Every parent has a different perspective on how and to what degree they want to get involved in the McGill community. Whether you wish to volunteer at events in your region, share your experiences with other McGill parents in person or online, or interact on a Facebook group, the possibilities are plentiful. Keep reading for some of the ways you can increase your involvement.
The Parents Program provides a unique opportunity to connect with this important constituency. It exists to engage, solicit and steward current parents while their students are at McGill and to encourage financial support to the University.
The International Parents Council (IPC) - Outreach (Volunteer Opportunities)
Here are some of the activities to partake in as a volunteer on this committee:
The following regions are those that have a large number of active and involved parents: Boston, Connecticut, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Paris, London, and Switzerland.
Communications for Parents
There’s also a wide range of social media resources that exist for McGill parents. Some of these communities you may be aware of and some you may be discovering for the first time. Either way, we have some great suggestions about how you can strengthen your ties to the University wherever you are in the world.
To learn more about the Parents Program and volunteering, or if you have questions and need guidance, please contact Shana Szikman at parents [dot] association [at] mcgill [dot] ca, 514-398-7278 or 1-800-567-5175, ext. 7278 (toll-free in North America).