As midterms are coming to an end, some of you may be looking for a way to connect with the community that doesn't involve meeting up at Robarts! If this sounds like you, consider getting involved with some Community Action Projects! TOMORROW October 30th will be the last day to register for Youth Mentorship! You… Continue reading Registration still open for community action projects!
Click Here! to see a very cool blog post written from our friends at Student Life! Even though early polling is already open, and the 19th is getting closer by the minute, there is still time for you to get ready to vote! Check out what Student Life suggests, and remember that your voice matters!
We are still accepting applications for students interested in volunteering with youth mentorship at Portage Trail Community School! If interested, click here! Here is a reflection from Jovan Glenn*, a volunteer last year and this year's Student Project Lead. originally published March 2015 Prior to this school year I honestly had no idea what the… Continue reading Still Accepting Applications for Youth Mentorship!
By Melody Zhao* I walked up to the door, unsure but excited. It was my first day as a friendly visitor to chat with residents at the Fudger House long-term care home. Ruth, the volunteer coordinator, was so warm and welcoming that I felt at ease at once. Her friendly presence was reflected in the… Continue reading Unexpected Friends at Fudger House
With the federal election coming up in less that three weeks, U of T is abuzz with civic engagement and action. For those of who went to Hart House's 5 Buck Lunch on Monday, the endless line of tables from various political groups would have been hard to miss. At the CCP we set up… Continue reading Democracy Week and the CCP