The Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) at McMaster is looking for students with a vision and a desire to work for a better world.
OPIRG McMaster is accepting applications for WORKING GROUPS on issues of social justice and the environment.
OPIRG WORKING GROUPS are dynamic groups of students and community volunteers who organize around specific issues of concern with an emphasis on creative solutions to real issues, using principles of nonviolence, anti-oppression, and consensus decision making.
WORKING GROUPS receive support from OPIRG office staff, funding, and ongoing orientation in effective, creative, and empowering organizing, including free workshops on Anti-Oppression and Consensus Decision Making.
INTERESTED? Find applications and more at OPIRG.CA, drop by OPIRG McMaster: MUSC 229, or contact OPIRG Volunteer Coordinator Randy Kay at email@example.com or 905-525-9140 ext. 26026