Clubs

University of Waterloo Energy Network
Spring 2021

The University of Waterloo Energy Network is a group of students bound together by a shared belief in a sustainable approach to the Energy Industry. UWEN offers the chance for like-minded students to attend educational seminars, panel discussions, participate in exciting competitions and informal opportunities to network with industry professionals.

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University of Waterloo FinTech Club (UWFTC)
Spring 2021

UW FinTech Club aims to introduce students to Financial Technology through socials, networking events, case competitions and hackathons. As a club, we offer modern insights into financial markets that are dynamically changing through the changes in technology.

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University of Waterloo Soka Gakkai International (UWSGI)
Spring 2021

The purpose of the club is to gather University of Waterloo students, staff, faculty, and members of the UWaterloo community at large to better understand Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism with the keen understanding that we live in a diverse environment. The Soka Gakkai is a diverse global community of individuals in 192 countries and territories who practice Nichiren Buddhism. It cherishes the value of peace, culture and education centered on the respect for the dignity of life. We meet weekly to discuss different topics related to student life and being global citizens through the lens of humanistic Buddhism. We also work on projects related to Nichiren Buddhism education and connect with the larger Waterloo community.

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University of Waterloo Sports Business Association (UWSBA)
Spring 2021

Founded in 2013, the University of Waterloo Sports Business Association (UWSBA) is an official student-run club at the University of Waterloo, bringing together a community of students who aspire to have a career in the sports industry. We look to combine sports, business and innovation to provide opportunities to students!

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UW Book Club
Spring 2021

A social club for people to gather and discuss various literary works of the written format, both fiction and non-fiction. And can include a variety of topics that include (but is not limited to): Science, science fiction, fantasy, suspense/thriller, romance, self-help, business/technology, etc

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UW Cancer Foundation
Spring 2021

UW Cancer Foundation is a student-run club that focuses on raising awareness within the student community on the topic of cancer and the various types of cancers that impact our society today. One of their goals is to create a variety of fundraising events that will aid in the fight against cancer. In addition, the club hopes to work alongside organizations such as the Canadian Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute to support cancer researchers.

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UW CCGHR (Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research)
Spring 2021

We are the University of Waterloo Student Chapter of the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research. We represent a student-led initiative designed to foster research and networking in global health among University of Waterloo students across all disciplines. Our goal is to engage with students interested in global health research or who may be considering a career in the field of global health, to open opportunities for professional development.

We invite students from all faculties at UW to like and follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/673490829425761/ .
To learn more about the Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research, check out this link http://www.ccghr.ca/ .

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UW Drag Club
Spring 2021

The purpose of the club is to explore and celebrate drag culture and performance. Club events, activities, and/or initiatives will include learning and sharing performance techniques, discussing drag-related topics, and putting on drag performances.

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UW Entrepreneurship Society
Spring 2021

EntSoc aims to build inclusive innovation at UW by exposing students of all faculty and experience levels to the entrepreneurial ecosystem. We do this by building bridges between campus organizations and clubs, connecting students to resources, running events, and working on internal projects that fill gaps within the entrepreneurial ecosystem at UW. Here are some of our campus partners: Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business, Concept, The Problem Lab, GreenHouse, Coffee n' Code, UWVR, WiSTEM...and many more!

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UW Management Consulting Club
Spring 2021

The UW Management Consulting Club seeks to attract students and help them acquire the basic skills needed to succeed in pursuing opportunities in the consulting industry. Our club holds events that not only facilitate the networking process between UW students and recruiters at top consulting firms, but also prepare students to be successful in their interviews.

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