volunteer

  • Students-at-Large – SU Committees

    MacEwan Student Centre  |   On Campus  |   Posted August 22, 2018

    You don’t need to be elected to participate in student government! The Students’ Legislative Council (SLC) delegates specific authority and responsibilities to committees to make their workload more manageable. SLC committees help the SU develop policy, administer programs, and engage with the needs of the student body. More importantly, many of these committees offer opportunities for non-elected […]

  • Get Out the Vote – Provincial Election Campaign Coordinators

    MacEwan Student Centre  |   On Campus  |   Posted August 14, 2018

    As part of a team of campaign coordinators, volunteers in this position will play a key role in executing the SU’s Get Out the Vote (GOTV) direct voter contact strategy. As a Provincial Election Campaign Coordinator, you will encourage democratic participation among students and increase the influence they have with the provincial government. Drawing from […]

  • Students for Literacy

    MacEwan Student Centre  |   On Campus  |   Posted August 14, 2018

    The goal of the Students for Literacy (SFL) program that aims to improve the basic English skills – reading, writing, speaking, and listening – in two types of adult learners: (1) ESL Learners, and (2) developmental disability (DD) learners. With the assistance of the SFL coordinators, volunteers are trained and equipped with skills and tools […]

  • Volunteer Tax Program

    MacEwan Student Centre  |   On Campus  |   Posted August 14, 2018

    The SU Volunteer Tax Program (VTP) provides personal income tax training to its volunteers and assists low-income individuals and families in the community in filing their tax returns at no cost. The VTP makes a measurable difference in the campus community, saving clients more than $32,000 each year, while giving program volunteers valuable tax return […]

  • Alternative Spring Break

    Various locations  |   Off Campus  |   Posted August 14, 2018

    Alternative Spring Break (ASB) provides students with the opportunity to sample volunteer positions through local organizations that strive to make Calgary a better place every Winter semester. Interacting with people affected by poverty or disabilities, learning about environmental issues and exploring culture and diversity within our city are some examples of the opportunities offered through […]