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Student Voices: From 3 to 3

Hello! My name is Fernanda, and I am a fourth year English, linguistics, and classical civilizations student at the University of Toronto. Last semester, I had the privilege of being a From 3 to 3 volunteer who was in charge of reading pre selected literature to groups of Kindergarten children once a week for three… Continue reading Student Voices: From 3 to 3

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My Experiences with the CCP in First Year

Written by Vivian Ngo Thinking back, it was really exciting to start school at UofT. The beautiful campus was something that left me in awe. Exploring magnificent buildings, taking in the gorgeous outdoor spaces on campus, and that sense of freedom that comes with being in post-secondary truly was a thrill. As excited as I… Continue reading My Experiences with the CCP in First Year

Reflections

From 3 to 3 Reflection by Courtney Villeneuve

Going into a situation where you don’t know anyone is always going to be uncomfortable, so I was understandably nervous on my first day as a From 3 to 3 tutor in a junior/senior kindergarten classroom. All these children—not to mention the teacher—were expecting me to be a competent, confident leader, and share my knowledge… Continue reading From 3 to 3 Reflection by Courtney Villeneuve

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Story Time with Aneel Sampat, From 3 to 3

It has been four weeks since I began volunteering at my school’s From 3 to 3 program. I have managed to settle in quite easily thanks to the wonderful group of kids in my class. However, I did have a bit of a rough start. The first day I walked into the classroom the teacher was on… Continue reading Story Time with Aneel Sampat, From 3 to 3