Applications to join the Student Justice Centre Team for the 2022-2023 year are now closed.
To inquire further about joining our team, please email Rabia at email@example.com .
NEW! Student Justice Advocacy Team Member applications for the 2022-2023 school year are now open!
Brock Human Rights and Equity’s Student Justice Centre (SJC) is looking for undergraduate from all university departments who are passionate about working within the fields of human rights, equity, and advocacy. Please see the PDF link below for job description details.
To apply for the position, please send a cover letter and resume to the Student Justice Education Coordinator,
Rabia Choudhary at
July 15th, 2022 by 11:59 pm.
2022-23 Student Justice Advocacy Member Job Description
If you need assistance or support when applying, please feel free to email Rabia !
All About the SJC:
The Student Justice Centre is your campus hub for social and political education, support, and activism! The SJC provides support to students impacted by and not limited to: Racism, Colonialism, Transphobia, Homophobia, Ableism, Xenophobia, Ethno-Religious Fascism, Classism, Sexism, and Ageism. We advocate for Social Justice through educative initiatives, activism support, and programming, like workshops, events, film screenings, campaigns, etc. We provide students with many free educational opportunities, access to free resources (like condoms, menstrual products, Chest Binders and Breast Forms), as well as student placements and opportunities for paid workshop facilitation. We also partner with student groups doing justice work to provide logistical, organizing, and financial support. The Student Justice Centre typically provides a safe space on campus where students can drop in at any time to hang out, study, connect with like-minded folks, and discuss social issues that matter most to you.
What do we do?
- Provide a safe space on campus (and virtually) where students can exist free of discrimination
- Provide a campus hub where students can develop activism and advocacy skills
- Provide free educational opportunities for students
- Provide resources, like free food, menstrual products, and chest binders/ breast forms
- Provide paid opportunities for students
- Provide placement/ internship & volunteer opportunities for students
- Advocate for and uplift marginalized students
- Build community among marginalized groups on campus
- Make Brock a safer and more inclusive environment
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