Office of Co-Curricular Engagement and Learning

VIU Games Participant - Fun@VIU

Description

This student participated in the VIU Games and competed with purpose, sportsmanship, and respect.

Position Overview

This position is for students who have participated in the VIU Games and have competed with purpose, sportsmanship, and respect.

The Fun@ VIU Committee is a program of the Office of Co-Curricular Engagement & Learning. It is student-driven, Faculty and Staff supported. The purpose of the Fun@ VIU Committee is to build opportunities for student engagement in the community. Fun@VIU creates initiatives around experiential leadership development by building upon the Vancouver Island University (VIU) Graduate Attributes.

The VIU Games is an annual event held at Vancouver Island University where teams of 8 - 10 members are formed from clubs, faculties, and VIU communities in an integrated competition of spirit, faculty pride, and sportsmanship. Members of each team compete in multiple events throughout the entire one-day VIU Games in sport, team spirit, and mystery competitions. The winning team will have their name engraved on the VIU Games “Chassles Cup”.

The purpose of the VIU Games is to unite VIU’s campus through a common thread of competitive spirit. Chosen as the tagline for the VIU Games, “Compete with Purpose” challenges competitors to think and compete further than the goal of victory. The aim is to strive towards enriching the meaning of the student experience at VIU by building relationships campus-wide.

Participants have a united, common goal - making an impact in the community by expanding VIU’s graduate attributes of Collaboration, and Capacity to Engage in Respectful Relationships.

Graduate Attributes Associated

Students in this position will gain skills in active learning, capacity to engage in respectful relationships, collaboration, foundations for lifelong learning, integrative learning, and safe and ethical practices.

Job Type

  • This is a participant position

  • Number of positions: multiple

Sign Up Directions

For more information, please contact Omar Karim, Coordinator, Office of Co-Curricular Engagement and Learning (OCCEL), at Omar.Karim@viu.ca