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

Each position offers students a unique experience while embracing the leadership philosophies and skills developed at Stong College. As Peer Leaders at Stong 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 @ 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 information and job descriptions can be found here: https://www.yorku.ca/colleges/ccsc/work-calumet-stong-colleges/

Application Deadline: February 10, 2022

Application Form: https://tinyurl.com/CCSCWS22

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 scchelp@yorku.ca

Volunteer @ CCSC

Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities.

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

Stong College Student Government

Stong College Student Government (SCSG) represents the students of Stong College. The student council strives to enrich the lives of the Stong student body through social and academic events.

Daniel Farina

Stong College Student Government President
Contact: stong.president@gmail.com

Read The Stong Student Government Constitution 2018-2019


Visit www.stongcollegesg.com to learn more about your student government.

See Twitter Page  |  See Facebook Group  |  See Instagram Page

Student Clubs @Stong College

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

The main purpose of the Kinesiology and Health Science Student Organization is to provide a central focus for the students and faculty involved in the undergraduate Kinesiology and Health Science degree program. KAHSSO is a student-led organization that represents and supports the KINE community and provides students with empowering and engaging opportunities to integrate into the York community and help them achieve both professional and academic fulfillment through student success programs and activities.

KAHSSO is offering FREE Peer Tutoring service to core KINE courses: KINE 1000, KINE 1020, KINE 2011, KINE 2031, KINE 2049, KINE 2050, KINE 3012, KINE 3020, KINE 3030, KINE 4010 and KINE 4020. Location: SC 111 (JCR)

We also provide FREE drop-in and online mentoring services. Mentoring drop-in location is Stong College Room 204. Schedule for drop-in tutoring and mentoring will be posted on our website, facebook, and Instagram.

We hold many events during the year, most notably the General Interview and Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) interview workshops. These free, hands-on workshops identify how to prepare for an interview, designed to help students interview for jobs, volunteering positions, professional schools, and graduate studies. The workshops will include a brief presentation on the principles of an interview, the different question categories and a structured outline of how to effectively answer interview questions as well as providing an opportunity to practice what you learn.

Visit their  SiteYU ConnectFacebookInstagram, for more information.

For Peer Tutoring inquiries: kahssopt@gmail.com
For Peer Mentoring inquiries: kahssopm@gmail.com
For General Inquiries: kahssoyu@gmail.com

NSAY was created to:

1. Serve as an organized liaison between the students and faculty of the School of Nursing.

2. Provide peer support within the nursing student body during transition from program entrance through graduation and encourage student participation in professional nursing organizations.

3. Participate in outreach programs that involve local and global communities.

4. Coordinate social events for nursing students and faculty.

Visit their SiteYU ConnectFacebook, or email for more information.

Nursing Student Tutoring, Ambassadorship and Mentorship Programs (NSTAMP) is a student-led association that collaborates with the Stong College and the School of Nursing with the objective to assist incoming and current nursing students transition into the 3 programs offered at York University – Collaborative, 2nd Entry, and Internationally Educated Nurses transition into the 3 nursing programs offered at York University - Collaborative, 2nd Entry and Internationally Educated Nurses.

We provide different types of services that will help them achieve a positive and successful experience including tutoring, mentoring, lab facilitation and ambassadorship services. Our vision is to guide students through mentoring relationships fostered through the use of online media and face-to-face interactions. Our mission is to provide nursing students with a positive and successful experience during their studies by connecting new students with a team of enthusiastic and qualified students, who act as their Peer Leaders.

Visit their SiteYU ConnectFacebookInstagram, or email for more information.

This is a one-stop-shop for 2nd entry nursing students.

2nd entry program students are undergraduates with degrees from a diverse range of academic backgrounds (arts, engineering, biology). We want to share our life skills and passion with others in our program, and to anyone else that will listen.

We meet regularly to practice nursing skills, form study groups and go over specific supplementary materials from our common core classes. We hold regular study skills sessions like how to study in a group, ANKI flashcards, and Pomodoro methods with study halls were we implement these concepts. Additionally, we maintain contact with other nursing organizations at york and with course coordinators and with the nursing simulation lab.

We are an inward-facing group that is focused on helping each other become the best nurses we can be.

Visit their YU ConnectFacebookInstagram or email for more information.