Practicum in Exceptionality in Human Learning Application Form

Application Form 2017-2018

DEADLINE:                       Monday, April 17, 2017

Course Instructor:           Dr. Stuart Kamenetsky

Exclusion:                         PSY345H5

Prerequisites:                  10.0 completed credits by Sept. 1
                                           PSY210H5/240H5
                                           1.0 additional 300+ level credit in Psychology

Personal Information

Current Programs of Study

List all programs you are currently enrolled in indicate whether there are specialist/major/minor.

Attachments to Email

The following documents must be emailed in order to have your application considered. (pdf preferred)

  1. A Résumé (first review the on-line tutorial on résumé writing at http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/careers/resume-cover-letter-toolkit).  The resume should include all work and volunteer experience in reverse chronological order starting with the present.
  2. A Statement of Interest (minimum 200 words).  The Statement should include:
    1. What career you are working towards
    2. Why you have chosen your academic programs and future career
    3. Why you would like to take this course

Documents are to be emailed to: utmpsych.utm@utoronto.ca

International Students

Should students from abroad wish to participate in a paid or unpaid Internship, Community Engaged Service Learning (CESL) courses, and/or to conduct on-campus research, it is highly recommended that the UTM International Education Centre (IEC) be contacted early on to ensure that you are applying for the proper documentation as the process differs for undergraduate and graduate students.  Please contact Cristina Puha, International Immigration Student Advisor cristina.puha@utoronto.ca to determine your eligibility.

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