Getting involved on campus is one of the best ways to meet other students in your field of study or with shared interests.

It’s also a great way to gain practical experience outside the classroom. Many University of Ottawa student clubs and associations, as well as various UOSU services, are looking for volunteers throughout the year.

For available placements on campus, check the Community Engagement Navigator (via uoZone) or contact uOttawa clubs or associations that you’re interested in yourself.

If you’re a member of a club, association or UOSU service, become a community partner and discover how the Community Engagement team can help you with your projects.

Did you know that as a member of a UOSU club or association, you can use the Community Engagement Navigator to log your volunteer hours so that they appear on your Co-Curricular Record?

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