Inactive Clubs

Afghan Students Association of Waterloo

Last Active Term
Who we are

The Afghan Student Association of Waterloo (ASAW) is dedicated to celebrating Afghan culture among members of the Kitchener and Waterloo community. ASAW intends to connect Afghan, Tajik, Uzbek, Turkmen, Pashtun, Baloch, Persian and other Central Asian students in the KW community through events that encourage networking, celebration of heritage, or raising awareness about issues that exist within the Afghan community...

The Afghan Student Association of Waterloo (ASAW) is dedicated to celebrating Afghan culture among members of the Kitchener and Waterloo community. ASAW intends to connect Afghan, Tajik, Uzbek, Turkmen, Pashtun, Baloch, Persian and other Central Asian students in the KW community through events that encourage networking, celebration of heritage, or raising awareness about issues that exist within the Afghan community both inside and outside of Canada.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Students' Association (AMSA)

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Who we are

The purpose of this club is to provide necessary guidance and/or counselling to its members in matters relating to social, cultural, academic and religious importance and to provide assistance beyond counselling where it will be necessary. Furthermore, through his personal example of benevolent behavior, each member of AMSA at UWaterloo will strive to portray the true life of an Ahmadi...

The purpose of this club is to provide necessary guidance and/or counselling to its members in matters relating to social, cultural, academic and religious importance and to provide assistance beyond counselling where it will be necessary. Furthermore, through his personal example of benevolent behavior, each member of AMSA at UWaterloo will strive to portray the true life of an Ahmadi Muslim.

AIESEC

Last Active Term
Who we are

We promote leadership development and global impact through promoting and facilitating international volunteer and internship exchanges. We have a membership dedicated to helping interested students apply and get accepted for opportunities abroad. We have a strong focus and alignment with the UN Sustainable Development goals.

We promote leadership development and global impact through promoting and facilitating international volunteer and internship exchanges. We have a membership dedicated to helping interested students apply and get accepted for opportunities abroad. We have a strong focus and alignment with the UN Sustainable Development goals.

American Society of Microbiology (ASM) Chapter

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Who we are

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Amnesty International

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Who we are

Amnesty International is a non-profit organization that operates worldwide with over 8 million members around the world. This club will advocate for the protection of individuals and is focused on the promotion of human rights. UW’s amnesty international chapter strives to provide awareness to students, faculty, and alumni about the human rights violations that occur globally. By being a member,...

Amnesty International is a non-profit organization that operates worldwide with over 8 million members around the world. This club will advocate for the protection of individuals and is focused on the promotion of human rights. UW’s amnesty international chapter strives to provide awareness to students, faculty, and alumni about the human rights violations that occur globally. By being a member, you would actively be working to take a stand against the abuse to one's freedom.

Animal Rights Society

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Who we are

We discuss animal rights related topics, advocate for animal rights on campus and in the Waterloo community and meet like-minded people. We run events such as vegan bake sales, fur-free pledges, vegan cooking classes, farm sanctuary trip, coffee giveaway, farmers market trip, weekly meetings, halloween candy giveaways, activism panel, vegan cheese giveaway, cruelty free booth, and any related events. Initiatives...

We discuss animal rights related topics, advocate for animal rights on campus and in the Waterloo community and meet like-minded people. We run events such as vegan bake sales, fur-free pledges, vegan cooking classes, farm sanctuary trip, coffee giveaway, farmers market trip, weekly meetings, halloween candy giveaways, activism panel, vegan cheese giveaway, cruelty free booth, and any related events. Initiatives would include advocating for more vegan options on campus through the UW Food Services survey.

Ascend Canada Waterloo Chapter

Last Active Term
Who we are

Ascend was started to address the shortage of Asian leaders in Corporate America and broadened its horizons to Canada in 2012, with a mission to be the premier professional organization dedicated to enabling its members, business partners and the community to leverage the leadership and global business potential of Pan-Asians.

With the support of 18 corporate sponsors such as...

Ascend was started to address the shortage of Asian leaders in Corporate America and broadened its horizons to Canada in 2012, with a mission to be the premier professional organization dedicated to enabling its members, business partners and the community to leverage the leadership and global business potential of Pan-Asians.

With the support of 18 corporate sponsors such as TD, Deloitte, Manulife, Ascend looks to develop pan-Asian leadership potential across North America starting with when members are in school to provide career long relevance. Ascend will help set students up for long-term career success through mentoring and guidance, offering a platform to build connections with senior leaders across multiple industries and functions.

Membership spans across various industries and multi-national companies and is open to individuals of all ethnic and business backgrounds.

Association of Korean Canadian Scientists and Engineers

Last Active Term
Who we are

AKCSE is a non-profit organization to support sharing scientific knowledge between Korean-Canadians and setting up connections between Korea and Canada for further development. Our organization promote the application of science and technology for the general welfare of society, help KoreanCanadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential in both Canada and Korea, and serve the Korean community by delivering...

AKCSE is a non-profit organization to support sharing scientific knowledge between Korean-Canadians and setting up connections between Korea and Canada for further development. Our organization promote the application of science and technology for the general welfare of society, help KoreanCanadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential in both Canada and Korea, and serve the Korean community by delivering scientific and technological information. Although the target audience is focused around scientists and engineers, individuals of any faculty are welcome to join, as we hold academic and social events aimed to benefit all of the student body at the University of Waterloo.

Association of Latin American Students (ALAS)

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Who we are

The asosiation of Latin American Students (ALAS) is a cultural, recreational and social club created with the main purpose of sharing Latinx culture with the student body of the University of Waterloo. Our goal is to be inclusive of all people who wish to become more knowledgeable and involved with Latin America, whether or not they have direct ties connecting...

The asosiation of Latin American Students (ALAS) is a cultural, recreational and social club created with the main purpose of sharing Latinx culture with the student body of the University of Waterloo. Our goal is to be inclusive of all people who wish to become more knowledgeable and involved with Latin America, whether or not they have direct ties connecting them to the region. ALAS wishes to recognize and celebrate the rich cultural diversity presented in the different Latin American countries, and how our different identities are interwoven to form part of the same quilt.

Assyrian Chaldean Syriac Student Union

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Who we are

The Assyrian Chaldean Syriac Student Union (ACSSU) at the University of Waterloo serves to promote and educate others on Assyrian Chaldean Syriac culture and heritage, raise awareness on human rights issues, and support those in need. We would like to create a community at UW that is aware and appreciates the history and culture of all students. To achieve these...

The Assyrian Chaldean Syriac Student Union (ACSSU) at the University of Waterloo serves to promote and educate others on Assyrian Chaldean Syriac culture and heritage, raise awareness on human rights issues, and support those in need. We would like to create a community at UW that is aware and appreciates the history and culture of all students. To achieve these goals and strengthen ties within the ACS community we plan to hold fundraisers, social outings, community education seminars, cultural networking opportunities, and social justice and cultural events.

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