Tomorrow's Mind was created as a young independent student association focused on biomedical sciences. We are now proud to be officially a part of the list of clubs at Ottawa U. Our mission is to help students in the fields of sciences that are interested in health care and biomedical sciences to meet new people, live rewarding experiences and find extracurricular activities.
By acting as a mediator between interesting activities and singular students, our organization brings together young enthusiasts in its administrative body with the aim of accomplishing singular objectives that has collective, positive impacts. Our goal is to simply offer to the student community resources to get involved in different causes that are authentically meaningful to them.
Are you searching for opportunities to do more volunteering, to meet new people, to discuss about interesting ethical subjects in regards of the arising technologies in the health care system, research methods and educational matters of the biomedical and health sciences field ?
Innovation, Ethics, Leadership, Learning, Authenticity and creativity
Our team works to create links with interesting organizations in order to bring opportunities to share with the student community. It aims and wishes for students and researchers to blossom in both their personal and professional life in a healthy, effective and pleasurable way.
For us, it also includes the pride and the positive feelings of getting involve in important causes where our work has indeed positive impacts for the values that we advocate for. It can be by meeting in a coffee shop to discuss about the ethical dilemmas of the rising of an highly technological health care system, to have access to conferences, volunteering opportunities or to meet new people. For all of that, we got you !
THE TEAM OF 2021-2022
VP - Intern
Engage a new student audience and young professionals in projects to promote the Kidney Foundation of Canada.
CANADIAN LIVER FOUNDATION
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
This Council on Aging is the principal voice for francophone seniors in Ottawa. Keep an eye on this page for student volunteer opportunities.
COMITÉ ÉTUDIANT DU CENTRE DE RECHERCHE DU CHUM (CÉCRCHUM)
The University of Montreal Hospital Research Center (CRCHUM) is the largest research center in biomedical sciences and health care at the University of Montreal, and among the largest in Canada. Click ''Learn more'' to learn more about our affiliation with the student committee.