As a graduate student there are many ways you can get involved and create new experiences for yourself. From graduate specific events like coordinating a conference, to giving a paper or registering for a competition, this is just a few ways to put your skills to the test.
At Queen's and within the Kingston community, there are also groups looking for help whether that be a paid position or voluntary. This is your chance to not only get some work experience and networking opportunities but also support Queen's and the Kingston community.
If you don't know how to start, just read this article from Biology PhD student, Amanda Tracey - "What does it take to be a volunteer?"
Come on, get involved!
QSAA Seeking Graduate Relations Chair – applications close 14th March
The Graduate Relations Chair works to integrate the interests of Graduate and Professional students into the Queen’s Student Alumni Association (QSAA), while representing QSAA to the graduate and professional student community. The Chair supports the QSAA Executive Leadership Team to educate and engage graduate and/or professional students in relevant QSAA events, and works to provide interesting and relevant programming, class giving (where applicable) and University activities to the graduate and professional student body.
For full details (job description, duties & responsibilities and application etc) go to - http://www.queensu.ca/alumni/networking/students/QSAA_Chair_GR.pdf