Campus Life

SU Volunteer Core engaged

As the opening weeks of the Fall 2011 Semester pass, the unabashed fervour of a new semester subsides and students begin hunkering down to weather the impending storm of deadlines, exams and papers. With that in mind, the University of Lethbridge Students' Union (ULSU) blazes forward with a host of new initiatives.

As part of its 2011-2012 Action Plan, the ULSU Executive Council recently formed a Volunteer Core led by newly hired volunteer co-ordinator, Michael Solberg.

Solberg, a well-known face on campus and at countless ULSU events, brings much enthusiasm and talent to his position. The Volunteer Core is designed as a large, grassroots advocacy group that looks to spread the word across campus about the Students' Union's events, activities and services, ensuring that the student body is aware of everything available to them on campus.

The Core currently maintains a list of around 150 volunteers ready to spring into action and actively encourages interested students to join and get involved with their SU.