Meghan Litteljohn is a Learning Strategist who joins us from the Office of the Faculty Registrar at the Faculty of Arts and Science. Meghan meets with Innis College students between 10am-4pm on Thursdays and Fridays at the Innis Residence, and offers a holistic approach to academic skill development. Appointments focus on practical strategies that build on students’ strengths and preferences in the following areas:
To book a 30 minute appointment with Meghan, please call (416)-978-2513 or speak to the front line advisor in the Registrar’s Office.
Innis College has invited Karen Pak, International Transition Advisor, to hold office hours on-site to support the transition of students and promote global learning opportunities. If you are an international student or new-to-Toronto, a transition advisor is for available to you.
Topics you may wish to discuss with the advisor include:
Please note CIE transition advisors cannot provide information about immigration documents (e.g. study permits, entry visas, work permits, etc.). For assistance regarding immigration documents, please review Immigration Advising on the CIE website.
Transition advisors also speak to domestic and international students about ways to enhance their education through global learning opportunities. Speak to them about:
To book an appointment with Karen, login to the CLN: https://clnx.utoronto.ca/home.htm
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As an Innis College alumna, Mary is excited to be supporting career development programming and offering one-on-one appointments for all Innis College students. As an undergraduate student, Mary was the President of the Innis College Student Society, participated in Innis College Council committees, and worked within the department of Clubs & Leadership Development. She looks forward to supporting your career exploration by helping you make meaning of your academic, co-curricular and personal experiences. Mary also loves chatting about social justice, the podcast Radio Lab, and kickboxing!
Also a part of the Career Exploration & Education Team at Innis:
Who: Andrey, Peer Career Advisor
What: Resume/Coverletter/LinkedIn reviews, questions about how to get involved on campus, find research opportunities, jobs and more!
Where: Outside Innis College Registrar’s Office, Tuesdays 12-2PM, drop in!
Year: 4th Year
Academic Programs: Political Science & Philosophy
About Me: Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to go into computer science – but when I got into university I discovered a passion for political theory and have been pursuing it since. In my spare time I love to travel, play guitar, and read historical fiction. I look forward to meeting some of you in the coming months, and helping you work through your career exploration journeys!
Who: Abir, Peer Career Advisor
Where: Outside Innis College Registrar’s Office, Thursdays 10AM-12PM, drop in!
Year: 4th Year
Academic Programs: Architecture and Environmental Design
About Me: In my spare time I love to spend time with my family, especially my toddler cousins. I love travelling and have visited 10 countries since the summer of 2017!
Looking for an internship? Want that job application reviewed? Have questions about applying to further education, what to do with your degree, networking and more? Visit the Peers to get your application reviewed and learn about the Career Exploration and Education resources, job shadowing programs, workshops and how we can help you on your journey!
In her role as the new Embedded Counsellor at Innis College, Jaylin Bradbury, MSW RSW, brings compassion and understanding to each of her counselling sessions. Since graduating from the University of Toronto’s Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work in 2011, Jaylin has been working predominantly as a counsellor in community mental health settings. She is well-versed in evidence-based therapies and works from a holistic and client-centred approach. Most importantly, she is here to listen to your story and help you gain greater insight into your thoughts, feelings, and behaviours to improve your overall wellness.
Jaylin provides counselling support at her office located in the iSchool, directly across from Innis College. For more information on how to book an appointment with Jaylin, or how to get a referral to see Jaylin you can:
Call the Health & Wellness Centre directly at 416-978-8030 and request an appointment with Jaylin. Mention that you are a student at Innis College.
Speak to Anica Dang, the Residence Life Coordinator in the Residence.
Speak to Sarah Burley Hollows, Assistant Dean, Student Life, through the Office of Student Life (email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in to her office in the Student Life Office).
Speak to someone in the Registrar’s Office (416-978-2513 to make an appointment or drop in to speak to someone there).