If you are considered a potential candidate, you will be contacted for an interview. Once selected, you will be required to attend a mandatory training session in August to go over the expectations and sign your confidentiality and service agreement.
* Applicant information will remain confidential and will be securely stored as per York University’s compliance with the Freedom of Information and Access to Privacy Act (FIPPA)
- Kinesiology and Health Science
- Health Studies (Policy, Management and Informatics)
- Global Health
- Points and rewards!
- Develop your leadership skills
- Strengthen your communication , presentation and organizational skills
- Acquire transferable skills employers are looking for
- Network with other like-minded students, faculty and staff
- Get involved and be part of building a sense of community on campus
- Meet students from other programs
- Make new friends and have fun
- outgoing and energetic
- compassionate about helping others
- well-informed about their degree programs
- good leaders and communicators
- SHAYs are primarily a representative of York University, the Faculty of Health and the program of study they are in.
- SHAYs are responsible for attending York events and Faculty events.
- SHAYs are required to communicate their experience and information about Faculty of Health degree programs to prospective students, their parents and other attendees.
You will receive emails with information about various events throughout the year; all you need to do is respond by letting us know which events you would like to participate in.
Please remember that all SHAYs are expected to attend a minimum of five events during the academic year. In the unlikely event that we have too many SHAYS for an event we will allocate and be fair as possible.
- The Ontario University Fair
- Fall Campus Day
- Experience York Day
- York-Wide Applicant Receptions
- Health Program Applicant Receptions
- Campus Tours
- High School Visits
- Calling Campaigns
Other activities include participating in Orientation Week in September by providing tours or assisting with presentations to new students, participating in program videos, being photographed for marketing material, among other opportunities that may come up.