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Event: 
Accommodation and Disclosure in the Workplace with Dr. Mahadeo Sukhai  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This session will be focusing on preparing students and recent graduates with strategies to manage any barriers or challenges to transition to the workplace. In this interactive session, we will discuss what disclosure means and how it works (pros/cons, who to disclose to, how to disclose) and we will also discuss workplace accommodations (what they are, how they work, how to ask for one). We will do some role playing to build your confidence in your job search process. Hosted by Dr. Mahadeo A. Sukhai, Director of Research, National Educational Association of Disabled Students and Head of Research and Chief Accessibility Officer, Canadian National Institute for the Blind.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
I Need to Get a Job Club (8 Week Program)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This six-week program and job support club is for recent graduates only. The program is designed to keep you on track with your job hunt, to provide you with consistent individual support and to connect you with peers who are also entering the career world.  Recent graduates are expected to attend all six sessions, with two optional sessions. Program dates: February 6, 13, 20, 27, March 6, 13 (optional additional session: March 20) Location information: Sessions held at Student Success Seminar Room, 214 College St, Main Floor. March 27th session held at CIE Baldwin Room, 33 St. George St. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Deloitte Day: University of Toronto  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Deloitte Day is a brand new on-campus event where you can meet our team and chat with us about how you can make an impact across our entire organization.   But wait… we are not your typical firm, and this is not your typical employer event! Take a stretch break, grab some swag, and sip on a smoothie while you hang out with us and learn how Deloitte is growing the world’s best leaders so you can achieve the impact you seek, faster.  
  • Tour our virtual office
  • Snack on sweet treats
  • Recharge with fitness pros
  • Pick up some epic swag
  • PLUS: You could win an Apple Watch!
 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event Details Date: Tuesday March 20th 2018 Time: 10:30 am - 3:30 pm – drop by any time you’re free! Dress: Casual Target Audience: All students interested in Accounting or Management Consulting   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:30AM - 3:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
In the Field: Torkin Manes  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
On March 20th, visit Torkin Manes and learn from professionals about what it's like to work at an orgaization that caters to wide variety of client needs in the field of law. During the event, you'll have the opportunity to speak with professionals about their careers since graduation. Register by March 12th. Please download the document below for the agenda, professional bios, and recommended pre-work:  /content/documents/Link/In%20the%20Field%20Pre-Work%20Torkin%20Manes(2).pdf 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing a career in a few different fields, but not sure which is the best option? • Do you have “gut instinct” about the path you’ve always wanted to follow? Or maybe you want to pursue a career that is directly related to your degree? Most of us are passionate about many things, and although some students pursue careers directly related to their degrees, many pursue careers that are related to their interests, skills, values or experiences. We know it’s important that you choose work that you enjoy, and will find meaningful. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about how to make informed decisions, and determine your personal next steps. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:30PM - 6:30PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Grad Talk: Telling Compelling Stories  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Whether it's a corporate setting, a stage performance, or just coffee with a good friend - knowing how to tell a compelling story matters. This two hour workshop workshop focuses on beginner skills. Finding your personal storytelling voice, the hard and fast rules of an enthralling story, stage presence, characters, and story structure. Discover ways to emphasize the strengths while minimizing the weaknesses. Pizza will be available.
 


 
Location: 
569 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M6H 3H4 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
BBM Pop Up Booth  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Visit the Bahen Atrium and meet BBM recruiters and hiring managers hiring for co-op and full-time roles including: Co-op
  • Advertising Operations Intern
  • Associate Product Manager Intern
  • Software Developer Intern
Full-time 
  • Product Owner
  • IOS Developer
  • Java Developer
Bring extra copies of your resume! About BBM BBM is one of the largest mobile messaging applications. Moving beyond BlackBerry devices, the app now has over 100 million installs on Android, iOS, and Windows. Since it was created in August 2005, BBM has evolved from a pure messaging application for communication (text and video) to a social eco-system unifying chat, social, commerce and services including games. On 27 June 2016, Creative Media Works, a division of PT Elang Mahkota Teknologi Tbk. (Emtek, IDX:EMTK) - one of Indonesia’s largest media, content and technology businesses - announced a long-term strategic alliance with BlackBerry Limited to accelerate consumer BBM’s research and development in offering new and exciting features, services and content to the global consumer market. `As part of this strategy, BBM is making its APIs available to expedite the growth of partners and consumer services 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Résumé & Cover Letter  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Engaging in Co-Curricular Research as an Undergrad (Online)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This Office Hour is exclusive to members of the U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees. To join the Hub, click here.  In this Office Hour, hear from two U of T recent graduates who participated in research outside the class during their undergraduate years. Before the event, check out the guest bios below and prep questions you have for them.   Gabriele Simmons Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction, Women and Gender Studies - Graduated 2017 I was a member of the first Jackman Humanities Scholars-in-Residence cohort, researching the topic of Theatre as Method in Surveillance Research and presenting my work at the Decolonizing Pre-Conference in 2016. I also completed a Summer Work Study role with the Innovation Hub, leading a student team in gathering qualitative data from all three U of T campuses. This project inspired/informed the Lunchbox Talk series, including the upcoming offering on March 22nd called Research Opportunities. Anna Yamashita Bachelor of Science with Distinction, Global Health, Psychology and French – Graduated 2016 Master of Arts, Developmental and Child Psychology (OISE) - In Progress  In the summer after my first year, I worked as a Research Assistant through U of T’s Work Study program, primarily transcribing sound clips. In 2013, I volunteered as a Research Assistant recruiting and managing participants for a variety of studies, developing skills in various analytic and recruitment software through data entry, and ultimately gaining the skills necessary to pursue a research-driven degree in my chosen field.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Getting Back on Track Pt. 2: Building on Your Learning Strengths and Skills  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
This workshop will build on part 1 (Nov. 15): we will discuss strategies for identifying different ways of studying and working so that students can find ways to capitalize on their strengths in studying for final exams and preparing final papers.  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:15PM - 6:45PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Ice Skating with the CIE!  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


Winter may be quickly coming to an end but there's still time to enjoy a popular winter pastime -- Ice Skating!



Join the Centre for International Experience on Thursday, March 22 as we take to the ice at Varsity Centre. International and exchange students will enjoy a private group lesson and free skate time followed by the opportunity to warm up with a hot beverage and discuss the experience with fellow participants.



--We will meet beginning at 12 pm at the Varsity Centre. Please arrive by 12:10 pm to ensure there is plenty of time for everyone to obtain their ice skates and lace up. 



--Our private group lesson will take place from 12:30 to 1:30 pm. After that you'll have time to free skate until 2:00 pm.



--Afterwards, we will head to a nearby coffee shop to purchase hot beverages and discuss our experiences!



--The event should end by 3:00 pm.



Register for a spot by March 20 to be certain you receive further details regarding the event!



Please note: This event is for international and exchange students only! All participants must bring their TCard and wear warm clothing.



If you have an accessibility or accommodation requirement and/or would prefer to register for a spot in person, please let us know as soon as possible prior to the event by email or by calling 416-946-7567. We will do our best to make appropriate arrangements.


 
Location: 
299 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 1W2 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
hannah.souza@utoronto.ca, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Research Opportunities: a Hart House Lunch Box Talk  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Are you an undergraduate student curious about  participating in volunteer and paid research opportunities? Join us for lunch to network with faculty and peers where you will learn more about the Research Catalogue, and increase your confidence in talking to faculty about your research interests. Register at https://lunchboxtalk6.eventbrite.caGuest Faculty include: Anne Porter – Humanities Assistant Professor, Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations   Emanuel Istrate – Physical and Mathematical Sciences Director, Academic Program (Research Readiness Program) at the Impact Centre Associate Professor, VicOne (Arthur Schawlow stream in Physical Sciences) at Victoria College   Giovanni GrasselliEngineering and Applied Sciences Professor, Civil and Mineral Engineering Grasselli’s Geomechanics Group Simon Stern - Humanities, Social Sciences Associate Professor & Co-Director, Centre for Innovation Law & Policy; Faculty member in the Jackman Scholars in Residence Program   Thierry Mallevaey – Life Sciences Associate Professor, Immunology   Timothy BenderEngineering and Applied Sciences Professor, Associate Chair & Undergraduate Coordinator at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry Principal Investigator, Bender Lab for Organic Electronic Materials and Devices   Tony Harris – Life Sciences Professor, Cell & Systems Biology Harris Lab Proudly co-hosted by Hart House and Career Exploration & Education! what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
In the Field: Intel  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
On March 22nd, visit Intel and learn from professionals about what it's like to work at a global, multi-cultural organization with a diverse workforce in the field of technology development. During the event, you'll have the opportunity to tour Intel offices, and speak with professionals about their careers since graduation. Register by March 12th.  Please download the document below for the agenda, professional bios, and recommended pre-work:  /content/documents/Link/In%20the%20Field%20Pre-Work%20Intel.pdf 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:15PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Research Resources  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Discover tools that can help you find out more about the fields or industries that interest you. Looking to learn more about a particular field or industry? This session will guide you through key research resources which can help you get the latest and most reliable online information about employers and the labour market. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Exploration Orientation (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This session is a condensed version of three different career exploration orientations resulting in your eligibility to participate in the following programs: Extern Job Shadowing - Connects you with professionals in a career area of your interest for a half-day to five-day job shadowing experience. Program runs three times a year (Nov., Feb., May). In the Field - A group of 15-30 visit an organization to speak with 3-5 professionals working in a variety of career areas. Visit usually includes a panel discussion, informal networking, and a tour of the organization. If you would like to know more about the programs before we meet check out https://cln.utoronto.ca/myAccount/programs/program-overview.htm. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out to us at extern@mail.careers.utoronto.ca.   what you need to know: • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing a career in a few different fields, but not sure which is the best option? • Do you have “gut instinct” about the path you’ve always wanted to follow? Or maybe you want to pursue a career that is directly related to your degree? Most of us are passionate about many things, and although some students pursue careers directly related to their degrees, many pursue careers that are related to their interests, skills, values or experiences. We know it’s important that you choose work that you enjoy, and will find meaningful. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about how to make informed decisions, and determine your personal next steps. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Exploration Orientation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Before attending the orientation:​ Complete the online registration form. Practice your career exploration skills in this mandatory orientation session and gain eligibility to participate in all Career Exploration programs (Job Shadowing, In the Field) offered this year. You will also learn about how our career exploration services can help you in your career exploration process. Please come prepared with a laptop or smart device. During the orientation, you will participate in networking activities. For an introduction to networking, consider attending Talking to Professionals beforehand to prepare. what you need to know: • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Get Crafty Making Technology Cozies  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Use your imagination and materials supplied by Hart House to create a felt cozy to keep your technology and safe and sound. 


 
Location: 
HArt House Circle, Toronto, ON M6F 5H7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:00PM - 8:30PM 
Organizer: 
jen pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Dream Job Academy (6 Week Program)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Dream Big, Start Now – Join us for the Winter 2018 Dream Job Academy!   Hart House and the Career Centre have teamed up to bring you the unique Dream Job Academy career exploration series. The Dream Job Academy is a program designed to help students explore passions, values and potential careers.   Over the course of six sessions, you will engage in arts, narrative and play-based activities and experiences designed to help you: - Realize and recognize your passions - Engage in career exploration and find your “dream job” - Meet people and make new friends The series will take place every Friday from 11 am to 1 pm at Hart House beginning in March 2018 on the following dates: March 2 March 9 March 16 March 23 April 6 April 13   Participants are expected to attend ALL sessions. Registration is only open before the first day of the program.  Students who complete the series are eligible for CCR recognition.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Sun Life Office Visit & Speed Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Sun Life Logo Sun Life Office Visit & Speed Networking Calling all aspiring students looking for an actuarial career with Sun Life Come and join us for an inspiring afternoon with Sun Life Financial! You will have the rare opportunity to visit the brand-new Sun Life Tower at One York and get to know the working environment of an actuary. In addition, you will get exposure to senior actuaries with years of industry experiences in a speed networking format, switching actuarial leaders every 15 minutes with a small group of students - similar to a series of brief coffee chats. This will allow you to practice your networking skills and get a clearer picture of your own possible career path. Cupcakes, small refreshments and beverages are provided. Please register by Monday, March 19 to secure your spot! You can register by either: Going on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/209610039596417/?ti=icl OR By emailing the U of T ActSci Club at uoftactsci@yahoo.ca. This event is limited to students who have registered. Event Time & Location Friday, March 23, 2:00PM Conference Room A, 35th Floor, 1 York Street, Toronto, ON M5J 0B6 Agenda Registration: 2:00 - 2:10PM Speed Networking: 2:10 - 3:30PM Mingling: 3:30 - 4:00PM About Sun Life Sun Life Financial is a leading financial services organization dedicated to helping clients achieve lifetime financial security and live healthier lives. We provide a wide range of insurance and investment products and services in key markets around the world including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, China, the Philippines and Indonesia. At Sun Life, we have more than 15,000 employees and 12,000 advisors. Website: http://www.sunlife.com Global Headquarter: Toronto, ON Company Type: Public Company   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Schwarzman Scholarships Presentation - Schwarzman Scholars Informational Session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Schwarzman Scholars is a program designed to prepare future leaders to serve as intermediaries between
China and the world by helping them understand China’s culture, economy, governance and prominent
geopolitical role. Up to 200 Scholars are chosen annually from around the world for this highly selective,
fully-funded program. Each scholar will have an unrivaled opportunity to live in Beijing for a year of study
and cultural immersion, attending lectures, traveling and developing first-hand exposure to China, its people
and a global group of promising leaders. Scholars will study for a one-year Masters degree in public policy,
international studies, or economics and business at Tsinghua University, one of China’s most prestigious
higher education institutions, with a century-old history of strengthening ties between China and the world
and a record of producing leaders such as President Xi Jinping, former President Hu Jintao, and former
Premier Zhu Rongji. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, Cumberland House
33 St George Street, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Frederico Menino, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Alumni
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Own Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn more about interview types, questions, and preparation strategies help you ace your interview. Interviews can be intimidating, but the key to success is being ready! This session will help you better prepare for an interview, and offer strategies to create captivating stories about your accomplishments that you can showcase to potential employers. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:30PM - 2:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Practice Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. A follow up to Own Your Interview, this small group session will give you an opportunity to practice and improve your interview skills. Working with peers, you will practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. Please bring a copy of your résumé and a job description of a position that interests you. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
SEP Next Steps - Middle East - Next Steps - Hebrew University (Student Exchange)  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
This event is for nominated students, participating in the student exchange program in the Middle East. Come find out your next steps and network with your contemporaries and alumni of the Student Exchange Program.  
Location: 
Cumberland House - Cumberland room
33 St George Street 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Kari Zalik, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Making It Work: Deescalation Presentation - Making It Work: De-escalation Presentation  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Get advice and strategies from a professional mediator from St. Stephen's House Mediation Services. This particular session will help students understand the basics de-escalation. Providing students with techniques, tips, and information on how to de-escalate tense situations, and individuals (landlords, roommates, etc.)

From these drop-in sessions, you'll gain:

- Skills to mediate and handle conflict
- Help build and maintain positive relationships
- New approaches for how you communicate during conflict

Registration is REQUIRED as seating is limited.
 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College Street, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
St. Stephen's House, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Permanent Residency Information Session. - PR Info Session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you an international student interested in staying in Canada Permanently after graduation? Join us to learn about the different permanent residency programs.

Staff members from Immigration Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will be on campus to give an information session about the Express Entry Program .

The IRCC's presentation will cover:
- Express Entry system.
- The different PR programs under Express Entry.
- Eligibility criteria for each program.
- Skilled Workers vs Canadian Experience Class - what is the difference?
- PR application process
- The ranking system.
- The processing time.
 
Location: 
Wallberg Building (Room 116)
184-200 College Street Toronto, Ontario 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 14:0 - 16:0 
Organizer: 
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Practice MMI (multiple mini interview)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
You will go through a two-hour practice MMI (multiple mini interview) interview, a format adopted by many medical, dental, & pharmacy schools. In addition to experiencing what an MMI is really like, you will also receive feedback from each interviewer, followed by a group debrief with a career educator to help you better prepare for future interviews. Requirements:
  • You must have an active application to a medical, dental, pharmacy or other school that conducts MMI’s.
  • You can only sign up for ONE practice MMI event to allow more students the chance to participate.
To register select the "Book Practice MMI" button below; on the landing page select the "mock interview" tab.  

 

If you are experiencing difficulty, please email karen.mccrank@utoronto.ca  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Do you have questions about your future, or maybe aren’t absolutely sure about “what you want to do with your life”? • Curious about a particular field of work (or someone whose job seems really cool), but not sure how to learn more? • Unsure what career opportunities are in your chosen field? Remember, there are many ways to explore careers, and most careers evolve and unfold over time.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to determine your next steps in exploring your career. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:30PM - 6:30PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Find Your Passion  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Poster for Find Your Passion event The Rotaract Club of the University of Toronto Presents "Find Your Passion". "Find Your Passion" is taking place Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 7:30 PM in the Debates Room at Hart House, University of Toronto. The event will start with moderated questions for the panelists, followed by a Q&A period for the general audience. The panel will be followed by a networking session, where we invite all participants to mingle over food and drinks for the remainder of the evening. Our Panelists are: Hali Farah, Talent Acquisition Advisor, Diversity and Inclusion, RBC Noureen Ali - Director, Compensation at Manulife (A Design Thinking Trainer) Kate Tyshchenko - Co-founder of Kinza, Kate is an ex-consultant for Deloitte Tannishtha Pramanick - Founder of The Foreign Observer Arianna Popat - Stylist at Air Canada 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:30PM - 11:55PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Social Insurance Number Clinic ~ Service Canada - March 28, 2018 - SIN Clinic  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Service Canada will be on campus to process Social Insurance Number (SIN) applications for students holding Canadian study permits. This service can also be used by active University faculty and staff.

For those interested, please sign up for an appointment at the link below and read the important email that will follow after signing up for instructions on how to prepare for the appointment. (Each appointment is 10 minutes in duration.) Drop-in appointments may be available with wait time. If you plan to drop-in, please visit the Front Desk at the Centre for International Experience (CIE) prior to the clinic dates to retrieve information in order to prepare for the clinic. 
Location: 
Centre for International Experience
33 St. George Street, Room 102, Toronto, ON, Canada  
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 4:30PM 
Organizer: 
Service Canada, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop: USA Only  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St. 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:30AM - 12:30PM 
Organizer: 
Safety Abroad Officer, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2018. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you going to finish your degree requirements soon?

Would you like to stay in Canada after your graduation to work?
You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years.

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit.
The topics that will be discussed are as Follows:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online.
- The validity period of the PGWP.
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP.
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.
 
Location: 
CIE
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rogers Digital Open House  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
At Rogers we’re for supporting you on a journey to a rewarding career. Whether you’re a developer, an analyst, or a customer care consultant, Rogers is the place where ideas become reality. We embrace change, and find ways to do better. And we deliver on that commitment by fostering an environment of passion and innovation for all people. It’s an exciting time at Rogers as we continue to go through our digital transformation – and we’re looking for remarkable people to join us! Are you passionate about digital development? Are you on top of current technological trends in the industry? Do you have an eye for software design or product development? We're looking for individuals who are curious, love all-things digital, and want to be part of a team that will push the digital customer experience to the next level. If you've always wanted to work at an entrepreneurial company where people are committed to solving big challenges and making a real difference, Rogers is the place for you.  Join us for an evening of networking, where you'll have an opportunity to engage with members of our Digital leadership team, experience our newly renovated Radio Café at our downtown campus, and learn about what it’s like to be a part of the Digital transformation at Rogers. Interested? Here are the details:    DATE: Wednesday March 28, 2018   TIME: 6:00-8:00pm   LOCATION: Downtown campus at Bloor/Jarvis (note this event is by invitation only – we will send you further details if you’re selected to attend).  To apply, visit - https://jobs.rogers.com/job/Toronto-Rogers-Digital-Open-House-ON-M4Y-2Y5/463785400/?locale=en_US   WHO SHOULD ATTEND?  Digital Developers, Mobile Developer, Architects, Business System Analysts, Product Managers   We are looking for Digital Technologists with the following skill sets:   Product Management expertise with the ability to develop digital roadmaps Front end expertise developing single page apps using Angular framework Server side expertise with Java ideally using the Play/Akka framework Business Systems expertise using agile methodologies for Digital migration projects   Please apply to be considered for this event. Although we’d love to invite everyone, we have select space. Those selected to attend will be contacted by one of our Talent Team members to receive a VIP invitation with all of the details. If selected to attend the open house, we'd encourage you to bring along your portfolio/resume so you can showcase it to our team.   Schedule: Full Time Shift: Day Length of Contract: Not Applicable (Regular Position) Work Location: 1 Mount Pleasant (083), Toronto, ON  Travel Requirements: None Posting Category/Function: Digital & Program Management Requisition ID: 119137   WHY ROGERS?   As a proud Canadian company, we're dedicated to making things easier for our customers. We’ve been embracing and leading change for over 50-years, and we’ll continue to seek out new opportunities to bring our customers simple solutions for today and tomorrow.   We recognize that success is determined by the strength and diversity of our people. We work together because we want to win together, and these five shared values guide and define our work:   Simplify and innovate Take ownership of the what and the how Equip people to succeed Execute with discipline and pride Talk straight, build trust, and over deliver   Why Rogers?  Because your tomorrow inspires our today.   What makes us different makes us stronger. Rogers has a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. Everyone who applies for a job will be considered.   We recognize the business value in creating a workplace where each team member has the tools to reach their full potential. At Rogers, we value the insights and innovation that diverse teams bring to work. We work with our candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process to ensure that they have what they need to be at their best. Please reach out to our recruiters and hiring managers to begin a conversation about how we can ensure that you deliver your best work. You can also reach out to our team at RogersRecruiting@rci.rogers.com to begin a conversation about your individual accessibility needs throughout the hiring process.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Talking While STEM: Translating Technical Skills Into Professional Value  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Talking While STEM: Translating Technical Skills Into Professional Value Most professionals struggle to translate their technical skillset into accessible, relevant language. However, sharing your professional value is essential to advocate for yourself during interviews and influence how you are perceived across organizations. Talking While STEM is a masterclass in influence & advocacy for STEM students launching careers in any industry. Topics include persuasive email introductions, managing meetings with senior industry contacts and summarizing your qualifications using high-impact stories. These strategies are essential for any STEM student pursuing competitive positions or planning a management career path. Kiran Anwar graduated from UTSC’s Masters of Environmental Science program and recently taught its environmental regulation course. She has held both federal and provincial scientific advisory positions, leading risk assessments of billion dollar energy projects and testifying at National Energy Board hearings. Kiran is currently Senior Science Advisor to Ontario’s environmental science programs at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change. Date: March 28th from 9:30am – 12pm Location: Student Success Seminar Room, 214 College Street, Koffler Student Services Career Centre (across from Second Cup), Toronto, ON, M5T 2Z9 Maps: http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/143 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:30AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Career Exploration Orientation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Before attending the orientation:​ Complete the online registration form.  ​ Practice your career exploration skills, participate in networking activities, and learn about how our programs help you in your career exploration process.  Bring your laptop or mobile device. The Career Exploration Orientation is mandatory to gain eligibility to participate in all Career Exploration programs (Explore It, Extern Job Shadowing, and, In the Field).  To prepare for networking, consider attending Talking to Professionals. what you need to know: • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Preparing for Exams and Managing Exam Anxiety  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
In this interactive workshop, we will discuss anxiety and stress management techniques and will introduce students to resources that are available around campus. We will discuss and try out several techniques for reducing exam- and writing-specific anxiety (for example, freezing and blanking, writer's block, etc.). 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:15PM - 6:45PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Home is Toronto? Making Toronto's Neighbourhoods a Home for All  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Home is Toronto? Making Toronto’s Neighborhoods a Home for All William Doo Auditorium, 45 Willcocks St Presented by: Canadian Harm Reduction Network, Centre for Community Partnerships, City Studies, Hart House Social Justice Committee, United Way Toronto & York Region will be holding an event called Home is Toronto? Making Toronto’s Neighborhoods a Home for All This panel and keynote will explore issues of neighbourhood gentrification, access to affordable housing, how cities change, who gets excluded when communities become less affordable and the effective and innovative ways that residents are organizing and forging change to keep Toronto’s neighbourhoods a home for all. Contrasts and comparisons will be drawn between Brooklyn and Toronto. PANELISTS:
  • Kaydeen Bankasingh, Co-Chair, Lawrence Heights Inter-Organizational Network (LHION)
  • Claudia Pedrero, Co-Chair, Parkd...ale Neighbourhood Land Trust
  • Sara Wolfe, Founding Partner Seventh Generation Midwives Toronto
  • Sean Gadon, Director, City of Toronto Affordable Housing Office
  • Geordie Dent, Federation of Metro Tenants Associations, Executive Director
Keynote Speaker: Caitlin Cahill, Associate Professor, Social Science & Cultural Studies, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York Register at: uoft.me/homeistoronto   Connect with us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/196978817702162/ This event is free and everyone is welcome. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:30PM - 9:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Career Exploration Orientation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Before attending the orientation:​ Complete the online registration form.  ​ Practice your career exploration skills, participate in networking activities, and learn about how our programs help you in your career exploration process.  Bring your laptop or mobile device. The Career Exploration Orientation is mandatory to gain eligibility to participate in all Career Exploration programs (Explore It, Extern Job Shadowing, and, In the Field).  To prepare for networking, consider attending Talking to Professionals. what you need to know: • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Talking to Professionals  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn about strategies for engaging with professionals, such as how and who to contact, as well as what questions you might ask. Networking is an opportunity for you to gather information relevant to your career interests, and establish connections with people who share your professional interests.  Learn about strategies to help make talking to professionals easier, and practice the skills needed to build meaningful professional relationships. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Postdoctoral Fellows: Career Planning for Flexible Futures  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this small group session of  postdoctoral fellows we will discuss the challenges you face in the transition to what’s next. You will develop strategies for planning for multiple possible futures, and explore ways to enhance resilience when dealing with career ambiguity. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Do you have questions about your future, or maybe aren’t absolutely sure about “what you want to do with your life”? • Curious about a particular field of work (or someone whose job seems really cool), but not sure how to learn more? • Unsure what career opportunities are in your chosen field? Remember, there are many ways to explore careers, and most careers evolve and unfold over time.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to determine your next steps in exploring your career. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Income Tax Info Session for International Students  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Learn about your responsibilities and how income taxes are filed in Canada. An expert will discuss the process and answer general questions.

The session is offered at 4 different times at different locations. 
Location: 
.
See Room # When Booked 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
Hanna Caplan and Mohammed Texiwala , Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Time Management, Organization, and Prioritization  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Career Exploration Orientation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Before attending the orientation:​ Complete the online registration form.  ​ Practice your career exploration skills, participate in networking activities, and learn about how our programs help you in your career exploration process.  Bring your laptop or mobile device. The Career Exploration Orientation is mandatory to gain eligibility to participate in all Career Exploration programs (Explore It, Extern Job Shadowing, and, In the Field).  To prepare for networking, consider attending Talking to Professionals. what you need to know: • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Multiple Choice Exams for STEM Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series:Essay Exams for Humanities Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
GoinGlobal Student Training  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
OVERVIEW  This is a 1-hour, web-based training session exclusively for students whose academic institutions are current subscribers to Going Global's career resources database services.  This event will:  + Explain the career tools and job search resources available from Going Global + Provide examples and tips for finding international company information and job & internship opportunities + Offer an opportunity for attendees to submit questions about Going Global's services IMPORTANT!  This event will NOT answer specific career search questions for individuals or provide individualized career counseling. Individual career research needs should be discussed with your Career Services office. Sign up here: https://online.goinglobal.com/training/students/students-training-session-april-02-2018 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Talk: Getting the Most from Your Supervisor  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Wondering how you can get the most out of your supervisory relationship?  Want to know how you can use the Graduate Supervision Guidelines
and learn some effective strategies for implementing positive change?  Join fellow graduate students and G2G Peer Advisors from the Graduate Conflict Resolution Centre (CRC) for an interactive discussion about the challenges of working with a supervisor, how to use the guidelines to your advantage, and tips and tricks for getting the most out of your supervisory relationship. Pizza will be served.



P.S. Want to read the guidelines before you come? Check them out here: https://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/innovations/bestpractices/Pages/Section-1--Introduction.aspx


 
Location: 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series:Memorization Techniques  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Further Education  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing another degree or program after graduation? • Are you wondering if you should pursue further education now, or later? There are many reasons and pathways to pursue further education. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for job searching, and staying motivated. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series:Problem Solving Exams for STEM Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series:Motivation, concentration and procrastination  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:30PM - 6:30PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2018. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you going to finish your degree requirements soon?

Would you like to stay in Canada after your graduation to work?
You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years.

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit.
The topics that will be discussed are as Follows:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online.
- The validity period of the PGWP.
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP.
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.
 
Location: 
CIE
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Launchpad: Campus Resources for U of T Startups  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Launchpad: Campus Resources for U of T Startups   Orientation to campus resources for students with startups or interested in startups, including startups and ventures, accelerators, courses and programs, library resources, commercialization, funding opportunities, and Toronto community resources.   You will leave with:
  • knowledge of how the university supports student and faculty startups through space, training, and mentorship
  • an understanding of campus accelerators, pitch competitions, and funding opportunities
  • further library workshops available on the topic of entrepreneurship research
  • a guide of where to go to find more information at U of T and around Toronto
  Next session: Tuesday, April 4, 2018, 11-12:00 pm Where: Instruction Lab (2nd flr), Gerstein Science Information Centre, 9 King's College Circle REGISTER NOW   This session is part of the Entrepreneurship Research Skills co-curricular record. To participate, bring your T-Card and register at the beginning of the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Introduction to Business Resources  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Introduction to Business Resources Students of all disciplines learn the types of documents available related to company, industry and market research. Includes overview of public versus private companies, subscription resources, government sources of information, and evaluating sources found online.   You’ll learn how to:
  • Develop skills to find and evaluate business information resources
  • Comprehend the basics of market research and industry reports
  • Practice finding relevant industry reports and company information
  Next session: Tuesday, April 4, 2018, 12-1pm Where: Instruction Lab, 2nd floor, Gerstein Science Information Centre, 9 King’s College Circle Instructor: Holly Inglis, Public Services Librarian, Rotman  holly.inglis@rotman.utoronto.ca   REGISTER NOW   This session is part of the Entrepreneurship Research Skills co-curricular record. To participate, bring your T-Card and register at the beginning of the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exploring Meaningful Work  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn about how your interests, values and strengths can help you identify possible career possibilities. Wondering about what kind of work might feel meaningful to you? This session will help you reflect on your interests, values and strengths to identify possible career possibilities. What do I like to do? What matters to me? What am I good at? what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Time Management, Organization, and Prioritization  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Multiple Choice Exams for STEM Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Staying Resilient and Managing Stress through End of Term  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
This workshop will return to the topic of resiliency and stress, exploring the ways that strategies for building resiliency can be used by students at times of acute academic pressure. We will discuss daily practices that can help to maintain intellectual and emotional balance during exams, and ways of using the holiday period to prepare for the new term.  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:15PM - 6:45PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
SOTI Technology Open House  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Be part of something big! #EndlessPossibililties SOTI is excited to open its doors for an invite-only recruiting event where we are looking for technology talent directly from our community. Please come and learn about SOTI’s focus on innovation and get an understanding how we have become a market leader in our industry. What to Expect Come network with team members from SOTI including Senior Leaders about a career with SOTI and how you can join our growing team! This is an amazing opportunity to connect with members from SOTI in various roles and learn about their experiences and how they got to where they are. On-spot meetings with our Tech leaders Those selected to attend will be contacted by a member of SOTI’s Talent Team and will receive a VIP invitation. There are a limited number of spots at this recruiting event. Apply now and don’t miss out! Event Details Event Date:        Wednesday April 4th, 2018 Time:                   6:00pm - 9:00pm Location:             SOTI’s Global Headquarters, 5770 Hurontario Street, Suite: 1100, Mississauga, Ontario, L5R 3G5 Refreshments:  Light refreshments will be served Current Openings If you’re Technology enthusiast who is one or more of the following, we want to see you at the Open House!
  • Full-Stack Developers
  • Front End Developers
  • Back End Developers
  • JavaScript Developers
  • Software Developers
  • Application Developers
  • Senior Software Developers
  • Software Architects
  • Technical Support Specialists
  • Quality Assurance Analysts
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Product Manager
  • Development Managers
  • Inside Sales Specialists
  • Sales Account Managers
RSVP Today! soti.net/openhouse We look forward to meeting you! SOTI Talent Team   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 9:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Social Insurance Number Clinic ~ Service Canada - April 5, 2018 - SIN Clinic  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Service Canada will be on campus to process Social Insurance Number (SIN) applications for students holding Canadian study permits. This service can also be used by active University faculty and staff.

For those interested, please sign up for an appointment at the link below and read the important email that will follow after signing up for instructions on how to prepare for the appointment. (Each appointment is 10 minutes in duration.) Drop-in appointments may be available with wait time. If you plan to drop-in, please visit the Front Desk at the Centre for International Experience (CIE) prior to the clinic dates to retrieve information in order to prepare for the clinic. 
Location: 
Centre for International Experience
33 St. George Street, Room 102, Toronto, ON, Canada  
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 4:10PM 
Organizer: 
Service Canada, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Bahen Centre, Rm.1160
40 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, CANADA 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:30PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Academic Success Study Hubs  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Drop in to one of our supportive Study Hubs – a dedicated space for quiet study where students can complete readings, work on assignments, and prepare for exams. At the beginning of each session, a Learning Strategist will help you set a realistic study goal for the time available in the session. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Essay Exams for Humanities and Social Science Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Memorization Techniques  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Identifying Transferable Skills (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
You have developed essential skills through your academic, professional, and co-curricular experiences. In this workshop you will learn how to recognize and articulate these competencies, and you will identify future opportunities to demonstrate or enhance your skills. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Problem Solving Exams for STEM Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Further Education  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing another degree or program after graduation? • Are you wondering if you should pursue further education now, or later? There are many reasons and pathways to pursue further education. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for job searching, and staying motivated. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Double Jam!  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Exams and taxes bringing you down?

Drop in on CIE's Exam Jam and Tax Jam!

Come get support and guidance about the income tax filing process then de-stress and relax with games, crafts, and snacks!

No need to register. Just drop in! 
Location: 
Centre for International Experience
33 St. George St, Toronto, ON 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00am - 1:00pm 
Organizer: 
Hanna Caplan and Hannah Souza, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
QES Welcome Social  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


2018 QE Outgoing and Incoming Scholar Social!



Let's celebrate our Summer 2018 cohort! Let's also welcome our Incoming Scholars from India, Kenya, Australia, South Africa, and Pakistan. 



 



2015-2017 QE Scholars, we would love to have you join as well!



 



Please come by the CIE from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, on Friday, April 6, 2018. 



 



Please sign up to reserve your place! Food and Drinks from Veda will be served!



 



Please note that no payment will be required to reserve your ticket.



 



 



 



 


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:30PM - 7:30PM 
Organizer: 
Aziza Virani CIE aziza.virani@utoronto.ca , Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
Dream Job Academy (6 Week Program)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Dream Big, Start Now – Join us for the Winter 2018 Dream Job Academy!   Hart House and the Career Centre have teamed up to bring you the unique Dream Job Academy career exploration series. The Dream Job Academy is a program designed to help students explore passions, values and potential careers.   Over the course of six sessions, you will engage in arts, narrative and play-based activities and experiences designed to help you: - Realize and recognize your passions - Engage in career exploration and find your “dream job” - Meet people and make new friends The series will take place every Friday from 11 am to 1 pm at Hart House beginning in March 2018 on the following dates: March 2 March 9 March 16 March 23 April 6 April 13   Participants are expected to attend ALL sessions. Registration is only open before the first day of the program.  Students who complete the series are eligible for CCR recognition.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Know Your Skills  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn how to identify and talk about your skills, and feel more confident in communicating your experiences to professionals and employers. You are continuously developing essential and transferable skills through your academic and co-curricular experiences. This session will help you learn how to identify and articulate your skills, and feel more confident in communicating your experiences to professionals and employers. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Legal Dos & Don?ts for Startups  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Legal Dos & Don’ts for Startups This free, one-hour workshop focuses on practical legal tips for startup companies. Expect an interactive discussion introducing concepts and strategies on technology-related contracts and intellectual property (IP). Leave with a better understanding of the range of legal issues that a growing startup will encounter, as well as common pitfalls and best practices. Concepts will be introduced to help you protect your rights when dealing with stakeholders through a diverse range of contracts, and through adopting an appropriate IP protection strategy, including the following topics:
  • types of technology-related contracts
  • key considerations and techniques to drafting and analyzing contracts
  • contract considerations for software companies
  • trade secret protection best practices
  • patent and trademark registration
Next session: Friday, April 6, 2018, 12-1pm Where: MADLab, 2 Below, Gerstein Science Information Centre, 9 King’s College Circle Presenters: Marc Lampert, Bhole IP Law   REGISTER NOW 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Jam PHL 100  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:30PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
PSY 100 Exam Jam  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:30PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Procrastination, Anxiety & Exam Stress - How to Slay the 3 Headed Beast!  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Procrastination, Anxiety& Exam Stress – How to Slay the 3 Headed Beast!
 
Learn strategies to manage stress and perform your best going into exams. 
  April 6th, 4:00 - 6:00 pm. All U of T students welcome.   Kelly Library, University of St. Michael's College, University of Toronto Room 302 upstairs in the library Kelly Library is on the east side of Queen's Park on the south side of Sst. Joseph's Street    Facilitated by Nicole LeBlanc, M.S.W., St. University of Michael's College and Andrea Graham, Ph.D., Academic Success Centre 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Motivation, concentration, and procrastination  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Multiple Choice Exams for Humanities  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Time Management, Organization, and Prioritization  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Multiple Choice Exams for STEM Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Essay Exams for Humanities Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Résumé & Cover Letter  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Memorization Techniques  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Problem Solving Exams for STEM Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Motivation, concentration, procrastination  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Multiple Choice Exams for Humanities Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
The Future of Health Innovation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 

The Future of Health Innovation conference presented by the University of Toronto will highlight and showcase health and life sciences innovation from the University Toronto and the Toronto community including those from our affiliated hospital partners. The day will consist of: Theme 1: Health Technologies – Wearables and Robotics This segment will showcase new and exciting wearable and robotic technologies from the Toronto ecosystem. Engaging groups such as Toronto Rehab Institute, Institute for Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering and the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Engineering to discuss the future of robotics in health and the areas in which we are translating research here in Toronto and in partnership with our local Toronto companies. Theme 2: Advancement of cell-based therapies and tissue-based technologies. An introduction of the advancement of microfluidics at UofT and organ-on-a chip related technologies. Highlighting UofT partnerships and top researchers in this field. This will be followed by a panel discussion on the commercialization of cell therapy and tissue-based technologies and treatments with industry experts, venture capital and pharmaceutical companies in this field. Technology/Start-up Showcase The technology and start-up showcase will highlight the most innovative health and life sciences companies coming out of the Toronto ecosystem. REGISTER FOR THE EVENT HERE:  https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-future-of-health-innovation-tickets-42907311925?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=strongmail&utm-term=listing

 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 8:30AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Time Management, Organization, and Prioritization  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Infrastructure Rotational Program Info Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Jane Street is a quantitative trading firm with a unique focus on technology and collaborative problem solving. With offices in three of the world’s most dynamic cities: New York, London and Hong Kong, we operate around the clock and around the globe. Our culture is casual, our careers are intensely rewarding and we are always looking for great new people to join our talented team. This April we’re hosting digital info sessions about Jane Street and providing a closer look at our Infrastructure Rotational Program. Our info sessions are hosted by real people and they are interactive and informative. Sessions run about 1 hour depending on Q&A. We hope you can join us. Please select a date below to register. CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION: https://www.janestreet.com/info-session-infra/ 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:30AM - 12:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Own Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn more about interview types, questions, and preparation strategies help you ace your interview. Interviews can be intimidating, but the key to success is being ready! This session will help you better prepare for an interview, and offer strategies to create captivating stories about your accomplishments that you can showcase to potential employers. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:30PM - 2:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series:Multiple Choice Exams for STEM Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Practice Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. A follow up to Own Your Interview, this small group session will give you an opportunity to practice and improve your interview skills. Working with peers, you will practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. Please bring a copy of your résumé and a job description of a position that interests you. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Interviewing for Work (Masters, PhDs & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will learn about interviews outside of academia and how to position your graduate experiences (from teaching to research and writing) effectively to potential employers in an authentic way. Please review the resources on our website, and bring a paper or electronic copy of the handout: http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/cc/interviews. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exam Prep Series: Essay Exams for Humanities Courses  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get that academic edge to ace your exams! Two weeks of short, personalized, course specific exam ready prep skills delivered by our team of Learning Strategists. Topics include:
  • studying multiple choice exams in humanities and STEM courses
  • writing essay exams
  • memorization techniques
  • how to study for multiple exams
  • ...and many more!
Visit http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/asc/workshops for a full list of programs  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Dream Job Academy-Winter 2018 (6 Week Program)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Dream Job Academy (6 Week Program)  Mar 23, 2018 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM Dream Big, Start Now – Join us for the Winter 2018 Dream Job Academy!   Hart House and the Career Centre have teamed up to bring you the unique Dream Job Academy career exploration series. The Dream Job Academy is a program designed to help students explore passions, values and potential careers.   Over the course of six sessions, you will engage in arts, narrative and play-based activities and experiences designed to help you: - Realize and recognize your passions - Engage in career exploration and find your “dream job” - Meet people and make new friends The series will take place every Friday from 11 am to 1 pm at Hart House beginning in March 2018 on the following dates: March 2 March 9 March 16 March 23 April 6 April 13   Participants are expected to attend ALL sessions. Registration is only open before the first day of the program.  Students who complete the series are eligible for CCR recognition 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
13th Annual Housing Fair  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Currently looking for a rental unit? Come network with landlords, and other students who are offering their unit to rent. If you have any questions you can speak with a Housing Representative who will be able to provide information, and resources around housing.


What's Happening:
- Speak with a Housing Representative
- Meet landlords and schedule viewings
- Pick up a housing toolkit resource package
 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College Street, Main Floor 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Work Study Info Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Have you heard about Work Study but not sure what it is? Applying for Work Study job and want to increase your chances of getting hired? This session is for you! In this session we will discuss: - what is Work Study - how to apply - how to make your application competitive - employment skills you'll develop in Work Study what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
GoinGlobal Student Training  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
OVERVIEW  This is a 1-hour, web-based training session exclusively for students whose academic institutions are current subscribers to Going Global's career resources database services.  This event will:  + Explain the career tools and job search resources available from Going Global + Provide examples and tips for finding international company information and job & internship opportunities + Offer an opportunity for attendees to submit questions about Going Global's services IMPORTANT!  This event will NOT answer specific career search questions for individuals or provide individualized career counseling. Individual career research needs should be discussed with your Career Services office. Sign up here: https://online.goinglobal.com/training/students/students-training-session-april-16-2018 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
How to Hire Great Students  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
The Work Study Training Program supports Work Study students and supervisors to make the most of the Work Study experience.
  • Supervisors will learn about best practices for aligning your work needs with students’ development goals to increase their engagement and productivity in their work.
  • Students will learn to think intentionally about their career and the skills they want to develop during their Work Study experience.
In How to Hire Great Students, we will cover:
  • Posting the vacancy
    • Importance of giving a realistic understanding of the job and writing an accurate position description
  • How to best assess a candidate in terms of the skills crucial for the role
    • Employment equity
    • Screening: Phone, interview, skill tests, reference checks
  • Employee (student) onboarding and engagement
    • Competency development & Personal learning plans
The Work Study Training Program has in-person sessions for both students and supervisors as well as a Professional Development Workbook for students to complete, with your support, throughout their Work Study experience.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing a career in a few different fields, but not sure which is the best option? • Do you have “gut instinct” about the path you’ve always wanted to follow? Or maybe you want to pursue a career that is directly related to your degree? Most of us are passionate about many things, and although some students pursue careers directly related to their degrees, many pursue careers that are related to their interests, skills, values or experiences. We know it’s important that you choose work that you enjoy, and will find meaningful. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about how to make informed decisions, and determine your personal next steps. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Working in Canada during summer break - Working in Canada  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you an international student who would like to work in Canada? If so, join us to learn about:
- Your legal rights and obligations when it comes to working in Canada.
- The different types of work permits/work authorizations.
- The eligibility criteria for on-campus employment.
- The eligibility criteria for off-campus employment.
- The eligibility criteria for the co-op work permit.
- The eligibility criteria for the post-graduation work permit.
- The maximum hours that an international student is allowed to work.
- The required documents.
- Conditions related to working during scheduled breaks.
- Amending your study permit if it does not authorize you to work.
- Getting a social insurance number (SIN).
 
Location: 
CIE Room 102 (Cumberland )
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Exploration Orientation (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This session is a condensed version of three different career exploration orientations resulting in your eligibility to participate in the following programs: Extern Job Shadowing - Connects you with professionals in a career area of your interest for a half-day to five-day job shadowing experience. Program runs three times a year (Nov., Feb., May). In the Field - A group of 15-30 visit an organization to speak with 3-5 professionals working in a variety of career areas. Visit usually includes a panel discussion, informal networking, and a tour of the organization. If you would like to know more about the programs before we meet check out https://cln.utoronto.ca/myAccount/programs/program-overview.htm. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out to us at extern@mail.careers.utoronto.ca.   what you need to know: • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Infrastructure Rotational Program Info Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Jane Street is a quantitative trading firm with a unique focus on technology and collaborative problem solving. With offices in three of the world’s most dynamic cities: New York, London and Hong Kong, we operate around the clock and around the globe. Our culture is casual, our careers are intensely rewarding and we are always looking for great new people to join our talented team. This April we’re hosting digital info sessions about Jane Street and providing a closer look at our Infrastructure Rotational Program. Our info sessions are hosted by real people and they are interactive and informative. Sessions run about 1 hour depending on Q&A. We hope you can join us. Please select a date below to register. CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION: https://www.janestreet.com/info-session-infra/ 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Finding Full-Time Work  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
The search for full-time work is a dynamic, often complex process.  This session will equip you with resources, tools, and strategies that will assist you in locating and pursuing a full-time job. Discover places and people to help target your search, and begin developing your personalized job search action plan.   what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Talk: Fostering Effective Relationships during Grad School  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


 




Do you have the tools to navigate your relationship commitments? As a graduate student you need to foster effective relationships with your peers, professors, supervisors, partner, family and friends in tandem. Good and healthy relationships require both a personal and professional investment in order to lead a productive lifestyle. In this session we explore Brene Brown’s teachings on the importance of being vulnerable and have you assess your Emotional Quotient (EQ). Presented by the Leadership Team at the Office of Student Life.  Pizza will be available



 


 
Location: 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing a career in a few different fields, but not sure which is the best option? • Do you have “gut instinct” about the path you’ve always wanted to follow? Or maybe you want to pursue a career that is directly related to your degree? Most of us are passionate about many things, and although some students pursue careers directly related to their degrees, many pursue careers that are related to their interests, skills, values or experiences. We know it’s important that you choose work that you enjoy, and will find meaningful. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about how to make informed decisions, and determine your personal next steps. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
ApplyToEducation EdTalent Spring Job Fair  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
EdTalent 2018 Friday, April 20, 2018, at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel in downtown Toronto. The event will take place in the Metropolitan Ballroom, between 10am to 3pm. Your opportunity to meet education employers and find out what they are looking for in an ideal candidate! EVENT LOCATION DETAILS Arriving by car: There is a paid parking lot available at the hotel and in the surrounding area To find parking, download this list of parking lots here. Arriving by public transit: Exit Union subway station and walk south on Bay Street for 7-minutes until you arrive at the location. Find this event in the lower level conference hall of the Westin Harbour Castle in downtown Toronto. REGISTER FOR FREE The event is free to attend as long as you register online in advance. Register Here: http://home.applytoeducation.com/index.php/edtalent-applicant-event/ DRESS CODE Your typical slacks or khakis, dress shirt or blouse will do just fine.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Info session: University of Manchester  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Interested in doing an exchange at the University of Manchester? Learn more from their staff about courses, facilities and anything you would like to know. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room (ground floor), CIE
33 St. George Street, Cumberland House 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Work Study Info Session (Online)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
**THIS EVENT IS ONLINE - This Office Hour is exclusive to members of the U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees. To join the Hub, click here. ** Learn about working on-campus through Work Study. You'll learn what it is, when and how to apply, and how to make yourself stand out! Have you heard about Work Study but not sure what it is? Applying for a Work Study job and want to increase your chances of getting hired? This session is for you!  In this session we will discuss:  - what is Work Study  - how to apply - how to make your application competitive  - employment skills you'll develop in Work Study Must be a member of the U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees to participate. Please RSVP through the U of T Hub
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 14:0 - 16:0 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Info session: National University of Singapore  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Interested in studying at the National University of Singapore? Learn more from their staff about courses, facilities and anything you would like to know. 
Location: 
CIE
33 St. George Street, Cumberland House 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:30PM - 5:30PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Job Search Motivation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to balance job searching with other commitments? • Curious about strategies for staying focused and clear-minded while job searching? Job searching can be an exciting but challenging process of transition, but staying motivated is an important component of this process. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for staying motivated while job searching. No registration required. Snacks provided. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Engaging in Co-Curricular Research   
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
At this workshop, learn about: What work as an undergraduate co-curricular researcher might look like The process of looking for and applying to a curricular research opportunity, including using the recently launched Research Catalogue. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Daniels: Info Session For Graduating Students: What You Need To Know  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
We will share information on important topics like:
  • our healthcare coverage,
  • immigration resources for international students,
  • working and searching for jobs in Canada,
  • filing income tax returns,
  • building a network,
  • and other information as requested.
Hosted by: Yaseen Ali, International Transition Advisor & Diana Byers, Career Educator   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2018. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you going to finish your degree requirements soon?

Would you like to stay in Canada after your graduation to work?
You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years.

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit.
The topics that will be discussed are as Follows:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online.
- The validity period of the PGWP.
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP.
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.
 
Location: 
CIE
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Networking to Find Meaningful Work (Masters, PhDs & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this small group session of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows we will discuss the challenges of making and maintaining professional relationships that will lead to meaningful work in the future. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
LinkedIn Lab  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn how to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. Curious about LinkedIn?  Learn how to incorporate social media strategies into your networking and job search! This session will offer ways to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop: USA Only  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St. 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Safety Abroad Officer, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Tour of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 



Have you ever held a book that’s over 400 years old? Or seen the U of T’s founding document? Or read Leonard Cohen’s notebooks from the 1960s, where he drafted some of his early songs? What about the math used by U of T professors to rescue the Apollo
13 mission? Come to the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, one of the most beautiful and inspirational indoor spaces on campus! Meet staff from the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections and the University Archives, where they will take you on a tour of some of the rich treasures held right here on campus. Come for the view and the stories and discover how you can incorporate this one-of-a-kind research material  into your own academic work.


 
Location: 
120 St George St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 6:30PM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Work Study Info Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Have you heard about Work Study but not sure what it is? Applying for Work Study job and want to increase your chances of getting hired? This session is for you! In this session we will discuss: - what is Work Study - how to apply - how to make your application competitive - employment skills you'll develop in Work Study what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Talking to Professionals  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn about strategies for engaging with professionals, such as how and who to contact, as well as what questions you might ask. Networking is an opportunity for you to gather information relevant to your career interests, and establish connections with people who share your professional interests.  Learn about strategies to help make talking to professionals easier, and practice the skills needed to build meaningful professional relationships. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Job Search Motivation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to balance job searching with other commitments? • Curious about strategies for staying focused and clear-minded while job searching? Job searching can be an exciting but challenging process of transition, but staying motivated is an important component of this process. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for staying motivated while job searching. No registration required. Snacks provided. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Working in Canada during summer break - Working in Canada  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you an international student who would like to work in Canada? If so, join us to learn about:
- Your legal rights and obligations when it comes to working in Canada.
- The different types of work permits/work authorizations.
- The eligibility criteria for on-campus employment.
- The eligibility criteria for off-campus employment.
- The eligibility criteria for the co-op work permit.
- The eligibility criteria for the post-graduation work permit.
- The maximum hours that an international student is allowed to work.
- The required documents.
- Conditions related to working during scheduled breaks.
- Amending your study permit if it does not authorize you to work.
- Getting a social insurance number (SIN).
 
Location: 
CIE Room 102 (Cumberland )
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Info session: University of Hong Kong  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Interested in studying at the University of Hong Kong? Learn more from their staff about courses, facilities and anything you would like to know. 
Location: 
CIE
33 St. George Street, Cumberland House 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:30PM - 3:30PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Résumé & Cover Letter  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Represent: Student Leadership Conference  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Represent: Student Leadership Conference
This conference provides incoming student representatives (i.e. elected/appointed representatives of student unions, college councils, faculty associations, residence council members, and student societies from all three U of T campuses) with tools and resources to be effective leaders. This is the largest conference for elected student representative at U of T.



Whether you are in a representative role, an executive position planning events, or at the head of your student organization, our conference will have workshops and sessions catered to your specific responsibilities and interests. This way, you will gain insight into how you can contribute to bringing about change through your student organization and collaborate with others across campus.



Represent: Student Leadership Conference will take place on April 28 & 29 on the St. George Campus at Hart House.



Registration:



**Make sure to complete payment through BookIt, and registraiton through the Student Life website: http://studentlife.utoronto.ca/cld/conferences#node-5245



 



Questions?



Please contact leadership@utoronto.ca or the conference Chair/Planning Committee at uoft.leadership@gmail.com for more information on Represent programming.


 
Location: 
7 Hart House Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Please contact leadership@utoronto.ca or the conference Chair/Planning Committee at uoft.leadership@gmail.com for more information on Represent programming., Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Permanent Residency Information Session. - PR Info Session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you an international student interested in staying in Canada Permanently after graduation? Join us to learn about the different permanent residency programs.

Staff members from Immigration Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will be on campus to give an information session about the Express Entry Program .

The IRCC's presentation will cover:
- Express Entry system.
- The different PR programs under Express Entry.
- Eligibility criteria for each program.
- Skilled Workers vs Canadian Experience Class - what is the difference?
- PR application process
- The ranking system.
- The processing time.
 
Location: 
Wallberg Building (Room 116)
184-200 College Street Toronto, Ontario 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Orientation I Intercultural Learning Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


Dear Queen Elizabeth Scholars,



Please register for the Intercultural Learning Workshop, taking place on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018, from 5 pm to 7 pm. 



We will meet in the Baldwin Room. Refreshments will be served!



 



 



 


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
Aziza Virani aziza.virani@utoronto.ca, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Orientation II Transition Strategies  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


Dear Queen Elizabeth Scholars,



Please sign up for this final Orientation session, taking place on Thursday May 3, in the Cumberland Room at the CIE. We will begin at 5:00 pm. We may not need a full two hours!  



We will work through some transition strategies and how to mitigate potentially challenging situations while working abroad.



Refreshments will be served!



 


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
Aziza Virani aziza.virani@gmail.com, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Getting organized and staying on track  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
No matter what your program or year of study, chances are you are feeling overwhelmed by the amount of work you have to do and the amount of time that it requires. Working at a part-time job, maintaining relationships with family and friends, and keeping yourself healthy and happy also take time and energy, and trying to balance school and other responsibilities can make even the most organized students feel out of control. In this workshop, we will discuss common time management struggles and ways of getting the most out of the time you put in to your studies. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2018. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you going to finish your degree requirements soon?

Would you like to stay in Canada after your graduation to work?
You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years.

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit.
The topics that will be discussed are as Follows:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online.
- The validity period of the PGWP.
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP.
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.
 
Location: 
CIE
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
TELUS Career Fair  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
TELUS Career Fair – Wednesday May 9, 2018 Join our team today and together we will shape the future! We are very excited to be hosting a Career Fair at our TELUS Harbour, York St. Toronto location! We are currently hiring for:
  • Full Time Technical and Non-Technical Bilingual Customer Service Agents - TELUS Health Benefits and Payment Solutions
  • Full Time Pharmacy Technicians and Pharmacy Assistants in the roles of Technical Customer Service Agent I, to support our Kroll Pharmacy Application
Where And When
  • Date: Wednesday - May 9, 2018
  • Location: TELUS Harbour, 25 York St. Toronto, ON- Take the Elevator to the 3rd Floor and come meet us in the 3rd Floor Event Room 003-031
  • Time: 11:00AM to 3:00pm
    https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/telus-health-career-fair-at-telus-655247009/?utm_campaign=google_jobs_apply&utm_source=google_jobs_apply&utm_medium=organic       
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:30AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Bampot House of Tea and Boardgames  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Join us for some specialty tea and boardgames at this local venue. Light vegetarian refreshments provided. Please let us know if you have any food resrictions.


 
Location: 
Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Career Exploration Orientation (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This session introduces you to two programs and several services that will help you with your career exploration process. Attending this orientation will satisfy your eligibility requirements to participate in the following programs: Extern Job Shadowing - Connects you with professionals in a career area of your interest for a half-day to five-day job shadowing experience. Program runs three times a year (Fall, Winter, and Spring). In the Field - A group of 15-30 visit an organization to speak with 3-5 professionals working in a variety of career areas. Visit usually includes a panel discussion, informal networking, and a tour of the organization. If you would like to know more about the programs before we meet check out https://cln.utoronto.ca/myAccount/programs/program-overview.htm. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out to us at careerexploration@careers.utoronto.ca What you need to know. • Ensure you register!  **Registration open to graduate students only** • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Own Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Interviews can be intimidating, but the key to success is being ready! This session will help you better prepare for an interview, and offer strategies to create captivating stories about your accomplishments that you can showcase to potential employers. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Practice Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
A follow up to Own Your Interview, this small group session will give you an opportunity to practice and improve your interview skills. Working with peers, you will practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. Please bring a copy of your résumé and a job description of a position that interests you. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. f you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:30PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
JLABS @ Toronto Two Year Anniversary: Super Spotlight  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
May 10 | Two Year Anniversary Super Spotlight : https://jlabsto-superspotlight.eventbrite.com FREE event but registration is necessary. Join us at JLABS @ Toronto for a special Spotlight event featuring 35+ JLABS @ Toronto resident companies & alumni giving 2 minute pitches focusing on their company and recent milestones. Come one, come all! Join JLABS @ Toronto as we celebrate our two year anniversary as the first JLABS site outside of the U.S.  On May 11th 2016, we opened with 22 life science companies across pharmaceuticals, medical devices, consumer & health tech. Now, as we reach our two year anniversary, we have grown to 47 resident companies and 10 alumni companies who are transforming the scientific discoveries of today into the breakthrough healthcare solutions of tomorrow. On May 10th 2018, join us for a special Spotlight event featuring 35+ JLABS @ Toronto resident companies & alumni giving 2 minute pitches focusing on their company and recent milestones. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about the exciting companies at JLABS working on delivering life-saving, life-enhancing health and wellness solutions to patients around the world. Please note that the presentations at this event will include publicly available, non-confidential information only.   Companies Pitching include:  A4i, Acorn Biolabs, Advanced Proteome Therapeutics Corporation, Appili Therapeutics, AVROBIO, Biotagenics, Cyclica, endogena therapeutics, Enrich Bioscience, Eve Medical, Immune Biosolutions, ImmunoBiochem Corp., Integra Medical, KalGene Pharmaceuticals, Ketogen Pharma , Mannin Research Inc., Mediphage Bioceuticals, Nanovista, NerveVision, NeuroTheryX, Notogen, Pendant Biosciences, Pentavere Research Inc., Providence Therapeutics, Qing Bile Therapeutics Inc., Rapid Novor, Rosetta Therapeutics, Seegene Canada, Self Care Catalysts, Spindle Biotech, Suncayr, SYNG Pharma, Translatum Medicus Inc., Tracery Ophthalmics , Treventis Corp., Zucara Therapeutics Inc. Learn more about each company here.  Agenda: 4:00 PM | Registration Opens and Networking 4:15 PM | Welcome 4:30 PM | Company Pitches 5:30 PM | Networking Break 5:45 PM | Company Pitches 6:45 PM | Celebration 8:00 PM | Program Close Fees: FREE | General Public Location: JLABS @ Toronto  661 University Ave, Suite 1300 Toronto, ON  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Working in Canada during summer break - Working in Canada  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you an international student who would like to work in Canada? If so, join us to learn about:
- Your legal rights and obligations when it comes to working in Canada.
- The different types of work permits/work authorizations.
- The eligibility criteria for on-campus employment.
- The eligibility criteria for off-campus employment.
- The eligibility criteria for the co-op work permit.
- The eligibility criteria for the post-graduation work permit.
- The maximum hours that an international student is allowed to work.
- The required documents.
- Conditions related to working during scheduled breaks.
- Amending your study permit if it does not authorize you to work.
- Getting a social insurance number (SIN).
 
Location: 
CIE Room 102 (Cumberland )
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
McKesson Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
McKesson Corporation, currently ranked 5th on the FORTUNE 500, is a healthcare services and information technology company dedicated to making the business of healthcare run better. We’re experiencing an era of unprecedented change in health care. New technology, new services and new ideas will be needed to deliver improved outcomes for businesses and patients. McKesson is at the forefront of that transformation. We partner with key players in the health care industry to build healthier organizations that deliver better care to patients in every setting.     Learn about Pharmacy Caseworker Positions at McKesson.  Come and meet company representatives to learn more about the workplace culture and network.     Event Details: Time and date: Monday May 14th from 12:00 – 2:00 pm Location: Student Success Centre – 214 College Street Room 150 in the Student Success Seminar Room  map.utoronto.ca/building/143  Recruiting: Pharmacy Caseworker Positions Targeting all life and physical science, pharma and toxicology students Dress: Business Casual   Reserve your spot on the cln.utoronto.ca today!     
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Research Resources  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Looking to learn more about a particular field or industry? This session will guide you through key research resources which can help you get the latest and most reliable online information about employers and the labour market. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Critical Thinking, Reading & Note-taking   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Many students find keeping up with the readings and lecture notes at university to be a real challenge. Many students also find that they need to adopt new reading and note-taking strategies as they advance in their studies, and when then start to study in new fields. In this interactive workshop, we will discuss some reading and note-taking strategies that students can try as well as ways of adapting these strategies to fit individual needs and preferences. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop: USA Only  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St. 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:30AM - 12:30PM 
Organizer: 
Safety Abroad Officer, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Applying for Work (Masters, PhDs & Post-Docs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will learn about applications outside of academia, including how to structure an effective cover letter and translate your CVs to résumés that effectively communicate the relevance of your graduate experiences. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2018. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you going to finish your degree requirements soon?

Would you like to stay in Canada after your graduation to work?
You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years.

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit.
The topics that will be discussed are as Follows:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online.
- The validity period of the PGWP.
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP.
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.
 
Location: 
CIE
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Grad Talk: Bike Safety and Maintenance  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Do you feel nervous biking in the city? Would you like to know how to keep your bike running smoothly? Come to Bikechain's Cycling Safety and Maintenance workshop! You will get tips and resources on biking safely in the city. We will also go over the basic maintenance you can do on your bike at home, and talk about when you should bring it into the shop for some more thorough care.


 
Location: 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:30PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
RBC Capital Markets Student Scholarship Social  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Are you graduating December 2019 or Spring 2020? Are you interested in applying to the 2018 RBC Capital Markets inclusion scholarships? Join the RBC Capital Markets Student Scholarship Social on Thursday, May 17, 2018 in our Toronto office. At the social you will learn more about our firm, a career in banking or finance, and our inclusion scholarships. TO REGISTER: To learn more about the event and for how to secure your spot, please click here . Space is limited and the deadline to apply is May 6, 2018. RBC Capital Markets is committed to fostering workplace diversity. Through our inclusion scholarships, we aim to recognize and reward outstanding undergraduate business, engineering, and economics students who are interested in pursuing a career in banking or finance. Apply here before May 31, 2018 (11:59 PM EST). 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Job Search Motivation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to balance job searching with other commitments? • Curious about strategies for staying focused and clear-minded while job searching?  Job searching can be an exciting but challenging process of transition, but staying motivated is an important component of this process. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for staying motivated while job searching.  No registration required. Snacks provided. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Linked In Lab  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Curious about LinkedIn?  Learn how to incorporate social media strategies into your networking and job search! This session will offer ways to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Guided ROM Museum tour  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Join fellow grads on a facilitated general tour of the museum.


 
Location: 
100 Queen's Park , Toronto, ON M5S 2C6 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 9:00AM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Skills to Improve your Concentration & Memory   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Join a Learning Strategist and your peers to discover how you can minimize distractions while you study. We will explore tips to improve your ability to focus and retain information. We will also discuss strategies for working in high-pressure situations and for overcoming procrastination, and students will start to draft a personalized work-plan for the last weeks of term. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:30PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Applying for Work (Masters, PhDs & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will learn about interviews outside of academia and how to position your graduate experiences (from teaching to research and writing) effectively to potential employers in an authentic way. Please review the resources on our website, and bring a paper or electronic copy of the handout: http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/cc/interviews    what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
I'm Graduating... What's Next? (Online)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Wondering about what kind of work might feel meaningful to you? This session will help you reflect on your interests, values and strengths to identify possible career possibilities. What do I like to do? What matters to me? What am I good at? Must be a member of the U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees to participate. Please RSVP through the U of T Hub: https://www.tenthousandcoffees.com/hub/uoft-cafe?vip_page=universityoftoronto   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2018. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you going to finish your degree requirements soon?

Would you like to stay in Canada after your graduation to work?
You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years.

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit.
The topics that will be discussed are as Follows:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online.
- The validity period of the PGWP.
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP.
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.
 
Location: 
CIE
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Résumé & Cover Letter  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing a career in a few different fields, but not sure which is the best option? • Do you have “gut instinct” about the path you’ve always wanted to follow? Or maybe you want to pursue a career that is directly related to your degree? Most of us are passionate about many things, and although some students pursue careers directly related to their degrees, many pursue careers that are related to their interests, skills, values or experiences. We know it’s important that you choose work that you enjoy, and will find meaningful.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about how to make informed decisions, and determine your personal next steps. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Munvo Meet & Greet  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Sign up: http://munvo.com/careers/meet-n-greet-recruitment-event/   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Talking to Professionals  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Networking is an opportunity for you to gather information relevant to your career interests, and establish connections with people who share your professional interests.   Learn about strategies to help make talking to professionals easier, and practice the skills needed to build meaningful professional relationships. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Just say No (or yes!) Strategies for Setting Boundaries and Managing Responsibilities in grad school  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


In grad school, it can be difficult to simply say "no" to fellow peers, advisors, supervisors, and even new opportunities. This workshop will present you with important communication and negotiation skills on saying "yes," learning to say "no," and setting up healthy and beneficial boundaries. Presented by the Conflict Resolution Centre for Graduate Students.


 
Location: 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:30PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Planning for Research & Assignments   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
In this interactive workshop, we will discuss strategies for starting your research, and structuring and organizing your work, as well as discussing the many resources available at UofT that can help you through the process. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Social Insurance Number Clinic ~ Service Canada - May 30, 2018 - SIN Clinic  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Service Canada will be on campus to process Social Insurance Number (SIN) applications for students holding Canadian study permits. This service can also be used by active University faculty and staff.

For those interested, please sign up for an appointment at the link below and read the important email that will follow after signing up for instructions on how to prepare for the appointment. (Each appointment is 10 minutes in duration.) Drop-in appointments may be available with wait time. If you plan to drop-in, please visit the Front Desk at the Centre for International Experience (CIE) prior to the clinic dates to retrieve information in order to prepare for the clinic. 
Location: 
Centre for International Experience
33 St. George Street, Room 102, Toronto, ON, Canada  
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Service Canada, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty 
 
Event: 
Career Decision-Making (Masters, PhDs & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this small group session of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows we will discuss the your processes for making decisions about your next steps. You will explore ways to enhance resilience when dealing with career ambiguity and confidence in your decision-making process. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
BMO Capital Markets Industry Night  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:30PM - 7:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Social Media for Student Staff  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Do you do social media in your job? Want to be awesome at it? Social media is fun, fast and furious. It can even make you kind of famous. So what are the best ways to make it work in your job? Discover how to have great conversations, how to stay out of trouble, and how to help your audience. Offered by: Office of Student Life Communications This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Leveraging Mentorship at Work  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Students are often told they need a mentor to succeed. In this session we’ll explore what a mentor can actually do for you and how you can use the people you already know in your Work Study position to serve this role. This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.cawo years) are eligible to attend. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:30PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Re-Imagining Leadership Retreat  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


This weekend retreat takes place off-campus in early June. The purpose is to create a supportive community-based environment where students reflect upon their individual leadership capabilities, collaborate with a team of other student leaders, and observe how they and their team fit into the wider community. At each level of leadership, students will be encouraged to think outside of the box, and create novel and innovative ideas to address real life topics that affect students and student leaders at U of T.



You have the chance to challenge yourself to discover more about the leader within, and to experience leadership in a whole new light. Together, let’s re-imagine leadership.



Dates: Students are asked to attend three various activities as a part of this program (pre-retreat, retreat weekend and post-retreat session).



Pre-Retreat: May 25th, 2018



Retreat: June 1st-3rd, 2018



Post-Retreat: June 8th, 2018



Location:



Pre and Post Retreat: University of Toronto, St. George Campus.



Retreat: Peterborough, Ontario on the Trent University Campus.


 
Location: 
1600 W Bank Dr, Peterborough, ON K9J 0G2 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
leadership@utoronto.ca; sarah.memme@utoornto.ca , Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Know Your Skills  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
You are continuously developing essential and transferable skills through your academic and co-curricular experiences. This session will help you learn how to identify and articulate your skills, and feel more confident in communicating your experiences to professionals and employers. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:30PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Managing Procrastination & Increasing Motivation   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
The end of term can be a very stressful time, with big research projects and essays due and final exams looming. Even students who have been keeping on top of their workload can end up feeling overwhelmed and anxious. This workshop will discuss strategies for working in high-pressure situations and for overcoming procrastination, and students will start to draft a personalized work-plan for the last weeks of term. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Social Insurance Number Clinic ~ Service Canada - June 6, 2018 - SIN Clinic  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Service Canada will be on campus to process Social Insurance Number (SIN) applications for students holding Canadian study permits. This service can also be used by active University faculty and staff.

For those interested, please sign up for an appointment at the link below and read the important email that will follow after signing up for instructions on how to prepare for the appointment. (Each appointment is 10 minutes in duration.) Drop-in appointments may be available with wait time. If you plan to drop-in, please visit the Front Desk at the Centre for International Experience (CIE) prior to the clinic dates to retrieve information in order to prepare for the clinic. 
Location: 
Centre for International Experience
33 St. George Street, Room 102, Toronto, ON, Canada  
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 4:10PM 
Organizer: 
Service Canada, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:0 - 11:0 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Technology & Operations Networking Night  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Hello!   RBC Early Talent Acquisition Team is hosting a Technology & Operations Networking Night on June 6th and we’re looking to invite top computer science or engineering students that are available for a Fall 2018 co-op placement (4 months, 8 months, 12 months and 16 month options are available). Registration is now open and will be closing on June 1st. Tickets are distributed on on a first come first serve basis (see link below) so please sign up as soon as possible! Interested in technology and passionate about innovation? We'd love to meet you!   You’re exclusively invited to meet with RBC Technology Professionals, Co-op Student Alumni, Recruiters and Campus Ambassadors to discuss the impacts of the latest tech trends on the banking industry!   Sign up here at: https://www.picatic.com/Fall2018Networking?code=uoft-2018 Promo code: uoft-2018   RBC WaterPark Place 88 Queens Quay West Auditorium Toronto, ON M5J 0B8 June 6th 5:30pm to 7:30pm   5:30pm – 6pm: Registration & Snacks 6pm to 6:30pm: Short presentation and introduction to Technology and Operations at RBC 6:30pm to 7:30pm: Networking   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:30PM - 7:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
RBC Tech - Networking Night  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
  Interested in technology and passionate about innovation? We'd love to meet you!   You’re exclusively invited to meet with RBC Technology Professionals, Co-op Student Alumni, Recruiters and Campus Ambassadors to discuss the impacts of the latest tech trends on the banking industry!   Sign up here at: https://www.picatic.com/Fall2018Networking?code=uoft-2018 Promo code: uoft-2018   RBC WaterPark Place 88 Queens Quay West Auditorium Toronto, ON M5J 0B8           June 6th 5:30pm to 7:30pm   5:30pm – 6pm: Registration & Snacks 6pm to 6:30pm: Short presentation and introduction to Technology and Operations at RBC 6:30pm to 7:30pm: Networking   Thank you!   RBC Early Talent Acquisition| RBC Recruitment | Royal Bank of Canada | @RBC4Students | campusrecruitment@rbc.com | www.rbc.com/careers    
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:30PM - 7:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Mindfulness Medtiation  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Join us to practise secular mindful meditation techniques that will increase your relaxation and focus. 


 
Location: 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Student Life 101  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Students learn more when they are involved. As Work Study students you are often the first point of contact for students interacting with your department. Spend some time with us to explore the wide range of supports and services that are available with Student Life Programs & Services and how to take advantage of these opportunities. Your adventure begins now! Offered by: Student & Campus Community Development This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Do you have questions about your future, or maybe aren’t absolutely sure about “what you want to do with your life”?  • Curious about a particular field of work (or someone whose job seems really cool), but not sure how to learn more? • Unsure what career opportunities are in your chosen field?  Remember, there are many ways to explore careers, and most careers evolve and unfold over time.   Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to determine your next steps in exploring your career.  No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Planning and Exploration Day (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Through a combination of activities and discussion we’ll leverage and increase self-knowledge so that we can create action plans to research and explore multiple career possibilities. The day will be split into two parts: 9-12 Individual and group reflection to increase self-awareness and begin career planning. 12-1 Lunch break (provided) 1-4 Conversations about advantages and challenges of labour market research, informational interviewing, and job-shadowing.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Effective Facilitation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This workshop aims to help participants learn helpful techniques when facilitating groups. The focus in this workshop is on learning and practicing skills to effectively facilitate focused and inclusive meetings, sessions and workshops. This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Spring Hike to Evergreen Brickworks  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Ever wanted to visit Evergreen Brickworks? Now is your chance to explore this fantastic historical site in Toronto while indulging in a little spring shopping and walking. Join Gradlife at Castlefrank Station, where we'll start our walk to Evergreen Brickworks through the hidden wooded-valleys of Toronto, before stopping to explore the farmer's market. Bring comfy shoes, a camera, and your wallet to grab some hand-made souvenirs.


 
Location: 
brickworks, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Identify, Assist, Refer  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this training program participants learn how to recognize key indicators that a student may be struggling with a mental health issue, how to begin a supportive conversation with the student of concern, and how to make the most appropriate referral to campus and/or community resources. Offered by: Health & Wellness Centre This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Linked In Lab  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Curious about LinkedIn?  Learn how to incorporate social media strategies into your networking and job search! This session will offer ways to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Job Search Strategies (Online)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Networking is an opportunity for you to gather information relevant to your career interests, and establish connections with people who share your professional interests.   Learn about strategies to help make talking to professionals easier, and practice the skills needed to build meaningful professional relationships. Must be a member of the U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees to participate. Please RSVP through the U of T Hub: https://www.tenthousandcoffees.com/hub/uoft-cafe?vip_page=universityoftoronto 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Event Planning  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Big or small, planning successful events of any type requires the same skills: budgeting, building partnerships, promotion, execution and more. In this interactive workshop, we will cover the foundations of running a great on-campus event: Network with others; get helpful tips and templates, a free event planning toolkit, and practical knowledge that will guide you in designing and executing successful events! This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Preparing for Exams & Managing Exam Anxiety   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
In this interactive workshop, we will discuss anxiety and stress management techniques and will introduce students to resources that are available around campus. We will discuss and try out several techniques for reducing exam- and writing-specific anxiety (for example, freezing and blanking, writer's block, etc.). 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Social Insurance Number Clinic ~ Service Canada - June 13, 2018 - SIN Clinic  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Service Canada will be on campus to process Social Insurance Number (SIN) applications for students holding Canadian study permits. This service can also be used by active University faculty and staff.

For those interested, please sign up for an appointment at the link below and read the important email that will follow after signing up for instructions on how to prepare for the appointment. (Each appointment is 10 minutes in duration.) Drop-in appointments may be available with wait time. If you plan to drop-in, please visit the Front Desk at the Centre for International Experience (CIE) prior to the clinic dates to retrieve information in order to prepare for the clinic. 
Location: 
Centre for International Experience
33 St. George Street, Room 102, Toronto, ON, Canada  
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 4:10PM 
Organizer: 
Service Canada, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Improv @ Work  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Improve your communication skills at work! Do you get butterflies in your stomach and break into a sweat at the idea of workplace stressors like meeting new people or giving presentations? This interactive workshop will teach you how to stay in the moment, respond in an authentic, unplanned way to deliver your point, and reduce anxiety when dealing with new environments. Offered by: Jump B2B This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad - Parents Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


In light of the increasing public safety concerns in Israel and beyond, the Centre for International Experience (CIE) will be hosting a safety information session for students - and their parents - participating in the 2018 summer exchange program at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Dr. Megan McIntosh, the Safety Abroad Advisor, will be hosting the session and will be available to answer questions.


 
Location: 
33 St George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
safety.abroad@utoronto.ca, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
Intercultural Communication  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Every workplace can benefit from improved communication! This workshop will challenge you to (re)think culture, help you recognize the workings of culture in your daily interactions with others, and help you build more strategies for communicating and understanding across cultural differences. Offered by: Centre for International Experience This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Talking to Professionals  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Networking is an opportunity for you to gather information relevant to your career interests, and establish connections with people who share your professional interests.   Learn about strategies to help make talking to professionals easier, and practice the skills needed to build meaningful professional relationships. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Job Search Motivation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to balance job searching with other commitments? • Curious about strategies for staying focused and clear-minded while job searching?  Job searching can be an exciting but challenging process of transition, but staying motivated is an important component of this process. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for staying motivated while job searching.  No registration required. Snacks provided. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Job Search and Applications Day (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Through a combination of activities and discussion we’ll fully explore effective job search strategies and how to customize application materials and online presences to stand out. The day will be split into two parts: 9-12 Conversations and discussion of job search strategies. 12-1 Lunch break (provided) 1-4 Group and individual activities to build customized application documents, and leverage an online presence what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
McKinsey Canada Launchpad 2018  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Here is an interesting opportunity at McKinsey for PhDs, MDs, JDs, and post-docs at their Toronto location. It is a half-day workshop where students will have an opportunity to learn more about the consulting profession and McKinsey.   Link to Apply: https://mckinsey.secure.force.com/Event/job_details?jid=a0xA000000IzSCCIA3   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Own Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Interviews can be intimidating, but the key to success is being ready! This session will help you better prepare for an interview, and offer strategies to create captivating stories about your accomplishments that you can showcase to potential employers. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Interviewing and Negotiating Day (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Through a series of activities we’ll improve our interview and negotiation skills. The day will be split into two parts: 9-12 Enhancing interview skills. 12-1 Lunch break (provided) 1-4 Unpacking and enhancing negotiation skills. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Navigating the Workplace  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Work Study positions are an excellent opportunity to gain experience, build transferable skills and learn to navigate workplace culture and professionalism. In this session, you will complete part A of the Professional Development Workbook where you will explore your strengths, interests and values and set learning goals for your Work Study experience. We will also discuss professionalism and workplace culture with time for questions and discussion. This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students: Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Résumé & Cover Letter  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students (both grad and undergrad) looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:30AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Finding Full-Time Work  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
The search for full-time work is a dynamic, often complex process.  This session will equip you with resources, tools, and strategies that will assist you in locating and pursuing a full-time job. Discover places and people to help target your search, and begin developing your personalized job search action plan.   What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
TD Information Session (Master's Only)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
TD will be on campus to highlight their full-time associate programs. The TD Associate Programs (representatives from the business) currently confirmed to attend are:  
  • Analytics & Data Science Associate Program
  • Treasury and Balance Sheet Associate Program
  • Quantitative Associate Rotational Program
  • Risk Management Associate Program
  • Leadership Associate Program
  • Canadian Banking Associate Program
  • Marketing Associate Program
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event Details Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm Map: http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/134 Dress Code: Business Attire Target Audience: Specific business oriented master programs that will graduate by Summer 2019 (such as MSc Mathematics, MA. Economics, MSc. Statistics, Masters of Mathematical Finance - MMF, Masters of Financial Economics - MFE)    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dress Code & Lateness:  Please respect the dress code attire mentioned above and do not be late or you will not be permitted to attend the event. Tips: http://talentegg.ca/incubator/2011/06/16/how-to-dress-for-career-success-tips-from-image-expert-erin-miller/ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Cancellation & Waitlist Note:  Many of the information sessions have a limited number of spaces, and we often run a waitlist. When you do not attend an event or do not cancel your registration on time, you are preventing another student from attending the information session. Please be respectful and responsible to your student community, the employers, and plan your events and attendance accordingly. Cancellations must take place at least 24 hours prior to the event time. If you are on the waitlist, please attend the event and ask staff if there is space for you.    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 7:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2018. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you going to finish your degree requirements soon?

Would you like to stay in Canada after your graduation to work?
You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years.

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit.
The topics that will be discussed are as Follows:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online.
- The validity period of the PGWP.
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP.
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.
 
Location: 
CIE
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Healthy Habits  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This interactive workshop introduces students to wellness strategies that they can integrate into their daily routine. Students are provided with tools to help them track their daily habits, recognize patterns of behaviours that may be impacting their overall wellbeing, and to set achievable wellness goals. Offered by: Health & Wellness Centre This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students (all students are welcome!): Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Applying for Faculty Positions (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Interested in becoming a professor? In this workshop you will learn about the academic application process, including how to structure an effective cover letter and CV that effectively communicate your research, teaching, service, and other (industry, clinical, etc.) experiences.    what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2018. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you going to finish your degree requirements soon?

Would you like to stay in Canada after your graduation to work?
You may be eligible for an open work Permit (Post-Graduation Work Permit) valid for up to 3 years.

The Immigration Advisor at the Centre for International Experience will be giving sessions about the Post-Graduation Work Permit.
The topics that will be discussed are as Follows:
- Eligibility Criteria for the PGWP.
- The deadline for submitting a PGWP application.
- How to create an online account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) which will enable you to apply online.
- The validity period of the PGWP.
- IRCC's Conditions on the PGWP.
- An Overview of the Different options for permanent residency in Canada.
 
Location: 
CIE
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 14:30 - 16:30 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
I Need to Get a Job Club  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This four-week program is for recent graduates only. NO EXCEPTIONS. The “I Need to Get a Job Club” program is designed for recent graduates to keep you on track with your job hunt, to provide you with consistent individual job search skills, support and resources to help increase your likelihood of being hired.  The program will connect you with other students and graduates who are also transitioning to the career world to learn from each other’s experiences and gain support throughout the job search process.  Participants are strongly encouraged to attend the first 6 sessions to get the most benefit from the program.  There will be two optional sessions available at the end of the program for participants who would like to benefit from additional support. Topics the program covers: • Job search strategy • Interview preparation and performance • Understanding human resources / hiring processes • Networking • Resume and cover letter  • LinkedIn • Experience and skills (identifying, seeking, compensating for lack thereof) • Career exploration and planning • Challenges finding employment • Others as applicable Occurs every Tuesday 11am-1pm.  June 26, July 3, 10, 24" 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
#MoneyGoals: Master your Money and Student Debt after Graduation (Online)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Congratulations, graduate! Is money stressing you out after all those years of exams, reports and essays? Join Anne Arbour, Financial Educator with the Credit Counselling Society, to learn the tips and tricks that will help you master your money and eliminate your student debt so you free to enjoy bigger and better things. Topics will include effective goal setting, the best practices of budgeting and how to protect yourself from unexpected expenses along the way. We will also discuss strategies for dealing with student debt under different circumstances (employed, not employed).  Anne offers over 25 years of experience in financial services and financial literacy education, and loves sharing her knowledge and passion for all things related to personal finance.  Must be a member of the U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees to participate. Please RSVP through the U of T Hub: https://www.tenthousandcoffees.com/hub/uoft-cafe?vip_page=universityoftoronto   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Navigating Career Decisions  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Planning your career can be both satisfying and intimidating. This workshop will introduce you to useful career concepts, and help you build strategies for decision-making and action-planning. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop: USA Only  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Students looking to participate in a University sponsored program overseas are required to participate in a safety abroad workshop. The purpose of these workshops is to inform students of some of the difficulties that they may encounter while abroad and to discuss mitigation strategies as well as the role of the University in crisis support. Topics to be discussed include health insurance, immunizations and travel health, theft and scams, general travel advice, and emergency procedures. 
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George St. 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:30AM - 12:30PM 
Organizer: 
Safety Abroad Officer, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing a career in a few different fields, but not sure which is the best option? • Do you have “gut instinct” about the path you’ve always wanted to follow? Or maybe you want to pursue a career that is directly related to your degree? Most of us are passionate about many things, and although some students pursue careers directly related to their degrees, many pursue careers that are related to their interests, skills, values or experiences. We know it’s important that you choose work that you enjoy, and will find meaningful.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about how to make informed decisions, and determine your personal next steps. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Planning for Flexible Futures (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this small group session of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows we will discuss the challenges you face in the transition to what’s next. You will develop strategies for planning for multiple possible futures, and explore ways to enhance resilience when dealing with career ambiguity.    what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Inbound Summer Exchange Student Orientation Sessions - Inbound Summer Exchange Student Orientation Session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you an exchange student at UofT this semester? If so, come to this Orientation as it will give you all the essentials information you need in order to have a fun and successful exchange experience. This is a mandatory Orientation session for all incoming exchange students.  
Location: 
Cumberland Room (room 102)
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:30PM 
Organizer: 
Inbound Exchange Team, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
I Need to Get a Job Club  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This four-week program is for recent graduates only. NO EXCEPTIONS. The “I Need to Get a Job Club” program is designed for recent graduates to keep you on track with your job hunt, to provide you with consistent individual job search skills, support and resources to help increase your likelihood of being hired.  The program will connect you with other students and graduates who are also transitioning to the career world to learn from each other’s experiences and gain support throughout the job search process.  Participants are strongly encouraged to attend the first 6 sessions to get the most benefit from the program.  There will be two optional sessions available at the end of the program for participants who would like to benefit from additional support. Topics the program covers: • Job search strategy • Interview preparation and performance • Understanding human resources / hiring processes • Networking • Resume and cover letter  • LinkedIn • Experience and skills (identifying, seeking, compensating for lack thereof) • Career exploration and planning • Challenges finding employment • Others as applicable Occurs every Tuesday 11am-1pm.  June 26, July 3, 10, 24" 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Staying Resilient and Managing Stress throughout theTerm   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
This workshop will return to the topic of resiliency and stress, exploring the ways that strategies for building resiliency can be used by students at times of acute academic pressure. We will discuss daily practices that can help to maintain intellectual and emotional balance from the first day of classes until the last day of exams. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Linked In Lab  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Curious about LinkedIn?  Learn how to incorporate social media strategies into your networking and job search! This session will offer ways to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Talk: Scholarships and Awards: when to start, where to start  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


The Graduate Awards Office (GAO) at the School of Graduate Studies provides administrative support for a wide range of scholarship and financial aid and advising programs. Find out more about the awards and scholarships you may be eligible to apply for as a graduate student here at U of T. Learn more about application best practices, deadlines, processes and where to get help when you need it.



 


 
Location: 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Résumé & Cover Letter  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Job Search Motivation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to balance job searching with other commitments? • Curious about strategies for staying focused and clear-minded while job searching?  Job searching can be an exciting but challenging process of transition, but staying motivated is an important component of this process. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for staying motivated while job searching.  No registration required. Snacks provided. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Identifying Transferable Skills (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
You have developed essential skills through your academic, professional, and co-curricular experiences. In this workshop you will learn how to recognize and articulate these competencies, and you will identify future opportunities to demonstrate or enhance your skills. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
I Need a Job Club  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This four-week program is for recent graduates only. NO EXCEPTIONS. The “I Need to Get a Job Club” program is designed for recent graduates to keep you on track with your job hunt, to provide you with consistent individual job search skills, support and resources to help increase your likelihood of being hired.  The program will connect you with other students and graduates who are also transitioning to the career world to learn from each other’s experiences and gain support throughout the job search process.  Participants are strongly encouraged to attend the first 6 sessions to get the most benefit from the program.  There will be two optional sessions available at the end of the program for participants who would like to benefit from additional support. Topics the program covers: • Job search strategy • Interview preparation and performance • Understanding human resources / hiring processes • Networking • Resume and cover letter  • LinkedIn • Experience and skills (identifying, seeking, compensating for lack thereof) • Career exploration and planning • Challenges finding employment • Others as applicable Occurs every Tuesday 11am-1pm.  June 26, July 3, 10, 24" 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Skills to Improve your Concentration & Memory   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Join a Learning Strategist and your peers to discover how you can minimize distractions while you study. We will explore tips to improve your ability to focus and retain information. We will also discuss strategies for working in high-pressure situations and for overcoming procrastination, and students will start to draft a personalized work-plan for the last weeks of term. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:0 - 11:0 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Improv at Second City  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Get a taste of what The Second City is all about.  Learn how to think on your feet, be in the moment and say YES to everyone's ideas all through fun improv games and exercises.  No experience required.


 
Location: 
99 Blue Jays Way, 3rd fl, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Applying for Work (Masters, PhDs & Post-Docs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will learn about applications outside of academia, including how to structure an effective cover letter and translate your CVs to résumés that effectively communicate the relevance of your graduate experiences. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
I Need a Job Club  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
"This four-week program is for recent graduates only. NO EXCEPTIONS. The “I Need to Get a Job Club” program is designed for recent graduates to keep you on track with your job hunt, to provide you with consistent individual job search skills, support and resources to help increase your likelihood of being hired.  The program will connect you with other students and graduates who are also transitioning to the career world to learn from each other’s experiences and gain support throughout the job search process.  Participants are strongly encouraged to attend the first 6 sessions to get the most benefit from the program.  There will be two optional sessions available at the end of the program for participants who would like to benefit from additional support. Topics the program covers: • Job search strategy • Interview preparation and performance • Understanding human resources / hiring processes • Networking • Resume and cover letter  • LinkedIn • Experience and skills (identifying, seeking, compensating for lack thereof) • Career exploration and planning • Challenges finding employment • Others as applicable Occurs every Tuesday 11am-1pm.  June 26, July 3, 10, 24" 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Critical Thinking, Reading & Note-taking   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Many students find keeping up with the readings and lecture notes at university to be a real challenge. Many students also find that they need to adopt new reading and note-taking strategies as they advance in their studies, and when then start to study in new fields. In this interactive workshop, we will discuss some reading and note-taking strategies that students can try as well as ways of adapting these strategies to fit individual needs and preferences. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:0 - 11:0 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Practice Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
A follow up to Own Your Interview, this small group session will give you an opportunity to practice and improve your interview skills. Working with peers, you will practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. Please bring a copy of your résumé and a job description of a position that interests you. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. f you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing a career in a few different fields, but not sure which is the best option? • Do you have “gut instinct” about the path you’ve always wanted to follow? Or maybe you want to pursue a career that is directly related to your degree? Most of us are passionate about many things, and although some students pursue careers directly related to their degrees, many pursue careers that are related to their interests, skills, values or experiences. We know it’s important that you choose work that you enjoy, and will find meaningful.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about how to make informed decisions, and determine your personal next steps. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Shakespeare in High Park- A Midsummer Night's Dream  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Join fellow grad students for a night of theatre under the stars in High Park.



 


 
Location: 
high park, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 10:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Applying for Work (Masters, PhDs & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will learn about interviews outside of academia and how to position your graduate experiences (from teaching to research and writing) effectively to potential employers in an authentic way. Please review the resources on our website, and bring a paper or electronic copy of the handout: http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/cc/interviews    what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:30PM - 3:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
13th Annual Housing Fair - 13th Annual Housing Fair  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Currently looking for a rental unit? Come network with landlords, and other students who are offering their unit to rent. If you have any questions you can speak with a Housing Representative who will be able to provide information, and resources around housing.


What's Happening:
- Speak with a Housing Representative
- Meet landlords and schedule viewings
- Pick up a housing toolkit resource package
 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College Street, Main Floor 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Finding Full-Time Work  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
The search for full-time work is a dynamic, often complex process.  This session will equip you with resources, tools, and strategies that will assist you in locating and pursuing a full-time job. Discover places and people to help target your search, and begin developing your personalized job search action plan.   What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
I Need a Job Club  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
"This four-week program is for recent graduates only. NO EXCEPTIONS. The “I Need to Get a Job Club” program is designed for recent graduates to keep you on track with your job hunt, to provide you with consistent individual job search skills, support and resources to help increase your likelihood of being hired.  The program will connect you with other students and graduates who are also transitioning to the career world to learn from each other’s experiences and gain support throughout the job search process.  Participants are strongly encouraged to attend the first 6 sessions to get the most benefit from the program.  There will be two optional sessions available at the end of the program for participants who would like to benefit from additional support. Topics the program covers: • Job search strategy • Interview preparation and performance • Understanding human resources / hiring processes • Networking • Resume and cover letter  • LinkedIn • Experience and skills (identifying, seeking, compensating for lack thereof) • Career exploration and planning • Challenges finding employment • Others as applicable Occurs every Tuesday 11am-1pm.  June 26, July 3, 10, 24" 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Managing Procrastination & Increasing Motivation   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
This workshop will discuss strategies for working in high-pressure situations and for overcoming procrastination, and students will start to draft a personalized work-plan for the last weeks of term. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
CliftonStrengths for Students Training  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Clubs and Leadership Development in the Division of Student Life, and the University of Guelph-Humber, are offering a professional development opportunity for staff curious to learn more about CliftonStrengths for Students. The intention is for staff to strengthen their understanding of the philosophy, discover more about the 34 CliftonStrengths, and receive tips and information about best practices and the benefits of using CliftonStrengths with students. Prior to training days, staff should have completed the inventory, read their “Strengths Insight Report”, and have personally reflected on their own CliftonStrengths.



TRAINING DETAILS



DAY 1: CliftonStrengths for Students - Foundations
Building on your understanding of your own Strengths, this interactive workshop will explore the 34 Strengths and deepen your understanding of the CliftonStrengths philosophy. This training will be facilitated by Strengths Educators from Clubs and Leadership Development.



Details:
Wednesday, July 25th 10:00 – 3:30 pm
OISE Rm. 2286



As a participant you will:
• Develop a deeper understanding of the CliftonStrengths philosophy and a strength-based approach
• Familiarize yourself with a variety of CliftonStrengths activities and resources
• Discover more details about the 34 CliftonStrengths and how they connect with one another
• Understand administrative details to order and distribute codes



DAY 2: CliftonStrengths for Students - In Practice
This day will support your ability to integrate CliftonStrengths into your work with students, through mini-presentations, group discussion and sharing resources. This training will be offered in conjunction with staff from the University of Guelph-Humber, and co-facilitated by Liana Acri, Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach.



Details:
Thursday, July 26th 10:00 – 3:30 pm
OISE Rm. 2286



As a participant you will:
• Discover opportunities to leverage CliftonStrengths in different contexts (academic, social, leadership, employment, etc.) including 1:1 and team environments
• Explore an equity lens of the framework
• Learn about different examples of how staff are currently using CliftonStrengths in their work with students
• Reflect on learning and create an action plan for integrating CliftonStrengths into your work



To register for one or both days, please click here.
The cost will be $20 for one day, and $40 for two. This will include materials and lunch.
                                                                                                                                                              
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to be in touch!
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Samantha



samantha.hartlen@utoronto.ca


 
Location: 
252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 3:30PM 
Organizer: 
Samantha.hartlen@utoronto.ca, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:0 - 11:0 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
LinkedIn (Online)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Curious about LinkedIn?  Learn how to incorporate social media strategies into your networking and job search! This session will offer ways to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. Must be a member of the U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees to participate. Please RSVP through the U of T Hub: https://www.tenthousandcoffees.com/hub/uoft-cafe?vip_page=universityoftoronto   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Talking to Professionals  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Networking is an opportunity for you to gather information relevant to your career interests, and establish connections with people who share your professional interests.   Learn about strategies to help make talking to professionals easier, and practice the skills needed to build meaningful professional relationships. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Exploring Meaningful Work  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Wondering about what kind of work might feel meaningful to you? This session will help you reflect on your interests, values and strengths to identify possible career possibilities. What do I like to do? What matters to me? What am I good at? What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Do you have questions about your future, or maybe aren’t absolutely sure about “what you want to do with your life”?  • Curious about a particular field of work (or someone whose job seems really cool), but not sure how to learn more? • Unsure what career opportunities are in your chosen field?  Remember, there are many ways to explore careers, and most careers evolve and unfold over time.   Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to determine your next steps in exploring your career.  No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Negotiating Job Offers (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will develop strategies for negotiating contractual details with employers for all types of positions (including faculty). We will model negotiation tactics through structured activities that will help you build this valuable workplace competency.    what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Résumé & Cover Letter  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Preparing for Exams & Managing Exam Anxiety   
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
In this interactive workshop, we will discuss anxiety and stress management techniques and will introduce students to resources that are available around campus. We will discuss and try out several techniques for reducing exam- and writing-specific anxiety (for example, freezing and blanking, writer's block, etc.). 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Career Research Resources  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Looking to learn more about a particular field or industry? This session will guide you through key research resources which can help you get the latest and most reliable online information about employers and the labour market. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Applying for Work (Masters, PhDs & Post-Docs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will learn about applications outside of academia, including how to structure an effective cover letter and translate your CVs to résumés that effectively communicate the relevance of your graduate experiences. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:0 - 11:0 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Résumé & Cover Letter  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
How to Market Your On-Campus Work Experience to Employers  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
You will develop many great competencies in your on-campus work experience; to be able to fully explain the value of your experience to future employers you need to be able to identify what competencies you developed and how you demonstrated those competencies. By the end of this session you will be able to explain how you demonstrated at least two competencies using resume accomplishment statements and the STAR interview method. Offered by: Career Centre This session is part of a series of supports for Work Study students: Check out a full list of sessions here and the Professional Development Workbook to help you get the most out of your Work Study experience. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend.u require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Linked In Lab  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Curious about LinkedIn?  Learn how to incorporate social media strategies into your networking and job search! This session will offer ways to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Job Search Motivation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to balance job searching with other commitments? • Curious about strategies for staying focused and clear-minded while job searching?  Job searching can be an exciting but challenging process of transition, but staying motivated is an important component of this process. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for staying motivated while job searching.  No registration required. Snacks provided. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Building An Online Presence (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will develop a personal brand (your research, your expertise, etc.) that you would like to represent online. We will discuss the different online platforms (websites, blogs, social media) that will help you connect with your audience.    what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Talk: More than books: Using the U of T Libraries as a Graduate Student  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


With 44 libraries at the University of Toronto, it may be overwhelming to figure out where to begin conducting research. This talk will showcase library resources and services that are of particular interest to grad students, including unique collections beyond books (e.g., archives, maps, and datasets) and how librarians can support grad students with their research process. 


 
Location: 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Finding Part-Time Work: On-Campus & Research (Online)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Did you know that you can find undergraduate research roles on the Research Catalogue? Applying for Work Study job and want to increase your chances of getting hired? This session is for you! In this session we will discuss: - what is Work Study and the Research Catalogue - how to apply - the value of part-time work for your future This Office Hour is exclusive to members of the U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees.   U of T Hub members can register for this Office Hour here. https://www.tenthousandcoffees.com/hub/uoft-cafe?vip_page=universityoftoronto   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Planning for Faculty Positions (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This small group session is for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who are currently applying for faculty positions. We will discuss your experiences on the uncertain and challenging academic labour market. what you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing (WEBINAR)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services ONLINE as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


****Please register with an active email as you will be sent information on the webinar 48 hours beforehand.  
Location: 
Online
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:0 - 11:0 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Know Your Skills  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
You are continuously developing essential and transferable skills through your academic and co-curricular experiences. This session will help you learn how to identify and articulate your skills, and feel more confident in communicating your experiences to professionals and employers. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Finding Off Campus Housing  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Are you looking for an off-campus rental unit? Do you have questions about starting your search and where to start looking? Is this your first time renting in Toronto and by yourself?

Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market and provide you with information around rental rules, tenancy agreements, inspections, and scams. The session is 45 minutes long and will provide you with tips and information on how to find safe and comfortable accommodation.


From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to secure off-campus housing rentals
- How to communicate with Landlords via email and phone
- Tips on how to avoid scams and keep your money safe
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search

***REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Own Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Interviews can be intimidating, but the key to success is being ready! This session will help you better prepare for an interview, and offer strategies to create captivating stories about your accomplishments that you can showcase to potential employers. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Practice Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
A follow up to Own Your Interview, this small group session will give you an opportunity to practice and improve your interview skills. Working with peers, you will practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. Please bring a copy of your résumé and a job description of a position that interests you. What you need to know. • Ensure you register! • Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time. • If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. • Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. • Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. f you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:30PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Navigating Academic Supports  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Learn the basic skills you need to have a great start to the school year! The University Prep Series features 3 core mini-courses covering the main topics you need to know: 1. Navigating the Academic Supports Strong students at U of T seek support- learn what supports you can use! In this mini-course you will: • Discover services like the registrar, writing centres, libraries and more that can help you succeed • Learn about useful online resources on a short virtual tour • Develop an action plan to use these resources for the academic year. All workshops take place in the Student Success Centre Seminar Room in the Koffler Student Services Centre. If you have any problems with registration, or any questions, please e-mail mail.asc@utoronto.ca, call 416-978-7970, or try our online chat tool. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Effective Learning & Study Habits  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Learn the basic skills you need to have a great