Cloudy Day Challenge Sponsored by AWS

Date: February 10, 2020

Time: 5:00 - 7:00pm

Location: IB-235

If you are interested in participating in the Cloudy Day Challenge and want to know how you can leverage Amazon’s technology to change the world then come on out to our webinar/information session! A member of the AWS team will be delivering a seminar on how you can navigate Amazon’s platform to make your idea, get basic AWS Certifications, and get meaningful employment at AWS!

The Cloudy Day Challenge is an open call to support students at UofT in their quest to see their ideas about positive social change through technological innovation come to life! By participating in this challenge, you can win a chance to pitch a Startup idea to Amazon executives, win up to $10,000 in prizes, and win mentorship from Amazon! We will have snacks and will be giving away an Echo Dot to a lucky attendee!

Register here:  


MCSS x WISC Presents: Ceridian Recruiting Visit

Date: February 13, 2020

Time: 5:30 - 7:00pm

Location: Davis Building, UTM Room


The MCSS and WiSc will be bringing Ceridian for a campus information and recruiting session! 

They will be looking to hire 3rd-year students to fill their PEY positions, as well as 1st, 2nd and 3rd years to fill their 4-month co-op terms. Come explore this great opportunity, practice technical interviews, and chat with a diverse group of Ceridian employees ranging from new grads to senior developers. Hope to see you there! More information can be found here


The Wellness Hub

The Wellness Hub is an all-new student space on campus featuring weekly, drop-in wellness activities – brought to you by the UTM Health & Counselling Centre.

Please visit here for more information about upcoming workshops.



utmLEAD is once again open for registration! The utmLEAD program is a 6-week leadership workshop series designed to help students explore leadership and what it means to them. Feel free to check it out at

You’ll have the chance to participate in one of three cohorts: Discover Your Leadership Potential - focused on personal leadership; Make An Impact - focused on making a change in your community, or Global Justice - focused on taking leadership to a global scale.