The Faculty of Arts & Humanities and The Student Success Centre are pleased to . Job Shadow is a specific model of experiential learning that gives students a first-hand look at a work environment within a chosen field. Job Shadow offers you a chance to engage with professionals who might aid in your academic decision-making and post-graduate career planning.
Job Shadow hosts will represent a range of professions relevant to a student with an Arts & Humanities degree, and all opportunities will be located in Southwestern Ontario.
We hope you will consider this exciting opportunity to explore a job that interests you, build your professional network, and ask important questions that may direct your future! Questions can be forwarded to mailto:email@example.com.
The web address for CareerCentral is: https://www.westerncareercentral.ca/home.htm
Word Hoard as a community space, is a journal based at Western University and open to all Arts and Humanities scholars. Click here for more information.
Volunteer with the Violence Prevention Program ?Good Intentions???
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Thames Valley District School Board "Stand By Me" Program
Stand by Me" is a program to provide a caring adult mentor for children in Grades 1-7 who have been identified as at risk, either academically and/or socially. Mentors are caring adults from the community who volunteer to make a difference in the life of a student. Mentors provide children with friendship, reinforcement, academic support, and act as a role model. They help children develop life skills and encourage them to make healthy choices.
Time Commitment: Mentors are required to commit to meet with their student one hour each week, scheduled at the child's school during regular school hours.
Training Information: A 2 hour training session for the mentoring program will be provided by Thames Valley DSB Safe Schools Learning Coordinators. A manual will be provided to all volunteers at the training session providing Mentors with important background information, as well as a variety of activities that could be done with the student.
Police Background Check: Prior to the training, we require volunteers to have a current police background check. A copy of the police background check must be provided at the training. For more information on applying for your police check, you can visit www.police.london.ca or by phone at 519-661-5670.
Date of Training Session: There are 2 sessions offered, but you only need to register and attend one session
Friday, October 18th, 1:30-3:30 pm TC 342 (Talbot College)
Monday, October 22nd, 1:30-3:30 pm UCC 66 (University Community Centre)
There is a limited number of available spaces at these training sessions, so please register asap if you are interested.
Registration for Training Session:
To register for one of the above training sessions, please e-mail Jessie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 519-452-2000 ext. 20044 with the following information:
4. Telephone Number:
5. Training Session: (Friday or Monday)
6. Yes, I will provide a copy of my completed police check at the training.
7. Yes, I will provide contact information for 2 references at the training.
Thank you very much for your interest and feel free to bring a friend or roommate to the training. We look forward to hearing back from you!
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Support “Sexual Violence on Campus Awareness Week”
This student-lead initiative is supported by Act To End Violence Against Women, an organization dedicated to education, action and advocacy to end violence against women. They are asking Canadian universities and colleges to establish and sanction a Sexual Violence on Campus Awareness Week to take place in mid-September (at the discretion of individual institutions). This framework will allow each school to promote education, support, and activism-based initiatives tailored to the distinct needs of each student body.
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Get involved and sign their petition HERE.