Community-Engaged Learning opportunities situate student development within public contexts in a way that is beneficial both to students and the community groups they serve.
ideas for the world
A unique, co-curricular program at Victoria College that blends social interaction, academic reflection, and community awareness (locally and globally). Consists of 8-10 weekly, seminar-style discussions led by selected U of T faculty and guest speakers. Learn more
centre for community partnerships
Learn about Community Action Projects, Alternative Reading Week, and other ways to embed your learning within a community. Learn more
Faculty of arts and science courses
Ant480Y: archeology and heritage in the public sphere
A service-learning (or volunteering) component provides hands-on experience with issues confronting the heritage field .
cdn435y1: active citizenship in a canadian context
Examines the experiences of citizenship in various communities in Canada. A service learning component allows students to engage in active citizenship.
cri390h1: topics in criminology and sociolegal studies
Explores emerging issues in Criminology and their socio, legal, ethical, and political implications.
Rlg426h1: Religion in the public sphere service-learning internship
A 40-hour community service placement intended to help students gain a first-hand understanding of religion's significance in Toronto, its publics and its institutions.
SDS456Y1: Special topics in sexual diversity (engaging our communities)
Topics vary according to year and instructor; intended to expose SDS students to topics they may not have encountered in other courses.