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Spaghetti Nights Family Workshops

Family Workshops

Parents, teachers, all of us want kids to succeed. Over the last year, we talked to parents and guardians to find out what we can do to support you to help your children succeed in school and continue to learn. What parents and guardians told us is that they need tips and tools to help their children. Families also wanted a safe space to talk about what ‘success in school’ actually means to them and their children.

Registration open for Community Engagement Day 2013 (for students, staff and faculty)

Tue, 2013-09-17 (All day) - Thu, 2013-10-03 (All day)
Price: Free
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Community Engagement Day is an annual project from McGill’s Social Equity and Diversity Education Office (SEDE).

Contact Information

Contact: Emily Boytinck
Organization: Social Equity and Diversity Education
Email:
Office Phone: 514-398-4870
Source Site: /equity_diversity

Community-Based Learning Programs


Description

Since its inception in August, 2011, SEDE’s Community Engagement Department has developed programs that have seen students volunteer their time on various community-driven projects, brought members of the McGill community together to discuss the present state and future vision of a culture of engagement at McGill, and created an event to celebrate existing community engagement initiatives at McGill while establishing new partnerships.

Volunteering and Community Engagement

 


The program

Want to get involved in the Montreal community and don’t know where to begin?

The Community Action Toolkit (CAT) has everything you need to start volunteering!

Our Mission


The Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) Office provides information, education and training to all areas of the University in order to cultivate a respectful, diverse and supportive campus.

My Day @ McGill


Project Description

My Day @ McGill - March 28th, April 2nd and April 3rd, 2014

Burst Your Bubble!


The “Burst Your Bubble” campaign aims to give McGill students the chance to see Montreal beyond the scope of the downtown campus and surrounding area. We explore some of Montreal’s ethno-cultural and social richness in order to enhance our understanding and appreciation of our many diverse backgrounds and identities.



Burst your Bubble 2009-2010


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