The Centre for Community Partnerships offers a variety of workshops for students by request.
This introductory workshop demonstrates the benefits of getting involved outside of the classroom and shares resources that will allow you to find opportunities. We will also discuss common barriers to getting involved and methods to overcome them. Student facilitators will share their personal journeys in co-curricular involvement at the University of Toronto.
Working Respectfully with Communities
This workshop provides an introduction on how to respectfully engage with communities. It is geared toward students who are about to start working on a community-based project.
Reflection is a central component of community-engaged learning. This workshop will explore the meaning of reflection and why it is important, and offer exercises that allow students to find meaning in their experience.
Building Experience Through Volunteering
This workshop assists students who have volunteered or are thinking of volunteering, to reflect on their experience, how it relates to their values, how it has built their competencies, and how to translate that to a resume and help inform their job search.
Undergraduate and graduate students and alumni
Please submit your workshop request 4-6 weeks prior to the event date so we can customize our content to meet the needs of your group.
We can accommodate requests with projected attendance of 20 or more. We may be able to accommodate smaller groups based on availability and/or can advise you on how to make the best use of our in-house programs, services and resources.
You will be responsible for booking a suitable event space and promoting the event or session.
Booking & Documentation
Submit a workshop request form.