Get Involved

Student Unions

Every program in the Faculty has its own student union or association: join yours today to meet your fellow students, enjoy social activities and develop your event-planning skills by developing a field trip, planning research presentations, or whatever you can dream up to do! 

Archaeology Student Society 

Bachelor of Environment Student Union

Environmental Science Student Union 

Geography Student Union

WHAT DO ENVIRONMENTORS DO?

  • Provide guidance, support, and advice to new SFU students (buddies) through the sharing of your own SFU experience.
  • Keep in touch with your first-year buddies through face-to-face, email or phone interactions throughout the year.
  • Provide information on resources to help new students succeed socially and academically at SFU.
  • Attend or promote campus-wide and faculty/departmental/program-specific events to your buddy on a regular basis.


WHY SHOULD YOU BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTOR?

  • Gain leadership, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Feel more connected to the SFU community, faculty, or department.
  • Contribute to the SFU community by supporting other students and helping to create a sense of community.
  • Gain access to various professional development opportunities to enhance your experience at SFU.
  • Gain recognition on SFU's official Co-Curricular Record (CCR) upon fulfillment of all responsibilities.


WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTOR?

All continuing undergraduate students with a minimum completion of 30 units at SFU and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 who are:

  • pursuing a degree program in the Faculty of Environment;
  • demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills;
  • demonstrate strong organizational and time management skills;
  • prompt, reliable and responsible with the ability to exercise sound judgment;
  • positive, enthusiastic, and passionate about SFU (and the Faculty of Environment);
  • respectful and inclusive and enjoy working with a diverse group of people;
  • knowledgeable about various resources at SFU.

Note: Students completing Co-op, Exchange, or Field School are eligible for this position.

WHAT DO ENVIRONMENTORS DO?

  • Provide guidance, support, and advice to new SFU students (buddies) through the sharing of your own SFU experience.
  • Keep in touch with your first-year buddies through face-to-face, email or phone interactions throughout the year.
  • Provide information on resources to help new students succeed socially and academically at SFU.
  • Attend or promote campus-wide and faculty/departmental/program-specific events to your buddy on a regular basis.

WHY SHOULD YOU BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTOR?

  • Gain leadership, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Feel more connected to the SFU community, faculty, or department.
  • Contribute to the SFU community by supporting other students and helping to create a sense of community.
  • Gain access to various professional development opportunities to enhance your experience at SFU.
  • Gain recognition on SFU's official Co-Curricular Record (CCR) upon fulfillment of all responsibilities

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTOR?

Be a continuing undergraduate student with a minimum completion of 30 units at SFU and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50.

  • Be pursuing a degree program in the Faculty of Environment.
  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Be prompt, reliable and responsible with the ability to exercise sound judgment.
  • Be positive, enthusiastic, and passionate about SFU (and the Faculty of Environment).
  • Be respectful and inclusive and enjoy working with a diverse group of people.
  • Be knowledgeable about various resources at SFU.
  • Note: Students completing Co-op, Exchange, or Field School are eligible for this position.

WHAT DO ENVIRONMENTORS DO?

  • Provide guidance, support, and advice to new SFU students (buddies) through the sharing of your own SFU experience.
  • Keep in touch with your first-year buddies through face-to-face, email or phone interactions throughout the year.
  • Provide information on resources to help new students succeed socially and academically at SFU.
  • Attend or promote campus-wide and faculty/departmental/program-specific events to your buddy on a regular basis.

WHY SHOULD YOU BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTOR?

  • Gain leadership, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Feel more connected to the SFU community, faculty, or department.
  • Contribute to the SFU community by supporting other students and helping to create a sense of community.
  • Gain access to various professional development opportunities to enhance your experience at SFU.
  • Gain recognition on SFU's official Co-Curricular Record (CCR) upon fulfillment of all responsibilities

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO BECOME AN ENVIRONMENTOR?

Be a continuing undergraduate student with a minimum completion of 30 units at SFU and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50.

  • Be pursuing a degree program in the Faculty of Environment.
  • Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Be prompt, reliable and responsible with the ability to exercise sound judgment.
  • Be positive, enthusiastic, and passionate about SFU (and the Faculty of Environment).
  • Be respectful and inclusive and enjoy working with a diverse group of people.
  • Be knowledgeable about various resources at SFU.
  • Note: Students completing Co-op, Exchange, or Field School are eligible for this position.

For more information about the role and to learn about the application process, visit:
https://www.sfu.ca/students/get-involved/programs-and-opportunities/environmentors.html

Will you be a new student in the Faculty of Environment starting Fall 2018? Visit our new student page for more details.

Questions? Contact Amy at afarahba@sfu.ca