Get Out There! Community placements for LFS students – due Sept 23, 2016

Get Out There! Community placements for Land and Food Systems students

Looking to get involved this year? A weekly Trek placement with a non-profit organization can enable you to learn more about community issues, apply your academics in the real world, build lasting connections, and make a difference. There’s a placement to match your interests, schedule, and career goals.

The UBC Learning Exchange facilitates computer drop in programs, ESL conversation talking circles, and other programs. They’re committed to sharing skills and building community.

Hastings Kids First is a referral-based after-school program focused on supporting children’s academic and social emotional needs. The program provides a safe, structured environment for students to receive help with their school work and the opportunity to experience a range of healthy activities provided by caring adults.

Learn about our other placements on our website or by attending an information session on September 12 (4:00-6:30pm, Henry Angus 098), September 15 (3:30-6:00pm, AERL 120) or September 21 (4:00-6:30pm, Henry Angus 098), where you’ll meet with community partners. Apply online by September 23, 2016.


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