Whether you are a student, faculty member, professional in the field, parent, or community member, there are many ways to get involved in the work being done at Centre for Child Well-Being.
Students participation and involvement is crucial to the success of a research centre, and we are no different. The Centre for Child Well-Being is a dynamic place where you can grow and develop your skills by observing, practicing applied skills and reflecting. Students also play a vital role working as Research Assistants, where you advance and contribute to relevant projects happening in the Centre. If you're interested in getting involved, you can:
Faculty Members, either from Mount Royal or other universities, can get involved in the Centre’s work in a variety of ways. Our mandate is to highlight relevant research undertaken by faculty members, and we strive to be a hub that connects collaborators involved in research, policy and practice. If you're a faculty member who's interested, we encourage you to:
The Centre wouldn't exist without the engagement and interest of the external community, funders, students, parents and other interested individuals. Even though you aren't a student or faculty member, there are ways for the broader community to get involved: