The Student Leadership Awards hosted 150+ guests to honour this year’s winners and nominees for their contributions to Douglas College.
Becoming a Student Assistant helped Myat Noe Pwint develop her public speaking skills while guiding students on campus.
Patrick Sheepwash lit the way for hundreds of students to thrive as part of the Douglas College community
Here are four great reasons (and one great example) of how volunteering will improve your life – and your community. Bonus: We’re hosting a Volunteer Fair Sept. 24 & 26!
Find out what Student Ambassadors do and how you can become one. Hurry, applications are due Sept. 8!
From what to expect your first week at College, to how to get involved in the Douglas community, Kickstart Coaches have got you covered!
Teaching literacy to adults gives one student an appreciation for one of his most basic skills.
Organizations across the Lower Mainland give their insight on the benefits of volunteering.
If you’re already engaged on campus, and either feel comfortable where you are or haven’t left the program yet, you’re experiencing firsthand the joys of doing more in school than just showing up to class, groaning mid-lecture, and then leaving. How did you join whatever it is you’re now doing? Maybe you love volunteering – or Salsa dancing with the gang – so much that you just walked up to a meeting and uttered those magic words, “can I join?” Not everyone feels comfortable enough to do that though. For many newer… Read More
In June and July, a group of Douglas College students are working with communities in Zambia through our Zambia Global Leadership Program. Each student will be sharing their experiences in a couple of posts. Today’s post is from Hailea. —– Every year the students that participate in the Zambia Global Leadership Program plan a trip to Livingstone to see Victoria Falls and go on a safari. This year, that trip happened to fall on my birthday weekend, so I was lucky enough to spend it in both Botswana and Zambia. I spent the day before… Read More