Student Work Opportunities

Are you looking for student work experience in the Kinesiology Department? Applications for Spring 2024 are currently closed.

  • Student Work Assistance Program (SWAP): SWAP students work in various capacities on campus throughout the year. For the Department of Kinesiology, SWAP positions may include: peer tutoring, assisting instructors with labs, lab setup.
  • Work on Campus Program (WOC): WOC students are employed as peer tutors, they may also assist instructors with class activities and labs, and may be asked to perform basic research in the Department.

Current posting: SWAP Spring 2024

Current posting: WOC Spring 2024

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Student Volunteer Opportunities

2024 Healthcare Travelling Roadshow

The Healthcare Travelling Roadshow is seeking healthcare students and recent graduates to help recruit the next generation of rural healthcare professionals. Join us for a week-long trip to rural BC to showcase career options to high school students and connect with community stakeholders.

  • Kootenay Roadshow (Castlegar, South Slocan, Kaslo):  April 28 – May 3, 2024
  • Peace Roadshow (Valemount, McBride, Chetwynd, Fort Nelson): April 28 – May 4, 2024
  • Nechako Roadshow (Vanderhoof, Houston, Fort St. James, Dease Lake, Stewart): May 12 – 18, 2024

Application deadline is February 27, 2024. All travel, accommodation, and meal expenses are covered. Apply here now!

Developed in 2010 as a grassroots program, the provincial initiative has connected with more than 13,500 high school students during 79 community visits throughout BC. The Roadshow is delivered in partnership with the University of Northern British Columbia, UBC Faculty of Medicine, Northern Medical Programs Trust, and the Rural Education Action Plan. Learn more at our website at Healthcare Travelling Roadshow or contact


Get involved with the VOLT Volunteer Program at Langara College and explore tailored and relevant volunteer roles to support your career goals. Find leadership opportunities on-campus or volunteer with organizations such as: 

  • Cerebral Palsy Association of BC
  • Alzheimer Society of BC
  • Canadian Red Cross Society
  • Spinal Cord Injury BC, and many more. 

Contact for more details.