Learn in the community

Location

569 Spadina Avenue, Suite 315, 3rd Floor
By second and third year, you want to put your knowledge to work in the real world. Community Engaged Learning helps you do just that.
  • Courses with Community Engaged Learning components help you connect with local organizations while doing coursework. Your placement and course will align with your personal and academic goals.
  • Community Action Projects (CAPs) offer short- and long-term ways to connect to the community. Tutor a high school students, volunteer at a senior's home and more.
  • The Career Learning Network (CLN) lists internship and volunteer opportunities that allow you to learn through new experiences.
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