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Office Hours

  • September – May: Monday to Friday, 8:15am to 4:30pm
  • June – August: Monday to Friday, 8:15am  to 3:30pm

 

 

The Michaëlle Jean Centre for Global and Community Engagement promotes lifelong community engagement and social responsibility among uOttawa students. Integrating academics with meaningful volunteer service through community and faculty partnerships, the Centre supports students in contributing to stronger communities, positive social change and a more active university locally, nationally and internationally.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities and our events, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and like our Facebook page.

You can also subscribe to our newsletter 'The uoVolunteer Post'; send us an email to be added to the mailing list! 

Vision:

Engaged Citizens for Thriving Communities
 

    Goals:

    • To foster social responsibility, leadership and skills development, whatever students’ level of engagement.
    • To cultivate impact-driven partnerships to address community priorities and improve student learning.
    • To connect students to local and international community engagement opportunities.
       

    Values:

    Inclusion and respect
    • We are open, honest and transparent in our dealings with students, community partners and staff.
    • We treat everyone in a respectful, equitable manner.
    • We value diversity and accessibility.
    • We take a positive attitude to new ideas and change.
    Collaboration
    • We build relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
    • We help connect community engagement to classroom learning.
    • We work as a team to find solutions.
    Excellence
    • We enable students to reach their potential by offering opportunities to develop knowledge, transferable skills and social awareness.
    • We contribute to a culture of social responsibility.
    • We take responsibility for our actions through self-development and learning.
    Reciprocity
    • We practice active listening.
    • We facilitate mutually beneficial experiential learning opportunities.
    • We meet stakeholders wherever they are on the continuum of engagement and suggest options based on their needs.

     

     

    Staff Directory

    Stéphane Cardinal

    Director

    613-562-5800 ext. 1699

    scardina@uottawa.ca

    Kassia Clifford

    Alexandra Baril (Maternity leave until October 8, 2019)

    Manager, Community Engagement

    613-562-5800 ext. 4881

    kcliffor@uottawa.ca

    Karen Hamilton

    Placement Officer

    613-562-5800

    ext.1730

    CSL and EV Placements
    Days of Service
    Alternative Student Break

    Lauren Hunter

    Administrative Assistant

    613-562-5945

    lhunter2@uottawa.ca


    General Inquiries
    613-562-5945
    servingothers@uottawa.ca

    Roxanne Dupont

    Placement Officer

    613-562-5800 ext. 6959

    rdupont2@uottawa.ca

    CSL and EV placements

    Sharmaine Nelles

    Placement Officer

    613-562-5800 ext. 2729

    snelles@uottawa.ca

    CSL and EV placements

    Cathryne Lilian Milburn

    Lynne Pilon (maternity leave until January 2020)

    Placement Officer

    613-562-5800 ext. 4285

    cmilburn@uottawa.ca

    CSL and EV placements

    Michelle Tabor

    Placement Officer

    613-562-5800 ext. 1795

    mtabor@uottawa.ca

    CSL and EV placements
    TD Environmental Leaders Program
    International
    Scholarships
     

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