Leadership and volunteering | Mount Allison

Getting involved in leadership and volunteer opportunities is a great way to develop new skills, gain experience, and make a difference on campus and in the world.

Orientation leaders and volunteers

Orientation plays an important role in welcoming new students to campus and helping with the overall adjustment to life in a new setting.

Students play a crucial role in positions ranging from Orientation Chairs to Orientation Crew members.

 


Residence leaders

Each residence on campus has residence leaders to help create the best residence experience possible.

Residence leadership positions for upper-year students include residence assistants, assistant dons, and academic mentors. Each residence also has a house executive.

 


Peer support

Give back to fellow students through our many peer programs. Some peer opportunities are volunteer positions and some are paid positions.

Peer support opportunities include:

 

Volunteer as a peer mentor!


Student government and advocacy

The Mount Allison Students' Union (MASU) represents the best interests of its members to Mount Allison and all levels of government. The MASU includes an executive, council, and staff positions.

 

Students are also represented on Mount Allison's Senate and Board of Regents, the highest governing bodies at the University, as well as at the New Brunswick Student Alliance (NBSA) and the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA).

To find out how to get involved, visit masu.ca.


Student media

The Argosy

Mount Allison's independent student newspaper is one of the oldest official student publications in Canada. It is published weekly throughout the academic year.

CHMA

The campus and community radio station produces a wide variety of programming, including open format and specialty music shows and spoken word programs.


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