Community Action Projects at the University of Toronto Scarborough connect students to one and/or two term engagement opportunities within the Scarborough community.
Participating in a Community Action Project is a great way for UTSC students to learn, apply academic learning, take action for social change, and develop both professionally and personally, while being an active participant in the community and society.
For 2019-2020, we are collaborating with a number of organizations that involve UTSC students tutoring and mentoring youth after school on weekends - including East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club, Frontier College, Visions of Science, and TAIBU Community Health Centre.
Are you interested in participating in a Community Action Project? Your first step is to complete the Volunteer Program intake form.
Questions? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto Program is a great way to provide elementary school students with the support they need.
The East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club welcomes UTSC student volunteers to support two of its after-school programs.
The Visions of Science Program aims to advance the educational achievements of marginalized and under-represented youth.
Frontier College runs excellent and effective programming to improve literacy in communities across Canada, from coast to coast to coast.