As a Michener student you have many opportunities to get involved and participate in school events, activities and clubs.
The Student Council serves as the students’ representative body. It initiates and directs student activities, acts as liaison with Michener staff and represents the student body on many influential Michener committees. The council consists of student representatives elected from each of the programs, and members attend weekly meetings to conduct business. A staff member serves as advisor to assist the council.
If you are interested in joining Student Council email email@example.com or call 416. 596.3101 ext. 3358.
Michener Charity Committee
The Charity Committee is a dynamic group of students who are passionate about serving the global community. It is dedicated to providing students with opportunities to develop humanitarian skills through participation, discussion and ambassadorship. Throughout the academic year, members of The Charity Committee volunteer for community events and support various charities through fundraising initiatives and donations.
Membership is open to all past and present students, faculty, staff and clinical and non-clinical partners of The Michener Institute. Meetings are held once a month at The Michener Institute and all students are welcome to attend. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Laboratory Student Society (MLSS)
The Medical Laboratory Student Society (MLSS) is a student group that is open to students in Medical Laboratory Science, Genetics and Diagnostic Cytology programs. The MLSS organizes fundraising and educational events on campus including:
- An annual bake sale to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada
- Participation in the Light the Night Walk (www.lightthenight.ca)
- Networking and community building opportunities such as trivia nights.
On campus MLSS organizes ‘lunch and learn’ sessions and speaker nights to connect current students with recent graduates and seasoned laboratory professionals. MLSS provides a great opportunity to learn more about career options in the laboratory and beyond. Contact the MLSS to find out more at email@example.com
Medical Radiation Sciences Society (MRSS)
The MRSS encompasses both the academic and social aspects of student life with connection to the University of Toronto. It achieves this through student representation on decision-making administrative program committees. Student representation for the MRSS will be distributed between all disciplines (Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology, Radiological Technology and Radiation Therapy) and across all three academic years.
As MRSS members, it is the responsibility of every MRSS member to maintain open communication with his or her respective class regarding all academic and social activities by promoting interprofessionalism among peers, encouraging feedback and ensuring that students are connected with the MRSS. Contact the MRSS to find out more at firstname.lastname@example.org