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.
Accessibility Services is recruiting Volunteers this summer to take part in the Volunteer Note-taking program. As a part of the campus community, Accessibility Services is committed to ensuring that our campus is inclusive and treats all persons in an equitable manner.
The Volunteer Note-taking program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to get involved on campus, build their resume and improve on their study habits while getting co-curricular acknowledgement from the university and recognition from our offices in the form of a certificate.
Volunteers play a huge part in our ability to provide note-taking accommodations to the growing number of registered students. With the largest service of this kind of all three campuses, we would not be able to meet the increasing demand for one of the most requested accommodations from Accessibility Services.
For more information, please contact:
455 Spadina Avenue (just north of College Street)
4th Floor, Suite 400
Toronto, ON M5S 2G8
Office hours: 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM (Monday to Friday)
Note: Daily lunch closure is from 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
The Agency @UofT presents this rare occasion to hear from one of Africa’s top business leaders speak on the impact of social enterprise on the African economy.
Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli is a Nigerian social entrepreneur with 21 years of experience in International Development and Business Management. She is the founder of LEAP Africa, a nonprofit organization that focuses on encouraging leadership and development initiatives for youth and business owners.
Time: 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Address: Centre for Social Innovation, 192 Spadina Ave
Cost: Free! Refreshments provided.
For more info on her work and this, and to RVSP, visit HERE
Next Steps is an intensive and energizing two day conference for transitioning students and recent U of T graduates. It is part career exploration, part preparation for life after graduation, and a great way for students and young alumni to start building their professional networks.
Who Should Attend?
If you are a graduating student in the Faculty of Arts & Science, a recent University of Toronto graduate or a younger student who would like to start planning for the future, then Next Steps is for you. Participation is FREE.
Not an Arts and Science Student?
A number of spaces for students from other faculties and schools have been reserved.
If you’re a recent alum interested in advice and support, you’re more than welcome to attend. Register as a delegate and attend the whole conference or simply come to the Alumni-Student Networking Event.
Friday, April 28-29, 2017
Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre (89 Chestnut St.)
U of T introduces its first ever Entrepreneurship Week this year from March 27-31, 2017!
Incubator and accelerator programs and other partners are hosting events throughout the week culminating in the Startup Showcase on Friday, March 31st in the Goldring Centre with 60+ startups, a chance to vote for your favourite startups to help them win prizes, the first annual RBC Prize for Innovation and Entrepreneurship pitch competition, and the RBC Innovation and Entrepreneurship Speaker Series with Geoffrey Hinton on machine learning and its applications, one of the hottest areas in innovation right now. Check out all the events happening below.
For those new to entrepreneurship, this is an excellent opportunity to learn more about entrepreneurship and the incubator/accelerator programs at UofT and to meet the next generation of entrepreneurs. For entrepreneurs, you’ll have the chance to showcase your innovation, win prizes, and grow your network across UofT and beyond.
Represent is the largest annual Student Leadership Conference at U of T for elected and appointed student representatives. This year’s theme is “It Starts with Us”.
We want student leaders to feel inspired, empowered, and confident in their abilities to make an impact in the community. Whether they are in a representative role, an executive position planning events, or at the head of their student organization, this conference will have workshops and sessions catered to their specific responsibilities and interests.
When: Saturday, April 29th and Sunday, April 30th
Where: Hart House
Cost: $25 (includes meals)
Please join the FACEBOOK EVENT
Please find the link to REGISTER
The deadline to register is MONDAY, APRIL 17th at 9am