The GSA regularly offers a number of opportunities both within and outside of our organization. These can include paid positions as well as volunteering positions and scholarships. This page is dedicated to sharing these opportunities and relevant details with any interested members of our community.
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There are currently no paid positions available. Check back soon!
We are delighted to announce awards a number of $500CAD for graduate students having exceptional and outstanding contribution towards their academics at Concordia University.
- Must be enrolled as a graduate student at Concordia University (and therefore a member of the GSA);
- Must have completed at least 20 credits;
- Must have at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA.
- Fill out this google form;
- Attach an unofficial transcript to the form (you can get this for free from your MyConcordia portal);
- Attach a cover letter describing your achievements. It should include:
- your academic achievements while studying at Concordia referring to course projects/research projects, learnings, or other indicators of performance.
- how your educational journey at Concordia helped you achieve your goals.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: APRIL 30TH, 2021
What does the Fine Arts Faculty Council Steering Committee do?
The Steering Committee is responsible for the following:
- Consider and recommend the agenda for Council meetings;
- Review resolutions and recommendations submitted to Council;
- Ensure that reports and recommendations arising out of different standing committees of Council are submitted in a form permitting effective debate;
- Monitor the work of the standing committees of Council;
- Prepare such reports and other documentation as Council may require of it;
- Make any recommendations to Council that it judges appropriate.
What Positions are Available and What do they Entail?
There is one (1) position available on the Steering Committee for Graduate Students in Fine Arts.
The term is for a single year.
Meetings typically do not take more than one hour.
For the full list of current members, click here.
How do I apply?
To apply, please send your cover letter and CV in a single PDF document to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “FA Faculty Council Steering Committee”
DEADLINE TO APPLY: APRIL 7TH, 2021
Who are they & What do they do?
Mentoria Student Association is a socio-academic association at Concordia University! They are currently looking for members from different fields to hold executive positions that reflect their respective academic fields where they gain benefit, learn and apply what they learned in the classroom in a more hands-on approach, the available positions will be listed below,
The Mentoria Student Association is about encouraging interdisciplinary learning and multidisciplinary co-mingling to try and bridge the gap of segregation between majors and helps students learn from another by engaging them in events with broad diverse topics without having to sacrifice the “fun” element.
VP Internal – Management Major
VP Marketing- Marketing major
VP Communications – Communications/Languages Major
Mentor of Media- Photography/Film/Multimedia Major
Mentor of Design – Design/Multimedia Major
Mentor of Electronics- Software/Comp Sci Major
Mentor of Academica
Mentor of Entertainment
Mentor of Fundraising-JMSB
Mentor of Sponsorship-Finance Major
Mentor of Volunteering
Mentor of Content – Journalism/Linguistics Major
What’s in it for me?
Beyond gaining enriching experience through community building, Mentoria Student Association provides professional and personal development opportunities! Also, as a Concordia University student group, any position held can be applied to an individual’s Co-Curricular Record (CCR).
How Can I Apply?
To read more about the responsibilities of each above-mentioned position as well as to apply, click here.
Who are they & What do they do?
C.L.A.M. is an organization whose main mission is to develop projects and activities that promote the settlement and socio-economic integration of immigrant persons.
The organization provides assistance and support in administrative processes such as applying for permanent residence, work permits, sponsorships or citizenship. It also accompanies immigrants in their first steps of settlement (health insurance, social insurance, driver’s license, search for housing…), application for social assistance, employment insurance, travel authorization, application for loans and grants and family allowances, translation of documents in English and Spanish (e.g. birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce certificate, criminal history, etc.).
How Can I Help?
C.L.A.M. is looking for volunteers who want to give back to their communities by helping newcomers to the city settle in. Volunteers will be able to participate in a variety of activities such as leading conversation classes (English/French) or simply lending a helping hand to newcomers.
What’s in it for me?
C.L.A.M. is also open to the possibilities of job shadowing, mentoring, and even academic & social coaching between volunteers and refugees. Working with this organization is not only a way to give back to your community, but also provides good opportunities for professional development.
Want more information? Visit C.L.A.M.’s website by clicking here.