analysis of violence and resistance to violence. It ranges from a gendered understanding of political states through to individual experiences, institutional situations and militarized aspects. We will address violence and resistance through feminist perspectives and use theories from critical studies of masculinity to come to an interdisciplinary understanding of the course themes.
    Students who do not meet the prerequisites can email to ask about a waiver.

  • INDG 111 D100 – Introduction to Participatory Indigenous Research Methods
    Wed 1:30-2:20pm, Fri 12:30-2:20pm
    Burnaby campus, SWH 9095
    PREREQ: INDG (or FNST) 101 or 201W
    Students in need of prerequisite waivers are encouraged to contact the respective course instructor (contact info in the link above)

  • INDG 222 D100 – Special Topics in Indigenous Studies: Introduction to Public Policy
    Thu 2:30-5:20pm
    Burnaby campus, BLU 9655
    PREREQ: INDG (or FNST) 101
    Students in need of prerequisite waivers are encouraged to contact the respective course instructor (contact info in the link above)

  • IS 105 D100 Around the World through Film
    IS 105 explores how contemporary economic, and political challenges shape and reflect the aspirations and struggles of ordinary people in countries around the world. Using both fiction and documentary film as a way of grounding ourselves in the material worlds outside of North America the class will consider specific sites of global interconnection. Non-IS students can use this course towards their B-Soc or B-Hum requirements.

Opportunity for BPK 498 (Directed Study - Experiential) in Clinical Pedorthics

Dr. Dave Clarke (BPK Faculty member) and Dr. Michael Ryan, a certified pedorthist, Head of Product, Brand and Innovation at The Kintec Group, and Adjunct Professor in BPK, are offering a co-supervised directed study (BPK 498) in clinical pedorthics for the Fall 2021 term. The goal of the course is for the student to learn the process of clinical research in the field of pedorthics. The principal responsibility of the student will be to assist with a study that evaluates the success of a novel proprietary insole design intended for patients with knee osteoarthritis, and to prepare a research report on the findings. Details here.

Eligibility and how to apply:

To apply, please email BOTH Dr. Michael Ryan ( and Dr. Dave Clarke ( the following materials:

  • a cover letter stating your interest, commitment, and highlights of your qualifications.
  • an up-to-date advising transcript
  • an up-to-date resume/CV
  • the names and contacts of up to three references, at least one from an academic setting and one from a community-based employment or volunteer setting.

CLICK HERE for full detail

MSc or PhD in Exercise Physiology

Are you interested in pursuing an MSc or PhD in exercise physiology at the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation at St. Paul’s Hospital?

The Cardiopulmonary Exercise Physiology (CPEP) Laboratory is recruiting new students interested in pursuing graduate studies in human exercise physiology.  The CPEP laboratory is located within the world renowned UBC Centre for Heart Lung Innovation at St. Paul’s Hospital.  The lab studies the physiological mechanisms and management of exercise limitation and breathlessness across the full spectrum of health and fitness, including elite athletes to those suffering from chronic cardiorespiratory diseases.  Students will work under the mentorship of Dr. Jordan Guenette and will collaborate with physicians, scientists, and graduate students from multiple institutions around the world.  The following links provide more details about these exciting opportunities:

MSc position:

PhD position:

Study in French at SFU - FSL Bursary Program $3000

It’s rewarding to be bilingual!

Are you a newly admitted first-year student commencing your undergraduate studies this Fall 2020?
Parles-tu français? Have you considered continuing your studies in French? Pourquoi pas?

You could be eligible for a $3,000 bursary.

Check out SFU’s undergraduate programs in French.

Contact the Department of French student advisor, Hélène Pouliot, to discuss your options.

FSL Bursary Program Eligibility:
As a first-year student, you would be eligible if

  • you are a Canadian citizen or have permanent residency
  • English is your first official language spoken
  • you are studying full-time for the academic year, both Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 terms
  • over the two terms, an average of 50% of your courses and related activities are in French
  • you enroll in an undergraduate program option taught in French (which could be in addition to your program of admission)

See the full list of eligibility criteria and details about related activities in French:

Find out more about the FSL Bursary Program.

You can apply online now until September 19, 2021!

The Bursaries for Postsecondary Studies in French as a Second Language Program (FSL Bursary Program), administered by the Association des collèges et université de la francophonie canadienne (ACUFC), is designed to encourage English-speaking students to pursue post-secondary studies in French. This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.


Motivational Interviewing - Level 1

Motivational Interviewing - Level 1 (via Zoom) Hosted by Alberta Kinesiology Association.

Starts: 11 Sep 2021 @ 9:00am MDT
Ends: 12 Sep 2021 @ 4:00pm MDT

Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be provided with a Level 1 certificate in Motivational Interviewing.

What is Motivational Interviewing?
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based, client-centred directive therapeutic approach that elicits behavioural change by assisting clients identify and resolve ambivalence about attitudes and ideas. MI has been used in a variety of clinical settings and has been applied to various health conditions. MI is effective in reducing maladaptive behaviours such as alcohol abuse, drug addiction, and smoking and in promoting healthy behaviour change such as weight loss, medication adherence, increasing physical activity, and return to work. The applicability of MI across a variety of issues, its brief and specific interactions, and practical use in combination with other active treatment methods has intrigued many health care practitioners and led to explorations of the utility of MI in other areas of health care practice.

Motivational Interviewing Course Description:

This two-day workshop uses a combination of active learning, group work, and practice activities to develop basic skills in how to identify and address ambivalence and reduce discord with clients using the fundamental processes of MI. This workshop will encourage participants to consider how the evidence-based client-centred approach of MI can be applied in their practice.

Registration closes September 9, 2021 @ 11:59pm (MST)

CLICK HERE for details and registration

Global Connections Program

Be part of the Global Community at SFU! Join the Global Connections Program to take advantage of 1-on-1 and group mentorship opportunities. You will also meet other SFU students through various virtual events and socials during the term. Visit the program website to learn more and register:

Research participant recruitment

Employment Opportunities

Academics First Tutoring Program

Academic Tutors are on-call paid positions for graduate and undergraduate students committed to working with individual student-athletes, Indigenous students and refugee students in a variety of disciplines, helping them understand course concepts as well as developing and improving their academic learning strategies. The posting is up via myInvolvement (Job ID 5540):

More info on how to apply here:

Application deadline: August 31, 2021

Full-time continuing Lab Coordinator position with the Department of Health Sciences at Carleton University

The Department of Health Sciences at Carleton University is recruiting a full-time continuing Lab Coordinator to design and oversee the undergraduate labs for the BHSc program.  The laboratory coordinator is responsible for developing laboratory material of undergraduate HLTH 3302 Immunity and Immune-Related Disorder and HLTH 3303 Molecular and Cellular Pathology II courses offered by the Department of Health Sciences.

Details about the position can be found here
All applications are submitted to the Department of Human Resources via this link, and must be submitted by September 7, 2021.


Learning Buddies Network

Learning Buddies Network (LBN) is a non profit organization dedicated to helping elementary school students develop essential literacy and math skills through free one on one, after school mentoring. We reach children who otherwise would not have the help they need. Our goals are to enhance self-esteem through improvement in academic skills, and to ignite a passion for learning in a safe and caring environment.

We are looking for Reading and Math Mentors to work with elementary-school aged buddies in our Reading and Math Programs. By volunteering with LBN, volunteers take on significant responsibilities and develop leadership, communication and organization skills. Mentors have the opportunity to work directly with one child and develop a supportive mentoring relationship that will help foster building their learning skills, self-esteem, and a positive attitude.

All training and sessions will be held online via the Zoom Meeting platform.

Mentor Training:

  • Math Mentor Training Part 1: Saturday, September 25th @5-7pm
  • Reading Mentor Training Part 1: Sunday, September 26th @5-7pm
  • Math Mentor Training Part 2: Saturday, October 2nd @5-7pm
  • Reading Mentor Training Part 2: Sunday, October 3rd @5-7pm
  • Orientation: Week of October 4th (Oct 4th and 5th for orientation, 5th and 6th for Social)

Program: October 11th - December 17th
Our program will be running during the 4 following times:

  1. Mon/Wed: from 3:30-4:45pm
  2. Mon/Wed: from 5:00-6:15pm
  3. Tues/Thurs: from 3:30-4:45pm
  4. Tues/Thurs: from 5:00-6:15pm

Applications are open from August 15th - September 15th. Please visit to apply.

Please contact Maya at with any questions or concerns.

Science in Action Volunteers

The Faculty of Science’s “Science in Action” offers science education to BC high school and elementary students, teachers, and the general public. Through various workshops/activities and tours, we are able to share our laboratories, classrooms, and the expertise of our researchers. Most importantly, our community engagement programs demonstrate SFU's commitment to advance science literacy and inspire curiosity and wonder in our next generation of scientists. More information can be found on our website.

We are looking for Science in Action Volunteers who can assist our workshop instructors in running LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED experiments/activities and virtual lab tours. These are usually held during K-12 school hours, and all activities are being transitioned to the online platform, in lieu of in-person campus visits. Volunteers may be helping out with online activity instructions, Q&A moderating, material set up, discussion sessions and peer mentoring opportunities.

Fall 2021: This opportunity is recognized on the Co-Curricular Record (CCR), an official university document that tracks your co-curricular involvement at SFU. Learn more about the Co-Curricular Record here.

Apply here:

Both NEW and RETURNING volunteers are welcome to apply!

Application Deadline: August 31st 2021

For any inquiries, email:



DISCLAIMER: The Department of BPK is forwarding these opportunities as we receive them, however we strongly encourage you to research and obtain information regarding the reputation of organizations, the terms and conditions of employment or service, as well as to understand your rights and responsibilities. The Department does not endorse any specific individuals, organizations, products, programs or services. If you have questions on the above please contact If you see any suspicious postings or hiring practices, please notify us immediately.