Skills for success aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge that will help them succeed during their time in university and their life following graduation. More importantly, the programmes offered through this portfolio help individuals build their confidence and explore themselves. Skills for success are not just about today, they are about crafting a repertoire of applicable, relevant and transferable life-long skills. Make the most of your time here at Innis by learning and developing new skills, while honing your current skills.
In order to empower students to explore career options and develop self-directed career management skills, the Career Centre has embedded career support at Innis College to meet diverse student needs. Through providing career advising, career-related capacity building workshops, programs to explore careers, employer events and job postings, on-campus recruitment and resources, the Career Centre strives to help students attain renewable competencies, career clarity and confidence for a lifetime of productive and engaged citizenship.
If you identify as a person on the autism spectrum, come out to this workshop to find out more about job application processes and what supports are available to you.
Thursday, Nov 23, 11-12pm in the Cumberland Room of CIE
More info or to register on the Student Life website
Why study alone when you can study with friends? If you find it hard to focus on projects and to stay on track, you can make the Study Hubs part of your regular week. And if you need some help, Learning Strategists and peer mentors are on hand to provide some useful academic resources.
No registration, all are welcome.
Fall 2017: until December 14
Winter 2018: Jan 9 to April 26
Study Hubs run on different days and times so you can easily come in before, between or after your classes. For details, click HERE
OSL invites current Innis life science students interested in research to attend this panel discussion. Upper-year students will go over what their past research experiences and the steps they took to securing a position.
Lunch will be provided. Register HERE
Thursday, November 23, from 11-1pm in the Events Room
Check out the Facebook event page HERE
Join us on Saturday, October 28th from 9:30-1 pm at Woodsworth College (Rm. 120) for a series of workshops aimed to help you study & ace those exams!
More Writing Plus workshops available throughout the year HERE
Come participate in an evidence-based workshop for all Arts and Science students where you will discover how motivation influences academic success.
Admission is FREE and a free meal will be provided!
This interactive session uses research and insights from the psychology of motivation to support your academic success. Motivation concerns why you do what you do. In the context of higher education, research has shown that some forms of motivation are more strongly related to academic success than others. In this session, you will complete a self-assessment that will reveal sources of your own academic motivation and learn how your motivational orientation may affect your satisfaction and success at university.
Tuesday, 31 October 3:30 – 5 pm
Innis Events Room