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Spark Chats: How do I balance it all?

At our first Spark Chat of the year, you'll connect with other new students and learn from upper year student leaders who will share their experience balancing academics, extracurriculars, health, social life, and more. They'll also be available to answer any other questions you may have one month into your UBC Sauder journey.

Attended The Spark? Catch up with your Spark group. Didn't attend The Spark? Not a problem, we're making new groups. Want to join a friend's group? Sure!

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2018 Spark Exec recruitment - Facebook Live stream info session

The Spark is hiring two co-chairs and eight directors for the 2018 Exec Planning Committee. Lauren Venema, the staff advisor for The Spark, will be providing more information about what it's like working on the Spark Exec Team during a Facebook Live stream. Tune in to The Spark Facebook page to learn more and ask your questions.

Watch the Facebook Live stream @TheSparkatSauder
Date: Monday, September 25
Time: 4:00pm

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Get Connected community building events

Get Connected is a chance for students to come together and meet their peers. There will be free food, activities, and the opportunity to connect and build community (hosted by the Equity and Inclusion Office and brought to you by the Student Diversity Initiative).

Transfer Students
Date: September 19, 2017
Time: 5:00 to 7:00pm
Location: Chilcotin Board Room (Rm 256), Irving K. Barber Learning Centre

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UBC Farm workshops

The UBC Farm offers 35-50 workshops per year, ranging from 1.5-3 hours to full-length short courses. Topics range from food production (gardening/farming, foraging, mushroom cultivation, aquaponics), food transformation (cooking, preserving, canning, cheese & beer making, baking), and other sustainable living skills (making fiber, craft-making, creating school gardens). 

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International Service Learning Program

Looking for a way to get some experience and learn how to apply your knowledge beyond the classroom? The International Service Learning Program administered by the Office of Regional and International Community Engagement at UBC (ORICE) has course-based and co-curricular experiences which can help you do just that! 

ORICE programs explore regional and international community engagement through course-based placements, community-led development programs, and more.

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