Networking

Talk to professors

Third year is a great time to make connections with faculty. Encourage your student to talk to their profs – tell them about their goals and seek their advice. Discuss assignments, course content, research opportunities, graduate school or career paths.

Join a campus organization

Build practical skills that complement their education and are valuable to employers. Participate with their course union, join a club or find a uniqueopportunity that’s right for them. Track their efforts on your Co-Curricular Record to get recognition for their work!

Co-Curricular Record

The CCR has a database of involvement opportunities that your student can filter by area of interest, skills they want to develop and more. Students record their participation on the official U of T document to help them identify and track the skills they’ve developed – it’s a great way to connect with potential employers.

Make their voice heard

Student government and advisory committees help your student get involved with U of T as they represent their classmates and learn leadership skills. Check with their college or faculty for great opportunities.

Students networking