Greetings from your College of Engineering and Physical Sciences Student Council!
Hello everyone! Here’s your monthly edition of the CEPSSC Newsletter, coming in just in time for Reading Week! Take a study break and read on…
1. Club Updates
Come to our “Love is Love” photo booth event this Wednesday (Valentine’s Day) in the Thorn Atrium from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. It’s by donation, pay whatever you can — every bit helps!
See you all there 💖🌈💖
More info on Rainbow Railroad here: https://www.rainbowrailroad.ca/
2. CEPSSC Winter Event: CEPSSC on Ice!
The event will end at 3 pm officially, but you are welcome to join the group as we move somewhere for a nice hot beverage afterwards.This is perfect for anyone who is sticking around for reading week or is planning on coming back early!
Check out the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/148204812487421/
3. What’s Happening on Campus this Month
Fall 2018 Peer Helper Opportunities – apply by Feb 14!
Want to boost your resume with new experiences? The Peer Helper Program is now recruiting for placements starting in Fall 2018… and this is one of our biggest recruitment cycles ever!
We’re looking for 93 new Peer Helpers to join over 15 different teams… and each one is a little different. For example, you could help students with their job search at Career Services, promote a healthy campus with the Wellness Education Centre, or share your love of learning with Supported Learning Groups (SLG) or Learning Services! Other teams include: Off-Campus Living, English Language Programs, Multi-Faith Ambassadors, Civic Engagement and Sustainability Office. With this much choice, there’s something for every interest!
Benefits include professional skill development, quality training and coaching from campus staff, and recognition of participation on your official academic transcript. Join a campus legacy of students helping students.
The application deadline is Wednesday, February 14, 2018. Full details and team descriptions at: www.peer.uoguelph.ca.
The Student Transition Office (STO) is currently looking to hire 20 START Facilitators for its peer support program. In this role, facilitators will provide on-going one-on-one assistance to students who self-identify as needing support with their transition or who have been identified as being academically at risk. Upper year students who have significant experience in leadership roles that emphasize helping relationships, and who possess a strong understanding of, and sensitivity toward, diversity related issues are strongly encouraged to apply.
Please refer to the link below for more information about job qualifications, responsibilities, and the application process:
Any questions about this position can be directed to Nancy Hood, firstname.lastname@example.org.
That’s all for February —