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Volunteering

May 1st, 2012; By 0 Backup WordPress

Music is a part of everyone’s lives. Whether you listen to the Top 40 on the radio, dance, or play an instrument religiously, in some way you have involved yourself […]


The Value of Volunteering

May 1st, 2012; By Maria Pranschke

Volunteering has almost become a dirty word in some circles, and it’s not hard to see why: when you’re looking for a job, giving away your labour for free can […]


Tree Planting as a Summer Job

May 1st, 2012; By Laurel Walsh

The most common summer job field for teens is the food service industry, followed closely by the retail trade industry, according to the American Bureau of Labour Statistics. That means that most of us spend our summers flipping burgers or folding […]


Students Go Green!

April 10th, 2012; By EricaReid

Environmental friendliness in your student life and how it can help you in the “real world”. Focusing on the sustainable environment as a student can help you reduce your ecological […]


Vertical Farming for the Future

April 1st, 2012; By Susan Huebert

What do you think about when you hear about farms or farming? You probably imagine huge fields planted with wheat or corn and a farmer driving a tractor, combine, or […]


Co-opportunities

April 1st, 2012; By 0 Backup WordPress

With Canada’s unemployment rate at an estimated 7.6 per cent and the youth unemployment rate almost double that at approximately 14 per cent, it is becoming evident that one of […]


Getting Your Volunteer Hours the Old-Fashioned Way

April 1st, 2012; By Connor Thompson

Getting Your Volunteer Hours The Old-Fashioned Way In order to graduate high school, students must complete 40 hours of volunteer work. Rather than dragging it out over the course of […]