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RecrearMagnify 2018

Recrear is a Canadian charity composed of a network of young professionals from around the world. By designing and implementing participatory youth-led research, they work to create active youth engagement in community development. 

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What Does Reconciliation Mean to You

Join an open conversation with Cindy Charleyboy (Theatre for Living) on how our everyday meanings and actions play a role in Reconciliation.

This is an opportunity for UBC students to engage with the “What now?” question of Reconciliation, exploring how it permeates aspects of all our lives and compels everyday actions of honourable Reconciliation. 

Date: Tuesday, February 13
Time: 1:00 to 2:30pm
Location: Liu Institute, Multipurpose Room (6476 NW Marine Dr)

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BCom pancake breakfast & coffee

That's right, it's time for your free biannual dose of carbohydrates and caffeine served up by staff from the UGO, BCC, and CLC! Don't forget to bring your own mug for coffee, tea, or hot chocolate courtesy of the Commerce Engagement Ambassadors!

Date: Tuesday, February 6
Time: 10:00am to 12:30pm
Location: CPA Hall
Cost: FREE!

Spread the word

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Reach Out. Help is Available.

If you have concerns about your mental health, please reach out and connect to the supports available in our community. Support is available in person, over the phone, or via online chat. Visit thrive.ubc.ca to learn about resources and supports you can access today.

We all play a part in building a caring and supportive campus community. If you are worried about a friend, colleague, or family member, please reach out and help them connect to the resources available. Find out what signs to look for to identify someone in need at thrive.ubc.ca.

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UBC Sustainability Fair and Ambassador Program

The Sustainability Fair is an annual celebration of student and community initiatives in sustainability. It is organized by the UBC Sustainability Ambassadors and aims to inspire students, faculty and staff to become involved with sustainability. The fair is an interdisciplinary and intersectional event that will showcase businesses, organizations and student groups aiming to build a more equitable, livable and inclusive community.

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Reading Week projects

What are you doing this Reading Week? Get involved with your community by registering for a Reading Week project. These three-day long placements happen in the Lower Mainland and give students the opportunity to work in an environment that interests them, whether that be the outdoors, an elementary school, or a non-profit.

Apply by January 26, 2018. 

See available placements and apply now

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BCom student funding

The UBC Sauder School of Business and the Commerce Undergraduate Society value the enhancement of the student experience and have committed to provide funding to support students in their personal endeavors and student-led initiatives.

Funding is available to current BCom students in good academic standing to offset expenses for a variety of experiences, including but not limited to volunteering/service learning, case competitions (not already supported by UBC Sauder Faculty), conferences, personal/professional development, and student-led initiatives.

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Spark Chats: How to Get Involved

It’s that time of the year, and you may be wondering about getting involved with a club, program, or other leadership position for next year. But with so many opportunities how do you choose? It can be a bit overwhelming!

Come to Spark Chats to hear from upper year student leaders on their experiences of how they got involved and found where they belong. The BCC (Business Career Centre) will be there too to talk about how they can help you with your resumes, cover letters, interview preparation and more.

Date: Monday, January 15
Time: 5:45 to 7:00pm

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