Be one of 30 people to join Maddie Campbell (BA '19, Recreation and Sport Business), Operations Coordinator at Canadian Student Leadership Association, and hear about her experiences at the University of Waterloo and beyond.
Come expecting to learn about:
transferring programs in University,
recognizing and making the most of opportunities,
finding a balance between home and school,
working through university to launch professional career,
not putting limits on your potential (or your workplaces),
Grant writing, Government Relations, Event Planning, Adaptability through Covid.
Spots are limited and you don't want miss out on this great opportunity. Send in your questions for Maddie today, and come ready for a great conversation!
Maddie Campbell is a life-long student leader and learner who found a way to turn her love of activities, organizing and community impact into a career. Born and raised in the Waterloo Region, Maddie has been connected to her community from day one, particularly through sports and various charitable organizations. Choosing to stay close to her community, Maddie attended the University of Waterloo and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Recreation and Sport Business (2019).
Along her student leadership journey, Maddie has served as a Co-Prime Minister at her high school, V.P. of Internal Affairs for the University of Waterloo’s Applied Health Sciences Undergraduate Members (AHSUM), Logistics Coordinator for Applied Health Sciences Orientation Week and various event coordinating roles in between. Maddie is the current Operations Coordinator and incoming Executive Director for the Canadian Student Leadership Association, a national not-for-profit organization that provides leadership resources, programs and opportunities for youth leaders across Canada, including the Canadian Student Leadership Conference (CSLC).
Before joining CSLA as a staff member, Maddie was a member of the organizing committee for the 2017 Canadian Student Leadership Conference hosted in Waterloo. As the only full-time staff person for CSLA, Maddie’s journey has come full circle as she attended CSLC 2013 (Montague, PEI) as a student leader and representative for her school. Maddie can be described as someone who always has a smile on their face, a coffee in hand and her fanny pack nearby. In her spare time, you’ll likely find Maddie at a hockey arena cheering on her favourite team, volunteering with community initiatives, or on the bench as a minor hockey trainer.