Students standing in the Chan Centre Glass Atrium

Get Involved with the SLC

Be part of the largest student run conference in Western Canada!

Available Positions

SLC Coordinators

The SLC Coordinators can expect to gain experience in project management as well as learn specific administrative skills associated with large-scale student program provision. Furthermore, the Coordinator may expect opportunities to use and develop skills in the following (but not limited to) areas:

  • Leadership within a committee setting
  • Teamwork
  • Public Speaking
  • Network and Community Outreach
  • Event Planning and Management
  • Professional Communication

The following positions are now open:

The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for training and organizing day- of volunteers for the Conference.

The Lunchtime Coordinator is responsible for overseeing lunch distribution, the Involvement Fair and the Lunchtime Activities leading up to and during the day of the Conference.

The Awards Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the recognition portion of the Conference.

The Sessions Coordinators work together to offer support to all aspects of educational programming.

 The Concurrent Logistics Coordinator supports program scheduling and development of the Design Challenge.

 Applications are open until Sunday, September 22nd at 11:59pm.

    Volunteers

    Day-of volunteers are integral to the conference and assist with a multitude of tasks on the day of. This is a rewarding and dynamic opportunity to network with community leaders, gain transferrable skills, and get involved with the largest student-run conference in Canada.

    Applications will open Fall 2019.

    Host a Workshop

    Are you passionate about improving your leadership skills or keen on creating growth opportunities for other leaders around you? You don't want to miss out on presenting a Workshop at the 2020 Student Leadership Conference!

    Workshops are sessions focused on introducing initiatives, stories and new ways of thinking to delegates. These sessions vary greatly in topic and offer around 40 delegates an interactive learning experience by giving delegates an opportunity to utilize the skills they have learned.

    Every year, UBC students (like YOU!) share their experiences and skills as Workshops facilitators to boost the educational programming of the SLC. Through presenting, these student leaders gain skills in public speaking, event facilitation, and amazing networking opportunities.

    Click HERE to apply to host a workshop!

    Need more information? Join us from 5:30 – 7:30 pm on Thursday, September 26th, in Henry Angus (Sauder)- HA 339. Snacks will be served.

    Sponsorship