Volunteers In Progress is a program offered by the Student Development Center that is designed to provide Western students with rewarding opportunities that build on their experience.
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What is VIP?
VIP stands for Volunteers In Progress. It is a student volunteer program created by Western students in 1983. It was designed to complement students' academic life by providing them with an opportunity to develop skills and gain career-related work experience. Additionally, it enables the Student Development Center to offer a wider variety of programs and services to Western's community.
What does a VIP do?
Volunteers work with professionals in the Student Development Center to assist Western's students with a variety of concerns. Volunteers are involved in many different types of volunteer experiences:
Group facilitation - Research - One-to-one work with clients - Peer helping - Program design and implementation - Resource development - Computer-related projects - Public relations and reception - Program management, coordination, and administration - Committee work - Marketing and promotions
Who Should Apply?
We are looking for students who possess certain special qualities. If you are:
Consider joining the VIP Team.
Last updated: Feb 8, 2013
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All information disclosed by students to SDC will be kept confidential. It will not be shared with family, university staff, course instructors, or others without written permission and will not become part of academic records.