As community we advocate for knowledge exchange and mobilization by creating learning opportunities and sharing scholarships.
Bronze Youth Friendly Designation ( L.I.F.T, ESBGC, Storefront, UTSC)
A collaborative community application, supported by research by U of T Scarborough students and community partners.
High school and undergraduate students developed community impact research on youth friendly spaces in Malvern.
The Culinaria Research Centre is a multidisciplinary initiative that blends research excellence with community engagement and student research experience.
UTSC and Storefront collaborate on initiatives mutually beneficial to the community, staff,faculty and students.
Provides opportunities for students to connect with the Indigenous Community on traditional teaching land.
- Pilot program – academic mentorship at Eastview Public School-Checking with DSL
- Southeast Scarborough Pow Wow-Checking with DSL
In partnership with TAIBU, UTSC students provided mentorship and tutor support
Outstanding volunteers deliver a wide variety of meaningful science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning experiences to local youth.
Malvern Family Resource Centre (MFRC) Farmer Learning Series
A ten week co-designed community-based workshop that exchanged skills and understanding of how to run an urban farm and grow health produce.
The conference features mentorship from women working in STEM industries, hands-on-activities, breakout sessions and talks. Almost 100 girls from the Durham, Toronto and York region school boards participated in this year’s event.
Service Learning and Outreach (SLO) is a University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) program that connects undergraduate students with discipline-related community partners.
U of T Scarborough's centre for innovation and entrepreneurship
UTSC School Pollinator Garden Program
Collaborative pollinator garden in front of William G. Davis Public School