The Community Action Groups (CAGs) program brings students together to build their own project that contributes to social justice. Facilitated by a student group leader, each group of 8-10 students will have six weeks to create, develop and share their projects.
In weekly meetings, each group will also discuss topics including asset-based community development, social justice, access and anti-oppressive practice. Students will be eligible to earn CCR recognition for successfully completing this program.
This program will resume in winter 2021.
If you have questions about the program, or if you require accessibility-related accommodation(s), please contact Leneque Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program EligibilityAll undergraduate and graduate U of T students
How The Program Works
- Register on CLNx using the “Experiential Learning” module.
- Attend a mandatory orientation. Register under PROGRAM ACTIVITIES & SCHEDULE.
- Select your group.
- Attend group meetings and create your project.
- Attend a reflection session, where you can meet students in other groups, present your project, learn from the experiences of others and think more deeply about your experience. Reflection sessions are TBA.
If you wish to earn CCR recognition, you must attend an orientation, participate in your group and attend at least one reflection session or complete at least one written reflection assignment.