Ulead for Campus Clubs
Ulead is a leadership program that connects student leaders to one another, builds networks, skills and valuable knowledge about operating campus groups. Ulead activities include a one-day conference, orientation seminars, leadership workshops and networking sessions.
Ulead was created for student group leaders of U of T recognized campus groups on the St. George campus. Student societies, course unions, affiliate organizations, UTM or UTSC groups are welcome to attend, although the focus is on St. George.
How it works
Over the course of the academic year student leaders can attend a series of leadership activities including a full-day conference, orientation seminars, workshops, and networking sessions.
Participating in the Ulead Program also qualifies a group to be eligible for office space by earning Ulead Points.
To be eligible for office space, group leaders must collect a minimum of six (6) Ulead points through their participation in the Ulead program. Instructions on how to get Ulead points can be found under Club Office Space.
Also, student leaders can receive certificates for their time spent in participation for their portfolio or resume development.
Summer ULead (½ day)
Back by popular demand we are offering ULead in the summertime. It’s our regular ULead workshops but with a twist! In the summer you can attend back to back workshops and earn up to 3 ULead points per day (1 point per workshop). We have intentionally packaged these workshops so that you can build your skills as the day progresses. You have the option to sign up for the whole day or individual workshops. Please note that lunch (pizza) is included for people registered for the whole day.
The 2016 - 17 Ulead workshops will begin in September and fall under the following categories:
- Organizational Development
- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
- Membership Engagement
Ulead 2016 Conference
The Ulead Conference is a one day conference that focuses on building and developing key leadership skills while making connections with other campus leaders at the University of Toronto St. George campus and learning about resources on campus to help you and your group succeed throughout the year.