October Member Offerings
Kuwait Aid Network Internship Programs
Kuwait Aid Network
Interested in conducting research with a not-for-profit organization? Want a paid internship with research and survey support? Fascinated with travelling to a new country and having hands-on experience working with a grassroots organization? Then you may be interested in learning more about Kuwait Aid Network’s Internship Programs!
KAN’s Graduate Student Internship Program is looking for MA or PhD students interested in not-for-profit work and research on migrant workers or vulnerable communities in Kuwait. Graduate students will be able to conduct their research and survey work as a part of their internship.
KAN also provides interning opportunities for undergraduate students and high school students.
If KAN’s Internship Program interests you, email us to express your interest in joining at our email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Guelph Comedy Festival Announcement
Guelph Comedy Festival
Thursday, October 19 @ 7 PM – Saturday October 21 @ 11 PM | Tickets range between $15-35 | @10C, 42 Carden St., Guelph
The Guelph Comedy Fest is back again for its 10th anniversary! With 6 incredible shows running from October 19th to October 21st. Headliners include: Deanne Smith, Aurora Brown, Jackie Pirico, Rap Battlez, Ben Sosa-Wright, and 2-Man No-Show.
COIL Circular Investment Webinar – Join us on Oct 24th 1pm ET
COIL (Jess from 10C)
Tuesday, October 24 | 1:00 PM | Free | Online
On October 24th 1:00pm ET, join COIL in conversation with Anthony Green (Greenhouse Juice) and Tori Hellrung (Fondaction) about leveraging investment opportunities for circular business and innovation. They will explore the national investment landscape, and the different capital and growth mechanisms that could be leveraged to scale circular impact. You can expect an audience of investors, institutional procurement, government, corporate buyers, as well as entrepreneurs, innovators, business-owners and industry leads.
COIL will also be launching its investment lookbook, “Advancing Circularity: Investment Opportunities in the Circular Economy” as part of its mission to support the growth of climate-smart, circular solutions across Canada.
Advanced ESL mini-course
Every Wednesday from Oct. 18 – Nov. 8, 2023 | 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM | Fee dependent on enrolment: $75 (7 students) to $130 (4 students) | @10C, 42 Carden St., Guelph
The mini-course will take place on 4 consecutive Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:30 pm in a meeting room at 10 Carden St., Guelph (from Oct. 18 – Nov. 8, 2023). The maximum number of students will be 7 and the minimum will be 4.
Lineup Announced! Tickets on Sale Oct. 10th! Festival Starts Nov. 3!
Guelph Film Festival
Friday, November 3 – Saturday, November 11, 2023 | Free Under-30, Pay What You Want | Locations vary per film
This year we are focusing all of our creative energy on doing live, in-person events better than ever—bigger, louder, quirkier, more playful, and more deeply thought provoking. We are curating events, sparked by the themes of our documentary films, to ignite conversations about our world and relationships. The festival will be lighting up screens across downtown Guelph (and beyond!) to showcase artful nonfiction films that explore the themes of social justice, the environment, and community building. But that doesn’t mean it always needs to be intense. Joy can be a radical act. Sharing stories that matter is at the heart of what we do. And you never know which story will change you or the world.
Opening night will explore love and music with July Talk: Love Lives Here, while closing night will showcase the glittery excellence of Black Barbie. This year’s festival focuses on influential acts of agency and celebration, following your dreams and dancing your dance, while taking moments to get deep, make a difference, and reflect.
Flavours Without Borders
Kuwait Aid Network
Tuesday, October 24 | 3:30 PM – 6:30 PM | Free | @10C, 42 Carden St., Guelph
KAN is holding its next monthly free food community event on October 24th at 10C! Come join us for some delicious Middle Eastern food and build our community.
Alexander Technique Group Classes with Daniel Cabena
Wednesday, October 25 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | Pay What You Can (suggested cost $25) | In the Activity Room @10C, 42 Carden St., Guelph
Dan Cabena will be teaching a series of six group classes in the Alexander Technique. These will take place on October 25th and every Wednesday in November, from noon until 1pm in the Activity Room. These classes are a chance to learn and practice the principles of the Alexander Technique, an education method that helps us to explore our performance activities and the activities of everyday living, mindful of the “how” of what we do. The Alexander Technique invites us to be curious and to do that which we might wish to do safely, easefully & sustainably.