OPIRG York AGM & Elections
AGM - April 30th from 1 to 3pm.
Student Centre room 313
If you would like to Opt-Out of OPIRG York, please bring your YU card and a printout of your course timetable during the designated opt-out hours. If you have any questions or comments, please contact email@example.com.
We are proud to announce that our Resource centre books have all been numbered and catalogued under a user-firendly system. This way you will be able to come into our space and either search for a book under our computer, or guide yourself to the theme of choice in our shelves. We hope you come to visit us!
OPIRG York- One year contract for a full-time position of Coordinator of Administration and Information
Start Date: As soon as possible, latest by March 4, 2013,
OPIRG - The Ontario Public Interest Research Group - is a student-based social justice, education and action organization at York University. OPIRG York is currently hiring for a one-year term for the Coordinator of Administration and Information position to replace a permanent staff member on leave. The employment term will end February 24, 2014. This is a unionized position with CUPE Local 1281.
For everyone who has signed up for being a volunteer at DisOrientation 2012, we are hosting some volunteer training days!
Please join us at anyone of these training session - they will be quick, no longer than one hour.
You can see the full schedule online here:
Looking for an exciting/meaningful volunteer opportunity this year?
Wanting to use or develop your skills for creative purposes?
Keening to learn something new?
Want to be a part of something huge, positive and that gets people thinking?
We are looking for folks from all walks of life to join us this year to be a part of DisOrientation 2011, which promises to be a series of exciting and engaging events that will promote and support critical thinking and activism in our communities on and off campus. No experience is necessary for any of these positions – training, tokens, food and reference letters will be provided.
On Tuesday, June 21, 2011, exactly one year following the week that brought close to 40,000 people out to the streets of Toronto to fight back against the exploitative policies of the G8/G20 leade