Ways to Get Involved
We have different ways that members and non-members can get involved. Our goal is to create unity across the province in order to be able to make the student voice louder across the the sector.
We will conduct surveys regularly to support the advocacy work that we do. In order to approach stakeholders to ask for change it is critical that we do our research. Surveys are one key part in that research as we need to hear from the students that these things impact. Making our colleges a better place starts with small steps that evolve into profound transformation.
Join our Observer Class today to get an idea of what it would be like to be a member. Observer class members get access to our conferences, research, and member only documents. They also get speaking rights at members meetings, they just don't get a vote. This is a great opportunity for you and your board if you are unsure if you want to become a member. It is free to become an observer!
We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is all student to become actively involved. Every so often we may host peaceful protests at Queen's Park to bring attention to our asks. There is power in numbers so your support at these protests is important. Peaceful protests get attention from media, government officials and other stakeholders.
Signing a Petition
Petitions are another way to make a difference. For certain advocacy priorities we may have students fill in a petition. These are sponsored by someone from the house in order to be presented to the government. With petitions the more signatures that are on them the higher chance that something will get done.