Are you interested in gaining skills that you cannot get in a lecture? Are you looking to explore new and exciting leadership opportunities within Innis College? If your answer is “YES”, then Innis’ Leadership Committee is the right place for you. Some of you may have heard of our Leadership series entitled: In2U. For those of you who have not heard of it, get ready for something great! In2U offers three core workshops over the course of the academic year.
The first session is called In2U: Pathways to Leadership and is intended for those looking to gain, brush-up or polish-up on their leadership skills. Our second workshop is called In2U: Students in Leadership and aims to help students achieve their leadership potential within and external to the College. The third and final component is called In2U: Transition to Leadership where newly elected, appointed, volunteered or hired student leaders have the opportunity to meet and learn from current student leaders. In addition to these three workshops, students will also have the opportunity to practice many of their newly-learned skills through a series of networking seminars known as Back-Pack to Briefcase (B2B), hosted by the Innis Alumni Office.
Listen, interact and experience workshops with fellow leaders! Look forward to meeting Innis Alum Mary Stefanidis and Kate Bowers from the career centre. Professor Jooyoung Lee from the department of sociology will also be speaking! Topics include career growth, change management, conflict management and insight into the future.
Building Your Strengths is a series of workshops encouraging you to further develop your Strengths and apply them in a variety of contexts.
The workshops available for Winter 2017 are:
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Students will have the opportunity to prepare and present a workshop about something they’ve learned, they’ve practiced, or to lead a discussion in something they are curious about. We strongly encourage all students – from first-year undergrad to graduate to apply!
Click here to submit a workshop proposal. Due January 16, 2017
Want to know more? There is an info session online on January 11 at 3pm or in person on January 13 from 4-5.
Lead with Pride is a two-day conference that brings students together to learn about LGBTQ issues, leadership and community building on campus and beyond. It is a great opportunity for new students looking to connect with student leaders and LGBTQ+-related student organizations.
WHAT: We will be welcoming LGBTQ+ community leaders, U of T students, staff and alumni to facilitate a range of interactive workshops strengthening the diversity of LGBTQ+ student leadership today.
WHO: We encourage everyone interested to apply, including current student leaders, volunteers with LGBTQ+ groups, students from all colleges, campuses and academic disciplines.
WHEN: Friday, February 10 & Saturday, February 11, 2017
WHERE: Multi-Faith Centre (also known as Koffler House) at 569 Spadina Crescent
There is a budgeted number of spots, everyone is welcome to apply but priority but be given to students who haven’t attended the conference before. No leadership experience is required to apply.
Applications due Friday, Jan 27, 2017 at 12pm
Direct any questions or how to get involved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
More info here
A student-centric event that brings together 300 student, faculty and external partners of U of T to explore what social innovation is and could be at the University of Toronto. The day will give participants more clarity over the topic, surface existing initiatives and opportunities, nurture potential partnerships and strengthen the collective commitment to social innovation and entrepreneurship.
Breakout sessions designed for students to explore the field, including: social justice, health/health tech, experiential learning and many more.
November 21st, 8:30am-3:30pm at Hart House
More information on the Facebook page
Cost: Free! Lunch included.
Please register here