Monthly Archives: February 2013

SFU Undergraduate Orientation Seeks Team Leaders

The Team Leaders work as a team to support the Orientation Coordinator – Burnaby Programs, with the recruitment, supervision, appreciation and mentoring of Orientation Leaders involved with Burnaby Orientation and the development and implementation of Orientation programs.  This role also contributes … Continue reading

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SoleFood Street Farm Apprenticeship

SoleFood Street Farms 2013 Apprenticeship Program Position: SoleFood Street Farm Apprenticeship Type: full-time internship with monthly stipend, university/college credit possible (see below) Organization: SoleFood Street Farms http://solefoodfarms.com Location: Vancouver, British Columbia An internship at SoleFood Street Farms is for individuals … Continue reading

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Social Innovation Case Competition Finals

SICC is an annual case competition open to students in all faculties that focuses on the growing need for social innovation and brings together some of the brightest SFU undergraduate students to address social issues and present potential solutions to … Continue reading

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Framing Social Problems to mobilize beyond your base

Hey Change-Makers, Do you often feel frustrated when the social issues you care about do not gain traction with the wider public? If so, please come join us for this workshop facilitated by Shannon Dubb, CCPA Communications Director. In this … Continue reading

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Democracy Talks

SFU Public Square has recently partnered with Samara to bring Democracy Talks to British Columbia; Democracy Talks is a series of research- focused discussions that provide Canadians, youth and newcomers in particular, with: –       A platform to discuss what healthy … Continue reading

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Why Idle No More with First Nations Chief Satsan

    Why Idle No More with First Nations Chief Satsan The Beedie School of Business and Simon Fraser University’s Public Square are honoured to host Satsan (Herb George), hereditary chief of the Frog Clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation, as … Continue reading

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