Below you will find some resources for volunteering on campus, outside of the programs offered at the Student Success Centre:
Are you living in Residence at Western? CSL opportunities are available throughout the year, organized by Residence Staff, the Residents’ Council and Sophs! Opportunities include Residence Service Days & a Residence Field Trip.
“McIntosh Gallery has many different opportunities for volunteers to get involved, meet interesting people, and learn more about art and gallery practices. Volunteer positions can be tailored to fit your interest in visitor services, special events, archives or curatorial research.”
“Western is our community – our home. Whether this is your first year or your last, take the opportunity to open your mind to the possibilities this school holds for you. Your University Students’ Council plays a big role in creating those possibilities. USC Coordinators and their Committee Members are valued volunteers.
Fall Preview Day & March Break Open House
Learning it Together (LiT) is a dynamic, volunteer-driven health promotion program that aims to improve early literacy, numeracy, and healthy living skills through mentorship and role modeling. LiT pairs a university age mentor with a London elementary school student of lower socio-economic status in grades one or two and guides them through a unique eight-week after school program. LiT is entirely designed and implemented by students from Western University, and offers students the chance to make a positive impact on the life of a London child while gaining practical experience in a health promotion program.
Purple Bikes is a non-profit cycling co-operative on campus where anyone and everyone can access affordable DIY repairs, bicycle rentals, advice, and training. Volunteers are needed to help other members with repairs as well as helping maintain the rental fleet. Training is provided if you have no prior experience!
Immigration and Discrimination Laboratory
In this laboratory, we examine immigration and cultural diversity; stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination; intergroup relations; ethnic relations; and the experiences of disadvantaged groups in society. We are looking for motivated students who are interested in carrying out psychology studies, data entry, and library research.
For more information on our lab please visit our website at: https://esseslab.com/
Please apply with resume, cover letter, and an unofficial transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org