Were you a student leader in high school? Do you like volunteering in your community? Getting involved at Queen’s and in Kingston is very rewarding, and can help you feel more at home in your surroundings!
Since September is when more than 100 calls for volunteers are published, you might miss out on some of them. We’ve created a list below of deadlines for volunteer and paid positions from across campus that we’ve seen on Facebook and elsewhere. If you have more to add, please list them in the comments below! Stop missing out!
Bookmark this page – new positions added weekly!
Applications due in Week 2 (Sept. 17-23, 2017)
The Girls Inc. organization strives to inspire young girls to become strong, smart, bold women. It provides girls with life-changing experiences and solutions to the unique challenges girls face. We focus on the importance of women’s issues and empower girls in order to help them overcome obstacles.
Girls Inc. at Queen’s supports the local Limestone chapter of Girl’s Inc. and will promote this mandate by raising awareness, donating money through fundraising efforts, and by encouraging volunteering at Girls Inc. Limestone.
Positions available: Marketing & Events Coordinator, Sponsorship/Outreach Coordinator, Socials Coordinator, Frosh Representatives – download the application forms for each position here!
Application deadline: Sunday, Sept. 17 at 11:59pm
WANNA BE A SEXPERT? The SHRC is hiring volunteers! This is open to ANY student (graduate or undergraduate) or member of the Kingston community. If you have questions, email@example.com. Click this link to download and fill out an application.
Application Deadline: Sunday, September 17th @ Midnight!
Have graphic design experience? Good at IT? Want to be a part of a RAD global health initiative? Make change? Help save two co-chairs and their determined team from the throes of Comic Sans MS? Apply for Graphics/IT Exec!
Have you been telling yourself this is the year you’re getting involved Passionate about global health and SEX? Comfortable handing out condoms in Lenny? Come join QWAAF, a QWAAlity team, with QWAAsome people!
Application deadline for Graphics/IT Exec: Sunday, Sept. 17 at 11:59PM – submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline for other positions: Sunday, Sept. 24 at 11:59PM submit to email@example.com
ASUS is hiring for over 100 unique volunteer positions, to be filled by more than 2000 volunteers! Whatever you’re interested in, we have a position for you – a fantastic way to get involved in Queen’s!
Committees available: Data Journal, Journal of Indigenous Studies, Politicus Journal, Queen’s Science Undergraduate Research Journal (QSURJ), Undergraduate Review, After School Buddies, Alzheimer’s Outreach, Autism Partnership, Cancer Triad, Crohn’s & Colitis Committee, Friends 4 Inclusion, Heart & Stroke, Kids 4 Kids, Lost Paws, Partners in Education, ASUS Formal, AuthenticallyU, Down There, Elephant in the Room, Queen’s Equity Conference, Research & Recommendation, Social Justice Committee, Surface Magazine, Worth, Elections Committee, Policy Review, Graphic Design Team, Photography Team, Videography Team, Exchange Buddies, Jackets, and The Archives.
Positions include: Assistant Editor, Social Media Coordinator, Events Coordinator, Marketing Coordinator, Sponsorship Coordinator, Website Coordinator, Religious Studies DSC President, Copy Editor, Finance Director, Editorial Board Member, First Year Intern, Layout Editor, Workshop and Lecture Coordinator, Graphic Designer, Videographer, Trips Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, and many more!
Application deadline: Monday, Sept. 18 at 4pm – apply online!
The Queen’s Film and Media Society
The Queen’s Film and Media Society is hiring passionate and creative film students for our 2017/2018 team! As the departmental student council for Queen’s Film and Media, we work to advocate for Film and Media students and create amazing events throughout the year.
Application deadline: Monday, Sept. 18 at 11:59PM.
We seek to enrich the undergraduate student experience by providing opportunities to write, publish and review academic research within the scope of health sciences at Queen’s University.
Applications will be available from Friday, September 1st to Monday, September 18th at 4:00pm.
Eligible candidates must have paid the Arts & Science Undergraduate Society Fee.
Positions available: Journalists, Managing Editor, Marketing Manager, Academics Coordinator, Peer Reviewer, Publications Director
Application deadline: Monday, Sept. 18 at 4PM
Interested in Politics and International Relations? Politicus Journal is hiring for this academic year! Head to. https://jobs.lever.co/asus to apply!
Politicus Journal is an undergraduate research journal at Queen’s University focusing on political and international affairs. It provides publishing opportunities for undergraduates and offers free workshops and a public lecture series while fostering a community of scholars.
Positions available: Marketing Director, Editorial Board, Copy Editor, Financial Director, Workshop & Lectures Coordinator, Layout Editor, First Year Intern
Application deadline: Monday, Sept. 18
Want to get involved with Inquire Publication, a student-run social-political magazine here on campus? Inquire is looking for dedicated and passionate individuals to join our team for the 2017-2018 year!
Positions Available: Journalists, Marketing & Events Director, Social Media & Web Director, and interns
Application deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 11:59PM
DEVS Department Student Council (DSC)
Wanting to give back to your faculty and the DEVS community? Follow this link and fill out an application TODAY!
Application deadline: Wednesday, Sept. 20 at 11:59pm
Want to share your writing with the Queen’s creative community and beyond? MUSE magazine is hiring writers for our Fall print issue. Send us an opinion piece, a personal story, poetry, or anything creative for a chance to be published in our magazine!
Applications are available on the event page and are due by September 20th.
No prior writing experience is necessary. Apply online!
Application deadline: Wednesday, Sept. 20th @ 7 pm
Walkhome is a student-run safety service in Kingston, Ontario. We provide safe walks to students both on the Queen’s Campus and within the Kingston community. We are a completely anonymous and confidential service, so our staff members do not wear any clothes identifying them as a Walkhome team. We are inclusive to all students on campus, no matter your year or faculty.
When you request a walk, teams of one male and one female student will accompany you to a destination of your choosing. Whether you want enjoyable conversation, safe escort for your walk, or friends to accompany you, Walkhome is the place to call!
If you’re eligible to apply, head to myams.org/apply and fill out a service staff application! Applications will be open from September 1-20th.
Application deadline: Wednesday, Sept. 20
Frontier College Helen Tufts Child Outreach Program – Sept. 21
This program pairs a Queen’s student with a child from the Kingston community. We aim to inspire a love of literacy through our literacy-based activities, and to act as supportive mentors and friends! The program runs on Monday nights from 6-8pm, or Thursday nights from 6-8pm. Frontier College is a national literacy organization that believes literacy is a right. They work with volunteers and community partners to give people the skills and confidence they need to reach their potential and contribute to society.
All volunteers must have a new police check (completed within the last 6 months) that includes a vulnerable sector check! Find out how to get a police check here.
How to Apply: contact Marina Paron firstname.lastname@example.org to get an application. Fill it out, print it, and drop it off at Stauffer Library in Room 212 on Thursday, Sept. 21 between 6-8 pm.
Application Deadline: Thursday, Sept. 21
Want to meet more people, host some cultural events, and be a part of an amazing family? Join QHKSA for the 2017-2018 school year!
Application Deadline: Friday, September 22nd, 2017 by 11.59pm!
COMPSA is the student government for the School of Computing, run by a group of highly motivated students who bring together the Computing community through events.
Positions available: Chief Electoral Officer, Scribe, Athletics Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, Talent Acquisition Manager, Course Feedback Coordinator, Graphic Designer.
Application deadline: Friday, Sept. 22 at 11:59pm
Queen’s Mully Children’s Family – Sept. 22
Do you want to make a difference around the globe during your time here at Queen’s? Do you want to give others the opportunity to lead a life with accessible education, support and medical assistance? Do you want to be a part of bringing Queen’s students and the Kingston Community together to make a positive impact? You can do all of these things and more with Queen’s Mully Children’s Family!!
Please complete the attached application for either or both positions and email them to email@example.com.
Do not miss out on this amazing life-changing opportunity!
Make your time at Queen’s count!!
Application deadline: Friday, Sept. 22, 2017 at 11:50pm
Positions include: Observer Online Staff Writer, CIDP-QIAA Intern, competitive Model United Nations Team, Right of Reply Radio Show Coordinator, Queen’s Interactive Crisis Simulation (QICSim) Researchers, QIAA Community Outreach Coordinator, Sponsorship Coordinator, Logistics Coordinator, Training Coordinator, Marketing Coordinator, Global International Development Week Coordinator, Graphics Coordinators, Information Technology Coordinator.
Application deadline: Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. Apply online!
Right to Play Queen’s – Sept. 22
Right to Play Queen’s is hiring for our executive team! Right To Play’s mission is to use sport and play to educate and empower children and youth to overcome the effects of poverty, conflict, and disease in disadvantaged communities. If you’re interested in helping plan some fun events and outreach initiatives, please apply! Please note that executive committee members are responsible for attending weekly meetings and all events.
Application deadline: Friday, Sept. 22 at 11:59pm by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you feel like dance is life and would like to represent Queen’s at provincial and national dance competitions, come join our competitive performance crew!
We are a collective who train in urban and hip hop choreography along with freestyle while catering to share urban dance culture with over 150 students on campus. Each year, we hold auditions to find talented, passionate, well-rounded, and committed dancers to join our team and in the long term, our family. We welcome all years to come out and challenge themselves while giving it their all.
Competitions and performances that we do include: Queen’s Homecoming, Ontario Universities Competition for Hip Hop, Urban Rumble, FLOW Show, Queen’s Dance Club JUST DANCE, Project Red, ACSA Culture Show, Academy of Hip Hop Dance Competition, BYOB, and of course Queen’s Dance Battle!
The auditions consist of three rounds: choreography, freestyle, and an interview. Please arrive at least 15 minutes in advance for registration and logistic purposes. A water bottle, extra clothing, althetic wear/shoes, and a towel are recommended.
Auditions: Saturday, Sept. 23 from 1pm-4pm at ARC Studio 3 (2nd floor). RSVP
CALLBACKS: Time and Day TBA.
See some of our recent performances here:
Queen’s Dance Battle 2017 (Champions): https://drive.google.com/
Queen’s Dance Battle 2016 (Champions): https://www.youtube.com/
OUCH 2016: https://www.youtube.com/
If you are interested in auditioning but cannot make the scheduled time/
Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond.
The annual Live-In for Literacy is our biggest event, which began at Queen’s in 2006 and has now spread to universities across Canada. Each year, two campers live, eat, sleep and study in a tent in the atrium of Joseph S. Stauffer Library to fundraise for our projects. In addition, we run other events throughout the year to raise awareness and funds, including toonie book sales, bake sales and documentary screenings. Please “like” us for updates about all of RTR Queen’s events!
Along with other dedicated students across Canada, we have raised $181,900 since 2005. Through Room to Read, we have built 9 libraries in Nepal, 5 libraries in India, a stand-alone library in Sri Lanka, a computer lab in Cambodia, published 10,000 copies of local language children’s books in India, donated $15,000 to a local language publishing project, and $15,000 towards girls’ education.
Application deadline: Saturday, Sept. 23 at 11:59pm emailed to email@example.com
Queen’s Space Conference – Sept. 25
Positions available: Marketing Coordinator, Publications and Media Coordinator, Finance Coordinator, Events Coordinator, Internal Delegates Coordinator, External Delegates Coordinator and First Year Representative.
Application deadline: Monday, Sept. 25 at 3pm online via EngSoc Apply website
CARRM (The Canadian Association of Regenerative Medicine) at Queen’s
An organization that raises money and promotes awareness for stem-cell research initiatives. We will be hosting multiple seminars featuring speakers who specialize in stem cell research to educate our community on recent advances in research. General members will have access to exclusive networking opportunities at our events and are invited to attend our monthly general member presentations on regenerative medicine research. Register online here.
CARRM is now offering new executive positions for the upcoming year. Please apply by September 25th (11:59PM) to be considered for an interview.
Application deadline: Monday, Sept. 25 at 11:59pm.
World Vision: Queen’s – Sept. 28
World Vision is the largest NGO in Canada. Our club strives to bring awareness to the development and advocacy that World Vision offers to vulnerable populations internationally. If you are passionate about current events, and local and global community outreach, World Vision is for you.
Positions available: Sponsorship, Events & Logistics, Fundraising, Volunteer
Apply online: https://goo.gl/forms/LBzZhinTeBgcEVbd2
Application deadline: Thursday, Sept. 28 at 11:59pm
The Queen’s Solar Design Team is proud to have a rich history in innovation and design through its origins as the Queen’s Solar Vehicle Team (QSVT). The team designed and built a total of 11 solar vehicles, setting numerous records, including a Guinness World Record for the longest journey in a solar vehicle in 2000.
Positions available: Sponsorship Manager, Education Manager, and Marketing Manager. For more information: http://www.qsdt.net/apply-now
Application deadline: Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017.
Queen’s Hyperloop Design Team
Want to be a part of a meaningful design project, and learn sales skills for an innovative technology?
The Queen’s Hyperloop Design Team is at the forefront of pushing the boundaries for new forms of transportation. The Hyperloop team is competing in the Hyperloop competition held by SpaceX.
We will be hosting an information session on Monday, Sept. 18 from 7:30pm-9pm in Goodes Hall rm. 118 to answer questions about the Exec, roles, and other helpful information.
We are hiring for technical engineering positions as well as sponsorship coordinators and marketing roles.
Positions available: Electronics Manager, Propulsion Manager, Braking Manager, Levitation Manager, Chassis Manager, Sponsorship Coordinator, Marketing & Publications Manager, Frosh Representative, Prototype Manager, Software Manager.
Application deadline: unknown
Are you looking for a fun, flexible, light extracurricular activity this fall? Do you love nature? Need a resume booster? Want the chance to work with a prominent faculty member? Then look no further! SCB activities include shoreline cleanups and teaching in elementary schools.
Positions available on 3 different committees (Sustainability Initiatives, Education, and Fundraising).
Application deadline: unknown
Students 4 Special Olympics
Are you passionate about sports? Enjoy making a positive difference within the community? Then Students 4 Special Olympics needs you!
S4SO is a club in partnership with Special Olympics Ontario that provides weekly soccer and basketball practices for persons with intellectual disabilities in the Kingston area.
Positions available: Outreach Coordinator, Fundraising/Events Coordinator.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
Application deadline: unknown
If you have a good art background and are looking to give back to your community, we’re looking for volunteers to teach visual arts as a part of the Queen’s Correctional Services Volunteers as well as for the seniors of Providence Manor. It would be a great way to gain new experiences and would look great on a resume! If interested please message the Queen’s Expressions Facebook Page.
Through AKCSE Queen’s, science, engineering, and nursing students will be able to maximize their career potential. We will be assisting professional development in students interested in sciences, engineering, and nursing, by providing information and resources such as scholarships and mentorship opportunities. We will also help bridge the gap between students and professionals in diverse fields (including but not limited to medicine, science research, mathematics, global health – in Korea and Canada) through various networking events.
Positions available: club membership – sign-up here!
Application deadline: unknown
Did you play an instrument in high school, and just can’t give it up? Want to keep playing recreationally? Look no further than QUCO – the only fully student-run orchestra at Queen’s University. Under the direction of Maestro Kelsey Lussier for the 2017-2018 school year.
Players can enjoy participating and take pride in the music, while still learning and growing creatively. Rehearsals are usually from 2-5pm on Sundays. Questions? Contact email@example.com
We welcome players of a wide variety of instruments, including: Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Horn, Tuba, Percussion.
No auditions required. All welcome. See Facebook for more info.
Golden Words is a weekly humour newspaper produced by the Engineering Society of Queen’s University. It is the only weekly humour newspaper in Canada.
If you’re interested in writing for us or think you could do a better job as editor, come on down to Clark Hall Pub any Sunday during the school year to join the team. We start writing the paper every Sunday at noon and keep going ’till its done. You can also email articles to firstname.lastname@example.org
New members always welcome.
Clubs are a great way to meet new people, add to your resume and get involved! Students Facing Noma is looking for new members! We fundraise for noma victims – a facial gangrene primarily affecting children under 6 in developing countries. Typically Noma targets children under the age of six and has an estimated mortality rate of 90%. If caught in the early stages, the infection can be treated with mild antibiotics and nutritional rehabilitation.
We support the charity Facing Africa, which sends teams of volunteers and surgeons to Africa to aid in the treatment and recovery of Noma victims.
Positions available: Vice-President, Event Coordinators, Site Managers, Fundraising Committee, Public Relations Directors
Application deadline: unknown
The Queen’s University Allied for Essential Medecines (QUAEM) could be just what you’re looking for! We are a organization of students that believes that universities around the world have the opportunity and responsibility to make a positive change on global access to important medicines and public health technologies.
Positions available: 2017-2018 General Committee
Application Deadline: unknown
If you are interested in taking videos, getting access to events around campus, and meeting lots of new people around campus and at The Journal, then join this group and send Max Silverberg (Video Editor) a direct message!
This is a great opportunity to work on your videography skills and immerse yourself within the Queen’s community.
Application deadline: unknown
Positions available: 2017-2018 Relay For Life Executive
Application Deadline: unknown
It’s an awesome Ski by Day / Party by Night trip up to Mont Tremblant. We’re looking for outgoing, energetic and well connected students to become Campus Representatives. Travel for FREE and help organize the largest college ski trip in North America 13-years running.
Application deadline: unknown
QIFL is a student-run initiative whose vision is to educate and advance the financial literacy of young leaders.
Position available: The QIFL frosh rep will gain valuable exposure into the world of personal finance. You will be helping the club reach a larger audience while interacting with passionate students. We are looking for an individual with a developing interest in personal finance and an understanding of the importance of financial literacy for youth. Moreover, we are looking for outgoing and enthusiastic first year students willing to commit up to 5 hours per week.
Application Deadline: unknown
Send an e-mail to email@example.com
Application Deadline: unknown
Grocery Checkout Fresh Market is located on main level of the Queen’s Centre. Opened in 2012, they are working with our customers to give them the best grocery shopping experience possible. Visit the store to apply. First years welcome!
Application Deadline: unknown
Blue Canoe Productions is proud to present our 40th production: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, a musical comedy with Music & Lyrics by William Finn and Book by Rachel Sheinkin. Directed by Maddy Scovil.
Production Team Applications are now open, with cast auditions coming up this September, we are looking for the following positions: Production Manager, Stage Manager, Tech Director, Set Designer, Costume Designer, Lighting Designer, Sound Designer, Choreographer, Head of Wardrobe, Head of Carpentry, Front of House Manager, and Assistant Stage Managers and other assistant or apprentice positions.
Anyone between the ages of 13-30 may apply by filling out the online application form.
We are looking for passionate people who are able to work well in a team setting. We are open to anyone regardless of level of experience and each position could also have assistant and apprentice positions for those looking to learn more! If you have any questions, contact Jessica Rossiter
Application Deadline: Monday September 11 by 4:00pm
Interviews: Held from September 13-15
Production Dates: January 10-21 at the Baby Grand Theatre
Have any competitive dance or cheer training? Come audition this Sunday and Monday from 9:30-11PM at Studio 4 in the ARC for Queen’s Pom Team!!
Queen’s Pom is a competitive dance team as well as the official spirit squad for Queen’s University. The team both competes and dances at football games.
Audition dates: Sunday, Sept. 10 & Monday, Sept. 11 from 9:30-11pm at ARC Studio 4 – RSVP
Queen’s Students on Broadway presents Charlotte Louise by Sarah Currie! This is a great opportunity to get involved and show your talents—no experience required! We are looking for team members of all identities and backgrounds. Queen’s Students on Broadway is an accessible, equal opportunity company and all applicants will be given equal consideration.
For this exciting Fall production, QSB is looking to hire: Director, Production Manager, Technical Director, Stage Manager, Producer, Vocal Director, Music Director, Movement Coach, Front of House Manager, Marketing Manager, Props Master, Head of Wardrobe, Head of Set, Head of Lighting and Sound
…as well as the following designers: Set Designer, Costume Designer, Lighting Designer, Sound Designer, Graphic Designer
…and the following assistant positions: Assistant Director, Assistant Stage Manager(s), Costume Crew, Set Crew, Lighting/Sound Crew, Marketing Crew
ALL POSITIONS ELIGIBLE FOR DRAM 246 AND 247 CREDITS AND HOURS WILL BE GUARANTEED!
Applying for a position has never been so easy. Follow these steps:
1. Fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/
2. Check your email for an interview time.
3. Attend your interview.
4. Wait for a decision to be made by Saturday, September 16th at 11:00am
Have any questions about applying, job details for each position, or Queen’s Students on Broadway as a company? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 11:59PM
On the heels of a successful online auditioning campaign, Flesh and Blood Productions is looking to fill all remaining roles for its production of BENT by Martin Sherman.
Roles to be cast: Horst, Wolf, SS Captain, Ensemble – view character descriptions and role requirements here!
Auditions will consist of a cold read and the opportunity to demonstrate receiving direction. Auditions will be 10 minutes in length.
Audition dates: Tuesday, Sept. 12 and Wednesday, Sept. 13 from 7-9pm
How to Sign-up: To register for an audition, email fleshandbloodproductions@g
Auditions are not limited to students, but Queen’s students can use a role in this production for DRAM 247 credit.
Starting wage of $12/hour. Flexible weekly shifts located on main campus. Connect with awesome alumni, develop your communication skills, and build your resume. Drop off your applications on the third floor of the Old Medical Building by 1PM on Tuesday, September 12! Applications can be found here.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 1pm
CREATORS: The Dan Studio Series is looking for piece submissions – plays, concepts, music compositions, any “piece” you want to present to the world. Regardless of faculty, level of experience or year, you can, 100%, TOTALLY submit your work.
When you submit your piece, please please please REMOVE YOUR NAME from it to preserve your anonymity. DSS operates under a blind selection process, so please do not include your name ANYWHERE on the piece submission.
In addition to your piece, please submit a Creator Application. This is where you will provide us with your name and contact information.
Steps to Apply:
- Submit your piece, under a fake name, here
- Download the Creator Application form here – and send the completed application with the subject line: “Title of Your Piece – Creator Application” to: email@example.com
Submission & Application Deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 11:59pm
If you submitted a piece in the fall and it was not selected, it will still be eligible for selection for our winter installment. However, if you have made any changes or edits to your work, we encourage you to submit the newest version for us to read. If you no longer want your play to be eligible for production by DSS, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dan Studio Series is committed to encouraging a safe, inclusive and diverse space where everyone feels accepted. We encourage anyone, of any background, ethnicity, gender to submit their work. Contact email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.
Interested in getting involved in an extracurricular while meeting the coolest kids on campus? Want to explore the innerworkings of one of Queen’s most traditional groups? Need an outlet for your excessive school pride? Hate wearing pants? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the above, then you may be a perfect fit for Queen’s Bands!
Queen’s Bands is comprised of 6 sections: Colourguard, Pipe Band, Drum Corps, Highland Dancers, Brass Band, andCheerleaders. Each of these sections work together to represent Queen’s at all school events and football games throughout the year.
NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY, so if you have any questions or are interested in auditioning, check us out.
Applications due in Week 1 (Sept. 10-16, 2017)
The Work Study program is offered to provide students with demonstrated financial need with the opportunity to receive priority for certain part-time jobs during their studies.
The Work Study Program is a need-based program, meant to supplement, not replace, government student assistance, student and family contribution. Students must demonstrate a financial need over resources available to them in order to be eligible for the program.
Standard Eligibility Criteria:
Academic Session*: Fall-Winter
Entitlement Maximum**: Domestic: $2,000; International: $3,000
Minimum Courseload***: undergraduate – 18 Units over fall and winter; graduate – Full time academic load
*Work Study entitlements cannot be transferred from one academic session to another. Each new academic session requires submission of a new application. Also, domestic and U.S. students must be accessing government financial assistance in each academic session they wish to receive a work-study entitlement. For the fall-winter session, the minimum government assistance you are accessing must be at least $5,000.
**Effective September 2017, wage is $14.60/hour including vacation pay
***must be enrolled in academic term(s) for the academic session you are requesting Work Study
Application deadline: Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 (time unknown, but likely by 4pm) – apply online!
FreshSight Queen’s is a pro-bono, student-run consultancy at Queen’s University. We make lasting improvements in both the local Kingston community and across Canada by delivering strategic solutions to our clients. Our mission is to bring together students from Queen’s University to create impact and deliver results for non-profit organizations nationwide, while offering the resources necessary to develop consulting and leadership skills. This fall, we are looking to expand our team of consultants and are looking for candidates across all faculties. First-year students welcome!
Application due: Thursday, September 14th at 11:59 pm.
Selected applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview: Friday, September 15th or Saturday, September 16th.
Do you or anyone you know love to sing? Do you love singing with awesome people? Momentum is a co-ed a cappella group that spreads enthusiasm for a wide range of repertoire – spanning languages, cultures, and generations – around Queen’s campus and the Kingston community. Momentum auditions students and community members in early September, so come on out of the shower and sing with us!
Do you like to sing? Laugh? Make amazing friends? Then look no further!!! Trillers A Cappella is Queen’s University’s premier co-ed a cappella group! Last year, we took second place at our annual competition, and this year we want YOU to help us win the gold!!! All Queen’s students are welcome to audition! Come join our family!
Audition Dates: Tuesday, Sept. 12 – Friday, Sept. 15 – sign-up here for a spot!
Does your mom tell you you’re funny? Do you spend your days thinking of quirky scenarios and hard hitting one liners? Do you enjoy collecting bones in the middle of the night? Do you despise preparation, planning, and organization in general? Have you found my keys?
then come audition for the ~Queen’s VaRsItY improv teeeaaaammmmm~
We are hosting three audition sessions – just throw your name into one of the open slots:
Thursday, September 14th: 9:30-11PM
Friday, September 15th: 7-8:30PM
Friday September 15th, 8:30-10PM
There are 20 spots for each available on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign-up for an audition here!
Like to sing? Beatbox? Looking to hang out with a sick group of guys? Come out and audition for Queen’s oldest all guys a capella group, All The Queen’s Men, est. 2010. We said goodbye to many of our bruthas last year and we need talented, male singers to fill that void. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Audition dates: Wednesday, Sept. 13 – Friday, Sept. 15 – sign-up for an audition slot here!
Application deadline: unknown
There will be 4 tryout dates and you need to come to at least 2 to be considered for the team. Registration on day 1 starts at 5:30pm. The actual tryout will start at 6pm. If you cannot register during day 1, the first tryout you attend you will need to show up 20 minutes early to register. If you have registered, you should arrive 10 minutes early to keep things running smoothly. You are not expected to know how to play; everything will be taught to you at the tryouts!
Tryouts (must attend at least 2 of 4): Wed Sept 13th 5:30pm-8pm, Thurs Sept 14th 6pm-8pm, Sat Sept 16th 1pm-3pm, Sun Sept 17th 1pm-3pm
Colliding Scopes Theatre presents the opportunity to create an immersive, devised adaptation of Bruce Springsteen’s second studio album, The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle. Listen to the album here
As a member of the collective, you will have the opportunity to engage in collaborative theatre-making, a process where no single person is solely responsible for the show’s outcome. This group will work together to produce a piece of theatre from the synthesis of each individual’s ideas and experiences. Each member of the collective is responsible for filling various creative and technical roles within the production. The show will take place in March 2018. Email collidingscopes.theatre@gm
Interviews: Thursday, Sept. 14 – Sunday, Sept. 17, location TBA.
By providing access to education, opportunity and justice, War Child gives children in conflict-affected communities the chance to reclaim their childhood and break the cycle of poverty and violence.
As a student branch of War Child, we support this work with war-affected communities around the world. We take an active role in raising public awareness among the student body about the impact of armed conflict on communities and the shared responsibility to act. Feel free to contact email@example.com if you have any questions!
Our application can be found here: tinyurl.com/WCQApplication
Application Deadline: Friday Sept 15th
UNICEF is the largest child-focused humanitarian agency in the world, whose programs address the full range of children’s rights: Health, Education, Equality, and Protection. Our mission is to help the world’s children in need through awareness, advocacy, and fundraising.
Positions available: First Year Rep, Graphics Coordinator, Grad Rep!
Application deadline: Friday, Sept. 15 at 11:59pm to firstname.lastname@example.org
QSF is a non-profit organization that strives to make a difference in the lives of thousands of Canadian children with life-threatening illness and/or severe physical disability. We brighten the lives of these children by fulfilling their dremas whether it is a trip to Disney, meeting their favourite sports player or getting an adaptive bicycle. We are a chapter in Kingston that aims to support the Sunshine headquarters financially through fundraising, and promoting awareness of the foundation itself. Positions available: 2 first year reps, general volunteers – read the position descriptions.
Application Deadline: Friday, Sept. 15 at 11:59pm sent to queenssunshinefoundation@g
Interviews: Sunday, Sept. 17 – Wednesday, Sept. 20
Our club is a chapter of the Canadian organization WE. We are an open group of students across all years and departments who share dedication, passion, and energy in promoting social change.
Positions available: Internal Relations Director, Events Director, Fundraising & Sponsorship Director, Campus & Community Outreach Coordinator/Director, Fundraising & Sponsorship Intern, Marketing & Promotions Intern, Conference Intern, or General Member
Application deadline: Friday, Sept. 15th, 2017 at 11:59PM to email@example.com.
We are searching for actors of all experience levels to perform in The Vic by Leanna Brodie, directed by Amanda Lin. Auditions will take place on Friday, September 15th and Saturday, September 16th in JDUC352. Expect cold reads (a script will be provided for you to read on the spot). Optional: A prepared 1-2 minute monologue, any level of memorization welcome.
CARA: any ethnicity; suburban; 17
HENLEY: any ethnicity; the person you want to take care of you; early 30s
TANIS: any ethnicity; sister of above; the person you want to take care of; late 20s to early 30s
LINDA: any ethnicity; mother of above; early to late 50s
SPUD: any ethnicity; a post-punk, a juggler; mid-30s
ÉLISE: French-Canadian; early 30s
DARSANA: Caucasian; larger than life in everyway; 50s
CHERYL: African-Canadian; early 30s
Sign up for your audition here: https://
Auditions: Friday, Sept. 15 and Saturday, Sept. 16
Show Dates: November 9-11 in the Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall.
The Vogue Charity Fashion Show is hiring for it’s cast and crew!! Apply today if you want to become a part of the largest creative community at Queen’s and the largest student-run fashion show in Canada
Positions available: Models, Dancers, Designers, Musicians, Choreographer, Intern, Hair and Makeup Artists
Application Deadline for Models and Designers: Friday, Sept 15 at 5pm
Application Deadline for Choreographer: Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 7pm
Application Deadline for Intern, or Hair and Makeup Artists: Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 11:59pm
Do you like horses? Ever wanted to try it out, or get back into it? Join the Queen’s Equestrian Club for a fun semester of riding!!!
NO experience and NO equipment needed. You will be put into a group with level and availability suitable for you, and the session will provide you with 7 weekly lessons ($35/lesson). Registration opens Saturday, September 9th at 9 am and closes Saturday, September 16th at 9 pm.
Registration deadline: Saturday, Sept. 16 at 9PM
Queen’s Soul Food is a student run organization that delivers unserved food from campus cafeterias to local Kingston shelters every night. We aim to raise awareness not only of the help we can give to the local shelters, but also to bring awareness and raise questions about our personal food consumption as a whole student body.
Soul Food’s initiatives create an effective way to gain first-hand exposure to the difference that more thoughtful food consumption can create. We are looking for a group of hard working and caring individuals to commit time to low income families in the Fall Semester. Questions, contact: christine.jauernig@queensu
Application deadline: Saturday, Sept. 16 at 11:59PM – download the application here!
Successful applicants will be contacted by email.