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Workplace Learning (HIST*3480) - S19
HIST*3480 - Workplace Learning is an independent study course based on either History related voluntary or paid workplace experience. Students combine scholarly research and reflection with applied on-the-job experience.
- Prerequisites: 7.50 credits including 1.50 History or equivalent credits, and instructor consent
- Registration Details: Review the projects available and contact the Instructor/Faculty Advisor.
Philosophy Field Course (PHIL*4160) - S19
This course will spend 10 days on location at the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve and the Hooksum Outdoor School, on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
- Eligibility:Students from any discipline are welcome to apply, a background in philosophy is not necessary.
- Registration Details: Applications due to Prof. Stefan Linquist by February 10, 2019.
- Learn more about the Philosphy Field Course.
Flexible Internship in Agri-Food (UNIV*3140)
A unique course designed for upper year students interested in exploring the agri-food industry while developing fundamental career-building skills through a 40-hour internship.
- Eligibility: Available to all majors. Instructor consent required. Not available for Co-op students. Minimum 65% cumulative average.
- Registration Details: Next offering is in W19. Register for AGR*3500 by contacting Melinda Vanryn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Learn more about the Flexible Internship Program.
Ideas Congress (ICON) Course - F19
A course that brings together students from all years and disciplines to develop solutions to real world challenges.
- Eligibility: Students in at least third year. Available to all majors.
- Registration Details: Learn how to register for the ICON course.
Certificate in Civic Engagament and Global Citizenship - F19
- Eligibility: Students entering their second or third year.
- Registration Details: Register for UNIV*2410 in F19 through WebAdvisor.
- Learn more about the Certificate in Civic Engagement.
Work Study Program - W19
- Eligibility: For students with demonstrated financial need. International students can qualify after first year of study.
- Registration Details: W19 job postings go live Nov 5.
- Apply through the On Campus Employment board in Experience Guelph.
Peer Helper Program - F19
- Eligibility: Any student in semester level 2 or above with a minimum 70% cumulative average.
- Registration Details: Apply online by February 13 for a Fall 2019 start.
- Learn more about becoming a Peer Helper.
Project Serve Spring/Summer - S19
Choose from four social justice based community engagement programs: Truth & Reconciliation (Guelph - April 22-27), Food Justice (Guelph - April 22-26), Black Identity, Culture & Place in Canada (Halifax - May 4-18), Literacy & Leadership (Jamaica - July 6-21).
- Eligibility: Open to all students.
- Registration Details: Apply online by February 3 for Guelp and Jamaica, Ferbaruy 17 for Halifax.
- Learn more about applying to Project Serve Spring/Summer.