TOM:CSC Info Session

On September 29, 2017, the Calgary chapter of Tikkun Olam Makers – an organization focused on building devices to solve challenges for people (especially students) living with disabilities – is holding an information session.

Consult the poster for additional details.

Charmaine Letourneau Scholarship, deadline August 31, 2017

The Charmaine Letourneau Scholarship is awarded each year to a Deaf or Hard of Hearing person who will attend an academic or training program at a qualified institution. In 2016, two awards totalling $10,000 were provided, but number and value of awards may vary.

Priority is given to individuals who demonstrate involvement in Deaf and Hard of Hearing organizations, school or community leadership, commitment to and diligence in studies, and likelihood the program of study will lead to employment or further educational opportunities.

Additional information on eligibility and the application process is available on the scholarship website. The deadline to apply is August 31, 2017.

Women’s Resource Centre Peer Helper Positions

The Women’s Resource Centre is now recruiting Peer Helpers for the Fall 2017 semester. There are a number of positions available, including with the Community Outreach and Peer Support Team, the Events and Education Team, and the Male Allyship Team.

The deadline to apply is Tuesday, September 12, 2017. 

Consult the WRC for more information.

Society for Treatment of Autism – Summer Post-Secondary Preparation Program

This summer, The Society for Treatment of Autism is holding a comprehensive Post-Secondary Preparation program.

Dates: August 22 – September 1 (Tuesday – Friday) 1:00 – 3:30 pm
Location: The Ability Hub

This program covers the following topics:

  • Knowing Yourself
  • Decision Making
  • Disclosure and Self Advocacy
  • Career Planning
  • Demystifying the Application Process
  • Independent Living and Budgeting
  • Financial Planning and Assistance
  • Balancing Responsibility
  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Dealing with Conflict

For additional information on eligibility criteria and how to sign up, please visit the Ability Hub.

ESS Peer Mentorship Program

The Engineering Students’ Society is launching a new initiative this year to engage both upper year and incoming students. The ESS Peer Mentorship Program is designed to match incoming first year students with an upper year mentor based on their interests. The program can be very flexible with your schedules with three main events, and minimum two casual check ins with your mentee or mentor each semester.

Upper Years

  • Now that you’re old and wise, this is an opportunity to step into a mentor position, and exercise leadership while providing guidance to the next cohort of engineering students.  You will be matched with a mentee based on your department and involvements, which is a great chance to share your experiences while encouraging students to get involved.

 Upper Year Mentor Application

First Years

  • This is a fabulous chance to secure a friendly face on campus that knows the ins and outs of engineering and can be there for any questions throughout your first year.  Ask away any concerns you have, and learn more about departments and student clubs that interest you.

First Year Mentee Application 

We’re extremely excited to launch this program and spots are filling up quickly.  Applications will remain open until September, but sign up now to secure your spot.  The application takes no more than five minutes to complete, and ensures a chance to meet a friend you might not cross paths with otherwise!

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