ONTARIO STUDENT CHESS ORGANIZATION

 
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WHO WE ARE

A student-run nonprofit

The purpose of the Ontario Student Chess Organization is to create a friendly environment open to all Ontario university and college students of all chess skill levels and backgrounds where they can play and discuss chess. Chess clubs across Ontario collaborate with the goal of sharing inventory, learning, and gathering for chess tournaments. The organization also aims to foster student relationships with their local communities, and creating learning opportunities, as well as raise awareness of neurodegenerative disease.

WHAT WE DO

The Ontario Student Chess Organization focuses on creating opportunities for students to play chess with each other across the province. We work on many exciting projects to connect students to their local communities through chess. Learn more about what we do, who we help, and how we work every day to promote student involvement in chess.

 
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Student outreach

Building our Community

The Ontario Student Chess Organization brings together collegiate chess clubs across Ontario to collaborate for bimonthly tournaments for students of all chess skill levels and backgrounds. We aim to build lasting student relations and an environment that fosters friendly competition and learning.

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Chess Tournaments

Bringing Students Together

With this initiative, our goal is to promote great opportunities to play chess with other students. With all sorts of time controls, chess players can find the competitive environment that they have been looking for to play rapid and bullet chess. Learn more about our upcoming tournaments by getting in touch with our team today.

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Neurological Health

Playing for a cause

With this initiative, our goal is to promote awareness of neurodegenerative diseases among local communities through chess. By playing chess at our tournaments, students can become part of a larger movement while doing something that they enjoy.

 
 

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