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Volunteer Opportunity: UN Sustainability Development Goals Youth Training Day

July 13, 2017
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The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Youth Training (UNSDGYT) is a one-day event, conference style, for SFU students and youth in the community held in November 2017. The student members of the UNSDGYT planning committee will take the lead on organizing and implementing the event. With full support from SFU staff and faculty members, the student committee is responsible for shaping the vision for the training day. 

This is a great opportunity for student leaders to shine and gain tremendous leadership experience. Positions include Event Coordinator, Marketing Coordinator, Information Coordinator, Program Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, and Sponsorship Coordinator

Benefits include:

  • Training on a range of communication and event planning skills
  • Will be paired with a mentor (SFU staff/faculty member)
  • Letters of reference (upon request) for team members who demonstrate commitment, responsibility, and perform the requirements of the position
  • Gain valuable leadership experience
  • Participation tracked and recorded on SFU’s co-curricular record, myInvolvement 
  • Honorarium may be rewarded, to be determined 
The application deadline is Monday, July 17, 2017. For more information, please see the PDF below.

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