Skills for success aims to equip students with the skills and knowledge that will help them succeed during their time in university and their life following graduation. More importantly, the programmes offered through this portfolio help individuals build their confidence and explore themselves. Skills for success are not just about today, they are about crafting a repertoire of applicable, relevant and transferable life-long skills. Make the most of your time here at Innis by learning and developing new skills, while honing your current skills.
In order to empower students to explore career options and develop self-directed career management skills, the Career Centre has embedded career support at Innis College to meet diverse student needs. Through providing career advising, career-related capacity building workshops, programs to explore careers, employer events and job postings, on-campus recruitment and resources, the Career Centre strives to help students attain renewable competencies, career clarity and confidence for a lifetime of productive and engaged citizenship.
Dear third- and fourth-year Innis students: As you move toward the next stage of your academic or professional lives, Innis and the University can support you in these important ways:
The St. George Campus College Writing Centres, in collaboration with University of Toronto Libraries, the Career Centre, the Academic Success Centre, and the Arts and Science Students’ Union (ASSU), are offering campus-wide series of academic skills workshops to the University’s entire student body.
All workshops are FREE and there is NO-NEED TO REGISTER.
Come for one, or come for all! Visit their website for more information!
There is position available at Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) for a Community Based Service Learning (CBSL) Assistant. This is an opportunity We have an opportunity for a student interested in supporting community-engaged learning at UME by helping us to improve our curriculum and share what we’ve accomplished through blogging and photography.
Visit the Career Learning Network and search for the position through the job ID, 61281 (Community-Based Service-Learning (CBSL) Assistant) for additional information and the application procedure.
Are you struggling to decide exactly what it is you want to do? Are you curious about finding out about interesting career options?
This summer, the University of Toronto Career Center will be holding several Career Exploration Field Trips, allowing individuals to learn about hidden careers at compelling organizations. These organizations include:
Attend an orientation session to learn more! Register for the event at: cln.utoronto.ca/
Or for more information, email: email@example.com
MAY 1ST from 12:00PM – 5:45PM & 6:00PM – 8:00PM
MAY 2ND from 10:00AM – 4:00PM
Check out Next Steps, a free intensive and energizing conference for upper-year Arts & Science students taking place May 1 & 2. It’s part career exploration, part preparation for life after graduation, and all-around great way for students to start building their professional networks.
The Next Steps Conference will have are sessions for:
This conference is run in partnership with Student Life, Arts & Science, the Career Centre and Alumni Relations.
Visit our website for more information, and to register.