The Community Action Projects program matches U of T students with non-profit and public sector organizations to address community-identified priorities through volunteer work.
Community Action Projects is running remotely from June to August 2020.
Non-profit community organizations in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
How The Program Works
All student work must be remote/virtual. Projects can be a one-time only project or ongoing through the summer, and can range from a few hours total to many hours each week.
Projects may include research, program development and/or assessment, virtual tutoring, translation support, advocacy, social media support, friendly calls with seniors, and more!
Students will come from a range of disciplinary backgrounds. All students will participate in preparatory training on equitable and anti-oppressive approaches to community engagement before working with your organization. They will also receive ongoing support from staff at the Centre for Community Partnerships (CCP).