Durham College and DCSI offer many opportunities for you to get involved on and off-campus! Getting involved is a great way to meet students from across the campus, make new friends and create amazing memories.
At the Virtual Get Involved Fair, you'll be able to meet and greet with the student and staff representatives of various services, clubs and societies that interest you most!
**Rooms will be actively staffed on September 24, from 11:00 - 1:00.**
Click on the name of the Club/Service to access the associated google meet room.
This session is a drop-in session so please feel free to hop in and out of the rooms below to learn about all the opportunities you have to get involved!
Thursday, Septemeber 24, 2020 - 11:00 - 1:00 p.m.
|DC Black Students Alliance Network||The Black Students Alliance Network (BSAN) of Durham College is comprised of black students and allies who are dedicated to improving the student experience for its members at Durham College. |
DC BSAN provides services and programs that address the needs and concerns of all students and especially for People Of Colour. We are committed to stimulating intellectual, and social growth amongst our membership.
Check out their website at dcblackstudentalliancenetwork.ca
|DC Esports Club||A community for Durham College students to positively learn and engage in E-sports, as well as develop gaming skills while creating friendships. DC Esports Club runs events and get-togethers for members to get to know each other and create new bonds. They providing a positive environment for members to gain knowledge about gaming and develop their skills.|
|Korean Cultural Club||The Korean Cultural Club is a student-led club, where we discuss and spread the beauty of different aspects of the Korean Culture like the language, food, clothing and entertainment, among other things. Any students interested to share their knowledge or students looking to learn for the first time: All are welcome!|
|Dental Health Promotion Club||Serving the purpose of developing an awareness of dental hygiene among students in order to make a healthy campus life!|
|Campus Church Club||Campus Church Club is a non-denominational Christian club for students exploring faith. Campus Church aims to impact the world by connecting students with the freeing truth of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to connect students with God and others, empower students to live for God and to create a positive impact on the campus and the world.|
|Arabian Culture Club ||The Arabian Cultural Club was formed with the aim of sharing with the Student Community of Durham College the cultural aspects from different countries that are a part of the Arabian Peninsula and other Arab countries some of which are the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Oman. Feel free to join us for virtual activities like Arabic language learning, workshops on traditional wear, local food and more!|
|General DCSI Clubs||Learn more about all other active clubs at DCSI or about how to start your own club in the General DCSI Clubs room!|
|Campus Emergency Response Team (CERT)||CERT is a student volunteer service staffed with volunteers trained in First Responder or Emergency Medical Responder with the Canadian Red Cross. The Campus Emergency Response Team (CERT) is on call 24/7 from the beginning of September to the last week of May to respond to medical emergencies and provide advanced first aid on campus.|
|Co-curricular Recognition Program |ISL/EDI Ambassadors||Looking to get involved on campus? The Co-curricular Recognition (CCR) portal allows you to search the activity database to discover hundreds of opportunities to get involved with here at DC!|
The CCR program also allows you to get recognized for your participation in campus activities by adding completed activities to your co-curricular record.
|FastStart & Enactus||FastStart is a free, year-round extracurricular program offered to all DC students. By signing up, you get the chance to work with college faculty and staff mentors, as well as receive from a fully operational marketing team. This is a great opportunity to network, meet new friends, and develop and launch your business while you’re studying at DC!|
Enactus DC is a team of entrepreneurial student leaders at the college who are starting to make a positive economic and social impact in society.
|ASC Peer Coaching||ASC has a variety of services to optimize your opportunities for academic success. Peer Coaching is a service that pairs students with upper year students who will assist them with managing the numerous demands of the college environment.|
|Peer Wellness Coaching|
Peer wellness coaches assist students with social and academic growth, helping to get them organized and plan events while also fostering their own leadership skills and gaining coaching experience.
Some examples of support provided by peer wellness coaches are:
Assisting with organization & time management by reviewing course outlines and assisting with setting up schedules and weekly priorities
Breaking down or clarifying assignment instructions
Assisting with brainstorming ideas for assignments
All peer wellness coaching services are currently offered virtually. For more information or to apply, please contact:
|First Peoples Indigenous Centre||Durham College's First Peoples Indigenous Centre (FPIC) utilizes a holistic approach to education serving Indigenous students, focusing on their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.|