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Are you tech savvy, have strong customer service skills and a passion for teaching your peers digital techniques to support their academic and work success? Then consider applying to become a Conestoga Tech Tutor (part-time) or Representative (full-time).
We're looking for several driven individuals to work the Spring 2018 semester at our Doon location to provide tech support and tutor other students on how to effectively use various software applications. We are also recruiting for the Fall 2018/Winter 2019 academic season for our Cambridge, Doon and Waterloo locations.
Please visit the Tech Tutor posting on MyCareer for details and to apply. Please note that candidates must be eligible for Work Study.
Application deadline is Friday, April 12, 2018.
Working on a research paper? For example, for your COMM1085 proposal? Join us for a COMM 1085 Drop-in. Library staff and writing consultants will be available to assist with topic selection, research help, organizing ideas and citing your sources.
Everyone is welcome (even if you're not in COMM1085)!
Drop-In Dates & Locations
Doon Learning Commons: March 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28 & 29 from 1pm-3pm
Cambridge Library & Learning Commons: March 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 & 29 from 1pm-3pm
Student Engagement and the Library are hosting their seventh annual Human Library event at Conestoga.
Where: Learning Lab, Library (Doon Campus)
When: Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 1pm-6pm
What/Who: The Human Books for the event are volunteers from the Conestoga and regional community that are available to be "checked out" for 15 minutes at a time by interested students, faculty and staff wanting to ask questions and learn more information first-hand about topics as being gender variant, living with a physical disability and more...
How: Pre-register via the Co-Curricular Record (CCR) or visit the Library on March 15 to register at the event's reception table.
Why: Don't judge a book by its cover - everyone has a story to share to help break stereotypes, challenge assumptions, celebrate differences and enhance knowledge.