Leadership Opportunities

Join that club you’re curious about. Take on a leadership role that inspires you. Develop career-ready skills that potential employers notice and appreciate—all while having fun and making friends on campus. 

The Student Experience Record, formerly known as the co-curricular record, is an official MacEwan document that recognizes the extracurricular activities you participate in as a MacEwan student. Bring the SER to a job interview or attach it to an application. It will boost your resumé and CV and let potential employers know a bit more about you. Learn more about this university-recognized document in the SER section of MacEwanLife.


Explore the possibilities

Anthropology and accounting, fine art and feminism, e-sports and athletics. Find out if the non-credit clubs you’re interested in are eligible for, or are already listed on, the Student Experience Record; request to have an activity added; and discover the learning outcomes associated with a variety of campus activities. To ask about adding an activity to the SER and for more information, contact us at

Helping out at convocation, joining the Golden Key International Honour Society, leading tours at new student orientation—we have volunteer opportunities for everyone.  


The MacEwan Ambassador Program provides you with the opportunity to serve the MacEwan University and Edmonton communities through volunteer service.

Ambassador Program

The transition to university can be challenging for some first-year students, who aren't sure where to get support or how to participate in activities and events. As a mentor, you can show the way, helping them get the most out of university life.

Apply to be a mentor

You have an idea; we can help make it happen

Apply to receive funding to bring your community engagement (CE) project or partnership idea to life or to attend a conferences within Canada. There are three types of CE grants available to students.

Community Engagement Grants
Emerging Leaders program
Enhance employment prospects, prepare yourself for a role in student government, learn to lead others in community and campus activities. This free, three-part certificate program focuses on leadership themes, topics and frameworks.
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Join a club, develop skills as a volunteer, lead an intramural team. You can build your resumé while pursuing personal interests.
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Build your resumé
At MacEwan, there are plenty of opportunities for building your resumé with experiential record opportunities. The Interdisciplinary Dialogue Project is one example. Learn about this exciting annual event.
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