Want to learn how to achieve academic success, explore your career options, get involved in campus life, and make a difference in the community? Then the Blueprint Program is for you!
The Blueprint Program is an easy way to get involved in life outside the classroom. Through a series of engaging workshops and activities, you will learn and develop skills that will serve as the foundation on which you will build your own experience. All you need is a Blueprint tracking card and a desire to get involved!
It’s up to you to choose which workshops and activities fit your interest and your schedule. Once you have successfully completed the program, you will receive a certificate of completion to include on your resume and in your portfolio. Completion of the Blueprint program is also eligible for inclusion on your Co-Curricular Record!
Visit their website for a list of upcoming events, and all of the details you need to get involved!
THURSDAY, JANUARY 28TH
East Common Room, Hart House
You’re invited to be part of the first ever D4C – Design For Change – Unconference at the University of Toronto. Join your fellow students in designing a shared vision for a healthier University.
You will be asked to identify key priority areas and co-create strategies and recommendations for enacting the changes you want to see. These conversations will be a critical step in an ongoing process of assessment, communication, planning, and implementation efforts aimed at making the UofT a place where all students can flourish.
You can find details for the event and registration instructions here.
There are so many opportunities available to get more involved in the wonderful community around the University of Toronto! The Centre for Community Partnerships is here to bridge the Toronto community with the community at the University of Toronto!
Coming up this semester, they have organized several opportunities including workshops with tips for pursuing social justice work, volunteering opportunities working with both young and old, and an Alternative Reading Week program!
Visit their website or visit them in person at 569 Spadina, Suite 315 for more information!
Did you know that we’re halfway through the week-long THINK PINK #BLEEDBLUE campaign that raises funds for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation of Ontario?
There are lots of different ways to get involved – you can support the campaign financially here, or see one of the many Varsity Blues games that are participating!
You can find all kinds of additional information on their website.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH
Innis College, Town Hall
On Friday, February 5th at 7PM, ICSS Community Outreach and CINSSU are partnering to bring you a special Free Friday Film. We are screening “We Were Children”, a documentary that explores the impact of residential schools on Indigenous communities in Canada.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Suzanne Stewart as a keynote speaker for this event.
For updates, visit the Facebook event page!
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19TH
11AM – 3PM
The Clubs and Summer Job Fair will be happening at the Varsity Dome from 11:00am-3:00pm, next Tuesday!
It’s an opportunity for students to meet employers hiring for various positions for the summer – employers like CN Tower, Canada Post, IBM, Ontario Public Service, Rogers Media Publishing, Telus, and United Way Toronto. A full list of employers and the jobs is available on the event listing on CLN.
I bet you didn’t know that UofT offers a Master of Museum Studies and a Master of Information through the Faculty of Information!
If this is something that interests you at all, you can get all kinds of information on these programs through their Info Days on Saturday, January 16th and Saturday, February 27th!
You can register here.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH
9:30AM – 4:30PM
Now is your time to thrive: The Fresh Start Conference is a one-day conference on Saturday February 6, 2016 for students who have experienced academic struggles at UofT.
Build resiliency skills and learn how to bounce back from academic stumbles! If you want to discover how you learn best and hear from others who have thrived after experiencing difficult academic situations, join us for this fun and informative day.
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
MONDAYS, 5PM – 6PM
Innis Residence, Events Room
Starting on January 18th, Tom MacKay will be holding a weekly “popcorn talk” in the Innis Residence Events room from 5PM-6PM and everyone is invited!
Each session will include a quick and energetic “microtalk” on a specific issue, usually (but not always) about money. And each session will have a different flavour of popcorn. On top of that, courtesy of the Office of Student Life, there will be a selection of drinks!
Who is Tom? He’s an Innis College Associate Registrar, specializing in financial issues, and pretty good at overall question-answering.
Here are the first two topics:
- JANUARY 18TH: THE POST-HOLIDAY BUDGET BLUES
- JANUARY 25TH: SCHOLARSHIPS 101: WHAT’S OUT THERE
They are all free, informative, and fun, not least because: popcorn. Come check it out!
Physical activity is great for mental and physical health! Why not represent Innis College in one of the many intramural teams? It’s good company and good fun! This semester, the teams are:
- Co-Ed Innertube Water Polo
- Co-Ed Ultimate Frisbee
- Co-Ed Basketball
- Co-Ed Volleyball
- Men’s Hockey
- Men’s Basketball
- Men’s Volleyball
- Men’s Soccer
- Women’s Basketball
- Women’s Volleyball
- Women’s Soccer
You can email email@example.com for any additional information!