Submit an Activity, Award or Student Employment Opportunity

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For year-long roles, simply indicate “year-long role” above.
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This category recognizes participation in a volunteer or community service initiative on campus or in the North Bay community. Participation may be individual or as part of a student group or club.
This category recognizes activities where: (1) a student takes on a leadership role within an on-campus group; (2) a student is in a leadership position that develops and implements activities, programs, or events that are in service of the Nipissing University community; (3) a student participates in a self-development training or a learning experience that contributes to their overall growth and development as an individual or complements their academic learning.
This category recognizes Nipissing University awards bestowed upon students for extracurricular involvement or academic awards not recognized on the Academic Transcript.
This category recognizes on campus student employment opportunities recognized by Human resources at Nipissing University. This opportunity aids in the development of skills and competencies that are paramount to career preparedness.
In a short paragraph, describe your activity as you would like it to appear on RSD Student Portal for students to see. Students will see this description online to either (1) identify themselves as participants and add the activity to their record or (2) seek out future opportunities to get involved in your activity.
Identify any restrictions/preconditions before participation (e.g. restricted to a particular student group, application required, criminal record check, level of commitment required before receiving RSD approval).
Use this space to list contact information, application information, or website links to more information on how students can get involved in your activity.

When choosing competencies, less is more. Choose the competencies you feel are most authentically demonstrated through your particular activity. We recommend 1 to 2 competencies for a 1 hour workshop, 5 - 7 competencies for a multi-day training, 8 - 10 competencies for a year-long volunteer role, and 12 - 15 competencies for a student employment position.

Working with others toward a common objective(s) through sharing of ideas, knowledge, and responsibilities.
Assuming responsibility for and following through on actions, decisions, and/or policies.
Using verbal, nonverbal, auditory and/or visual formats to effectively convey and interpret information.
Managing conflict by focusing on the issues at hand, balancing the needs and interests of others, and finding common ground.
Engaging in reflective and independent thinking by making use of information, drawing logical connections between ideas, evaluating arguments, solving problems and seeking relevant sources to inform thinking.
Making each decision appropriate to the context it is situated in.
Confidently and critically navigating existing and emerging technologies with the goal and result of producing quality work.
Demonstrating a commitment to the environment including: promoting and advocating for environmental sustainability and/or acting in ways that help not harm the earth.
Understanding and expressing emotions in a way that is appropriate to the context of the situation including: being aware of personal strengths, and weaknesses, being open to feedback and new perspectives; and striving for self-development and continuous learning.
Being aware of and being sensitive to others by attempting to understand thoughts and feelings from their frame of reference.
Exploring the world of arts and culture including: engaging in cultural and artistic expression and/or developing an appreciation for the value and meaning of art in society.
Acting in ways that promote ethical practice including: adhering to policies, procedures, agreements, codes of conduct, and/or contracts.
Connecting and building meaningful relationships with others while recognizing that people hold various and interconnecting identities stemming from different backgrounds, beliefs and/or experiences.
Demonstrating exceptional and quality work.
Functioning without the assistance or guidance of others.
Laying out a course of action to complete an intended goal by identifying tasks and setting deadlines for completion.
Promoting and encouraging actions and conditions that enable healthy self, individuals, communities and/or groups including: physical, emotional, spiritual, relational, and mental health.
Creating, and developing ideas by expanding one’s thinking beyond convention.
Engaging in ways to cultivate a welcoming environment that includes others. Fostering a greater sense of belonging and/or shared commitment to community.
Taking action and/or taking charge.
Demonstrating a commitment to engaging with and learning from others through diverse and meaningful cultural interactions.
Motivate, empower and mobilize individuals and/or groups to accomplish a mission, goal and/or task.
Developing processes, strategies and tools that allow one to effectively manage, monitor, and utilize information, resources and materials.
Offering respectful feedback in a manner that is timely in an effort to improve another person’s or group’s decisions, productivity, and/or interactions.
Considering feedback from others in a constructive and respectful manner.
Using effective research skills, strategies and/or tools.
Smoothly adapting to instances of change and transition.
Demonstrating an awareness of social issues and developing a sense of active citizenship to the benefit and welfare of society and its members.
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