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Soc Sci Students Making a Difference!

On March 2, undergraduate students from the Faculty of Social Sciences will present advocacy work in a poster showcase as part of the Clarke Prizes in Advocacy competition.

Feb 27, 2018

Drop in to the Clarke Prize poster showcase this Friday to view campaign ideas and chat with fellow students advocating to create meaningful change. This year topics include access to education, housing, indigenous issues, poverty alleviation, policy change, urban planning, and more.

Date: Friday, March 2
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 
Location: LRW 1003

(Drop-in event, no registration required)

Established in 2014 by McMaster alumnus Ryan Clarke (class of ’88) and his wife Leanne, the Prizes in Advocacy encourages students to explore topics, highlight real issues, and work towards bringing about a real change in the community.

Three projects are awarded financial prizes. The selected recipients also receive professional feedback from Ryan Clarke of Advocacy Solutions about their campaign.

Additionally, recipients are given one-on-one support from the Office of Experiential Education (EE) about how to incorporate this experience and prize effectively into their resume and LinkedIn profile.