Feds Clubs

Pre-Med Club, UW

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  • Academic

Our aim is to help students succeed in their pursuit of a career in medicine. Specifically, we will run medical school information sessions, mock MCATs and interviews, provide resources and volunteer opportunities in various medically oriented settings.

Pre-Optometry Club, UW

Categories:
  • Academic

The UW Pre-Optometry Club is open to all undergraduate members of the University of Waterloo who are interested in exploring a career in Optometry. Whether you are already planning to become an Optometrist, want to explore the possibility of a career in Optometry, or simply want to find out what Optometry is all about, this club is for you! The purpose of our club is to provide students with an opportunity to learn more about the profession of Optometry and to assist students in their preparation for Optometry School. We aim to help students find valuable pre-professional experiences, to help students network with each other and with professionals in the community, and to provide a more enjoyable educational experience.

Pre-Pharmacy, UW

Categories:
  • Academic

The UW Pre-Pharmacy Club was created for students by students to act as a resource for those who have a passion for the pharmacy profession. Throughout the years the UW Pre-Pharmacy Club has become much more than just a resource to students. We are a dynamic club that creates an environment where it’s possible to interact and meet students with the same career goals as you. Even if you are merely considering pharmacy as a possible career we provide fun and interactive events that allow you to imagine what being a pharmacist is like. Our annual Pharmacy Olympics in the winter term, for example, make you scramble to count candy as fast as you can, basically stimulating a busy pharmacy after a holiday. We also provide talks with guest speakers (pharmacy students and pharmacists), information sessions, tours and much more!

Pre-Rehabilitation Science, UW

Categories:
  • Academic

The Pre-Rehabilitation Science club aims to:

  1. Supply UW students with current information about Rehabilitation Science in the areas of Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, Kinesiology, and Chiropractic.
  2. Provide academic support for UW students in regards to Rehabilitation Science schools application process.
  3. Provide a medium for UW students to network with Rehabilitation Science professionals in the Kitchener/Waterloo community.

The Pre-Rehabilitation Science club plans to hold educational seminars/workshops, networking events, and a mentorship program!

Pre-Vet Club, UW

Categories:
  • Academic

The UW Pre-Vet Club is open for anyone who loves animals. Academically, we aim to help students who are interested in animal-related studies. We connect students with volunteer opportunities and host guest speakers in relation to veterinary studies. Socially, we hold fundraisers for local organizations that support animals in need as well as connecting like-minded students with each other. All animal lovers are encouraged and welcomed to join!

Product Vision

Categories:
  • Business and Entrepreneurial

The vision of Product Vision club is to foster product leadership and perspective among engineering­-focused students regardless of the career path and help students break into product management.

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Project: Trashion

Categories:
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development
  • Creative Arts, Dance and Music
  • Environmental and Sustainability

Project: Trashion is an upcoming exhibition led by students to approach and present sustainability issues in the fashion industry, in addition to the general waste we produce, through art, media and design. The exhibition is comprised of two segments, a fashion exhibition and a tradeshow. The fashion exhibition to showcase works of art that are made with the help of passionate and creative students. The tradeshow segment allows the engagement between leading advocators for sustainability in their respective rights industry to bring the public closer to their local activists and provide them with education, information and options on how an individual can contribute themselves to make a global impact with one small action at a time. 

We strive to create a global impact by educating, engaging and creating a culture of sustainability, starting with our community. Our greatest challenges not only lies in creating a zero-waste, energy efficient and sustainable event, but to create a collaborative cooperation between established advocators to cultivate a sustainable culture in the community. 
 

Rare Disease Review

Categories:
  • Academic
  • Media, Publications and Web Development

Rare Disease Review is a student-run medical, health policy, and bioethics journal focused on providing detailed discourse on rare diseases and their societal effects that anyone can understand. Since its founding in 2015, Rare Disease Review has been committed to communicating science to the general public, and to discussing the relationship between science and society. Rare Disease Review was formed in an attempt to bridge the divide between the dense, complex research done by the scientists around the world and the superficial information provided by rare disease websites. In short, it's hard to find solid information about rare diseases that provides a satisfactory level of depth and detail that's written in simple and easy to understand English.

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reboot

Categories:
  • Academic
  • Games, Recreational and Social

reboot is a one of a kind, inclusive and transdisciplinary club that aims to unite students from all faculties and programs. It is the only Feds club that allows students from different faculties to create things together. Each term, members apply their interests and skills to create unique projects in a collaborative setting. The projects are entirely based on the members’ interests, and will change each term. The club provides its members with the opportunity to learn new skills, and share the knowledge they already have, with students across UW.  We believe that the most creative ideas are fostered by collaboration. So what are you waiting for? Whether you are from Engineering, Health Sciences, Arts, Environment, Math or Science….join reboot to share what you know, learn new skills, make connections, and bring your craziest ideas to life! Join the movement.

Rotaract Club, UW

Categories:
  • Charitable, Community Service & International Development

We are a Rotary-sponsored service club engaging University of Waterloo Students and Community Members in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region that hopes to help its members to become leaders in the community. By joining Rotaract, you can look forward to local and international service opportunities, career building activities, social gatherings, and a chance to meet and network with Rotarians in the community. Not only will you be joining our club, you will be joining a larger community of more than 9,000 Rotaract clubs and 1.2 million Rotarians around the world! We look forward to meeting you. To find out more, please visit our webpage or our Rotaract Club Facebook page.

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Rubik’s Cube Club

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  • Games, Recreational and Social

This club's goal is to promote the awesomeness and furthered learning of all things associated with, and including, the Rubik's Cube (including the Rubik's Snake, Rubik's Magic, Rubik's 360, Rubik's Clock and the Megaminx, just to name a few).

Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Categories:
  • Games, Recreational and Social

Sahaja Yoga Meditation (SYM) Club helps the members of Waterloo community to learn meditation and relaxation techniques. These techniques help with stress relief and balanced living. The club organizes weekly meditation sessions and provides information on various aspects of meditation. The members get to experience meditation at these sessions and also learn how to meditate at home.

The SYM club is open to everyone. Additional benefits of meditation include improved concentration, improved health and emotional balance. The sessions are free of cost and this meditation technique is practised in over 100 countries. Come join us for one of the sessions to try it out!

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