Event Calendar & Registration

If you are a member of the University of Toronto Engineering community (student, staff or faculty) and would like to have your leadership-related event posted here, please contact info.ilead@utoronto.ca with details. Thank you.

Faculty-wide Summer Program: Engineer Your Future – Program Integration, Networking, Celebration! @ WB144
Aug 3 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
PhD Career Development Workshops and Events – Professional Networking @ GB202
Aug 8 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Facilitator: Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead)

Did you know that 70-85% of all jobs are secured through informal networks? Networking is an important element to any job search. Come learn and practice the fundamentals of networking. You will leave this workshop ready to introduce yourself and leave a lasting impression at your next networking event!


Register now!

Summer Activities for Chemical Engineering Students @ Redpath Sugar Refinery
Aug 22 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Do you want to go on a field trip to an engineering organization? Do you want to know what chemical engineering looks like outside of SkuleTM? Join ILead for a tour of the Redpath Sugar Refinery. This unique opportunity will allow you access to the refinery’s facilities (which accepts 21 000 tonnes of sugar twice a month from Brazil!), and a meeting with a senior engineer.

Transportation will be provided by ILead between U of T and the Redpath Sugar Refinery. More details will follow once you have registered.

Register below by Friday August 11th!

* Please note: This opportunity is only for chemical engineering undergraduate students.

Club Leaders Roundtable @ WB215
Aug 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Are you a club leader or exec for any student run organization or team? Are you regularly thinking about how to improve things within your club? Once a month, ILead hosts a Club Leaders Roundtable that brings together a community of leaders for guided sharing of ideas, insights, strategies, and learning among each other. A great opportunity to network with other club leaders and dig into common issues that student organizations encounter. Whether it be leadership transitions, recruitment and engagement, club culture, motivating others, etc.- the Roundtable is a great resource to share and learn from your peers and ILead. Learn more here!

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