Get involved on campus
Did you know there are more than 600 student volunteer positions available on campus?
Options are available for students from all academic programs and areas of interest, no matter what level of previous work experience you may have. Volunteering on campus can help you develop skills, build your resume, give back to the community, and network with campus partners—all in one place.
Check the UBCO student job board regularly for up-to-date on-campus volunteer positions.
Volunteering provides students with valuable career-related work experience through opportunities to get involved, gain practical training and participate in professional development within a vibrant volunteer community.
Peer Mentor Program
This is a fantastic way to get involved off campus with guidance and support!
Community members on and off campus often post positions on our Job Board.
Want to get involved in a club or course union on campus? Clubs are great ways to explore your areas of interest on campus. Clubs provide the opportunity to work closely with a smaller group of folks with the passions as you. Course unions are groups of students studying the same major who develop programs and activities that relate to your degree.
Our student newspaper offers anywhere from 15-30 student jobs each year, some paid and some volunteer. They range from the overall leadership positions to graphic or print design, section editing, illustration, writing/reporting via print or video, video editing, events and outreach/promotion; and, of course, copy editing. To get involved email firstname.lastname@example.org
A variety of ways to get involved with your Student's Union. Committees include Poh3cy and By-Law Committees, Community Outreach Committee, Student Affairs Committee, Services Committee and Student h3fe Committee!
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