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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: 
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. An informational interview is an opportunity for you to speak with professionals in your field, and gather information relevant to your career interests. This session will help you learn strategies for engaging with professionals, such as how and who to contact, as well as what questions you might ask. 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: 
Interviewing for Work (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will learn about interviews outside of academia and how to position your graduate experiences (from teaching to research and writing) effectively to potential employers in an authentic way. Please review the resources on our website, and bring a paper or electronic copy of the handout: http://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/cc/interviews what you need to know. Ensure you register! Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Finding Work: Global Opportunities  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This group session is for all students who are interested in working globally (either on global projects or based outside of North America). We’ll discuss the benefits of global work (as well as the risks) and consider strategies to get there.   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: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2016/17. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2016/17  
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: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.


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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
APAC Career Fair - Hong Kong  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
​Registration Link: https://citi.avature.net/eventsEN 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Hiring Fest presented by Hired  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Open to all job seekers! Bring your resume and talk with hiring representatives from some of Toronto's top tech companies, including: HIRED TopHat RBC LookBook Statflo Progressa Klipfolio Bear Ogilvy TribalScale MaRS Discovery District Precima UXP Systems HireSense LoyaltyOne Hackernest TradeRev Zynga Flybits ....and more! 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Résumé Workshop  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume.  Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. what you need to know. Ensure you register! Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend. If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
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: 
Building Your Strengths: Leading with Strengths  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 

Offered by the Clubs & Leadership Development Office within Student Life, Building Your Strengths is a series of workshops encouraging you to further develop your Strengths and apply them in a variety of contexts.

The workshops available for Summer 2017 are:  
  • Strengths and Your Career – July 13 4 - 5:30 p.m.
  • Strengths and Academic Success – July 20 4 - 5:30 p.m.
  • Leading with Strengths – July 27 4 - 5:30 p.m.
  For CCR eligibility, you must attend all three workshops and complete a reflection. *If you have not yet completed the StrengthQuest© Inventory, you must take Explore Your Strengths before attending these workshops.   Eligibility
  • U of T undergraduate or graduate students from any college or faculty interested in building their strengths and developing their leadership skills.
  • All students must have taken their StrengthsQuest inventory (Explore Your Strengths or equivalent) before participating in the Build Your Strengths Program.

Register here: https://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/cld/build-strengths-registration  Please email Samantha Hartlen at samantha.hartlen@utoronto.ca if you have any questions.

 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
GoinGlobal Student Training  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
OVERVIEW  This is a 1-hour, web-based training session exclusively for students whose academic institutions are current subscribers to Going Global's career resources database services.  This event will:  + Explain the career tools and job search resources available from Going Global + Provide examples and tips for finding international company information and job & internship opportunities + Offer an opportunity for attendees to submit questions about Going Global's services 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/students-training-session-july-27-2017 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Shakespeare in High Park: Twelfth Night  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Come out to High Park to see Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night", with your fellow graduate students, under the stars. We'll meet up as a group prior to the show. Students will be emailed in advance. The show starts at 8pm.



*There is a suggested donation of pay what you can at the gate entrance to the show. 


 
Location: 
200 Parkside Dr, Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:00PM - 10:30AM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.


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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Networking Made Easy  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn about strategies to help make networking easier and practice the skills needed to build professional relationships. Networking is not about schmoozing or asking for help, but creating and fostering meaningful relationships with people who share your professional interests.  This session introduces you to strategies to help make networking easier, and enables you to practice the skills needed to build these relationships.   what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Do you have questions about your future, or maybe aren’t absolutely sure about “what you want to do with your life”? • Curious about a particular field of work (or someone whose job seems really cool), but not sure how to learn more? • Unsure what career opportunities are in your chosen field? Remember, there are many ways to explore careers, and most careers evolve and unfold over time.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to determine your next steps in exploring your career. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
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: 
Career Research Resources  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Discover tools that can help you find out more about the fields or industries that interest you. Looking to learn more about a particular field or industry? This session will guide you through key research resources which can help you get the latest and most reliable online information about employers and the labour market.   what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Dodgeball at the Athletic Centre  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Release some stress and join other graduate students for a game of dodgeball at the Athletic Centre in the Upper gym. (Special arrangements will be made to let you in for this event but bring your t-card.)



This event will be faciliated by a staff person from MoveU. 



No experience required.


 
Location: 
55 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 2W6 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:00AM - 9:00AM 
Organizer: 
Jen Pinker 946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2016/17. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2016/17  
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: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.


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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Résumé Workshop  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume. Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Do you have questions about your future, or maybe aren’t absolutely sure about “what you want to do with your life”? • Curious about a particular field of work (or someone whose job seems really cool), but not sure how to learn more? • Unsure what career opportunities are in your chosen field? Remember, there are many ways to explore careers, and most careers evolve and unfold over time.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to determine your next steps in exploring your career. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
APAC Graduate Program - Singapore  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Returning home to Singapore this summer and considering to work in Asia Pacific after you graduate? Join us to learn more about our APAC Graduate Program designed to equip you with the technical skills and individual competencies to embark upon a successful career within the BNP Paribas Group. If you are looking out for internship opportunities as you enter your penultimate year, our summer internship program would be a promising option you may wish to apply for as well. Being one of the largest international banking network, we strive to employ talented and innovative people who are aligned to our vision and culture. Be part of the Asia Pacific story.     Date:     Thursday, 3 August 2017 Time:     6.30pm– 8.30pm Venue: BNP Paribas Singapore Office Dress Code:        Business Attire Registration:      This event is open to overseas returning students graduating in 2018 and after from all areas of discipline. To register for this event, please submit your resume with subject header “Summer Search – Singapore” to apac.graduates@asia.bnpparibas.com by 23 July 2017.   Given the limited capacity available, shortlisted students will be notified by email.   We look forward to meeting with you this summer!   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:30PM - 8:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.


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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Have a specific job in mind but not sure how to get there? • Applied to job postings, but curious what other strategies are out there? There is no one way to find work, but some strategies may produce better results than others. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for job searching, and staying motivated. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
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/students-training-session-august-08-2017 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing (Online) - Rent Smart: Off-Campus Housing (Online)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Moving out of residence? Looking for an off-campus rental unit? 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.


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


Signup is required for this session, please provide a valid email address as further information about how to login to the webinar session will be provided. .  
Location: 
Online Session
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
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. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Applying for Work (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this workshop you will learn about applications outside of academia, including how to structure an effective cover letter and translate your CVs to résumés that effectively communicate the relevance of your graduate experiences. 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: 
APAC Graduate Program - Hong Kong  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Returning home to Hong Kong this summer and considering to work in Asia Pacific after you graduate? Join us to learn more about our APAC Graduate Program designed to equip you with the technical skills and individual competencies to embark upon a successful career within the BNP Paribas Group. If you are looking out for internship opportunities as you enter your penultimate year, our summer internship program would be a promising option you may wish to apply for as well. Being one of the largest international banking network, we strive to employ talented and innovative people who are aligned to our vision and culture. Be part of the Asia Pacific story.     Date:     Wednesday, 9 August 2017 Time:     6.30pm– 8.30pm Venue: BNP Paribas Hong Kong Office Dress Code:        Business Attire Registration:      This event is open to overseas returning students graduating in 2018 and after from all areas of discipline. To register for this event, please submit your resume with subject header “Summer Search – Hong Kong” to apac.graduates@asia.bnpparibas.com by 30 July 2017.   Given the limited capacity available, shortlisted students will be notified by email.     
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:30PM - 8:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2016/17. - Post-Graduation Work Permit Information session 2016/17  
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: 
Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.


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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
How to Market Your On-Campus Work Experience to Employers - Work Study Training  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
You will have developed many great competencies in your on-campus work experience; to be able to fully explain the value of your experience to future employers you need to be able to identify what competencies you developed and how you demonstrated those competencies. By the end of this session you will be able to explain how you demonstrated at least two competencies using resume accomplishment statements and the STAR interview method. This is part of the Work Study Training Program however all students are welcome to attend. 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
LinkedIn Lab  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn how to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. Curious about LinkedIn?  Learn how to incorporate social media strategies into your networking and job search! This session will offer ways to improve your LinkedIn profile to attract potential employers, establish new contacts and find out about available positions. what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Career Decision Making  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Thinking about pursuing a career in a few different fields, but not sure which is the best option? • Do you have “gut instinct” about the path you’ve always wanted to follow? Or maybe you want to pursue a career that is directly related to your degree? Most of us are passionate about many things, and although some students pursue careers directly related to their degrees, many pursue careers that are related to their interests, skills, values or experiences. We know it’s important that you choose work that you enjoy, and will find meaningful. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about how to make informed decisions, and determine your personal next steps. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
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: 
Grad Talk: Beyond Books: Using the U of T Libraries as a Grad Student  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


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


 
Location: 
66 Harbord, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Safety Abroad Workshop for Graduate Students - Safety Abroad Workshop (Grad) Room Location Change: Bahen Centre Rm.1200  
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 - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Safety Abroad Officer, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.


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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Résumé Workshop  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume. Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing (Online) - Rent Smart: Off-Campus Housing (Online)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Moving out of residence? Looking for an off-campus rental unit? 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.


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


Signup is required for this session, please provide a valid email address as further information about how to login to the webinar session will be provided. .  
Location: 
Online Session
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
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 - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Practice Your Interview  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. A follow up to Own Your Interview, this small group session will give you an opportunity to practice and improve your interview skills. Working with peers, you will practice identifying potential questions, preparing your responses and communicating your accomplishments. Please bring a copy of your résumé and a job description of a position that interests you. what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 3:30PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Future GSK Leaders Program Networking Event  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Come join us to gain information about our Future Leaders Programme (FLP). The event will include light snacks and beverages, speeches from our Leaders, FLP tesitmonials, Q&A and networking. The Future Leaders Programme suits graduates who want a career with real purpose. It’s an accelerated development programme that equips graduates with the knowledge, skills and attributes to move quickly into senior positions at GSK. Participants benefit from a rich variety of structured training, individual mentoring, and opportunities to experience different aspects of the business. From the start, our challenging rotations will help you deliver the standards of excellence that we’d expect from a future leader. Essential Programme Criteria Applicants must have completed their undergraduate degree or master's degree by September 1, 2017 and have graduated from your undergraduate degree or master’s degree within the last two years (2015-2017). To add please must register  Event registration link:  https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/gsk-14681624976   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.


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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Networking  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Looking to stay connected with a professional contact, but not sure how? • Curious about how about how networking relates with job searching? Remember, networking doesn't need to be uncomfortable – it's all about building lasting and mutually beneficial professional relationships with people who share your professional interests. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to develop a personal networking strategy. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
12th Annual Housing Fair  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Currently looking for a rental unit? Come network with landlords, and other students who are offering their unit to rent. If you have any questions you can speak with a Housing Representative who will be able to provide information, and resources around housing.


What's Happening:
- Speak with a Housing Representative
- Meet landlords and schedule viewings
- Pick up a housing tool kit resource package 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College Street, Main Floor 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Active Staff
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.


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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Grad Escape: Games Night at Bampot House of Tea & Boardgames  
Service: 
Student & Campus Community Development  
Description: 


Join your fellow graduate students for some tea, refreshments and play unlimited board games at this popular venue.


 
Location: 
201 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M6S 3V7 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
946-0148, Student & Campus Community Development , Student & Campus Community Development  
 
Event: 
Donorworx Open House  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Job Searching  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Have a specific job in mind but not sure how to get there? • Applied to job postings, but curious what other strategies are out there? There is no one way to find work, but some strategies may produce better results than others. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for job searching, and staying motivated. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
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/students-training-session-august-22-2017 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 7:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing (Online) - Rent Smart: Off-Campus Housing (Online)  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Moving out of residence? Looking for an off-campus rental unit? 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.


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


Signup is required for this session, please provide a valid email address as further information about how to login to the webinar session will be provided. .  
Location: 
Online Session
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
MERCER'S CAREER REWARDS INFORMATION SESSION  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Target student profile is:   Type of Degree; Undergrad Year of study; 4 (graduating in 2018) Program Types; Business, Math, Education, Engineering, Information Technology, Social Sciences (these would be the most relevant programs) Students need to submit a 1 page resume by August 11, 2017. These resumes will be reviewed and selected candidates will be contacted and invited to the event on August 23, 2017. Thank you     
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 8:00AM - 6:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Rent Smart: Off Campus Housing  
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.

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: 
Student Success Centre - Main Floor (RM B)
214 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Housing Services, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Career Exploration Orientation (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
This session is a condensed version of three different career exploration orientations resulting in your eligibility to participate in the following programs: Extern Job Shadowing - Connects you with professionals in a career area of your interest for a half-day to five-day job shadowing experience. Program runs three times a year (Nov., Feb., June). In the Field - A group of 15-30 visit an organization to speak with 3-5 professionals working in a variety of career areas. Visit usually includes a panel discussion, informal networking, and a tour of the organization. Informational Interview Database -   Informational interviews are interviews where YOU ask the questions to get insider advice about a particular career, company or industry you would like to explore – it is not about asking for a job. Professionals in the database have already agreed to speak with you; all you have to do is reach out to them to set up your meeting! If you would like to know more about the programs before we meet check out https://cln.utoronto.ca/myAccount/programs/program-overview.htm. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out to us at extern@mail.careers.utoronto.ca. what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Job Searching  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Have a specific job in mind but not sure how to get there? • Applied to job postings, but curious what other strategies are out there? There is no one way to find work, but some strategies may produce better results than others. Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other about strategies for job searching, and staying motivated. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Finding Work: On-Campus and Research Opportunities  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
A work search is a dynamic, often complex process.  Equip yourself with resources, tools, and strategies that will assist you in locating and pursuing an on-campus work or research opportunity. You’ll learn about and discover ways to help guide your search and build your 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 12:00PM - 2:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Step Up 2017  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


Are you a new first-year student who completed secondary school outside of Canada?  



If so, then Step Up might be for you!



Step Up is an immersive, residential, transition program which will assist you in your process of orienting to a new social and academic environment. Meet professors, fellow new and upper-year students, and staff members who will be a part of your U of T experience over the next few years. Learn how to navigate and take advantage of the many opportunities to enrich your U of T experience.



Eligibility



Step Up is open to first-year undergraduates at the St. George campus who are either international students or who did their secondary level education outside of Canada, and who will beginning studies in one of the following U of T faculties in September 2017:



Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
Faculty of Arts and Science (St. George only)
Faculty of Music
John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design



Registration



Registration is by invitation only.  If you are eligible, you will have received an invitation by email. If you believe you are eligible but did not receive an email, please contact us at the address listed below.



Please note that payment should be made only after your registration has been processed.



Dates and Details



For 2017, Step Up will run from Monday, August 28 through to Thursday, August 31, with optional social outings on Friday, September 1. 



Move-in will be on Sunday, August 27 and move-out will happen on Friday, September 1 in the morning.  Anyone moving in to a U of T residence will be granted an early move-in on Friday.



Please see the CIE website for more details about the Step Up program.



The cost for the week is $300.



Please use your JOINid/UTORid and password to log in to BookIT. Do NOT register as an external user.



 


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 9:30AM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
step.up@utoronto.ca , Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
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. An informational interview is an opportunity for you to speak with professionals in your field, and gather information relevant to your career interests. This session will help you learn strategies for engaging with professionals, such as how and who to contact, as well as what questions you might ask. 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: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Do you have questions about your future, or maybe aren’t absolutely sure about “what you want to do with your life”? • Curious about a particular field of work (or someone whose job seems really cool), but not sure how to learn more? • Unsure what career opportunities are in your chosen field? Remember, there are many ways to explore careers, and most careers evolve and unfold over time.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to determine your next steps in exploring your career. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 12:00PM - 1:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
BMO's Tech-in-the-Round Talent Night at Steam Whistle  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
BMO’s Tech-in-the-Round Talent Night at Steam Whistle   What’s this all about?
  • This event will replace our traditional technology information sessions that we host on individual campuses
  • It’s an opportunity to bring you and our business reps together in a casual and fun way
  • Most importantly, it’s an opportunity for you to experience why we’re such a great Tech employer
  Interested in attending? Be sure to RSVP by Tuesday, August 22, 2017 (visit here to secure your spot)! Closer to the event date, we will share additional information with attendees so you know where you need to go and what to expect!   Why should YOU attend? This is an amazing opportunity to meet our BMO tech reps who are passionate about tech and innovation. Just for attending, you’ll also get a sneak peek into our co-op and new grad roles BEFORE they go live the week of September 4, 2017.   Need more information? Check out additional details below!    
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Making It Work: Dialogue Presentation  
Service: 
Housing Service 
Description: 
Get advice and strategies from a professional mediator from St. Stephen's House Mediation Services. This particular session will help students understand the basics of constructive dialogue. Providing students with an insight on how to understand people's perspective.

Registration is REQUIRED as seating is limited.



 
Location: 
Student Success Centre
214 College Street, Toronto. ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
St. Stephen's House, Housing Service 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Networking to Find Meaningful Work (Masters, PhDs, & PDFs)  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
In this small group session of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows we will discuss the challenges of making and maintaining professional relationships that will lead to meaningful work in the future. what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
TELUS Pre-Approved CPA Program  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
More information: https://www.telus.com/en/on/careers/work-at-telus/students-grads/preapproved-cpa-program/ Register HERE: https://telus.taleo.net/careersection/10560/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=ROL02964-17&src=UNV-11401 
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 1:00PM - 4:30PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Résumé Workshop  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume. Learn strategies to create a more effective and captivating resume! In this interactive session, your peers will help you review and strengthen your resume. Please bring a copy of your résumé (print or digital) as well as a job posting. what you need to know. Ensure you register!     Arrive on time (or early).  Events start on time and you may be denied entry after the event start time.  If you can’t come - cancel. Please cancel your registration to allow others a chance to attend. Waitlisted students.  If there are available spaces at the event start time, waitlisted students will be able to attend on a first come, first serve basis. Bring your T-Card. Only University of Toronto students and recent graduates (within the past two years) are eligible to attend If you require disability-related accommodations for an event or workshop, please e-mail us at careercentre@mail.careers.utoronto.ca   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:00PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
Career Chat: Exploring Career Options  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
• Do you have questions about your future, or maybe aren’t absolutely sure about “what you want to do with your life”? • Curious about a particular field of work (or someone whose job seems really cool), but not sure how to learn more? • Unsure what career opportunities are in your chosen field? Remember, there are many ways to explore careers, and most careers evolve and unfold over time.  Join a small group of your peers and a Career Educator, as you learn from each other and unpack these questions to determine your next steps in exploring your career. No registration required. Snacks provided.   
Location: 
 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 4:00PM - 5:00PM 
Organizer: 
Career Centre Staff, Career Centre 
 
Event: 
And Action! - And Action! - Fall  
Service: 
Centre for Community Partnerships 
Description: 
MENTOR LOCAL YOUTH IN THE CREATION OF MEDIA! Support youth to tell diverse narratives in exploring Canada's 150th. Focus on topics like pluralism, democracy, justice while supporting the production of blogs, podcasts, film and more! 
Location: 
CCP, UTSC and Regent Park Focus
569 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Organizer: 
Centre for Community Partnerships 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
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: 
Sanford Fleming Building, Room1101
10 King's College Road, M5S 3G4 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
April Hoy, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Inbound Exchange Orientation  
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: 
Mechanical Engineering Buildling, Room 252
5 King's College Road, M5S 3G8 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 12:00PM 
Organizer: 
April Hoy, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Services Expo for International Students  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 
Get all the info you need in one place at the Services Expo for international, exchange and visiting students. Connect with a variety of service providers to get information about phone plans, banking, food options, Toronto attractions and more!

Free Event! Refreshments! Drop in! No Need to Register!  
Location: 
Centre for International Experience
33 St. George St. Toronto, ON 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00am - 3pm 
Organizer: 
Hanna Caplan, Centre for International Experience 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Graduate Students
Undergrad Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
Services Expo for International Students  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


YOU DO NOT NEED TO REGISTER OR GET A TICKET FOR THIS EVENT.



JUST DROP IN BETWEEN 11AM-3PM.



Get all the info you need in one place at the Services Expo for international, exchange and visiting students.



Connect with a variety of service providers to get information about phone plans, banking, food options, Toronto attractions and more!



Confirmed service providers to date include:



Scotiabank
CIBC Bank
RBC Bank
TD Bank
BMO Bank
U of T Bookstore (Cell phone plans)
Fido - Cell phone plans
UofT food services
U of T Housing Services
Hart House
UTSU (University of Toronto Student Union)
UTGSU (University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union)
University of Toronto Varsity Blues Athletics
Drop bike
ISX Canada (Tourism)
Heritage Toronto (Tourism)
Shoppers DrugMart


 
Location: 
33 St. George St., Toronto, ON M5S 2E3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 11:00AM - 3:00PM 
Organizer: 
Hanna Caplan, International Transition Advisor: hanna.caplan@utoronto.ca, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
CIE Orientation 2017 – Campus Services Tours  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


During CIE orientation, walking tours to campus resources are being organized.  Each tour begins at CIE and will take you to various campus locations.

Please note that this event is for new international and exchange students.

Tour groups meet at 2:30pm (and depart about 5 minutes later from CIE, 33 St. George Street).  These tours usually run for up to 70-90 minutes depending on the size of group, walking time, and questions/conversations.

The group will finish the tour at the last tour location (and will not be returning to CIE).

There will be a different tour each day exploring different locations:



• Tues. Sept. 5th: Academic Success, Career Exploration & Education, Housing, and nearby resources
• Wed. Sept. 6th: Multi-Faith Centre, Centre for Community Partnerships, and First Nations House
• Thurs. Sept. 7th: Health & Wellness Centre, Accessibility Services, and nearby resources
• Fri, Sept. 8th:  Hart House, Hart House Fitness Centre, and U of T Athletic Centre

Registration numbers are to give us an indication of approximately how many students are interested; students can also come by when the tour starts and join without pre-registration (there will most likely be space).



If you signed up but are unable to attend, please change/cancel your registration so we have an idea of numbers.


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 2:30PM - 4:00PM 
Organizer: 
elaine.munro@utoronto.ca, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
CIE Orientation 2017 - Neighbourhood Walking Tours  
Service: 
Centre for International Experience 
Description: 


This is a 90 minute walking tour (and up to 2 hours). Briefly discover some areas and resources on campus and then explore Toronto neighbourhoods near campus.

Tours begin at CIE then proceed off site with locations (tours will end off site). There will be a different tour each day exploring different locations.



Tour group meets 5pm (and departs about 5 minutes later from CIE, 33 St. George Street). The tour ends by approximately 7pm.



Areas offered on different days include:



·   Northeast area of campus plus Yorkville & Yonge (Tues. Sept. 5)



·   Southeast area of campus plus Yonge & Dundas/Baldwin Village/Downtown(Wed. Sept. 6)



·   Northwest area of campus plus Annex & Koreatown (Thurs. Sept. 7)



·   Southwest area of campus plus Chinatown & Kensington Market (Fri. Sept. 8)




Please note that this event is for new international and exchange students.



Registration numbers are to give us an indication of approximately how many students are interested; students can also come by when the tour starts and join without pre-registration (there will most likely be space).



If you signed up but are unable to attend, please change/cancel your registration so we have an idea of numbers.


 
Location: 
33 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 2E3 Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 5:00PM - 7:00PM 
Organizer: 
elaine.munro@utoronto.ca, Centre for International Experience, Centre for International Experience 
 
Event: 
Mature & Transfer Student Welcome  
Service: 
Orientation, Transition & Engagement 
Description: 
Whether you are transferring from another post-secondary institution or are continuing your educational journey after a few (or many) years, you may have questions about life at U of T. It is with this in mind that we invite new mature and transfer students to a special welcome where you can ask the questions that are pertinent to you and connect with helpful on-campus resources. 
Location: 
Main Activity Hall, Multi-Faith Centre
569 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Date & Time: 
Tuesday February 21, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00PM 
Organizer: 
Orientation, Transition & Engagement 
Registration Opens To:
Students
Registered Students
Undergrad Students
Invited Students
Full-time Students 
 
Event: 
TD Bank Information Session  
Service: 
Career Centre 
Description: 
TD is pleased to announce we will be hosting a Corporate Information Session on Tuesday, September 5, 2017 at the University of Toronto St. George Campus. This is an opportunity for you to meet our leaders, management teams and to discover the range of opportunities currently available at TD. Come join us to see how you can be a part of TD's unbeatable culture, our diverse working environment, and our amazing teams! Event Details:  Date: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 Time: 12 pm to 1:30 pm  - Corporate Information Session for all programs 2 pm to 4 pm - Open House by program type Location: Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, 105 St. George Street, Toronto (Desautels Hall, Second Floor, South Building) Map: http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/134 Attire: Business Formal Target Audience: Rotman Commerce undergraduate, Rotman MBA, MFIns, MFRMs, MFEs and Computer Science undergraduate. **Space is limited. You must be registered to attend this event**  Other event information: Open House Room Details:  Room # Desautels Hall …..TD Risk Associate program (masters), TD Quantitative Associate Rotational program (masters), TD Analytics and Data Sciences Associate programs (undergrads and masters ), TD Graduate Leadership Program (MBA) and TD Management Associate programs (undergrads)   Room #127......TD Finance & Accounting (Rotman Commerce undergrads), CPA Pre-approved (Rotman Commerce undergrads), and Marketing Associate programs (MBA)   Room #133….. TD Securities - Investment Banking Analyst (undergrads)   Room #147 …..TD Consumer Banking Associate program (Financial Advisor and Branch Manager - undergrad and masters) and TD CAMS (Credit Card and Merchant Services) Associate program (undergrads and masters)   Room #1065…..TD Technology Associate programs (Computer Science undergrads) Complete Your Candidate Profile:  #TDCampus is looking forward to seeing you at our ONETD Super Day on September 5th, 2017 from 12-4 pm. We'd love to find out more about you prior to meeting you at the event. Please follow this link and complete your profile, it takes only 2 minutes!   https://tdcampus.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/brand-4/user-16/xf-3358d87b9898/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/2/opp/10-University-of-Toronto-Rotman-Commerce-and-MBA-ONETD-Super-Day-Toronto-ON-September-5-2017/en-GB Please visit us at www.jobs.td.com/campus to learn more about our organization. We look forward to meeting you! As always, TD is proud to be in partnership with your campus career centers and we look forward to working with you throughout our recruitment season and beyond! If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us at any time. TD Bank will be at Career Information Day on Wednesday, September 20, 2017 _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dress code & Lateness: Events hosted by Rotman Commerce or Rotman MBA start on time and have a strict dress code. Do not be late or you will not be permitted to attend the event unless in business attire. Tips: