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 would be working with a 6th, 7th or 8th grade student from January until March for 45 minutes twice a week! While it does start at 8am, it would be an awesome way to start your day–I promise!
If working with high schoolers sounds more appealing to you, why not check out the TDSB tutors program! Especially if you love math, there is a program just for you! Registration ends November 11, so apply now to spend an awesome 2 hours a week in a high school classroom until June!
Maybe working with kids isn’t your calling, and that’s okay! Try volunteering with some of our senior programming and become a friendly visitor. You would visit at either Fudger House or Kensington Gardens for 1 to 2 hours a week. Check out Melody’s blog post on her experience as a friendly visitor here. This program has open registration, so apply when you can!
Connecting with other students and the community is an awesome way to enhance your university experience. We hope to hear from you soon!