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, April 5th @ 10:00 AM
Innis College, 2 Sussex Ave.
The IN2U Leadership Conference is the capstone event for student leaders at Innis. Through interactive workshops and discussions student leaders build skills, reflect on their year and begin looking towards the future. The event is open to everyone and anyone interested in being involved at Innis student life in any capacity is strongly encouraged to attend.
This year’s conference will feature:
PLUS! Lunch, leadership awards, and world cafe with some of the Innis College Staff, including Principal Paterson.
Please register @ http://tinyurl.com/q7dckom
We look forward to seeing you there!
MONDAY, MARCH 10TH
Debates Room, Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle
Join us on March 10th in celebrating International Women’s Day with a panel discussion and light refreshments.
To register or for more information on the panellist, visit http://uoft.me/IWDPanel
Nominations must be received in the Residence Office no later than FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 2014 at 12 Noon.
The Innis Residence Leadership Award is to be awarded to an outstanding full-time, first-year undergraduate student living in the Innis Residence during the current 2013-14 academic year, who who is nominated by his/her peers as an emerging leader.
An emerging leader is self-motivated, inspires others, demonstrates initiative resulting in community-building, takes inclusive action that values and respects differences, and acts as a caring and responsible citizen of the residence community.
The Recipient must be a first-year Innis Residence student registered in the Faculty of Arts and Science or in a first-entry.
This award is based on nominations made by any undergraduate student currently living in the Innis Residence. Nominations will be reviewed by two members of the Innis Residence Council (IRC) Executive, the Assistant Dean, Student Life, and the Dean of Students and Residence who will, together, make a recommendation to the Recruitment, Admissions, and Awards Committee (RAAC) of Innis College Council.
Nomination Form can be downloaded here or available at the Front Desk.
Saturday, May 11th and Sunday, May 12th
University of Toronto, Mississauga
Now in its 15th year, the Student Leadership Conference is coordinated by students and staff from the various campuses, colleges, and faculties throughout U of T. The Student Leadership Conference (SLC) brings together elected/appointed students from student societies/unions, residence councils, and various boards and governing bodies across all three campuses. The conference program includes a variety of workshops, discussions, and featured speakers. There is also an emphasis on creating opportunities for students to meet U of T staff and other student leaders, network, and establish relationships for future collaboration.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH
5:00 PM — 7:00 PM
Jointly presented by Campus Organization Services, Alumni Relations, and the UTAA, the Becoming a Lifelong Leader networking session will provide students with an opportunity to network with other students, University of Toronto Alumni Association (UTAA) board members and other alumni volunteer leaders. Attendees will learn how to develop their networking skills during their undergraduate years and will also gain an understanding of what it means to a member of the U of T alumni community, as well as learn about some of the ways to remain active with the University after graduation.
To register click here.