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Campus Involvement

Getting involved can decrease stress, expand your social networks, strengthen the learning you’re doing in class, open yourself up to new experiences, develop new or burgeoning skills, and increase your employability (assuming you want a job when this is all over). There’s so much to do and be a part of here that surely something will interest you and become your gateway into unforgettable experiences and networks. What’s more, many of your experiences on campus may be eligible for inclusion on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR), which is a great tool for helping you reflect on your outside-of-the-classroom experiences and prepare for applying for internships, graduate studies, jobs, and more.

CL&E's Engage McGill website provides an overview of the array of on- and off-campus opportunities available for students. 

Skills 21 provides you with the flexible opportunities and support in the development of 21st century skills, values and attitudes. Get to know the five streams of workshops that they have for you and add new skills to your capabilities or develop your existing ones.

The 55-minute Emerging Leaders Workshops are a great way to help you define how you want to navigate through your academic career as well as through life! Invest in learning more about yourself and your peers through these engaging, stimulating, and fun workshops. Topics include "Getting Involved at McGill".

Attend Activities Night (events normally held in early September and early January) to know more about the clubs, services, independent student groups, and all that SSMU has to offer to you. Given the variety of the clubs and services, rest assured that you will find an activity that will catch your interest.  

You can always find out about more involvement opportunities at McGill by liking and following Campus Life & Engagement on Facebook.

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