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Math students looking for meaningful volunteer opportunities

For upper-year Math students who are looking for meaningful volunteer opportunities, the International Peer Community (IPC) is a one-term peer mentorship program that matches new international students with upper-year volunteer mentors.  

IPC volunteers will get to share their university experience with students from different parts of the world, help them settle in Waterloo, and provide valuable advice to them. Often the relationship between IPC volunteers and their matches transcends beyond mentorship and into close friendship. 

Application is open on Leads ( ) until December 2nd. Please email Kevin Li at if you have any questions.


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