With the ever-growing demands of today’s society, the need for all-encompassing leadership skills is crucial. Innis is well known for its extraordinary level of student leadership and engagement, and has numerous avenues for involvement within the community at large.
Aiming to reinforce and expand leadership opportunities and encourage personal growth, the Office of Student Life at Innis also organizes events, workshops and networking opportunities; after all, a successful leader is one who is well-rounded in all aspects of leadership.
The Transition Programs Assistant (TPA) plays an integral role in the implementation of a variety of transition programs and initiatives within the Office of Student Life at Innis College. The TPA will have the opportunity to assist with the full breadth of our transition programs but will focus primarily upon our summer mentorship initiatives.
With the support and direction of the Assistant Dean, Student Life, the TPA will assist with:
Skills & Experiences – Applications are invited from individuals with the following skills and experiences:
Terms of Employment
Period of Employment: May 10 – August 27, 2021
Remuneration: $19.35 / hour, 35 hours / week
**Employees must actively reside in Ontario throughout the duration of employment with the university.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Your application must be submitted by the deadline for your application to be considered for the role.
Applications close on April 16th at 12PM EST.
The Innis Office of Student Life Community Development Team assists in the development and delivery of programming and events for Innis students through thematic portfolios and certificate programs. Past examples include the Mental Health Skills Certificate Program, Innis Cultural Connections Program, InSight Peer Mentorship Program, Leadership Skills, Diversity & Equity, Volunteerism, Social Innovation, Academic Success, and Career Exploration.
Community Development Team:
With so many avenues of participation available to you at Innis and at the University of Toronto, it can be hard to figure out where to start. Each and every student has a different idea of what i means to be a part of a community, and there is a plethora of communities from which to choose.
First of all, check out each of Innis’ Student Life Programs from the tabs to the left of this page. We offer Leadership, Mentorship and Community Outreach opportunities that will serve you well in the work force. These opportunities can provide you with personal development, and benefit you both in your academic career and beyond! Each has a variety of ways to participate and get involved. Remember it’s never too late to be a part of a great community!
The ICSS and IRC are our two student societies—one is exclusive to the Residence (IRC), the other for all Innis College students (ICSS). Both these student groups offer many opportunities to get involved in their local governance, as well as being part of the Boards and Committees that make up our Innis College Council. The IRC and ICSS host and fund a number of clubs, groups and social activities, including Innis Athletics, the Innis Choir, the Friday Night Gamers, Improv Club, the Environmental Committee, Yearbook, Photography Club, and Open Mic Nights, among others.
Check out ULife and the University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) for information on other clubs and organizations on campus. There are now over 500 student clubs, groups, organizations and associations on campus.
The University of Toronto’s Co-Curricular Record provides a database of activities that allows you to search for opportunities beyond of the classroom, and keep track of your accomplishments.
You can find out more about the CoCurricular Record here: https://ccr.utoronto.ca/home.htm
Founded in 1965, the Innis Herald is Innis College’s monthly newspaper. They strive to provide sophisticated, substantial, and unconventional discussion of college, campus and citywide issues. By virtue of the college’s programs and population, there is a particular focus on the arts, culture and writing.
The Herald’s mandate is to encourage critical thought and participation within our readership and in the wider University of Toronto campus and community. It is a place for discussion of ideas, opinions and thoughts that are usually not emphasized in other student newspapers or on campus.
The Innis Review is an annual interdisciplinary undergraduate publication based at Innis College. Organized by students, it aspires to deliver to the university population an accessible journal showcasing high quality academic writing, as demonstrated by Innis College students and those affiliated with its many college-based programmes.
Submission of work is open to all undergraduate Innis College students, as well as engineering students living in the Innis Residence. Students enrolled in an Innis-based course (INI course codes) are also encouraged to submit work from any of these courses.
Is there something you would like to see at Innis College? Both the Office of Student Life and the Innis College Student Society would love to hear from you!