Tomorrow's Mind is a young independent student association whose mission is to help students in the fields of STEMs and health sciences to find extracurricular activities.
By acting as a mediator between interesting activities and singular student, our organization brings together young science enthusiasts in its administrative body with the aim of accomplishing singular objectives that have collective impacts. We develop new working approaches adapted to the situation of students and young workers in science and technology fields of today and aim to offer everyone equal opportunities to get involved in society and in their future. .
Are you experiencing anxiety between all the things you feel like you should be doing and time constraints?
Innovation, leadership, thirst for learning and ingenuity.
Our team works to create links with interesting organizations in order to bring out opportunities to share with the public. We believe and encourage the right to have equal opportunities to flourish in your personal and professional life in a healthy and effective way.
For us, it also includes the pride and the well-being of the involvement in important causes where our work has indeed done and had a positive, unique and collective impact. We want to make this a whole that is attainable while multiplying our professional experiences and doing interesting networking activities.
We are a team of 7 students from the University of Ottawa.
VP - Intern
Reveal on September 3th, 21h EDT
Engage a new student audience and young professionals in projects to promote the Kidney Foundation of Canada.
Health promotion projects, participation in support groups, specific projects and possibilities to directly count your hours with the University of Ottawa.
LE COMITÉ DES AFFAIRES FRANCOPHONES SUR LE CONSEIL SUR LE VIEILLISSEMENT D'OTTAWA
Le conseil sur le vieillissement est le principal porte-parole communautaire des personnes âgées d'Ottawa. À suivre de près pour des opportunités de bénévolats étudiantes 2021-2022.
COMITÉ ÉTUDIANT DU CENTRE DE RECHERCHE DU CHUM (CÉCRCHUM)
Le Centre de recherche du Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CRCHUM) est le plus grand Centre de recherche en sciences biomédicales et soins de la santé de l'Université de Montréal, et parmi les plus imposants au Canada. Cliquez ''En Savoir +'' afin d'en connaître davantage sur notre affiliation avec le centre étudiant.