Leadership & Involvement

Two students smiling. "Leadership & Involvement".

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There are various ways for you to get involved and develop your leadership skills! Use the quick links below to find contact information of the departments and initiatives listed.


UTM Career Centre

The Career Centre offers workshops, programs, and events that cover the foundations for your career journey: resume, cover letter, interview tips, and more! They also offer individual appointments and drop-in services for your convenience. And don't forget - you have access to the Career Centre's services up to two years after graduation!

Location: 3094, William G. Davis Building [DV]

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Centre for Student Engagement (CSE)

How are you connecting learning to life? Get in touch with the Centre for Student Engagement to discover ways to get involved inside and outside of the classroom, on campus, and in the local community! Work-study, internship and volunteer opportunities are available.

Location: Drop-In Centre - 2077, William G. Davis Building [DV]

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UTM Co-Curricular Record

The Co-Curricular Record (CCR) at the University of Toronto is designed to help students find opportunities beyond the classroom and have their skills and experiences captured on an official university document. By engaging with CCR-approved opportunities, you are able to develop your skills and gain experience!

Location: The Centre for Student Engagement oversees UTM's CCR program. Find the CSE by visiting their Drop-In Centre in room 2077, William G. Davis Building [DV].

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UTM Student Groups

Have something you are passionate about? Want to learn a new skill or find like-minded people to do activities with? Student Groups at UTM provide ways for students to build community around their interests! Visit our website to learn more about groups you can join, or how to start one of your own!

Location: The Centre for Student Engagement oversees Student Groups support. Find the CSE by visiting their Drop-In Centre in room 2077, William G. Davis Building [DV].

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Community on Campus

For over 20 years Community Living Mississauga and the University of Toronto Mississauga have worked together to provide a University experience for individuals from the community who have an intellectual disability. Community on Campus participants and UTM student volunteers participate in various social activities on campus and benefit from working together.

Location: William G. Davis Building [DV]

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Office of the Campus Council

The UTM Campus Council oversees the academic, business and student affairs of the University of Toronto Mississauga. It is comprised of 28 members - 17 members from within the internal University community, including administrative staff, teaching staff and students, and 11 members external to the University, including alumni and community members. Visit their website to learn how to get involved!

Contact information of the Assistant Secretary of the Governing Council and Secretary of the Campus Council:

Ms Cindy Ferencz Hammond


Inquiries

For additional support as well as all questions and feedback regarding the Student Guide, please email the Centre for Student Engagement at engage.utm@utoronto.ca.

Room 2077, William G. Davis Building (Find us on a map here!)