Accessibility Menu Skip to main navigation Skip to Content

University of Toronto

News & Events - Student Life

-A A A+
Event Calendar Day View

Event Calendar - Event View

Event: 
Getting Back on Track Pt. 1: Managing Procrastination & Increasing Motivation  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:15PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
b2B Industry Night - Careers in Government, Public Policy, Not-for-Profit & Social Justice  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Industry Nightsmingle with alumni from industries you’re interested in joining; enjoy delicious refreshments while building your professional network. Registration: http://alumni.artsci.utoronto.ca/b2b-registration-fall-2017/ what you need to know.
  • Ensure you register!
  • Arrive on time (or early).  
  • Participation in the b2B program can be listed on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR) if you complete all three required steps.
  If you have questions about this event or require disability-related accommodations, please e-mail us at backpack@artsci.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
b2B Industry Night - Careers in STEM & Innovation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Industry Nightsmingle with alumni from industries you’re interested in joining; enjoy delicious refreshments while building your professional network. Registration: http://alumni.artsci.utoronto.ca/b2b-registration-fall-2017/ what you need to know.
  • Ensure you register!
  • Arrive on time (or early).  
  • Participation in the b2B program can be listed on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR) if you complete all three required steps.
  If you have questions about this event or require disability-related accommodations, please e-mail us at backpack@artsci.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Isaac Operations  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Recruiting Engineers and Science Students! Isaac Operations delivers increased profit through performance improvement of any manufacturing, engineering or business process. We are engineers who use our technical ability to solve problems in a broad variety of settings – from ice cream to submarines. Our people are the key to delivering amazing results – we hire people who aren’t afraid to challenge convention, who innovate and have the conviction to follow through with their ideas. Come and join us at one of our Information and Testing Sessions for food and pop and see how you could make a difference with Isaac Operations. Recruiting for 2018 and 2019 graduates, our entry level positions start at $58,000 - $68,000. Our information sessions are held on: Event Details: Date: Wednesday November 15, 2017 Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm Location: Bahen 1180 Map: http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/080  Target Audience: 3rd & 4th year, Masters and New Grads in Engineering Dress Code: Casual Registration open now  Website: http://isaacteam.com/careers/ Cancellation and 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 cancel your registration on time, you are preventing another student from attending the information. Please be respectful and responsible to your student community, the employers, and plan your events and attendance accordingly. Cancellations must take place at 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 6:30PM - 8:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Study Tips & Learning Strategies Drop-in Workshop  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Anyone interested in overcoming procrastination, managing test anxiety, optimizing your schedule, learning how to note-take, and picking up strategies for effective reading is warmly encouraged to attend! 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:30AM 
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 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Finding Full-Time Work  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Equip yourself with resources, tools, and strategies that will assist you in locating and pursuing a summer/temporary/on-campus/research job! A work search is a dynamic, often complex process.  Equip yourself with resources, tools, and strategies that will assist you in locating and pursuing a summer/temporary/on-campus/research job. Through reflection on your experiences, you’ll discover ways to help guide your search and build the capacity to convey your strengths 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 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Careers in Insurance - Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Insurance – It’s not what you think…it’s a whole lot more!   What are you looking for in a summer job, internship, or ultimately your career?      Building relationships?  Variety? Working with data?  Stability? Making decisions or solving problems? Opportunity to challenge yourself and advance?  If you answered yes to any of these, insurance might be for you!   25,000 industry professionals are expected to retire in the next 5 years.  So, there is definitely opportunity for talented, creative, and motivated people to join this vital and stable sector!   You might think that insurance is focused solely on sales. It’s not.    Insurance touches virtually everything we do and is at the forefront of game changing issues– climatic change, the sharing economy (e.g. Uber and Air BnB), cyber security,  and big data to name a few.  So, the industry needs a wide array of professionals in marketing, risk analysis, claims management, investigations, underwriting, actuarial, sales, and loss prevention…Not to mention roles in finance, data science and analytics, IT, HR, accounting, and operations to meet the needs of consumers.   Join us on November 16th from 12:00 – 2:00 pm to learn more, connect, and network with leading employers in the region. The following companies have confirmed their presence. RBC Intact Zurich Swiss Re Chubb Economical Wawanesa Allstate ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event Details Date: November 16, 2017 Time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm Location: Kruger Hall, Woodsworth College, 119 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A9 Maps: http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/038 Dress Code: Business Attire Target Audience: 2nd year - 4th year students interested in Insurance ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 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 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Start-up Job Search  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Overview of information to aid students in finding and preparing for jobs in start-ups, as well as developing strategies to research start-ups using online and subscription resources. • Identify jobs and types of work available in start-ups through research in traditional and non-traditional resources; • Search for and evaluate company information using websites, social media, subscription resources and other resources; • Build connections with people working start-ups based on the outcomes of their research. 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. Instructors Holly Inglis, Public Services Librarian, Rotman Business Information Centre. holly.inglis@rotman.utoronto.ca Therese Owusu, Coordinator, Student Success Resources, Career Centre. Registrations open: http://libcal.library.utoronto.ca/event/3433425   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
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: 
Amaris Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Amaris is an independent, international Technologies and Management Consulting Group. Created in 2007, Amaris is already established in over 50 countries and supports 500 clients worldwide throughout their projects’ lifecycle. Our expertise covers 5 areas of innovation: Business and Management, IT/IS, Telecom, Engineering and High Technologies, Biotech and Pharma. With 65 offices across the World, the Group offers proximity support to its clients in all their locations and many opportunities of international careers for employees. With an average age of 26 years old for staff members and 34 years old for consultants, Amaris benefits from an agile structure and a start-up innovative spirit.   Thus Amaris innovates both management policies, by hiring, trusting and giving responsibilities to young talents, and in technologies by internally developing its own ERP system made of more than 200 applications.   By the end of the year, Amaris will reach a turnover of 180 million euros, 3500 employees and the ability to recruit 1 new employee every 5 hours. We expect to triple our workforce within the next years and reach an international leader position in independent consulting.   We are currently looking for interns, young graduates, and senior profiles to join Amaris. Please join us on ThursdayNovember 16, 2017 at 4:30pm to meet us and learn more about Amaris, our values, and our challenging opportunities! ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event Details Date: November 16, 2017 Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm Location: Best Institute- Room 114, 112 College St, M5G 1L6 Maps:  http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/052   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:30PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
​Amaris Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Amaris is an independent, international Technologies and Management Consulting Group. Created in 2007, Amaris is already established in over 50 countries and supports 500 clients worldwide throughout their projects’ lifecycle. Our expertise covers 5 areas of innovation: Business and Management, IT/IS, Telecom, Engineering and High Technologies, Biotech and Pharma. With 65 offices across the World, the Group offers proximity support to its clients in all their locations and many opportunities of international careers for employees. With an average age of 26 years old for staff members and 34 years old for consultants, Amaris benefits from an agile structure and a start-up innovative spirit.   Thus Amaris innovates both management policies, by hiring, trusting and giving responsibilities to young talents, and in technologies by internally developing its own ERP system made of more than 200 applications.   By the end of the year, Amaris will reach a turnover of 180 million euros, 3500 employees and the ability to recruit 1 new employee every 5 hours. We expect to triple our workforce within the next years and reach an international leader position in independent consulting.   We are currently looking for interns, young graduates, and senior profiles to join Amaris. Please join us on ThursdayNovember 16, 2017 at 4:30pm to meet us and learn more about Amaris, our values, and our challenging opportunities! ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event Details Date: November 16, 2017 Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm Location: Best Institute- Room 114, 112 College St, M5G 1L6 Maps:  http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/052   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:30PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
b2B Industry Night - Careers in Arts & Culture  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Careers in arts/culture span every sector or industry and offer a variety of career options after graduation. The skills you gain from your Arts & Science degree can be transferred into many opportunities in the arts/culture field. This networking reception will be a great opportunity to make these connections and speak with multiple alumni who graduated from the Faculty of Arts & Science and have gone on to pursue a career in arts/culture, as well as with fellow U of T students who are also considering this path. Registration: http://alumni.artsci.utoronto.ca/b2b-registration-fall-2017/​ what you need to know.
  • Ensure you register!
  • Arrive on time (or early).  
  • Participation in the b2B program can be listed on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR) if you complete all three required steps.
  If you have questions about this event or require disability-related accommodations, please e-mail us at backpack@artsci.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
b2B Industry Night - Careers in Arts & Culture  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Industry Nightsmingle with alumni from industries you’re interested in joining; enjoy delicious refreshments while building your professional network. Registration: http://alumni.artsci.utoronto.ca/b2b-registration-fall-2017/​ what you need to know.
  • Ensure you register!
  • Arrive on time (or early).  
  • Participation in the b2B program can be listed on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR) if you complete all three required steps.
  If you have questions about this event or require disability-related accommodations, please e-mail us at backpack@artsci.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Bell Engineering Night  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Ever wondered how you can apply your engineering background to the central brain hub of an organization?  Join Bell's Business Intelligence (BI) team to learn more about their opportunities. Who: 3rd & 4th year U of T engineering students and Bell's BI Team What: Chatting about what Bell's BI team does When: November 16, 2017, 6-8 PM Where: EIN-STEIN (229 College Street, Toronto) Why: Learn more about Bell's BI Internship and Graduate Leadership Program Register: https://goo.gl/forms/ufEZRVD1w7Jia2cu2 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Personal Statement Blitz  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Are you applying to gradschool and want feedback on your personal statement?  Our Career Centre staff are here to help!  Join us in the Sid Smith lobby anytime between 12-4 for a 20-minute one-on-one appointment.  Please note - registration does not guarantee you a spot but it helps us determine how many staff to have available. Students will be seen on a drop-in basis (first come, first served) What you need to know. • 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 - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rambus Pop-up Booth  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Want to work for a company that influences the world. At Rambus we are proud to think big and make small. Rambus is a data driven company that makes data faster, safer and better with the creation of products from memory and interfaces to cryptography and smart sensors Rambus representatives will be coming to the University of Toronto soon! They are looking to hire PEYs for the following positions:  
  • Analog IC Characterization Engineer
  • Applications Engineer
  • Digital ASIC Design / Verification Engineer
  • Analog Physical Design Engineer
  Join their recruitment team on Monday, November 20th for treats and to learn about how you can begin your career with a cutting-edge semiconductor company   Date: November 20, 2017 Time: 9:30am  - 3:00 PM Location: Bahen Atrium Please register on the CLN: https://cln.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:30AM - 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. 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: 
KPMG - Ace the Case in-office Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 

Ace the Case

  KPMG invites you to come out to our Ace the Case information and networking session to learn more about the competition and network with KPMG professionals that have a key role in recruiting top talent for the firm! KPMG is hosting an in-office information session to talk about our upcoming Ace the Case Workshop and Competition happening on January 26th & 27th, 2018 in our KPMG Toronto office.  Ace the Case gives students the opportunity to learn how to plan, write, and debrief a case—valuable skills not only for your studies and in other case competitions, but for success in your upcoming professional career!  The competition element of Ace the Case is used to determine the team that will represent Toronto at the KPMG National Case Competition this March. All of this makes Ace the Case truly a once in a lifetime opportunity that you don’t want to miss! Ace the Case also provides a great opportunity to interact with some of our amazing KPMG people and learn what makes us one of the leading network of professional services firms.  For more information about Ace the Case, please register to attend our information session happening in our downtown Toronto office. Details are listed below.  Your Campus’ Event Details: Date: Monday, November 20th, 2017 Time: 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Location: Bay Adelaide Centre, 333 Bay Street, 46th floor, Toronto, ON, M5H2S5 Please register here to attend the information session: http://kpmgcanada.avature.net/careerscenterevent?eventId=410&source=Google&tags=atcother2017   You can find more information on Ace the Case at www.kpmg.ca/acethecase. More details will be announced at our information session! Applications open in November and close November 30th at 11:59 PM EST. Please apply online at www.kpmg.ca/careers. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you again soon! KPMG GTA Campus Recruiting Team   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:30PM - 9:00PM 
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: 
Creating a Culture of Consent CANCELLED DUE TO LOW INTEREST  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 



This one hour workshop and discussion will focus on how we can all, as a community, respond supportively to survivors of sexual violence and proactively build a culture of consent on campus. Participants will learn about the new Policy on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment, some skills for receiving disclosures supportively and get a chance to discuss prevention and culture change. The workshop will be facilitated by Meg Saxby, Coordinator of the St George Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre.




 


 
Location: 
66 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:30PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Making It Work: Drop-In Mediation - Making It Work: Drop-In Mediation  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Get advice and strategies from a professional mediator from St. Stephen's House Mediation Services for any conflict you may be experiencing (with a landlord, roommate, advisor, etc.)

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

- Skills to mediate and handle interpersonal conflict
- Help build and maintain positive relationships
- New approaches for how you communicate during conflict 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:15PM 
Organizer: 
St. Stephen's House, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Food for Thought  
Service: 
Student Life Programs 
Description: 
Join a weekly drop-in talk led by Hart House’s nutritionist, Heather Allen. Explore topics related to nutrition tailored to the student experience. Enjoy samples from food prep demos. Share your own stories and get the answers to your burning nutrition questions. 
Location: 
Reading Room, Hart House
7 Hart House Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1pm - 2pm 
Organizer: 
Hart House, Student Life Programs 
Registration Opens To:
Alumni
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
CIE Soup 'n' Social  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


Join the Centre for International Experience in this fall cultural & social event bringing together international, exchange, and domestic students.  We will be serving hot soup and other foods/refreshments as you mingle with peers and connect over conversation starters and networking activities in a warm and welcoming environment!

A great opportunity to meet new and different contacts (from diverse regions), to re-connect, as well as to share info/tips and experiences with each other at this point of the fall term.

Tues. November 21 
6pm to 7:30pm

at CIE (Baldwin Room on the main floor)
33 St. George Street

The soup and refreshments will include some vegetarian/vegan/dairy & gluten-free options (i.e. lentil soup) as well as meat but do come in the earlier part of the event when there will be greater quantity.

If you signed up but are unable to attend, please cancel/update your registration so that others can sign up and join.

If you have an accessibility requirement or special circumstance and would prefer to register for a spot in person, please let us know as soon as possible prior to the event by email: elaine.munro@utoronto.ca or by phone at: 416-946-7567.  We will do our best to accommodate you.


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 7:30PM 
Organizer: 
elaine.munro@utoronto.ca (416) 946-7567, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
Study Tips and Learning Strategies Drop-in Workshop  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Anyone interested in overcoming procrastination, managing test anxiety, optimizing your schedule, learning how to note-take, and picking up strategies for effective reading is warmly encouraged to attend! 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:30AM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
I Need To Get a Job Club (Optional Session)  
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: October 10, 17, 24, 31, November 7, 14 (optional additional sessions November 21 and 28) Location information: All sessions held at Student Success Seminar Room, 214 College St, Main Floor.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
TD Securities - Global Operations and Business Services - Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
 
Please join us on Nov 21st from 10:00am - 11:30am at Waters Lounge to learn about the exciting world of Global Operations and Business Services at TD Securities! At this event, you will have the opportunity to meet and network with professionals and learn about our upcoming 2018 Summer Associate Program. Your summer as a leadership associate will be spent working closely with a team gaining exposure to the world of operations while having the opportunity to build your leadership skills, improve processes, and network. Summer associates are given the chance to work on exciting projects, job shadow with diverse groups throughout TD Securities, and attend educational sessions learning about varied products and business areas. While working with your fellow summer cohort, you will be able to gain exposure to the business and build relationships in rewarding and enriching ways.  Date: November 21, 2017 Time: 10:00am - 11:30am Location: Waters Lounge, Woodsworth College Residence, 321 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, M5S 1S5 Target Audience: 3rd Year students in undergrad business programs only.  Dress Code: Business Attire
 
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 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 10:00AM - 11:30AM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Department of National Defence  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Date:  Tuesday, November 21, 2017 Time: 10:00am-11:30am Location:  U of T, Canadiana Building, 14 Queen's Park Cres. West, Toronto, ON M5S 3K9 Room: CG-160 RSVP via Eventbrite here   Session Description: The Policy Group at the Department of National Defence (DND) is currently conducting its 2017-2018 recruitment campaign for the Policy Officer Recruitment Programme (PORP).  The presentation will offer interested students insights into the fascinating and multi-faceted work of the Policy Group in a busy federal Department.  The presentation will also allow potential candidates to understand the importance of clear applications, covering letters and resumes, and explain the challenges associated with interviews for a position with the Federal Government.  The PORP is a three-year programme designed to recruit and develop talented individuals to meet the unique demands of the defence policy environment, and become well-rounded Public Servants. Candidates selected for a PORP position are offered an indeterminate position with the Federal Government at DND.   To apply to the PORP, candidates must be Canadian citizens and possess at least a Master’s degree in the fields of history, political science, international affairs, public administration, law, economics, sociology, or other security and defence related disciplines, with a 75% average or above in their graduate studies. Knowledge of current Canadian defence policy, as well as domestic and international security/defence issues is also essential. Candidates must be proficient in English or French.  The job posting will be posted soon on blackboard and on the PORP website.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:30AM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Food Services Career Fair  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:30AM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Fair - Food Services at University of Toronto  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Food Services at University of Toronto St George campus is looking for individuals to work casual hours in positions such as Cafeteria Workers, Cooks and Drivers. Come prepared for an on-site interview and bring your resume! Date: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2017 Time:  11:30AM - 3:00PM Location: Bahen Centre Lobby - 40 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 2E4 To register please email hruniversityoperations@utoronto.ca Students are encouraged to apply. If you require an accommodation to attend, please contact the organizers at the e-mail above.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:30AM - 3:00PM 
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 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: 
Goldman Sachs (Technology) Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
At Goldman Sachs, we build software and leverage applied mathematics to solve a variety of problems across the financial services industry. Cameron Brien and David Ziegler will speak about some of the challenges faced across electronic trading and derivatives automation in the firm’s Equities Division. Cameron is a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs and leads the Equity Derivatives Engineering team for the Americas. Previously, he focused on Equities Electronic Trading. He holds BSE in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University.   David holds a MS in  Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University. He will speak about how Goldman Sachs is leveraging open-source technologies to create efficient data analytics pipelines ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event Details: Date: November 21, 2017 Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm Location: Bahen Centre for Information Technology, BA 1170, 40 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 2E4 Map: http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/080 Dress Code: Business Casual Target Audience: Graduating Science, Technology, Engineering and Math students (Bachelor’s Master’s or PhD level) N/B: PLEASE SHOW UP ON TIME AS SPACES ARE LIMITED FOR THIS EVENT. IF YOU SIGNED UP AND SHOW UP A LITTLE LATE, STUDENTS WHO DIDNT SIGN UP BUT SHOWED UP WILL HAVE PRIORITY ENTRANCE. THANK YOU  ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 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 7:00PM - 9:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2017/18. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2017/18  
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: 
Cumberland House (Room 102)
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
International Immigration Student Advisor, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Learn to Connect and Network with Professionals  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn about strategies to help make talking to professionals easier, and practice the skills needed to build meaningful relationships. To join the U of T Hub, visit uoft.me/tenthousandcoffees This is a Ten Thousand Coffees Office Hour (webinar), register here: https://www.tenthousandcoffees.com/hub/uoft-cafe/opportunity/learn-to-connect-and-network-with-professionals 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
IKEA Job Fair  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Open Job Fair On Site at 3275 Argentia Rd, Mississauga ON, L5N0G1, Canada on November 22 2017 between 1pm and 8pm. This Job Fair is open to all interested applicants for the Warehouse Co-worker position. Full time and part time positions are open. Interviews will be conducted when you come. Interested applicants are welcome to drop by any time between 1:00 pm and 8:00pm. For more information visit: www.ikea.ca/careers Details for the Warehouse Co-worker position can be found on CLN by viewing Job ID 110082 and Job ID 110084. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Do you want your career to make an impact? Join representatives from the Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) on Nov 22nd at 2:30 in the Koffler Centre, 214 College Street, Room 150, Student Success Centre. As of September 21st, 2017 the PBO was confirmed as an official officer of Parliament and they are expanding their team and hiring the best economical and financial minds in Canada over the coming 24 months. The Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) published the Fiscal Sustainability Report 2017 and for the first time, this report included the fiscal sustainability of each individual province in Canada.  In response to this report as well as recent reports on the legalization of cannabis and a national Pharmacare program, the team made up of Senior Analysts, and Junior Analysts, will be traveling across Canada presenting their findings and speaking about new career opportunities at the Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer. If you are a senior undergraduate student, MA/PhD student, or alumni and interested in working at with the Parliamentary Budget Officer, please come to the Nov 22nd information session at 2:30 – 3:30 in the Koffler Centre, 214 College Street, Room 150, Student Success Centre. As these positions are located in the federal government, preference is given to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents. Date: Wednesday, November 22, 2017 Time: 2:30-3:30 PM Location: Koffler Centre, 214 College Street, Student Success Centre, Room 150 (by the Second Cup) Register: On CLN The Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer provides independent, authoritative and non-partisan financial and economic analysis. In doing so, the PBO supports parliamentarians in carrying out their constitutional roles of scrutinizing the raising and spending of public monies and generally overseeing the government’s activities. The PBO is supported by a dynamic team of highly specialized advisors, analysts and research assistants. We are currently searching for candidates who have an interest to support our work at the Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer. Our ideal candidates demonstrate the following knowledge criteria:
  • Research and Analysis (related to fiscal policy)
  • Knowledge of financial and/or quantitative analysis methodologies
  • Knowledge of sector expense forecasting
  • Knowledge of sector revenue forecasting, including tax and non-tax sources
  • Knowledge of the Parliament of Canada Act and the Financial Administration Act, as well as the estimates process and Treasury Board policies and guidelines relating to the stewardship of public funds
  • Knowledge of the Government of Canada’s Fiscal Framework, Estimates and Public Accounts
To be considered for upcoming positions, you must have (or in the process of completing):   A graduate degree in economics, finance, statistics/mathematics or other field with a similar emphasis in quantitative methods and modeling from a recognized university (Economic/Financial Advisor-Analyst) A degree in economics, finance or statistics/mathematics from a recognized university  (Economic/Financial Advisor) Please click this YouTube link for a short video about our recruitment efforts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCCHET8MRWg   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:30PM - 3:30PM 
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: 
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 4:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Canadian Tire Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Embracing and driving change is critical to Canadian Tire’s success. The complexity and rate at which the retail industry is transforming has increased exponentially in recent years and we are committed to being a leader in the industry. As such we are relentlessly focused on innovating at every level of our business, investing in new technologies and doubling down on the best talent to drive the company forward. It is an especially exciting time to join Canadian Tire.   The Customer Insights and Analytics Group at Canadian Tire delivers customer-focused analytical solutions and insights that enable lasting and meaningful customer relationships. We are a diverse and dynamic team of analysts, data scientists, developers, and consumer researchers united by a common goal – placing the customer at the center of every business decision. We utilize the latest data technologies and advanced analytical techniques to demystify shopper behaviour and embed those insights deep within the fabric of the business. Genuinely passionate about the transformative power of customer data and our role as the “voice” of our customers, we relentlessly push the boundaries of data analytics to ensure we understand our customers better than anyone else and deliver the experiences that will earn their continued loyalty. Our work is redefining the Canadian Tire shopping experience and is a key pillar in our mission to become the most innovative retailer in the world. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event Details: Date: November 22, 2017 Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm Location: CC Lounge – Rotman MBA Building – 105 St. George St., Toronto, ON, M5S  3E6 Map: http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/134 Dress Code: Business Attire Target Audience: Summer Internship Seekers (all programs) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 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 5:00PM - 6:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Getting Back on Track Pt. 2: Building on Your Learning Strengths & Skills  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:15PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
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: 
Banting Institute, Room 131
100 College Street Toronto, ON, Canada M5G 1L5 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
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: 
Grad Escape: Get Crafty: Making Watercolour Bookmarks  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Experiment with watercolour paints while creating these beautiful bookmarks! Learn simple watercolour techniques to make beautiful images, no matter what your skill level. Join the Get Crafty team at Hart House for a night of friendly relaxing in a creative, community environment. We provide everything, just bring yourself!



 


 
Location: 
jfjdkf, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:00PM - 9:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
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: 
Employment Chat: Specialisterne Canada  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
If you identify as a person on the autism spectrum, join Accessibility Services and Career Exploration & Education to find out more about job application processes and what supports are available to you.  This workshop will include:
  • an overview of Specialisterne Canada
  • neurodiversity & employment
  • the application process
  • overview of positios available
  • opportunity to ask any questions
RSVP to Rouya Botlani at rouya.botlani.esfahani@utoronto.ca or meet us there.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
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 3:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
The Entrepreneurship Hatchery - Speaker Series  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Anthony Lacavera founded Globalive in 1998 and serves as Chairman. Anthony also founded and was CEO of WIND Mobile, which he sold for USD$1.3 billion after it grew to become Canada’s fourth largest wireless carrier. A serial entrepreneur, he started his first business out of university with a small business loan from the Royal Bank of Canada. As a venture capitalist, Anthony has a significant stake in dozens of startups in Canada as well as the United States. As a mentor and investor, he is heavily involved in various accelerators and incubators in Toronto. Anthony has done business in more than thirty countries, ranging from producing plays on Broadway to raising almost CAD$2 billion in private capital. He is a regular television commentator and speaker on artificial intelligence, entrepreneurship and the telecommunications industry. He was educated at the University of Toronto. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 4:30PM 
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: 
Deloitte Women in Technology Summit  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Deloitte Women in Technology Summit
  We’re thrilled to invite you to our upcoming Deloitte Canada Toronto Women in Technology Summit! This is your exclusive chance to get the inside scoop on what working in technology at Deloitte is all about! You’ll join other amazing women studying in technology-related fields where you’ll learn more about the firm and available opportunities. During the event, you’ll also get the chance to hear from some of our senior leaders in technology and enhance your networking skills. Event Details: Date: Thursday November 23, 2017 Time: 5:00 – 8:00 PM Location: Toronto Office - details will be shared in a confirmation email after registration Requirement: RSVP if you are a female student in an engineering, computer science, technology management, ERP/SAP or digital program looking to learn more about careers within Technology! RSVP Reserve your spot by Sunday November 19 at 11:59 PM EST by registering at http://bit.ly/2AukqJ2  Spaces are limited.  Looking forward to seeing you there! Deloitte www.deloitte.ca/campus                                                                        
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Exchange Students: Fall Farewell Reception - Fall Farewell Reception  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
An end-of-term casual celebration & farewell reception for fall term (only) exchange students. Please note: This event is NOT open to exchange students who are here for the full academic year - only those who will be departing U of T in December, 2017. EXCEPTION: All students from SciencesPo are invited, given the special partnership between the Munk School and SciencesPo. Space is limited. Registration is required. 
Location: 
Campbell Conference Room, Munk School
1 Devonshire Place, Toronto, Ontario 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Practice Interviews with Employers  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Sign up for the opportunity to practice your interview skills with professionals from companies that hire at U of T! By joining this event, you will participate in a 15 minute practice interview, followed by a brief feedback session. Our experienced interviewers will  give you constructive and valuable feedback on how to improve your interview sills, which will leave you feeling confident and ready for the real thing. Practice interview slots are limited so sign up today! Companies:
  • Huawei
  • University Health Network (UHN)
  • Ontario Power Generation
  • Sun Life Financial
Event Details: Friday, November 24, 2017 Time slots are available between 1:00pm and 3:00pm. Cancellations will not be accepted 24 hours prior to the event. We will run a waitlist. For a spot on the waitlist, please email Silvana Mello s.mellodasilva@utoronto.ca    Location: Student Success Centre (Room 150) Koffler Student Services Centre at 214 College Street Arrive 5-10 minutes before their actual interview time. Please check in at the front desk and wait in the employer waiting area (basement level)   Dress code: Business Casual (optional)   How to sign up for an interview:
  1. Click "Book Mock Interview Now" button below and toggle to "Mock Interviews"
  2. Select the company you would like to practice your interview with and select the time slot *We ask that students only sign up for one practice interview time slot*

Book Mock Interview Now

Follow-Up Interview Chat. To make it more of your learning experience, students will have the opportunity to chat with a Career Centre staff after the Practice Interview session to debrief their experience   Interview Structure: Interviews are booked 20 minutes apart: (15 min interview + 5 min of feedback). We ask that students only sign up for one practice interview time slot. If there are any cancellations on the day of the event, students may sign up for a second practice interview.                   Note: Students are highly encourage to attend the Workshop “Own Your Interview” Nov 23, 2017 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM as a preparation beforehand.     Cancellation & Waitlist Note:  Our events 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 by emailing Silvana Mello da Silva s.mellodasilva@utoronto.ca       
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Finding Research & Internship Opportunities  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
First in the Family Peer – Mentor Program, Career Exploration & Education, and Community of Support Program, MD Program, Faculty of Medicine invite you to “Finding Research & Internship Opportunities" Free food & beverages provided   Learn about the "Research Opportunity Program" and working hands-on for course credit. Career Exploration & Education rolls out the co-curricular "Research Catalogue" and other resources. Community of Support Program, MD Program will talk about supports they provide including paid summer research roles.
  • Discover research and internship opportunities offered by different departments, all streams;
  • Network with research faculty, staff, and students;
  • Learn about application processes and recruitment criteria.
Register at be http://uoft.me/firstfamilyfridays beginning Monday, November 20th.  Have questions about this event? Contact Ophelia Au (ophelia.au@mail.utoronto.ca), Senior First in the Family Mentor.  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
CAUFP Finance Youth Summit: Invitation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Event Details: Date: Saturday, November 25th, 2017 Registration: 8:15 - 9:00 AM Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Location: Ivey Tangerine Leadership Centre inside First Canadian Place Address: 130 King Street West, Toronto, ON MSX 1A9 Food and Refreshments will be provided Goodies you can expect: 1. $250 worth of prizes 2. Opportunity to meet with recruiters for a future job 3. Opportunity to win a $500 Scholarship Eligibility: Participants must be a visible minority student in high school or university Application Process: Applications should be completed online at https://www.caufp.ca/youthsummit/  Deadline for Submission: Wednesday November 22, 2017 at 5:00 PM Note from employer: We will offer acceptance to the Youth Summit on a rolling basis so it is best to submit your application prior to Wednesday, November 22nd. Applicants will be notified via email about the status of their application by Thursday, November 23, 2017   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 8:15AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Cooking Class at Loblaws Cooking school  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Come to this interactive cooking class where you will be involved in making parts of the menu!



A 3 course vegetarian menu will be served as well as non-alcoholic beverages.



Please email if you have any food restrictions: jennifer.pinker@utoronto.ca



 



Menu:



Roasted Harissa carrot salad with Greek yogurt, pistachios and arugula 



Roasted butter but squash served on top of lemon and garlic stewed lentils with pine nuts, basil and pomegranate 



Black cherry and chocolate chia seed pudding 


 
Location: 
60 Carlton St, 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: 
Connection Event - The Boston Consulting Group  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:30PM - 8:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Making It Work: How to Communicate/Listen when in Conflict  
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 of communication. Providing students with techniques, tips, and information on how to listen and communicate when people are in conflict.

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

- Skills to listen effectively
- 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: 
I Need To Get a Job Club (Optional Session)  
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: October 10, 17, 24, 31, November 7, 14 (optional additional sessions November 21 and 28) Location information: All sessions held at Student Success Seminar Room, 214 College St, Main Floor.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
What's Your Story? Alumni Panel & Networking Event  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
As part of the final session of the “Job Club”, we have the opportunity to hear from U of T alumni who will be sharing their experiences with us in a panel. We will have a panel where students can ask questions and afterwards have time to network with each of these professionals - please come prepared with some questions! Who is participating in the panel:
Name Job title Company LinkedIn URL U of T program & completion date
Ian Ritchie Marketing & Business Development manager MicroGreens https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-j-ritchie-23498448/ Rotman MBA, 2015
Rebecca Dreezer Software Developer Shopify https://www.linkedin.com/in/rebecca-friedman/ MScAC program, 2013
Savo Lazic Scientific Associate Ontario Institute for Cancer Research https://ca.linkedin.com/in/savo-lazic-8637154 PhD in Molecular Genetics, 2014
Curt Jaimungal Director indiefilmTO http://indiefilmto.com/ Mathematics and Physics specialist, 2013
Linh Nguyen Communications, Social Media and Public Relations Coordinator Starlight Children's Foundation Canada https://www.linkedin.com/in/tolinhsnguyen/ Major in English and minors in Creative Expression & Society and Writing & Rhetoric, 2017
  Given the diversity of individuals and their experience coming to speak to us, this is a great opportunity to hear their story and network with these professionals. You encouraged to share with friends too! Because of limited space, numbers are limited. Please email Diana Kudla Byers at diana.kudlabyers@utoronto.ca with any questions or dietary restrictions. Important note: Refreshments will be provided. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:30AM - 12:30PM 
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: 
Postdoctoral Fellows: Networking with North American Industries  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this small group session of postdoctoral fellows we will discuss your experiences making connections outside of academia – either for research collaboration or future employment. 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: 
Personal Statements  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn about key components to incorporate into a successful personal statement, as well as reviewing and recieving feedback. Most graduate programs require that you create a personal statement or letter of intent to communicate your intentions and interests for applying to the program. This session will first introduce key components to incorporate into a successful personal statement.  The second half of the session will involve reviewing and providing feedback on each other’s personal statements – so please bring a copy of yours! 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 - 4:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Careers at the World Bank Group  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
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: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2017/18. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2017/18  
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: 
Cumberland House (Room 102)
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
International Immigration Student Advisor, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Medical School Interview Preparation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Discuss and develop strategies for the various types of Medical School interviews to feel more confident and prepared. Preparing for a Medical School interview?  In a small group setting, we’ll discuss and develop strategies for the various types of interviews so that you feel prepared and confident. 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: 
Virual ADC Workshop - The Boston Consulting Group  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Preparing for Exams & Managing Exam Anxiety  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:15PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Intel Information Session for PhD Candidates and Graduates Only  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Intel Information Session for Grad Students & PhDs Intel is Hiring!!!! Please Stop by and See Us to Discuss Job Opportunities When: Wed Nov 29th, 7:30 PM Where: Bahen Centre for Technology, 40 St. George Street, Room 1210 Intel Talk: Leading at the Edge Intel has been leading the pursuit of Moore’s Law for its entire existence. We have continuously advanced silicon technology and moved the capabilities of the industry forward. Today, the unmatched scope and scale of our investments in R&D and manufacturing ensure Intel continues to maintain industry leadership and drive innovation to provide our customers and consumers with leading-edge products in high volume. Join Dr Mark Abel as he talks about the Research and Development of the enhancement of silicon process technology and how these advancements have and continue to deliver High Volume Manufacturing Years ahead of our competition. Dr Mark Abel completed his PhD in chemistry at U.C. Berkeley in 2010 where he developed optical techniques to study the ultrafast dynamics of atoms and electrons. He then briefly joined the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society as a researcher, using electric fields to trap, guide, and cool neutral molecules. In 2012 Mark joined Intel’s Portland Technology Development organization as a yield engineer and today he drives solutions for inline defect detection for both process development and high-volume manufacturing. Intel is Actively Seeking/Hiring Full Time Grad Students and PhD's in: Elec Eng, Computer Eng, Mat Sci ,Device Physics, Mechanical Eng, Chemistry, Chemical Eng, Optics, Computer Science ***Food will be served*** Jobs Intel is Hiring For: JR0001424 Device and Integration Development Engineer JR0039184 Sr Pre-Silicon Quality and Reliability Eng JR0037829 PTD Module Engineer JR0039298 Wireless Architecture and Design Research Scientist JR0038097 TD Product Development Engineer JR0041861 data Center Engineer JR0028881 PTD Module and Integration Engineer JR0041861 Research Scientest JR0038029 PTD Module Engineers JR0042177 Vertical Logic Design Engineer JR0038037 PTD Module and Device Interation Engineer JR0038109 Accelerator Architecture Research Scientist JR0038089 D1C Module and Yield Engineer JR0042510 Linux Kernel Graphics SW Developer JR0038229 Module Engineer JR0034875 Senior Linux Storage Software Engineer JR0038030 Process Engineer JR0042712 Performance Architect JR0038803 Microcontamination Engineer JR0001681 Interconnect Integration Development Engineer JR0035681 Product Engineer JR0037922 Web Runtime Compiler Engineer JR0039829 LTD Sort Product Engineer JR0039191 Manufacturing Eng JR0040939 Logic and Technology Development Engineers JR0035546 Process Engineer JR0040317 Device Reliability Lab Engineer 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:30PM - 9:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Tel Aviv University Information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
A representative from the Canadian Friends of Tel Aviv University will be present to give a short presentation and answer any questions you may have about studying in Tel Aviv! 
Location: 
Cumberland House - Cumberland room
33 St George Street 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
CIE Funding Workshop - International Experience Awards  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Student Information session to learn about the various funding sources available to support students who are thinking about the CIE international student exchange programs. 
Location: 
Cumberland House - Cumberland room
33 St. George Street, Toronto ON Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited 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: 
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! 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. 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: 
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 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: 
Enactus Connects  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Join us for an exclusive, hybrid networking event where we bring together innovative local startups, top corporate representatives and diverse students for an evening of cross collaboration.   Save your spot by registering on Yapsody or sign up for free on the Rotman portal. November 30, 2017 Kruger hall, 119 St. George Street 6:00-8:30 PM - Registration opens at 5:30 PM 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Making Gingerbread Houses  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Join us at the Loblaws Cooking School to decorate your own gingerbread house. You will be provided with the pre-assembled house, royal icing, and all the candies, and you have a blast decorating. When your masterpieces complete, we‘ll wrap it in cellophane ready for you to take home to display! The Pc Cooking school is located on the second floor of the maple leaf Gardens store, next to the JOE fresh and LCBO. We will have an informal contest for best house with a prize! No outside food allowed in the class.



Cost: $10 per gingerbread house. If you are bringing your family and only decorating one house together, you only need to purchase one ticket.
 


 
Location: 
60 Carlton Street Toronto, Ont, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 7:30PM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Navigating Career Decisions  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Build strategies for decision-making and action-planning using helpful career concepts and tools. 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 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
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 1:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Talk: 5 Ways to Wellbeing as a Graduate Student  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


 




Coping with the rigor of your academic curriculum, living up to expectations, and adapting to a new environment can be exhausting!  Investing in being happy, healthy and well provides a foundation for achieving balance and sustaining success in your academic, professional, and personal lives.  This session on self-care explores what it means to feel good and function well as a graduate student.  Drawing on recent evidence from the study of wellbeing, you’ll be introduced a cluster of activities that promote resiliency and prevent burn-out so you can be at your best. Pizza will be available. Presented by the Healthy Grads team.



 


 
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: 
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 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: 
Student Life Professionals' Retreat  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


This form is for staff who have already registered for the 2017 Student Life Professionals’ Retreat and are processing their retreat payment via credit card. If you are interested in attending this year’s retreat and have not registered, please email Manjot Bining at manjot.bining@utoronto.ca


 
Location: 
7 Hart House Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:30AM - 3:30PM 
Organizer: 
Manjot Bining manjot.bining@utoronto.ca, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Co-op Work Permit Information Session. - Co-op work permit information session  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you an international student who is required to complete an internship to graduate?
Join us to learn about the co-op work permit which allows international students to complete their internship requirement. The session will cover:
- Eligibility criteria for the co-op work permit.
- Conditions related to internships/co-ops.
- Required documents and forms.
- Creating an account with Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
- Submitting an online application.

Please note that this will be a hands-on workshop and we will cover the basics of preparing an online application. Participants should bring a laptop that is internet connected with a functioning browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
 
Location: 
Cumberland House
33 St.George Street, Toronto, ON  
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Immigration Advisor, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
QES Holiday Social!  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


QE Scholars,



Please come and enjoy some snacks and good cheer! We'll meet in the Baldwin Room at the CIE, from about 5 pm to 7 pm on Wednesday, December 6, 2017. 



Please book a ticket here (at no charge, of cousre), so that I know how much food to order!



Aziza


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
Aziza Virani aziza.virani@utoronto.ca 416.978.8774, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
CareerClass | LinkedIn Strategy with George Meunz, Senior Career Coach at CareerJoy  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Join us on your lunch for a free webinar about LinkedIn Strategy led by one of our Senior Coaches, George Muenz.  The world of work has never been more competitive and yet, more interesting. You may be looking for the next step in your career and wondering how to best leverage LinkedIn in the world of work. How can you utilize this tool to advance your internal and external brand and career? Start a discussion or share something with the group. If you’re looking for the next step in your career and wondering how LinkedIn fits into your strategy, join Geroge Muenz as he leads you through this interactive webinar on managing your network online. Register to join the webinar You will learn how to:
  • move from a selling mindset to a marketing mindset
  • use LinkedIn when working with recruiters
  • focus your job search efforts to maximize your time and energy
  • target decision makers within organizations
George Muenz has over 20 years as a Career Coach and Human Resources professional working with a very diverse clientele ranging from students to international CEOs. His also has extensive experience leading teams in the military, pursuing entrepreneurial endeavours, and recruiting in the High Technology field. He has worked with clients such as IBM, Telus, Motorola, and Price Waterhouse Coopers. George helps clients be clear and confident about their value proposition. In his personal time George is an avid road cyclist and voracious reader.  

Other upcoming CareerClass webinars: CareerClass | Get the Right Career Right Now! | Learn.Grow.Succeed! Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - 12:00pm-1:00pm Register to join > CareerClass | Career Confusion? Ask Alan – Find Clarity & Take Control. Wednesday, January 3, 2018 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm Register to join > 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Introduction to User Experience (For Students)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
The Introduction to UX workshop introduces key concepts in UX and usability testing, how UX can be used to improve digital services and space in organizations, and popular UX research tools. Registration: http://libcal.library.utoronto.ca/event/3438862 After the workshop, participants have the option of touring the new UX Lab<http://uoft.me/uxlab> in Robarts Library.   For more information please contact:   Serina Shi Lab Coordinator  | UX Lab University of Toronto Libraries | Information Technology Services serina.shi@mail.utoronto.ca<mailto:serina.shi@mail.utoronto.ca> | 416-770-1358   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
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: 
Staying Resilient and Managing Stress through End of Term  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:15PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop for Undergraduate Students  
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, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Safety Abroad Advisor, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Mini-Rent Smart: Moving Out/Subletting  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Interested in learning more about subletting/moving out without having to spend an hour learning about these topics? Come join Housing Services as we go through the essentials of subletting/moving out in half the time!

From this workshop, you'll gain:

- Information about how to move out correctly
- A better understanding of subletting your rental unit
- Resources

 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:30PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
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: 
Medical School Interview Preparation  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Discuss and develop strategies for the various types of Medical School interviews to feel more confident and prepared. Preparing for a Medical School interview?  In a small group setting, we’ll discuss and develop strategies for the various types of interviews so that you feel prepared and confident. 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: 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: 
Career Planning for Faculty Positions (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: 
Safety Abroad Workshop for Graduate Students - Safety Abroad Workshop (Grad)  
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 - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Safety Abroad Officer, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Applying online for a study permit, work permit or visa.  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Do you want to apply Online for a Study Permit/Work Permit/Visa?
The Immigration Advisor at the Center for International Experience will be giving an information session which will cover:
- Navigating the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website: www.cic.gc.ca
- Creating an account with IRCC.
- Completing the online Eligibility Questionnaire.
- Completing and validating the required forms.
- Uploading the required documents to the application Page.
- Making an online payment and submitting your application.
- Replying to immigration officers' requests.
 
Location: 
Cumberland House
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Immigration Advisor, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited 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 4:30PM - 6:30PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Applying online for a study permit, work permit or visa.  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Do you want to apply Online for a Study Permit/Work Permit/Visa?
The Immigration Advisor at the Center for International Experience will be giving an information session which will cover:
- Navigating the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website: www.cic.gc.ca
- Creating an account with IRCC.
- Completing the online Eligibility Questionnaire.
- Completing and validating the required forms.
- Uploading the required documents to the application Page.
- Making an online payment and submitting your application.
- Replying to immigration officers' requests.
 
Location: 
Cumberland House
33 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
Immigration Advisor, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
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 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Safety Abroad Officer, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
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 3:00PM - 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 11:00AM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Happy Holidays  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
The University of Toronto is closed from Thursday, December 21, 2017 to Tuesday, January 2, 2018 inclusive 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 11:55PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Happy Holidays  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
The University of Toronto is closed from Thursday, December 21, 2017 to Tuesday, January 2, 2018 inclusive 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 11:55PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Winter Break Drop In  
Service: 
Health & Wellness 
Description: 
All Welcome!
Details: Cozy up by the fire for board games, hot chocolate, crafts and community at Hart House’s Winter Break Drop-in.

When: Fri., Dec. 22, 3-7 pm / Wed., Dec. 27, 1-5 pm / Fri., Dec. 29, 3-7 pm
Cost: Free 
Location: 
East Common Room, Hart House
7 Hart House Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3pm - 7pm 
Organizer: 
HealthyUofT, Health & Wellness 
Registration Opens To:
Alumni
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Winter Break Drop In  
Service: 
Health & Wellness 
Description: 
All Welcome!
Details: Cozy up by the fire for board games, hot chocolate, crafts and community at Hart House's Winter Break Drop-in. 
Location: 
East Common Room, Hart House
7 Hart House Cir, Toronto, ON M5S 3H3 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1pm - 5pm 
Organizer: 
HealthyUofT, Health & Wellness 
Registration Opens To:
Alumni
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Winter Break Drop In  
Service: 
Health & Wellness 
Description: 
All Welcome!
Details: Cozy up by the fire for board games, hot chocolate, crafts and community at Hart House's Winter Break Drop-in. 
Location: 
East Common Room, Hart House
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3pm - 7pm 
Organizer: 
Hart House, Health & Wellness 
Registration Opens To:
Alumni
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Active Faculty
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Winter Information Sessions  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


Go Global with the QES (Queen Elizabeth Scholarship)!




Are you searchnig for a paid Summer Internship? Do you want to gain experience in areas related to social impact and social innovation? Come and find out more about the 2017 Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Program  (QES Program) opportunities!



The QES program  is a great opportunity to complete an internship abroad and gain international work experience in a commonwealth country. Internships are with various organizations, including universities and NGOs, that focus on social impact, literacy, scientific research, education, or Indigenous advocacy.



Available programs:



Inclusive Innovation for Development
Enhancing Health and Science Education
Literacy and Indigenous Language Education



TRINITY: Immunology and Sustainable Partnership
TRINITY: Establishing Right Relations



UPDATE: THE DEADLINE FOR TRINITY PROGRAMS IS DECEMBER 31, 2017



Please see here for details: http://www.trinity.utoronto.ca/prospective/scholarships-financial-aid/qetwoschoarships.html#




Internship locations are worldwide, including Australia, Kenya, Rwanda, India, Belize, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the UK.



Scholars receive 7,000$ toward a summer internship.



Applications for Summer 2018 are due December 31, 2017 for Trinity Programs, and February 02, 2018 for other programs.



We have several information sessions this Fall and next Winter. All will be held at the Centre for International Experience:



Fall Dates:



October 3, 2017 6pm to 7 pm



October 11, 2017 5 pm to 6 pm



October 24, 2017 6 pm to 7 pm



November 8, 2017 5 pm to 6 pm



November 14, 2017 5 pm to 6 pm



November 29, 2017 5 pm to 6 pm



December 5, 2017 6 pm to 7 pm



 



Winter Dates:



January 9, 2018 5 pm to 6 pm



January 16, 2018 5 pm to 6 pm



January 18, 2018 5 pm to 6 pm



January 22, 2018 5 pm to 6 pm



January 23, 2018 5 pm to 6 pm



Please reserve your space via BookIt!



For more information, visit uoftme/QES.



Questions? Concerns? Please contact Aziza Virani at aziza.virani@utoronto.ca.



If you cannot attend an information session, please contact Aziza to set up an in-person meeting that suits your schedule. Thank you!


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 9:00AM 
Organizer: 
Aziza Virani Centre for International Experience 416.978.8774 Aziza.virani@utoronto.ca, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
Inbound Exchange 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 essential information you need in order to have a fun and successful exchange experience. This is a mandatory Orientation session for all incoming exchange students. You only have to attend one session.  
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:30PM 
Organizer: 
Haruna Murota, Denise Bentum, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Social Insurance Number Clinic ~ Service Canada - January 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 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, Rm 101, 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: 
Inbound Exchange 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 essential information you need in order to have a fun and successful exchange experience. This is a mandatory Orientation session for all incoming exchange students. You only have to attend one of three sessions.  
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:30PM 
Organizer: 
Haruna Murota, Denise Bentum, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop for MD Students  
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: 
Medical Sciences Building MSB, MSB 3154/HSC 140
1 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 16:0 - 18:0 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
I'm Graduating, What's Next?  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Discuss post-graduation options to help you create your next steps for exploring your future life. 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: 
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 - 1:30PM 
Organizer: 
Megan McIntosh, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Inbound Exchange Welcome Social  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Are you a new exchange student at U of T during 2018 winter term? CIE is hosting a welcome social for new exchange students. Come meet fellow students! Pizzas and snacks will be provided.

This event is open to new inbound exchange students who are starting in January only. 
Location: 
KP208, Main Activity Hall, Koffler House
569 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Grad Writing Group Mondays 10-12:30 pm  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
A writing space for grad students Are you a graduate student determined to write and defend your dissertation before your funding package expires? Do you find it difficult to maintain a consistent writing schedule? Would you like to commit to writing regularly? Join a community of peers who share your experience and can help keep you accountable.  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 12:30PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Job Search and the Labour Market (Masters, PhDs & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop we will overview reliable sources of labour market information specific to graduate students. You will reflect on your career desires and assets, and develop a plan to explore and search for opportunities that match your desires and assets. 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 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
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, 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 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
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 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
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: 
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 FAQs  Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?  STUDENTS -- Contact your Career Services office for additional information and venue details.  STAFF & FACULTY -- Contact trainingsessions@goinglobal.com with any questions about technical requirements and recommended faciltiies set up for attending the training session.  Is my registration/ticket transferrable?  Your ticket and registration information is unique to you and it may not be transferred or shared with anyone else. If you know of another student who is interested in attending this event, share the registration link with them so they can get their own ticket.  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-alumni/ 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Inbound Exchange 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 essential information you need in order to have a fun and successful exchange experience. This is a mandatory Orientation session for all incoming exchange students. You only have to attend one of three sessions.  
Location: 
Cumberland Room, CIE
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 2:30PM 
Organizer: 
Denise Bentum, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Don Hiring Information Session  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
The Don Hiring Information Session is an opportunity for students to receive information about the Don role, and application and hiring process. Students will have the opportunity to meet representatives from different divisions and be able to chat and ask questions they may have about the role and hiring process.  
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Don Committee , Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing - Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing Seminar  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Moving out of residence? Looking for an off-campus rental unit for the first time? Have questions about rental rules and regulations, tenancy agreements, inspections, and what resources to use to find a suitable accommodation? Come join Housing Services as we help you navigate the Toronto rental market, and provide you with information and tips on how to find accommodation that will make you and your wallet happy.

From this workshop, you will gain:

- Skills to develop an action plan to help you find housing
- A basic understanding of your rights as a tenant
- Insight on what landlords are looking for in a tenant
- A tool kit to help get you started on your housing search 
Location: 
Innis College Residence: Event Room
111 St George St, Toronto, ON M5S 2E8 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00PM - 10:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Hudson's Bay Company - Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
HBC will be on campus to talk about Full-Time Graduate and Summer Internship roles. If you are interested in careers in retail across all corporate functions, this information and networking session is for you. The Summer Internship Program is designed to provide current second and third year university students with direct work experience in a specific field and department and learn about HBC and our culture.  Internship opportunities are available across the company in various departments such as:
  • Buying/ Planning
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Store Planning and Design
  • Profit Improvement & Procurement
  • Global Sourcing, Marketing
  • Store Operations
  • Digital Ecommerce
  • Change Management
The Merchant Development Program is available to students graduating in 2018 and is designed to train and develop individuals to oversee the execution of product based on corporate vision and direction from our Merchant team.  ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Event Details Date: January 10, 2018 Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm Location: Rotman Commerce Community Room - 252 Bloor St. W. - 4th Floor - Room 4-492  Map: http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/123  Dress Code: Business attire Target Audience:  Business / commerce Students  and students in all programs interested in Retail (udent must be between 2n year and 4th year)   ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 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 11:30AM - 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: 
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: 
Intro to effective learning and study habits  
Service: 
ASC 
Description: 
Get your year off to a good start and learn the basics of being a successful student at U of T. In this workshop, we discuss the difference between high school and university learning, and discuss effective study strategies, such as active reading, note-taking & review that can help you succeed in university studies. We will also discuss resources that you can access that can help you throughout your university career.  
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:15PM - 6:45PM 
Organizer: 
ASC Staff, ASC 
 
Event: 
Mercer - Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
ABOUT MERCER At Mercer, we make a difference in the lives of more than 110 million people every day by advancing their health, wealth and