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. This year ILead has 10 student leaders that are developing and testing strategies for organizational development, learning from each other, interacting with ILead staff, professors, and senior leaders from the industry, and receiving 1-on-1 coaching and personal feedback.
Meet the Summer Fellows and read about the organizational change they are seeking to have through the Summer Fellowship!
Chris Choquette (EngSci 1T9) – The Game by ILead (Foodly team)
I am looking to develop the skills needed to establish an organizational structure and culture necessary for a start-up to succeed.
Raghav Goswami (ChemE 1T6 + PEY) – Engineers Without Borders U of T Chapter
Create a space for passionate U of T students to pilot self-started initiatives addressing systemic issues.
I hope to create a learning organization culture within the ChemE Car Design Team.
Milan Maljkovic (ECE 1T6 + PEY) – Engineering Society
Develop a strategy for a more effective Engineering Society that communicates opportunities to students, reduces barriers to involvement, and empowers students to take their leadership and skills development into their own hands.
Empowering students to fulfill their creative potential by introducing them to the resources and skills they need to explore programming.
Developing and building bonds with club leaders in order to work side by side to reduce apathy and increase involvement.
I want to learn organizational culture, sustainability, mindfulness, and comprehensive planning which combined with the intervals of introspection and enlightenment ensures that my organization reaches and achieves higher goals in a way that positions it for success in the future.
Paul Suk (EngSci 1T8) – You’re Next Career Network
I want to get feedback on my plans to catalyze a fundamental change in how our school community approaches student development, and learn best practices on how to execute my vision.
To strengthen UTAT’s internal sense of community and create a culture of growth, ambition, and social consciousness in support of university education and Canadian leadership in global aerospace.
Stephen Xu (EngSci 1T8) – Volunteer Engineering Experience Program (VEEP)
I am hoping to gain thoughtful feedback on VEEP operations and program design to ensure long-term sustainable impact.