The BRIDGE as a start-up incubator, a library, and research lab, is here to help you succeed. We offer a range of events, workshops, library collections, and open tools for you to explore and engage.
Students from the across University of Toronto community can access a variety of resources at The BRIDGE, including:
- Workshops and Events: many of our events are open to students in all disciplines, including special speakers, film screenings, competitions, coding workshops and online hangouts.
- Library Collections: access our physical and online collections.
- Research Resources: Specialized databases that support research, teaching and learning in Management. Students who are not currently taking any courses in the Management Department can access all resources listed, with the exception of those databases tagged as The BRIDGE Lab Resources.
- Data Tools: Tools, software and educational resources to support data discovery, research, course assignments or startup.
- Library Research Skills: Learn how to leverage U of T Libraries and identify the best sources for your research assignment.
- Research Help: Book a consultation with a member of The BRIDGE team.
- Entrepreneurship Resources and Support: Start your entrepreneurship journey with The BRIDGE’s New Venture Program open learning series and explore basic business principles to help perfect your business plans and pitches.
- New Venture Program and NVP Library Guide: Explore industry and market research resources required to assist in the creation of a business plan and prepare for the launch of a new venture.
- Workstudy and Co-op Positions: We value our student staff team, and their input and work is central to our operation. Students are hired to work for the length of an academic term for both co-op and work study positions. Our project work covers many academic areas, so students from all disciplines are welcome to apply.
- Spaces and Technology: access study space and technology, such as phone chargers and specialized math calculators.
- Work-Integrated Learning: Gain valuable experience through practical application of academic theory in fields relevant to your desired job field.