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Students without Borders Information Session

February 19, 2016
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In support of SFU's longstanding partnership with the World University Service of Canada’s (WUSC), SFU International invites you to join us for an information session on volunteering with Uniterra/WUSC for the Students without Borders program.

Wednesday, February 24
12–1:30 pm
Room 126, Halpern Centre, Burnaby campus

The Students Without Borders® (SWB) program offers many exciting opportunities to contribute to global development efforts. Students and recent graduates are recruited to work with a local partner organization for 3 to 12 months. Many interns fulfill co-op placement requirements or receive academic credits towards their degree or diploma.

Barb Hogan, Senior Program Advisor and Vicki Campbell, the Talent Acquisition and Recruitment Officer from the Uniterra/WUSC Program will talk about the program and answer students' questions. 

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