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The OPTIONS Program
OPTIONS = Opportunities for PhDs: Transitions, Industry Options, Networking, and Skills
The OPTIONS Program is an initiative by the Vice-Dean, Graduate Studies and the Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead) to support PhD students and post-doctoral fellows who wish to explore career options.
Learn more here: http://uoft.me/theoptionsprogram
Do you know what types of careers might excite you? Join us at this session where we will use a design mindset to help you understand what activities in school and life make you engaged and bring your energy, and how those activities connect to potential future careers. You will walk away with next steps that will help you design your life after graduate school.
Pizza will be served!
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 Skule? Join ALChemE and ILead for a tour of the Redpath Sugar Refinery. This unique opportunity will allow you to visit the refinery’s facilities (which accepts 21 000 tonnes of sugar twice a month from Brazil!), and meet chemical engineers now working at Redpath.
Transportation will be provided by ALChemE and ILead between U of T and the Redpath Sugar Refinery. More details will follow once you have registered.
Learn more about ALChemE here.
* Please note: This opportunity is only for chemical engineering undergraduate students.
The Summer Fellowship is a 15-week program for highly engaged engineering students who want to grow the impact of their student organization and themselves as leaders. Applications for this program are now closed.
The Summer Fellowship is a 16-week program for highly engaged engineering students who want to grow the impact of their student organization and themselves as leaders. Fellows applied to the program to tackle organizational leadership challenges, which are summarized here. Over the course of the summer, fellows learned about organizational culture, values, planning and change management, at the same time as they assembled their executive teams and developed their plans. Now they poised to put that learning into action for the year ahead.
This open event is to showcase the learning and growth of the Fellows, and to connect their efforts up to the wider U of T engineering ecosystem. Each of the 9 fellows from 2018 will give a short (5 minute) presentation on their learning to date and plans for applying that in their organization, followed by questions.
If you have any questions about the event, or the program, please email them to Mike Klassen (email@example.com).