Alternative Reading Week Winnipeg

U of M students visit Winnipeg Harvest
U of M students visit Winnipeg Harvest

Application Deadline: January 9, 2017

How to Apply
Apply today on UMCommunityLink!

Training & Debrief
3 hours per week from January 15 - March 4, 2018 (exact times to be determined)

Community Placement
February 19-23, 2018

Program Cost: Free!*

Program Description

Learn something new about Winnipeg this Reading Week! Participants will participate the Community Leadership Development Program to develop their knowledge and skills in community development, and begin a dialogue that can be carried on throughout the program.

During Reading Week, participants engage in project-based work with Winnipeg nonprofit agencies to learn firsthand about social justice challenges and solutions in our city, and explore their role in the community. Participants also participate in reflection sessions throughout Reading Week to deepen their understanding of development challenges in Winnipeg, and discover how to critically think about the issues that exist.

Alternative Reading Week Winnipeg is offered in partnership with the University of Manitoba Student Union.

Students who successfuly complete the program are eligible for recognition on their
Co-Curricular Record (CCR).

Community Partners and Projects



Do you need some help organizing resources? Could one of your workshops use a revamp? What about that backburner project idea?
 


CSL is actively looking for community partners with a three-day project for university students to work on!


Past community partners have included: Winnipeg Harvest, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg, NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre, and the Manitoba Association for Rights and Liberties (MARL).

If you are an organization interested in being a Partner Organization, please follow this link.

How to Apply
Apply today on UMCommunityLink!
Application Deadline: January 9, 2017

Please email if you require a paper application.

*Participants working with youth and other vulnerable community members are responsible for the cost of obtaining a Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check. Click here for more information.

Contact Information
nicki.ferland@umanitoba.ca
204-474-8660


Updated December 11, 2017