Help give students first-hand experience
The University of Toronto is committed to deepening its relationships with partners in the public, private, and non-profit sectors to both enhance the student learning experience and support broader community and societal needs.
The Faculty of Arts & Science offers a unique range of programs designed to help students gain an experiential and international perspective on their studies. Collaboration with academic units and partners ensures we create relevant, meaningful opportunities that enrich the student experience and prepare students for life and career after graduation. Our goal is for every Arts & Science student to have the opportunity to participate in at least one high-quality, academically linked experiential learning opportunity prior to graduation.
We are actively seeking partnerships to develop innovative programs both locally and abroad that are designed to help students develop their skills in a variety of fields. Please contact us to learn more about these amazing opportunities.
Hire an internship student!
If you're looking to bring a student onto your team, the new Arts & Science Internship Program (ASIP) is the place to start. Launching in Fall 2021, ASIP is a structured work-integrated learning opportunity for undergraduate students. ASIP combines 12-20 months of paid full-time work experience with specialized professional development training. Eligible students join the ASIP stream of their program in the Fall term of Year 2 (Year 3 admission will begin starting Fall 2022). A full list of work term timelines can be found on the ASIP information webpage.
Current participating departments include:
- Computer Science
- Statistical Sciences
- Pharmacology & Toxicology
- Book and Media Studies
- Industrial Relations & Human Resources
To hire an ASIP student, please contact the Experiential Learning and Outreach Support (ELOS) office at email@example.com.
Curriculum-Integrated Experiential Learning
The Faculty of Arts & Science offers students a range of course-based experiential learning opportunities across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences, including organization-partnered projects, field experiences, academic internships, research-based projects, and professional work terms. We invite industry and community organizations to participate in these curricular experiential learning opportunities that are designed to both enhance student learning and advance partner priorities. Arts & Science students are culturally competent, collaborative, adaptable, creative, have strong analytical and critical thinking skills, and are eager to engage and solve problems with industry and community organizations.
To partner with us or learn more about the specific skill sets of Arts & Science students and how they can contribute to your organization through a course-based experiential learning project, please contact the Experiential Learning and Outreach Support (ELOS) team at firstname.lastname@example.org.