Drop in on a Leadership Lab!
Make connections. Improve team projects. Get through midterms and exams. ILead’s Leadership Labs teach you these and other practical skills that you can apply at SkuleTM and beyond. Our fun and interactive workshops run throughout the year.
Come to a Club Leaders Roundtable!
Share your ideas and insights with other student club leaders through guided conversations designed to spark brilliant exchanges. Learn more!
Building a community of practice.
ILead is at the forefront of building a network of engineering leadership educators, researchers, and industry professionals. Find out more.
How do I get involved?
It’s easy! Whether you’re new to Engineering or just new to developing your leadership skills, there are many ways to get started! Find out more.
Event Calendar & Registration
Welcome to ILead
- #UofTEngineerng November Club of the Month ft @blueskysolar77's Frank Gu. Check it out! https://t.co/RNdE32JExK https://t.co/Rxq5u3c8C9 10:53:22 AM November 16, 2017
- What's the relationship between character and leadership? Come and learn with us today 4:00 pm WB215… https://t.co/xCtcwpxfjs 09:54:51 AM November 16, 2017
- RT @mgpcoe: @ILeadUofT Very glad my employer is part of iLead's Community of Practice. Edu + industry need to learn from each other to chan… 11:42:00 PM November 04, 2017
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