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Volunteer opportunities

Volunteering is a great opportunity to meet new people, highlight our talents, participate in university life and community.  Check out how you can get involved!

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

The Executive Council of SPUSA is composed of President, Vice-President Internal, Vice-President External, Treasurer and Secretary.  The Executive Council is responsible to the Student Body in those matters described in the Constitution and By-laws of the Association (see About us)

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS

Spusa annual general membership meetings are held twice a year, generally in the early Fall and Winter sessions.  Volunteers are what makes our general meting possible, by spreading the word, receiving registrations, set up, and more.

SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVES

School representatives are students from each school at Saint Paul University – Conflict studies, Public ethics and philosophy, Social innovation, Human relations & counselling, Canon Law, Theology – who are part of the Student Council. Their role is to guide the Executive Council in respect to the needs of their school and so much more.  Find out about how to get involved spusa-aeusp@ustpaul.ca

 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES

Ad Hoc Committee

An Ad Hoc Committee, initiated by the Executive Council, provides administrative assistance to the Executive Committee in order to facilitate the operations of the Association under whose authority it operates, and in those matters assigned to it in accordance with the By-laws.

Also, these committees are formed from the necessity to provide single events activities which are inclusive of the entire student body.

Elections committee

Elections committee which will be responsible for all elections and referendums. Said committee will be appointed in September of the academic year. The elections committee is responsible for preparing elections and referendums, setting up and organizing the polls, counting the ballots and announcing the results.

OTHER COMMITTEES

Council of Constitution & Policy (CCP (formerly Student Arbitration Committee )

Council of Constitution & Policy (CCP): three individuals picked by the outgoing committee and voted by student council to oversee the student council to ensure they are following the constitution, by-laws and policy. The committee also acts in cases of complaints or issues in specific situations

 

STUDENT CLUBS

 

Thrive Wellness: Support Group Club

Join us each week in setting intentions, unpacking our thoughts and developing strategies for a healthy, meaningful life though fun activities, laughter, open and honest conversations with our community here at St. Paul.  For more information please contact Shauna Peaker at speka064@uottawa.ca.

This club will resume its activities in September.

IVCF Bible Study

We exist as a way for students to thoughtfully engage with the Christian faith through Bible study, prayer, and life in community with one another.  We welcome students of all (or no) faith backgrounds and Christian traditions!  For more information please contact Holly Stiller at hstil049@uottawa.ca.

Peer Ambassadors

Saint Paul University is looking for engaged, creative, multi-skilled students who want to do volunteer work and help spread the word about SPU! Get a one-of-a-kind professional experience while earning exclusive prizes by becoming an ambassador! Sign-up here. 

Debate Club

The debate club is an opportunity to hear from different sides on issues chosen that are important to you. Come listen, learn & share your opinions that matter.  For more information please contact akeza091@uottawa.ca

Academic Club of Peace-Conflict Studies

ACPCS was founded in an effort to develop an academic framework for Peace and Conflict Studies through inviting guest lecturers, organizing student conferences and seminars, and screening the documentaries as joint projects between Saint Paul University and the University of Ottawa. The core research of ACPCS focuses on internal security, issues of peace, and regional conflicts.  Please contact us at academicclubpcs@gmail.com or through Facebook.

Anime Club

Saint Paul University’s Anime Club was founded to gather japanese anime lovers in order to share, discuss and watch new animes. The members of this club will have the opportunity of participating in Comic Con, Anime North and other events, sell their anime creations and take advantage for the partnership between SPUAC and the University of Ottawa and Carleton University.   The person responsible for this club has just graduated. Congrats!

If you are interested in being the lead for this fun club, please contact Christelle at cmuku050@uottawa.ca.

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