Respond to community identified needs and get experience in the City of Toronto

Join SERVE & LEARN at the Centre for Community Partnerships– it is more than just volunteering. All SERVE & LEARN qualify for the Co-Curricular record

You can:

·         tutor and mentor youth

·         work with children

·         visit with seniors

·         support literacy in the community


More opportunities will be added throughout the spring and summer

Apply now to begin in September 2014:


Because many of the opportunities involve working with children, youth or seniors, volunteers need to complete a Police Reference Check (PRC) to participate with those communities.  PRC take up to 4 months to get cleared so we are asking those interested to apply now!


If you have any questions or if you would like more information please email Kristina Minnella (


On March 4, 2014, INSPIRE ( will reach out to University of Toronto students for an event featuring some of Canada’s most accomplished industry leaders in health care.
Working with the INSPIRE steering committee, University of Toronto students have developed a program designed to motivate fellow students to achieve their career goals in an economy driven by innovation. Speakers Dr. Jay Dahman, a Toronto paediatrician who led a humanitarian medical training mission in Syria, and Barbara Collins, COO of Humber River Regional Hospital, will share their incredible stories to students who have chance to become inspired by what the human spirit can accomplish.
Space is limited, so register now! Reserve your seat on EventBrite:
All registered attendees will be eligible to apply for INTERNSHIPS at Humber River Hospital as well as over $5000.00 in bursaries. 
For more details about the INSPIRE 2014 speaker series, visit or follow @Inspire_Toronto.
On Campus Address
Father Madden Hall, Carr Hall, St. Michael’s College
University of Toronto - St. George Campus
100 St. Joseph Street, Toronto, ON
Canada M5S 1J4
Contact Information
Christina Troina - 

Intended Audience
Prospective Students, Current Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni/Friends, Undergraduates, First Year Students, Community, Graduating Students

Type 1 Diabetes Monthly meetup

Want to share your experiences with people  who get it? Join CDAUT’s group for UofT students with T1D.

First event of 2014 will take place Thursday February 27th
at 6:30pm in the medical science building, room 3227.

For more information visit or contact the peer
support director at

SMC involvement fair

Looking to get involved at SMC? Come to the involvement fair at the Coop on March 3 from 4-7pm

Come by and find great ways to become involved at SMC such as:
• SMCSU Elections
• SMC Clubs
• Mentor and Academic peer programs
• Campus Ministry
• Campus Life


Be a part of creating a safer campus for all. Learn safe & effective ways to be an active bystander in the prevention of power based personal violence. Students receive a certificate and are eligible for the Co-curricular Record. Lunch provided. Saturday March 8th from 10:00 to 4:30. Register by March 6th. More about Green Dot.

Finding Your Balance: A series of workshops to restore and explore balance

Finding balance in university and in life is like finding balance on a bicycle. It’s not something you do with your mind; nor is it something you do once. It’s something you keep finding and correcting as the terrain changes. This is true of any activity: being on a boat, on your feet, in your life. Everything changes. How do you go forward? Use writing to look at the geography of your terrain: where you are, when you need to shift gears, where you’re stuck, when you fall, and what it’s like when you’re on the ride. With published poet, Ronna Bloom.
February 27: Rocking the Boat and Other Reasons We Don’t Ask For What We Want
March 6: Taking Your Whole Self To School
March 13:  Writing Your Way Out of A Paper Bag
Noon -1PM
Hart House 
Come to one or all three! Please register at:

Student Life Summer Internship Opportunities

Student Life on the St. George campus has just posted several exciting opportunities for summer 2014 and the 2014-15 academic year.  Positions on our Student Life Community Crew and summer internships are now available!
Student Life Summer Interns – 4 positions
1. Program Intern (Orientation & Transition)
2. Program Intern (Leadership Development)
3. Communications Intern
4. Campus Involvement intern
For more information about summer internships and to apply:
Deadline: March 9
Student Life Community Crew – 5 opportunities
1. Blogger/Community Builder (3 positions)
2. Community Builder/Photography blogger
3. Team Captain
For more information about the Community Crew and to apply:
Deadline: March 9
Applicants will only be contacted if there are selected for an interview. Any inquiries may be directed

Mindful Eating: Food & Mood

Do you want to discover how our relationship with food can affect our mood? Do you want to  learn ways to PACE and PLAN daily meals and the importance of regular exercise for optimal health and academic performance? 
Come to MAPs Food&Mood Workshop on March 10th 5:00pm-7:00pm at COOP! For more details please check our flyer and register by clicking the link below:

Upcoming Career Learning Network Events


In partnership with Alumni Relations, the Career Centre is organizing 3 exciting panels.
These panels are a part of the Interviews With Your Future series and strive to educate students on various industries while simultaneously providing quality networking opportunities.
Below is the logistical information of the 3 upcoming panels:

Title: Careers In Sports and Recreation
Date: February 25th 2014
Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Location: Galbraith Building, room 202
Title: Careers in New Media
Date: February 27th 2014
Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Location: Health Sciences Auditorium 610
Title: Careers in Digital Manufacturing
Date: March 5th 2014
Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Location: TBD
*All events are free to attend, and light food items will be provided
Students can register by logging into their account on and viewing the events calendar. All students are welcome! These panels are a great opportunity to learn and connect with top industry professionals.
Please contact Jelena Vulic at for further inquiries.

Repaying Your OSAP Loans Information Sessions

UofT’s ‘Repaying Your OSAP Loans Information Sessions” will be held at St. George campus on Tuesday, March 11, 2014.  

Join us for a free workshop on:
 Your rights and responsibilities
 When do you begin repayment of your OSAP loans
 How much do you have to repay
 Repayment options available
 The difference between a Floating and Fixed Interest Rate
 What happens if you can’t repay your OSAP loan
 When your credit rating is affected
 How/when does OSOG (loan forgiveness) reduce your debt

Two Sessions to Choose From:
OISE, Room 5170
252 Bloor Street West
Tuesday, March 11th, 2014
Noon - 1:00 p.m. OR 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.