Inactive Clubs

Afghan Students Association of Waterloo

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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.

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.

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.

Because I am a girl UW

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Who we are

Because I Am A Girl is an international sub organization of PLAN.
70% of the one billion people living in extreme poverty are women and girls.
Girls are 3x more likely to be malnourished than boys.
Globally, 66 million girls do not attend primary or secondary school.

The University of Waterloo's chapter will work to fundraise money for Girl...

Because I Am A Girl is an international sub organization of PLAN.
70% of the one billion people living in extreme poverty are women and girls.
Girls are 3x more likely to be malnourished than boys.
Globally, 66 million girls do not attend primary or secondary school.

The University of Waterloo's chapter will work to fundraise money for Girl Scholarships and nutrition programs. We also organize educational seminars, training opportunities, awareness campaigns and more!

Check out http://becauseiamagirl.ca/ for more information!

Believe 4 Kids

Last Active Term
Who we are

Non-profit club that helps raise money for local children's charities through events such as bake sales, movie nights and basketball game events.

Non-profit club that helps raise money for local children's charities through events such as bake sales, movie nights and basketball game events.

Bengali Students Association (BSA)

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Who we are

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Best Buddies, UW

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Who we are

Best Buddies was founded in the United States in 1993 and has expanded worldwide. As a participating school, the University of Waterloo Best Buddies Chapter's goal is to make our community more inclusive and accepting of people with intellectual disabilities.

The club consists of Peer Buddies and Executive members. Peer Buddies are students paired in a one-to-one friendship with...

Best Buddies was founded in the United States in 1993 and has expanded worldwide. As a participating school, the University of Waterloo Best Buddies Chapter's goal is to make our community more inclusive and accepting of people with intellectual disabilities.

The club consists of Peer Buddies and Executive members. Peer Buddies are students paired in a one-to-one friendship with an adult who has an intellectual disability (called a Buddy). Peer Buddy and Buddy matches are made for at least one academic year and made based off similar interests between the pair. Executive members consist of a President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Junior Executives.

Peer Buddies and Buddies meet and connect virtually or in-person once a week. At this time, our Chapter holds group events once a month, either in-person or virtually.

Between the Lines UW (BLUW)

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Biomedical Science Student Association

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Who we are

The Biomedical Science Student Association is a club that aims to promote a welcoming academic and social atmosphere to incoming students who wish to pursue professions under the field of Biomedicine. Such professions can include, but are not limited to: research, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and allied healthcare professions. Our goal is to foster meaningful connections between first and second year...

The Biomedical Science Student Association is a club that aims to promote a welcoming academic and social atmosphere to incoming students who wish to pursue professions under the field of Biomedicine. Such professions can include, but are not limited to: research, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and allied healthcare professions. Our goal is to foster meaningful connections between first and second year students (whether they know what they want to do or not) with upper year students, who have experience with matters such as professional school applications, courses, minors, and much more. We believe in building the community within the biomedical science, honour's science program, and beyond them to form a cohesive network of students helping students.

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