Learn new skills and make some extra income by taking on a paid position in the Founders College community. In a role such as peer leader, you'll gain critical leadership and communication skills that will benefit your studies and help you stand out after graduation. You'll develop ways to create and promote an inclusive and collaborative team dynamic, and enhance your academic success skills to complement your classroom learning.
Volunteering makes a difference in the university community and the lives of other students. Peer mentors help first-year students transition to university and reach their goals. Mentors can answer questions and provide guidance. As a volunteer, you'll build your network within your program or field of study, and get experience to enhance your resumé.
Become a PASS Leader
Gain valuable tutoring skills and assist newer students enrolled in first- and second-year courses through weekly study sessions.
Employment Opportunities at Founders
Develop professional skills and contribute to Founders and the University through paid on-campus positions for eligible undergraduate students.
Become a Peer Mentor
Enhance students' learning experience by offering program-specific advice and personal support throughout the year.