Do you feel like engaging with CNPEA? Here are ways for you to get involved:
- BECOME A MEMBER
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Would you like to represent your university or college in the Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (CNPEA) Student Ambassador Program?
The CNPEA is recruiting students from across Canada for the position of student ambassador. Becoming a student ambassador is a fantastic way to be involved in and support the fight against elder abuse in Canada. We offer engagement opportunities to students and novice researchers in the field of aging across Canada. As a student ambassador you can expect to:
- Contribute to the Blog: regularly covering hot topics, with your posts featured among community leaders and stakeholders who want to share their expertise and initiate a dialogue.
- Act as a liaison between the CNPEA and your university or college.
- Promote your work and the work of others at your university or college in the fight against elder abuse.
- Create your profile on the Hub with the CNPEA student ambassador title, and connect with other student ambassadors across the country.
There is a 1-year minimum commitment as a CNPEA student ambassador. The position is voluntary, so you can dedicate as much time as your schedule allows. Any student with an interest in elder abuse issues can become a member of CNPEA.To become a CNPEA student ambassador for your college or university, please email your CV, writing sample and a short letter of interest to .
- JOIN THE CNPEA MESSAGE BOARD
Interact directly with your community of peers to discuss news topics, ask a question or crowdsource a resource or a finding you can't find. How to participate to the conversation:
- Go to LOG IN, pick a username and a password.
- Tell us about you: fill in the required fields (area of expertise, province etc.). This will make it easier for others to find and connect with you.
- Go to Community -> Message Board.
You’re all set! You’re now ready to ask a question, start a conversation thread, join an existing one, or look for specific stakeholders to connect with. Once you have joined a conversation, you will receive email notifications of new interactions to help you stay in the loop. Yes, it is that easy.