UGO Student Experience Grants are available to current BCom students in good academic standing to cover up to 50% of the cost for a variety of experiences. These may include, but are not limited to:
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If you're struggling to get involved and find community at UBC, don't worry because Spark Chats is back and bigger than ever, featuring your favourite community dinner followed by a new conversation hub segment and dessert!
The CLC is looking for two students to join the Peer Assisted Study Session (PASS) team in Term 2 and lead sessions for COMM 294 Managerial Accounting.
Ideal candidates will have taken COMM 294 and retain a strong understanding of/interest in the material, have experience in facilitation or tutoring, and be excellent communicators.
Application deadline: Monday, November 12, 2018
Orientations 2019 is currently hiring seven Senior Orientation Leaders from UBC Sauder. This team will attend a weekend retreat in January with 50 other student leaders from across UBC, recruit and lead a group of 20-25 orientation leaders, and support the implementation of Imagine Day 2019. If you want to help execute a successful orientation for over 1000 new-to-Sauder students, build friendships with a team from various year levels, and gain experience that will set you up for future involvement opportunities and jobs, check out the full job description.
The Commerce Caller team welcomes newly admitted students to the BCom program, providing information about life at UBC Sauder from a student perspective and answering any questions new students may have.
Duration: January to April 2019 (5-10 hours/week)
Application deadline: Sunday, October 28, 2018
Do you remember your first Imagine UBC? Become a Senior Orientation Leader and help make Imagine 2019 unforgettable. We're looking for dynamic, positive students who love to work as a team and support each other!
Application deadline: Sunday, November 4, 2018
UGO Student Experience Grants are available to current BCom students in good academic standing to offset expenses for a variety of experiences.
The Dean's Student Advisory Council is composed of a diverse range of undergraduate students giving Dean Helsley the opportunity to increase dialogue directly with students on issues of importance. Typically students will meet once per month in a formal setting with some members of the School's leadership faculty and staff. Additional commitments for student participation include the opportunity to be part of working groups to drive key initiatives that impact student life and culture forward and are determined by committee members.
We're now accepting applications for The Spark 2019 planning committee. Available positions include two co-chairs and eight executives. You may have been part of The Spark team this year and want to challenge yourself in a new role with increased responsibility. If you're new to the school, perhaps attending The Spark 2018 was such a rewarding experience that you'd like the chance to make future students' Spark experience just as memorable. Maybe you've never been an organizer or attendee in the past, but you're looking for a way to get involved. Everyone is encouraged to apply!
Please join us for a BCom Student Town Hall Q&A with Dean Robert Helsley. The dean will be presenting an overview of UBC Sauder's current initiatives, in addition to answering any questions you may have about the BCom program, the faculty, and the school's plans moving forward.
Date: Monday, March 19
Time: 12:30 to 1:50pm
Location: Bruce R. Birmingham Undergraduate Centre
Register to attend and/or submit a question for the dean >