The Centre for Community Partnerships offers workshops by request! We look forward to working with students, staff and faculty across campus to facilitate workshops and deliver presentations.

We ask that you submit your request 4-6 weeks prior to the requested dates so we can schedule and 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. Requesting groups will be responsible for booking a suitable event space and promoting the event or session.

To request a workshop, please read the workshop descriptions and fill out the request form.

The Centre for Community Partnerships offers a variety of workshops to support students in their co-curricular activities:

Get Involved (50 mins)

This introductory workshop aims to provide students with knowledge of both the benefits of choosing to get involved outside of the classroom, and resources that will allow them to better find available opportunities. There will also be discussion and acknowledgement of common barriers to getting involved that students experience, and methods to tackle these barriers. Student facilitators will share their own personal journeys in extracurricular involvement at the University of Toronto.

Working Respectfully With Communities (90 mins)

This workshop is geared toward students who are about to begin work with a community, and aims to provide an introduction towards how best to engage with communities on a foundation of respect.

Reflection (50 mins)

A central part of community engaged learning is the reflection component. This workshop will lead students through the meaning of reflection, why it is important, as well as reflective exercises to allow students to better draw meaning from their experience.

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