What started as a class project proposed by three McGill students has blossomed into a complete plan to help rebuild the business sector of Lac-Mégantic in partnership with local leaders.
McGill’s Peer Support Network (PSN) is working to provide comfort and guidance in a judgment free environment to any student feeling stressed or fatigued.
At Students in Mind 2014, attendees will be trained in essential self-care and peer support methods that will allow them to promote mental health and wellness.
McGill is working to understand more about bees – why? Because these little interesting creatures are the key to sustaining our agriculture system, and simply put, we need them.
McGill Medical students are motivated by a natural desire to assist those in need. Despite the time constraints created by the demands of med school, MDCM students strive to continue doing their best to be involved in community based initiatives.
The McGill SEDE Office wants to break down intergenerational barriers and share our seniors’ rich histories and life journeys with the world.
Together with the Elimu Community Library in Kenya, McGill students will establish an online tutoring program for Kirinyaga high school students. This program will allow both Kirinyaga and McGill students to gain exposure to new people and environments.
Help sustainability at McGill grow by funding a life-changing internship opportunity for a student with the McGill Office of Sustainability.
Help McGill’s Varsity Swim program find its rightful place in the school’s history by becoming the most successful team in the program’s 105 year existence.
McGill’s Martlet Soccer team needs your help! McGill’s athletes are some of the most competitive, dedicated and hard-working students out there. Help support the Martlet soccer team by funding their team building activities!
McGill’s baseball team needs your support to solidify their status as a national championship contender on an annual basis!
With your partnership, the PSN team is ready and willing to continue their mission to care for students in need, and have upped their funding goal to meet the huge inpouring of support.
Despite our short summers, MSEG is extending the harvest season by building a high tunnel vegetable garden at the Mac Campus, providing more crops and a great learning experience!
The Arts Health and Wellness Project is seeking to provide resources and support to students by educating them about mental and physical wellness through a series of stress-busting initiatives.
McGill Engineering’s talented student design teams need your support to build robots, race cars and snowmobiles and take on top universities from around the world.