Community Action Projects at the University of Toronto Scarborough connect students to long-term (4-8 months) engagement opportunities within the Scarborough community. Participating in a Community Action Project is a great way to learn about working collaboratively in communities, and gain valuable hands-on experience in a field that may be of interest to you.
Once a week UTSC students mentor children and youth in the TAIBU L.E.A.R.N. Academic Support Program.
Twice a week UTSC students mentor children and youth in the Rogers Raising the Grade Program.
Every Saturday UTSC students help to facilitate a science club located in a Toronto Community Housing building in the Kingston-Galloway community.
For one hour a week during the school year UTSC students take on the role as In-School Mentors with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto.