Familiarize yourself with Exceptional Opportunities for Involvement on Campus

Leadership, Clubs, Student Society and Governance, Athletics, Residence Life and More!

Familiarize yourself with Exceptional Opportunities for Involvement on Campus

Leadership, Clubs, Student Society and Governance, Athletics, Residence Life and More!

INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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We encourage you to seek neat opportunities like those listed below on your own campus. You can start your search using the following keywords: clubs, recreation and leadership.

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Blueprints for Student Success in Colleges and Universities 2014

We have taken a smattering of initiatives and programs encountered during our visits to campuses and posted them here. Please check them out and discover what is available on your campus.

Ryerson University

#RoadtoRyerson

Initiated in 2014, #RoadtoRyerson is a social media platform that invites incoming 1st year students to share their stories as they prepare for life at university. Following their narratives as they move into residence, experience Orientation week, and attend their first university classes, #RoadtoRyerson is a powerful way to engage new students. The campaign was such a success, that plans to increase resources and impact for the incoming class of first-year students in 2015/2016 is underway.

University of Guelph-Humber

Kick Start

Kick Start is a one-day program in July, designed to help with the transition from secondary to postsecondary education. It gives new students the opportunity to get information, form friendships and explore the campus. Kick Start includes seperate programs for both new students and family members.

Conestoga College

Connect!

Connect! is a series of 7 interactive leadership workshops designed to help students develop the essential leadership skills needed to effectively participate in a rapidly changing workforce and world. By focusing on the three theme areas:

Connect with yourself, connect with others, connect with your community

Students improve their skills, develop new understandings, and enhance their abilities to positively impact their college, local, and global communities.

Memorial University

Make Midterm Matter

Make Midterm Matter is a co-curricular service-learning event that runs each semester at Memorial University. This event is an opportunity for students to spend a day of their midterm break giving back to various organizations in the community. Throughout the day, students develop team-building skills and reflect on their experiences; giving students a chance to discuss questions that arise out of their volunteer experience and consider the ways in which they can effect change within their communities.

Ryerson University

Emotion-Focused Therapy Group

In an era defined by how often your status update has been 'liked' Ryerson University provides a unique group where students counter self-criticism, increase their confidence and self-compassion, and feel seen, understood, and accepted by their peers. Participants are encouraged to take down the 'mask' that they wear out in the world and understand, just like them, everyone around them has a story.