STEPForward

Developing Expertise?

 

Developing Expertise

 

Your courses, assignments, and relationships with instructors evolve as you move further into your degree, with greater expectations for both independent learning and collaboration. STEP Forward activities connect you to academic and experiential opportunities to help you plan an upper-year experience that will build on your strengths and skills and allow you to explore exciting academic, personal and professional pathways.

 

PARTICIPATE IN AN ACTIVITY

* Backpack to Briefcase (b2B)
* Next Steps Conference
* Paths Beyond Your POSt
 

* these events are open to students from across the Faculty of Arts & Science
Anthropology – Experiential Learning: Mentoring & Workshops
Canadian Studies (University College) – Capstone Course
Centre for Ethics – Community Research Partnerships in Ethics
Computer Science – Career Mentorship Program
Computer Science – Undergraduate Research Day
Health Studies (University College) – Independent Research Courses
Human Biology & New College – Service Learning Courses
Impact Centre – IMC390: Internships in New Ventures
Impact Centre – Research Readiness
New College – Working for Change Conference
Physics Career Accelerator Program (PhysCAP)
Political Science – Advice and Workshops for Academic and Professional Life
Political Science – Association of Political Science Students (APSS) Junior Mentorship Program
St. Michael’s College – Mentor and Academic Peer Program (MAPs)
St. Michael’s College – Zine Lab
University College – Mentorship Hub
University College – Workshops on Real-World Writing Genres
Woodsworth & UofT Career Centre – Enhancing Work Study Experiences

 

EXPLORE OTHER RESOURCES AND OPPORTUNITIES

Undergraduate Research and Independent Study Opportunities

Academic Service Learning Opportunities

Mentorship Resource Centre

Dean’s Student Initiatives Fund

Undergraduate Research Fund

PEOPLE WHO CAN HELP YOU NAVIGATE THIS STAGE

The Office of the Faculty Registrar maintains a list of contacts for advising and support. These contacts include College Registrars, departmental advisors, College Deans of Students, and support offered through the UofT Office of Student Life.