One of the great things about being a university student is having the opportunity to experience new things, make lasting friendships, explore different perspectives and gain new skills – at the same time, learning more about who you are, what you value and what you want your future to be.
Whether you get involved in orientations, student government, outreach, committees or another on-campus programs, there are tons of opportunities to become a stronger and more effective leader while making a positive impact on the lives of others at UBC and beyond.
School of Kinesiology Positions
First Year Experience
Help shape the first year experience for new-to-KIN students by being a friendly, approachable and welcoming peer on campus that provides timely information, resources, connections and/or peer academic support.
- Imagine UBC Orientation Leader (Apply NOW)
- Imagine UBC Senior Orientation Leader (closes Nov 4)
- JumpStart Leader
- Bod Squad Member (Imagine Day)
- Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) Leader
- Kinesiology Peer Academic Coach or Coordinator
Kin Outreach offers both paid and volunteers positions to develop and apply your skills and knowledge gained in the classroom. We provide unique experiential learning experiences to engage with diverse communities and individuals in a wide range of settings including recreation, physical literacy, sport, and fitness.
Ideal for students who bring a passion for physical activity, sharing knowledge and helping others, and want to meet and work with like-minded Kin students.
Take a deeper dive into your studies by getting involved in a lab. Research experiences provides you with the opportunity to build a mentoring relationship with a faculty member, improve your problem solving and critical thinking skills, and demonstrate your commitment, reliability, and capacity for conducting independent work.
Kinesiology Co-op Student Advisory Council (KCSAC)
Open to students enrolled in the Co-op Program, KCSAC members manage a diverse range of portfolios to help promote, orientate and integrate new and current students to the Program, as well as coordinate and facilitate on-going professional development opportunities for all KIN co-op students.
International Student Leadership
Vancouver Summer Program
Spend a month in July/August as a Vancouver Summer Program leader by welcoming and building community for over 70 students from cooperating international universities.
Kinesiology Undergraduate Society
Gain valuable skills while building lasting friendships. Many positions to choose from including leadership, event planning, committee and more.
Visit http://kus.ubc.ca/commitees/ for a full listing including hiring dates