Are you interested in gaining skills that you cannot get in a lecture? Are you looking to explore new and exciting leadership opportunities within Innis College? If your answer is “YES”, then Innis’ Leadership Committee is the right place for you. Some of you may have heard of our Leadership series entitled: In2U. For those of you who have not heard of it, get ready for something great! In2U offers three core workshops over the course of the academic year.
The first session is called In2U: Pathways to Leadership and is intended for those looking to gain, brush-up or polish-up on their leadership skills. Our second workshop is called In2U: Students in Leadership and aims to help students achieve their leadership potential within and external to the College. The third and final component is called In2U: Transition to Leadership where newly elected, appointed, volunteered or hired student leaders have the opportunity to meet and learn from current student leaders. In addition to these three workshops, students will also have the opportunity to practice many of their newly-learned skills through a series of networking seminars known as Back-Pack to Briefcase (B2B), hosted by the Innis Alumni Office.
SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JANUARY 23RD-24TH
DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 22ND
The Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) 2016 National Conference aims to serve as a catalyst to inspire, empower and connect individuals in STEM fields through an exciting two-day conference featuring inspirational leaders in a variety of STEM fields, as well as workshops and panels aimed at both personal and professional development.
The conference will take place on January 23-24, 2016, and we have now opened registration for our delegates! You can register here!
Additionally, we are also accepting applications for our research poster and case competitions – a great opportunity for undergraduate students to showcase their research and problem-solving skills to professionals and peers. The deadline for abstract submissions and team applications is November 22, 2015.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25TH 10AM – 5PM
Can we change the world through better conversation? We believe we can.
Ask Big Questions is a one-day training workshop and year-long process that encourages the creation of reflective conversations for the common good and to build community… Understand yourself! Understand others!
You can register here.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24TH
9:30 AM – 4PM
INNIS COLLEGE TOWN HALL & INNIS RESIDENCE EVENTS ROOM
The first of the Innis Leadership Conferences, Pathways to Leadership is designed to help you to get involved as a student leader at Innis! Its perfect if you hold a leadership position, or would like to apply for leadership position next year – volunteer or employed! You will learn about the skills that create good leaders: effective communication skills, inclusivity, and things to keep in mind when planning events.
There will be food provided, and it will be added to your CCR! You can register here!
The Blueprint Program at UofT is an easy way to get involved in life outside the classroom. Through a series of engaging workshops you will learn and develop skills that will serve as the foundation on which you will build your experience. All you need is a Blueprint and a desire to get involved!
Simply register for the program at blueprint.utoronto.ca and you will receive our Ultra-Helpful Weekly Email to keep you in the know about upcoming workshops.
It’s up to you to choose which workshops 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
Friday, March 13TH
12PM – 2PM
Innis Residence Event Room, 111 St. George Street
The Office of Student Life invites you to the 2nd annual Women in Leadership. Inspiring Change discussion, as part of the campus initiatives around International Women’s Day.
The aim of the event is to have a café discussion celebrating International Women’s Day, tackling important questions that matter around various intersections of identity as it relates to women and leadership. We will highlight involvement opportunities as well, from diverse areas across the campus. This event is open to all students, staff and faculty across all three campuses.
To Register: uoft.me/women-lead