UTGSU Digest: Hiring a Photographer & Volleyball Coordinator – July 27, 2017

July 27th, 2017

Digest

 

1. Hiring: Volleyball Coordinator
2. Hiring: Photographer
3. Reminder: UTGSU Gym Closed in August
4. International Student Identity Card: Drop in Hours for August
5. Gradfest: Volunteer for UTGSU Gradfest
6.
Grad Minds: Looking for Design Editors
7. Harvest Noon: Free Monthly Radical Documentary Series and Discussion
8. Centre for International Experience: Grad Step Up Orientation

 

1. Hiring: Volleyball Coordinator
We are looking to hire a friendly, energetic, and experienced Volleyball Coordinator to run our volleyball league for the upcoming academic year. Interested in being considered for the position? We will be accepting applications (resume and cover letter) until Monday, July 31, 2017. For a full list of duties, qualifications, pay and additional information, view the: UTGSU Volleyball Coordinator Job Description.

 

2. Hiring: Photographer
Do you have experience taking professional photographs with natural light? We’re hiring a photographer to take photos at our Fall Orientation. If you’re interested in applying, please refer to the job posting: Hiring Photographer for UTGSU Fall Orientation. The deadline to apply is Thursday, August 10.

 

3. Reminder: UTGSU Gym Closed in August
The UTGSU gym will close during the month of August for Orientation preparations and activities.  It will open again for regular programming on Monday, September 11th.  Gym bookings for September will open at 10 AM on Friday, August 25. To book call, 416-978-8464 or email gym@utgsu.ca. Call early as space books quickly. Names and Student ID numbers are verified when booking.  Students must provide their TCard upon request.  For more information, please visit: UTGSU Gym Hours.

 

4. International Student Identity Card (ISIC): Drop-in Hours for August
ISIC is free for all graduate students who are members of the UTGSU, and can be used for travel discounts, accommodations, clothing, and more. If you would like to pick one up or renew your card, you can stop by the UTGSU Office, located at 16 Bancroft in the basement office. Our drop-in hours for August are Thursdays, 2-3 PM or by appointment. If you have any questions, please call 416-978-2391 or email us at info@utgsu.ca.

 

5. Gradfest: Volunteer for UTGSU Gradfest
The UTGSU is excited to kick off the 2017-2018 academic year with Gradfest, our annual orientation BBQ and Info Fair on Wednesday, September 6th from 4-8PM.  We are seeking enthusiastic and reliable UTGSU members to participate! To volunteer, please contact Alexandra Sebben communications@utgsu.ca with your name, preferred email, phone number and availability between 12 and 9PM.  Duties will include, but are not limited to: setting up, running activities, assisting info fair participants and clean-up. Volunteers will receive a gift card. This is a great opportunity to learn more about your Union and meet folks from all over the university. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

6. Grad Minds: Looking for Design Editors
Are you passionate about student mental health and wellbeing? The University of Toronto will be launching a student-led Mental Health Magazine at our St. George campus. Spearheaded by Grad Minds, this initiative is aimed at promoting mental health awareness on campus, advancing our current knowledge/perception, and creating a community of support through an engaging and empowering communication platform. They are currently looking for enthusiastic and passionate students to join our editorial team. Details linked below! Email all application documents to mentalhealth@utgsu.ca. Application: Grad Minds: Designers.

 

7. Harvest Noon: Free Monthly Radical Documentary Series and Discussion
Join Harvest Noon on the last Monday of the month for a regular screening of Trouble, subMedia’s monthly radical documentary series and discussion. We’ll be screening Trouble episode #5: “You Are Being Watched: Movement Defense Against State & Corporate Surveillance”, and episode #2: “Bash the Fash” on Monday, July 31 from 7-9 PM. As a documentary series, Trouble offers in-depth analysis, first-hand perspectives from organizers on the ground, with the aim of cutting through the fog of misinformation that often clouds our understanding of the world, and provoking people into taking bold, collective action. Event: Facebook. Location: Harvest Noon Cafe (upstairs at UTGSU, 16 Bancroft Ave).

 

8. Centre for International Experience: Grad Step Up Orientation
Grad Step Up is a full-day orientation event designed to connect incoming international graduate students to key communities, resources, and information. All sessions are presented through an intercultural lens. You will have the chance to take part in sessions facilitated by U of T advisors, instructors, and student leaders. The interactive format of the sessions will provide you opportunities to ask questions and have discussions about the graduate student experience. Event: Grad Step Up.

 

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