OFFICE UPDATE: In light of the recent developments around COVID-19, the Hub will be temporarily ceasing face-to-face services until further notice (with the exception of the Community Cupboard). Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Hub Team is available virtually Monday to Friday, from 9:30 am–4:30 pm. The Hub is located in Room A140, but for the meantime, we are available online (see virtual office hours below).
For External Organizations: Submit a volunteer opportunity posting through our volunteer opportunities form. Eligible volunteer opportunities (for nonprofit and public service organizations) are posted to VOLT's Volunteer Opportunities Page.
Email (preferred): firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours (virtual): by appointment, please email Elise to set up a time.
More about Elise (she/her):
As the Manager of Student Engagement, Elise oversees the Office for Student Engagement Program Operations. Growing up in the Land "Down Under" Australia as competitive athlete and coach, she completed a Certificate in Occupational Studies: Recreation at Swinburne University of Technology in 1996 and graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science: Sports Coaching and Administration Degree at Deakin University in 1999. After a long hiatus from study, completed a Master of Education: Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Washington, USA in 2010.
"College can be a time for new beginnings; for re-imagining what is possible in life and taking intentional steps to get there," Elise reflects. "There are a number of rich learning experiences you can engage in outside of classroom, where you can make friends, pursue your interests, build skills and contribute to community. We hope that you reach out and connect with us to explore what is available to you."
In her spare time, Elise is an avid outdoor enthusiast and can be seen trail running or riding for hours up and down the North Shore mountains, taking long naps, and filling her phone full of photos of her rescue dog, Luka.
Email (preferred): email@example.com
Office Hours (virtual): [coming soon]
More about Maggie (she/her):
Maggie is proud to oversee the programs she "grew up in". VOLT, Clubs, and community events greatly helped Maggie develop leadership skills when she attended Langara from 2009 to 2015. She graduated with a Associates Degree in General Science with citations in Ecology and Environmental Studies from Langara, then pursued two certificates from Langara Continuing Studies (Volunteer Coordination, Management Skills), while studying at BCIT (Diploma Fish & Wildlife, BSc Ecological Restoration) and working at Langara College. She has worked in the Office for Student Engagement (the Hub) since 2014.
"No one says when they're young that they want to be a volunteer or student engagement manager when they grow up!", Maggie jokes, "But my time in this profession has been incredibly rewarding - I love to work with the students, watch them grow and develop, and help them get to where they want to go"
In her spare time, Maggie plays fast-pitch softball in a queer woman's league, spends time with her partner Nic (she/her) and dog Kona, and finds every opportunity to watch wildlife in nature.
Email (preferred): firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours (virtual): by appointment, please email Anthony to set up a time
More about Tony (he/him):
Tony is also a proud Langara alumnus that joined the OSE team officially in 2018. He studied Pyschology, first at Langara (Diploma Pyschology) then at SFU (BA in Pyschology).
"I used to be shy", Tony remembers, "but volunteering to give tours and eventually through my leadership in student clubs, I really came out of my shell. I pushed myself to speak infront of groups and ended up developing into a public speaking professional."
In his spare time, Tony ice skates, practices guitar, and hikes. He holds many community leadership positions (eg, Project Lead with TEDxSFU 2020).
More about Britanny (she/her):
Britanny has been supporting and delivering OSE programs since 2017, and works hard to streamline and improve the student experience. She has studied Fashion Merchandising at Blanche Macdonald, and English at Douglas College. She is currently finishing up her BA in English from UBC.
"My favorite part is working with the students", Britanny smiles, "I love talking and connecting with them, and with every email I send, I know it improves their experience."
In her spare time, Britanny enjoys playing with her dog Bruno, crafting, baking, and listening to incredibly diverse music playlists.