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There are a variety of ways to get involved in the Calumet College community. From Work Study positions, to volunteering for Academic Orientations, being Student Council members and Club Executives, and many more.

Each position offers students a unique experience while embracing the leadership philosophies and skills developed at Calumet College. As Peer Leaders at Calumet College, you will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of leadership and social activities that will allow you to grow your professional network and develop lasting relationships.

Work at CCSC

The Colleges are a vibrant place where students interact with peers, senior student leaders, staff and faculty as they build friendships, explore their future, contribute to community and acquire leadership and citizenship skills. Joining our team of Work-Study students is the perfect opportunity to be involved on campus while contributing to the student experience.

Detailed job descriptions can be found here:

Application Deadline: February 10, 2022

Application Form:

Please note:

  • All applicants must complete a Student Financial Profile
  • Only successful candidates will be invited to interview.
  • Any questions or concerns may be directed to

Volunteer at CCSC

Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities.

The deadline for Winter 2022 has passed, please watch for future opportunities

Created by the Faculty of Health (HH) Associate Dean for Students, Mazen J. Hamadeh the HH Student-Focused Roundtable to consults all HH students and alumni on matters related to student transition, student experience, student success, and student engagement in the Faculty of Health at York University.

The HH Student-Focused Roundtable also aims to be at the forefront of trends in the workplace so that the Faculty of Health may adopt and incorporate these trends within student transition and orientation, student leadership training, and student career exploration to prepare HH students for a life of success.

The HH Student-Focused Roundtable includes undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates and established alumni, from all five (5) HH Academic Units.

The Roundtable will meet approximately one (1) to two (2) times per academic term; that is, three (3) to six (6) times per year. Roundtable Partners have the option to attend at will.

Members of the HH Student-Focused Roundtable will also be part of the newly created Calumet and Stong Colleges (CCSC) Volunteer Crew, and will be recognized for their contributions at the annual CCSC Awards Event in May/June.

Deadline to apply: Tuesday, October 7, 2021 @ 11:59pm

Who is eligible? All HH undergraduate and graduate students, and all HH alumni.

Experience: No prior experience is necessary.

Expectations from students and alumni: It is expected that those contributing to the discussions at the Roundtable share their experiences, expectations and plans in an open forum, in a safe space. All contributors to the Roundtable are considered equal partners in its success. Roundtable Partners can attend and/or contribute to any number of the Roundtable conversations/conferences.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI): HH students and alum from all backgrounds are welcome. Actually, the more diverse the Roundtable Partners are, the more effective the Roundtable will be. We welcome and encourage bold thinking and diverse ideas. Students and alum from the following diverse groups are encouraged to join: transfer, mature, first generation, part-time, International, Indigenous, LGBTQ+, racialized, people with different abilities/capabilities, etc..

HH Priorities and CCSC Strategic Plan: This initiative meets HH's piorities and CCSC's Strategic Plan, as well as York U's University Academic Plan.

Meeting format: Until further notice, all meetings will take place virtually via Zoom.

Attendance: We understand that the Roundtable Partners may not be able to attend all Roundtables discussions/conferences. Roundtable Partners can attend any number of meetings based on their availability, topics of interest, and/or other commitments.

Principles: Roundtable Partners are expected to follow these principles:
● be authentic;
● be courteous;
● be inclusive;
● be open-minded;
● be respectful of others and their opinions.

Calumet College Council

The Calumet College Council (CCC) represents the students of Calumet College. The student council strives to enrich the lives of the Calumet student body through social and academic events.

Ronnie O'Connor

Calumet College Council President

Read The Calumet College Council Constitution 2018-2019

Visit to learn more about your student government.

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Student Clubs at Calumet College

There are many student-led organizations that are affiliated with Calumet College that provide opportunities to get involved on campus.

Black Students in Psychology (BSIP) is an ideologically-diverse association for black students and supporters to contribute to the psychological scientific community. BSIP wants to create a community where black students can feel included and gain more knowledge in the field of Psychology.

Visit their SiteYU ConnectFacebookInstagram, or Twitter for more information.

The Global Health Students’ Association (GHSA) is the representative body for the students of the Global Health program at York University. The association aims to provide social and academic support while connecting Global Health students with faculty, industry professionals, and each other. Among other services, GHSA provides one-on-one mentoring and tutoring programs to York University students.

Visit their YU ConnectFacebookInstagram, or Twitter for more information.

SAHMPI connects you with various resources to help you shape your university journey. If you need help with some of your classes or some essay writing tips, SAHMPI has some peer tutoring programs. If you need some help adjusting to the university lifestyle, want someone to talk to or just have some general questions about the university and its resources then they have some peer mentoring programs for you as well.

Visit their SiteYU ConnectFacebookInstagram, or Twitter for more information.

The Undergraduate Psychology Students' Association (UPSA) aims to guide psychology students towards academic success through our academic, research and social support. Undergraduates can turn to the UPSA for information on various opportunities available within the field of psychology. UPSA provides free Peer Mentoring and Peer Tutoring services. All of their upper-year peers have at least a B+ average and have committed to helping you in both your academics and social experience here at York University.

Visit their SiteYU ConnectFacebookInstagram, or Linkedin for more information